With the morning sun rising over Durban’s golden shores, I hit the N3 heading inland in search of the smaller, two-wheel-drive-friendly nature escapes that slip through most itineraries.
Blog posts: Wildlife
As a challenge, we sent online editor Kati Auld to the coal face of one of tourism’s biggest battles: saving the rhino. Here’s what happened when she spent three days shadowing the rhino’s protectors.
At the foot of the Lebombo mountains, just south of Swaziland, lies a destination that not only resembles Zimbabwe’s Lake Kariba, but also rivals it in terms of activities and accommodation. Villiers Steyn and Tabby Mittins soaked up the sun on Lake Jozini.
A look at why houseboat trips on Kariba can be the most relaxing and unforgettable experience.
The barn swallows are summer chasers and during our Southern Hemisphere summertime we found them swooping in the sunset skies over the marshlands just north of Durban.
The Bahananwa tribe live below the dramatic Blouberg mountain in Limpopo. Jacques Marais and his family get into nature’s rhythm at the African Ivory Route camp within their tribal grazing lands on the edge of Blouberg Nature Reserve.
Take a look at what it would be like to be chased by a great white shark.
Justin Fox sets off to discover some of KZN’s best smaller parks for the December issue of Getaway Magazine – and Teagan Cunniffe follows in his footsteps.
The Okavango Delta is a World Heritage Site; a maze of waterways and floodplains that is celebrated for its value as a unique ecosystem, sustaining an unmatched variety of bird, animal, and plant life in Botswana. If you’re not checking the trees for some of Africa’s most colourful bird species… you ought to be!
Villiers Steyn and Tabby Mittins have been to Kruger National Park more than 50 times. This time they had a theory to test: does the ultimate route go from south to north?