Richard van Ryneveld indulges in the miracle of Moremi in Botswana, taking in the incredible natural beauty
Caravan Travel Stories
We crossed the electrified animal grid surrounding the chalets and camping site, and turned right
Our editorial team headed to Quaggaskloof Dam near Worcester with everything one needs for a
Australian couple Uwe Bockmann and Meg Stuart are almost halfway through their Southern Africa trip, travelling in their EarthCruiser EXP motorhome.
Angus Barnard’s bi-annual stay in the Kruger National Park in May for five weeks was
The popular tourist destination of Sabie lies about four hours’ drive from Johannesburg and Pretoria. This forestry town on the banks of the Sabie River in Mpumalanga is very well known among caravanners as it is only 64 km from the Kruger National Park.
Back in the early seventies, I fell in love with Namaqualand. It was during the first varsity vacation that I went there, after a friend had said: “There’s plenty of work in Tsumeb… hike up?”
[Travel] With a Volkswagen Kombi and “rock n roll” teardrop caravan, we head to the coast of northern KwaZulu-Natal.
I recently went on a trip to the South Coast (see Caravan & Outdoor Life issue 666), but before my solo travels got underway, I joined a gathering of Skipper Tent Trailer owners.
On Friday, 26 May 2017, we headed out from our home in False Bay in the Cape. Our planned journey would take us all the way through the Western Cape, across the Eastern Cape, and up the KZN south coast (we were chasing the warm weather)
The words of the iconic Paul Seeger song kept running through my head. ‘Where have all the flowers gone?’ I was heading out from the ouskip Caravan Park in Melkbosstrand onto the R27 West Coast Road.
As far back as 2004, my wife and I formed the idea to travel across
I love camping, whether I’m in a motorhome, caravan or tent. One of my favourite little chaps is a mix of a trailer, a tent and a caravan – the Skipper Tent Trailer.
When you bum is blue with cold in your home in the Overberg, the chance of a trip to the “best weather” in South Africa is a heart-warming thought. (Or would that be butt-warming?)
‘A safari in the traditional style… an unhurried journey.’ This is how Jannie Rykaart described the trip he had planned for us.
Words & Pictures by Bob & Jenny Stanley Bob and I are in our 70s
Words & Pictures by Richard van Ryneveld ‘Horses for courses’, the saying goes. And I
Words & Pictures by Richard van Ryneveld ‘On the road again…’ the song by 1960/70s
By Tokkie & Maureen van der Westhuizen Our third destination as retired campers was Dundee,
My wife, Angela, and I initially intended to do a trip to Namibia and Botswana on our own, towing our Fendt caravan and sticking mostly to tar roads
Are you tired of reading about a superb campsite, only to discover the words “only
I had been stuck behind my desk for too long. The workload of the first
Words and pictures by Richard van Ryneveld It’s not often that you have a stowaway
Words and pictures by Richard van Ryneveld. Chevrolet Trailblazer 2.8 LTZ 4×4 AT The love
I’d already had a hectically busy few days in the Cape, and now I was
Words and pictures by Colette Olivier. We recently decided to go camping for a weekend
By Ivan & Lorraine Westaway. I was a reluctant full-time caravanner wife. Now, in December
By Elana Grunder We women like to know that we are always right. In any
By Bernard & Cathy Watson. My wife and I were married a year ago but
I grew up in a family that loved to go on holiday in our caravan.