From the beauty of the Olifant’s River to the steaming natural hot baths, Citrusdal is a treat. Here’s what to do on your next visit to this little farming town.
Blog posts: Destinations
From the Garden Route to Antarctica, Citrusdal to Malawi, we’ve covered most of Africa’s awesome travel destinations (and a few more to boot).
Writer Pippa de Bruyn and Photographer Teagan Cunniffe explore De Hoop Nature Reserve in the October 2015 issue of Getaway Magazine.
All public campsites in Botswana’s national parks are run by private operators, and visitors are required to book camping accommodation separately from park entrance and conservation fees. Here’s how you do it.
In 2013 a 500-kilometre finger of land stretching from Namibia to the corner Zimbabwe, Botswana and Zambia was named the Zambezi Region. Formerly known as the Caprivi, this odd strip of land is home to four rivers and at the right time of year, a befuddling amount of elephant.
Looking for a great place to stay on the Garden Route? Try Sedgefield – quieter and more relaxed than nearby Knysna, with direct access to a beautiful, pristine beach.
Stellenbosch has a solid reputation for vino and I recently discovered that she’s also got soul. Here are images of her pretty town and a space filled with ubuntu – Kayamandi – to tempt your wanderlust.
In need of a break and a change of scenery, Ishay Govender-Ypma and her husband packed the car and headed for the Panorama Route on a simple quest: explore, unwind and recharge.
With a face fit only for a forest, the googly-eyed moose wins no prizes for charm. The Gaspésie Peninsula, however, is a place of infinite beauty with an abundance of options for the active.
Vuyi Qubeka visited Swaziland expecting poverty and boiling resentment for its king. But what she found is something quite different and very surprising. Photographs by Teagan Cunniffe.
Wakkerstroom is a village with no traffic lights for at least 30 kilometres in any direction. And that’s the way the locals like it. Here’s our guide to what to see and do in Wakkerstroom.