This underrated Waterberg hideaway is not only the classic weekender distance from Johannesburg but also a boon to those with pockets in a pinch
An untamable ocean, stark lava dried into a rugged rock, charming city-scapes, tumbling waterfalls and lush hillsides - this is Reunion Island as seen from the sky.
Every year, South Africa's remote semi-deserts erupt into a carpet of colour, but some years are just better than others.
This remote northern KwaZulu-Natal outpost will make you feel like the only people in the world.
Famed as an island for the adventurous, don’t forget to add this real Creole cooking class to the itinerary when visiting Reunion.
Forget the Western Cape. South Africa has more unusual, warmer whale-watching destinations you should head to this winter.
Home to places such as the Kruger National Park, Limpopo Province is better-recognised for its wilderness, but what about the personalities on the peripheries? Go beyond the stereotypical safari and discover one of South Africa's most cultural corners.
The Cape is renowned for exceptional whale sightings each winter. Beat the busier hubs (sorry Hermanus) with a quieter road trip along Overberg backroads and discover a more tranquil trail of whales.