ISIMANGALISO WETLAND PARK The country’s now third-largest protected area in St Lucia includes Lake St Lucia and spans 280 km of coastline, a natural ensemble of lakes, swamp forest, ancient coastal dunes, and an estuarine system, with World Heritage status. KRUGER One [...]
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For responsible people across the world, there are few things as pressing as the need to be responsible when it comes to tourism; tourism represents one of the biggest hopes and threats to some of the most stunning places across the world. [...]
Holiday better with these tips from our inside guides and thorough accommodation inspections. 1. Plettenberg Bay Plettenberg Bay has been especially blessed, with coastline, forest, river, and farmland creating a delightful playground for all ages. On the surface, Plett may appear fancy [...]
Taking your first solo trip can be scary and overwhelming. Having someone to travel with you feels like a safety net, so when you decide to go on your own, that safety net disappears. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Here’s [...]
Pretoria hikers have many opportunities for weekend-long hiking experiences as most hiking trails have great accommodation nearby. HENNOPS HIKING & MTB TRAIL Hennops is an excellent opportunity for new hiker or hikers wanting to introduce their children to the outdoor activity. Only [...]
There’s nothing we travelers love more than a good packing tip. Once learned, a DIY travel hack (like rolling an entire outfit into a tiny ball) can change the way you pack forever. Nobody knows more about efficient packing than people who travel for a living. HuffPost asked a [...]
By Robert Caputo, From Photography Field Guide: Travel Each place we visit has its own particular look, character, and ambiance. If we want photographs of our travels to be good and lasting, they should capture all of these qualities, and say as [...]
Having trouble with your 2018 bucket list? These unusual adventures across South Africa are sure to inspire. 1. A new way up Lions Head Cost: From R400 for a half day, secretadventurer.co.za Where? Cape Town From a cave nicknamed Sally’s, we could see mountain [...]
Travelling with children can be a bit like taking a herd of wild goats on holiday. Whether they’re your own or someone else’s, factoring a child’s needs into your travels involves a lot more than sticking on a CD full of pop [...]
In South Africa we’ve come up with more practical, unique ways of describing certain foods. These words not only confuse the heck out of foreigners, but they make us feel all warm and fuzzy inside too. And this is especially true when [...]