Determined to see the Great Karoo, I struck out into the vast nothing with a good friend, a tent and some pesto we bought in Ceres.
Blog posts: Travel stories
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.
A brother pays tribute to his sister the best way he knows how: he puts her ashes in a pouch and takes her on an epic road trip through the Northern Cape on the motorbike that she left him.
“How Far From Home” is a creative expedition undertaken by a couple who decided to quit their jobs and spend a year travelling. In doing so, they hope to escape their comfort zones and divest themselves of routine life and material objects. Instead they will be collecting memories.
On St Helena, one of Earth’s most isolated inhabited islands, jaw-dropping landscapes, fascinating natural history and contemporary politics paint a picture of our planet in miniature.
Destiny? Our columnist Darrel Bristow-Bovey discovers a strange version of it on the Eastern and Oriental Express.
At Canyon Roadhouse 15 km from Namibia’s famous Fish River Canyon, make a pit stop to discover a funky world of old cars and droll signs.
Follow internationally renowned street artist, Falko as he road-trips around SA, painting the dorpies as he goes.