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Table of contents
What conservation photographer Peter Chadwick sees in fields of flowers.
This province is so big we had to send two Getaway writers to cover it. Here are their top finds.
Ever dreamt of cycling along paradise beaches? We tried out a new tour.
Lesson 1: book a getaway that ups your skills while still spoiling you. We’ve got four suggestions.
It’s a great place for women to travel. Join three friends on a road trip around this extreme island.
Keep learning new things, says Sonya Schoeman, as she ticks off another first: canoeing in Khayelitsha.
Meet this month’s adventurers and experts.
Sure, GPS will take you places, just not always to the right places, says Darrel Bristow-Bovey.
Your thoughts and views, plus our latest winners.
Wish you were here
Where elephants swim.
New beginnings for a trio of lions, and one of SA’s best-value safaris.
Music, myth and history collide in a local line-up of shows not to be missed.
A wonderful waterproof day pack.
Four top events this month.
New tastes in Robertson, plus espresso wherever you want it.
An unassuming street has become Joburg’s Keyes Art Mile
There’s a reason we grew legs and walked out of the sea, writes Tyson Jopson.
How to capture the world in a drop of water.
Five spectacular images out of Africa by our readers.
Nairobi to Jozi
An epic journey through six countries, past Great Rift Valley lakes.
Master the potjie
Two recipes you’ll love, plus follow these tips and you’ll cook it to perfection.
Travel with eco cred
Nine brilliant things to pack, from toiletries to socks.
Camping lanterns with extra features, like music.
You may say ‘where?’ We say go there now to enjoy real community spirit.
Win great prizes for your best images, including a trip for two to Botswana.
West Coast Flowers
Win one of three Namaqua flower-season glamping trips with Chiefs Tented Camp worth R14 800 each