A summer escape into the country is mandatory when school – or work – lets out and we just found the best places in the Western Cape that offer the ultimate hideout.
It seems that South African’s take the easy route quite often, booking their trips away at the last minute. Here are the places they plan to go this December.
Summer means different things to different people, although using some classic local criteria we’ve picked some spots that would suit us just fine.
Everyone deserves some down time spent on the coast, days spent unwinding and breathing in fresh ocean air. How about these gems then?
Going on a Safari in South Africa is the only way to experience nature in our glorious country – so we chose five places that you should definitely try out.
Summer in South Africa is a lovely time of year, although as half of the world’s population descends on Cape Town it pays to get out of town now and again.
You have to play out of your boots to impress our friends over in the US, and it looks like this local resort has done rather well for themselves.
Planning a family getaway can be a daunting experience, although if you look around there are spots that tick every box you’re after.
LEGO could probably be the greatest part of life – and what’s better is when you’re an adult and you still get to hang out with the little guys.
You want to ask your partner something special? Or maybe you just need a time out with the one you love. Here are a few romantic getaways we think you could really enjoy.
So what do you good people of Gauteng do in your down time to escape the hustle and bustle? You should be checking out these places for a start.
Sheesh, imagine a place where the water was warm enough to swim without feeling your toes curl up seconds after entering. Yep, KZN has it good.
SafariNow has been celebrating their eCommerce victory and is so honoured, they have given you the chance to win a R200 voucher if you sign up to their newsletter now.
Pack your bags, start the engine and get out and explore this beautiful part of the country we call home. No need to spend the big bucks doing it either.
As we look ahead to (what we hope for your sakes) is a long weekend, it’s worth taking a look at some top notch spots to call home for a few days.
Hammering in tent poles as the last of the day’s light fades isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. That’s why glamping has become a firm favourite around these parts.
Sometimes it takes a well-edited video to remind us that it’s worth hopping in the car for the weekend and exploring the natural beauty that lies so close to home.
If you’ve never experienced the simple joy of owning a pet you might wonder why you would take them on holiday with you. The rest of us know better but it isn’t always easy.
We know we’re kind of blessed down here in this neck of the woods with some breathtaking beauty. It would almost be rude not to take a photo in front of that glorious setting now wouldn’t it?
The Mick Fanning attack in Jeffreys Bay has once again highlighted how close those of us who enjoy our waters come with sharks. So what beaches have the most history?
We know you want every last detail to be perfect, it is your special day after all. The perfect way to set the wheels in motion is to nail the venue, after that the rest will fall into place.
Don’t run and tell our president (I don’t think we could foot the bill for the improvements) but his Nkandla fire prevention tool isn’t even close to the top of the pile. Here are some real gems
Everyone deserves a weekend away from time to time but sometimes the purse strings won’t allow it. We’ve done some snooping and found six deals that are too good to miss.
What’s better than a lekker weekend away with friends and family? A FREE weekend away of course, and it became a whole lot easier to make that happen.
Animal lovers in China are set for an all new experience as plans are under way to develop a virtual reality zoo. It looks like this has made PETA rather happy.