November 2018 issue is out!

Posted on 15 October 2018

Our November issue is out and features 12 perfectly placed beach campsites; a guide to exploring the Bitou and Keurbooms rivers on a kayaking ‘camino’; navigating Hong Kong; a 5000-kilometre road trip in Zimbabwe and much more!


India & Nepal

Photographer Sam Reinders immerses herself in the day-to-day life.


Beach camping

Step from your tent onto the shore at these 12 perfectly placed sites.


Plettenberg Bay

Matthew Sterne explores the Bitou and Keurbooms rivers on a kayaking ‘camino’.


Hong Kong

Narina Exelby navigates her way through this mind-boggling city.



On a 5000-kilometre road trip, Nick Sadleir measures up the new-era Zim.



Ed’s letter

It’s been 100 years since the end of WW I. Justin Fox pays his respects.


Meet this month’s adventurers and experts.

Travelling tales

What did Darrel Bristow-Bovey find on one of the world’s craziest roads?


Our favourite letters and messages this month.



Wish you were here

In Flanders fields…

First Look

An unfenced tented camp in Hwange National Park.


There’s a buzz in Berea.


Bikepacking in the Overberg.


Meet the nudibranchs.


A countryside tapas brunch, plus sweet treats.


Four top events this month.

Tech culture

Step inside the world of virtual travel.




Get focused on capturing watersport action.


Five spectacular images out of Africa by our readers.


Road trip

Botswana without a 4×4

Melanie van Zyl sees how far a sedan can take her on safari.


Smoking meat

Add another dimension to your braaiing.


The Final Cut

Cradle of Humankind

There’s more than just fossils here… find safari-style stays and romance.



Bikepacking kit

Best gear for a cycle tour.

The good read

Kingsley Holgate

His early years in Zululand that sparked a lifetime of adventure.


Insider’s Guide


Why Nick Dall always ends up back in this Boland town.



Win Cape Getaways

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