We’ve got fantastic suggestions (if we must say so ourselves ) for the ideal getaway at this time of the year. Take a trip to one of these amazing ‘hidden’ holiday destinations (some of them are so splendid in size and sighting that they’re hard to hide). As you gear up for the end of yet another 3-6-5, we’d love for you to embrace a little holiday breather. And why not make your way to one of these weird and wondrous lesser-visited South African spots?
HIT THE BEACH As we head into the last few months of the year and with the weather on the brink of change, you may find yourself in a pickle when it comes to planning your next holiday during this awkward change-of-the-seasons type weather! Well, the answer is simple, all you need to do is…… Continue reading BEACH, BUSH OR BERG?
Despite its diminutive size, Mpumalanga packs a powerful punch when it comes to scenery, incredible sights and unique activities. Journey with us as we discover the delights of the ‘land where the sun rises’. The Kruger National Park is one the world’s best bastions of wildlife sightings, take a guided game drive from one of…… Continue reading Explore God’s Country
The area between Heidelberg in the west to the Tsitsikamma Forest and Storms River in the east, is one of the world’s most impressive drives through sprawling wetlands, forested mountains and vast white-sand beaches. It is the site of many adventure activities, cultural experiences and culinary delights – perfect for a restful or energetic break…… Continue reading Do the Garden Route Amble
Knysna is a perfectly understated, friendly Garden Route gem to visit when travelling throughout this lush, evergreen region of South Africa. Though relatively small, Knysna has plenty of its own character and charm, and whether you prefer to blend in with the locals or tick items off the touristy bucket list, here is a list…… Continue reading Knysna Kuier
The North-West province of South Africa is one of astounding beauty – packed with plenty of outdoor activities to discover. The Magaliesberg range is the second oldest mountain range in the world, and as such, many of the outdoor activities in the North-West province have become centred on exploring this stunning region of the country.…… Continue reading Explore The Great Outdoors
Flexi Club on the Thames offers a unique way to explore inland Britain with its serene countryside, many small, welcoming towns and villages and amazing palaces, castles and archaeological sites. Choose from six narrowboats at the departure point of Penton Hook Marina, in Surrey, offering two vessel variations – a compact four-sleeper, or more spacious…… Continue reading Let’s Cruise!
Palm Park resort is situated in the heart of the KwaZulu Natal South Coast, in the ever-sunny seaside town of Margate. When staying at this family friendly resort, right on the water’s edge, discover the south coast and its variety of stunning outdoor activities suited to all ages – ranging from day trips to secluded,…… Continue reading Discover The Dynamic South Coast
With an average of 320 sunny days throughout the year, Mossel Bay has been featured in the Guinness Book of World Records as having the second most temperate climate in the world, after a small town in Hawaii. But this claim to fame is not the only reason why you should look forward to your…… Continue reading Find Magic in Mossel Bay