Many people pass Stanford in favour of the bigger towns like Hermanus and Gansbaai, but they’re missing out on the best of the Overberg. Here’s why.
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).
Southern charm in Muizenberg: we explored the glamorous past and trendy present of the Southern Peninsula in our May issue.
Glentana is the first choice holiday destination when George and Oudtshoorn locals go beach-walking. This is why. By Jazz Kuschke.
At first glance, there’s nothing to do in Elands Bay except surf and eat crayfish. Yet the same family caravans return to the beachfront campsite each summer. Clearly, doing very little is part of the appeal in this sleepy coastal town.
Nikki Werner returns to Berlin after a 7-year absence and finds a confident, colourful and culturally diverse capital where a sense of history doesn’t mean historical baggage, and food and fun abound.
A temperate climate, deep historical roots and a well developed tourist infrastructure make Mossel Bay far more than just the gateway to the Garden Route.
Skip the seasonal sun seekers and veneered beaches. Hidden among East Africa’s popular postcard islands is a place where things work a little differently.
In the April issue of Getaway, Melanie van Zyl discovers down-to-earth locals and foul-mouthed amusement in the birders’ paradise of Wakkerstroom, and loves every minute of it.
After spending some time at Spier wine farm, I noticed an array of activities suited for families. Here are a few ideas for family-friendly things to do at Spier.
Seven reasons why Harare is not a place to get bored. From art and wildlife to sports and leisure, take a look at the range of ways to keep busy next time you find yourself in the capital of Zimbabwe.