There’s something about being a Conqueror Commander owner – it’s not about
Approximately five years ago I received a phone call from a good friend, Manie
Minister of Environment, Forestry, and Fisheries, Ms. Barbara Creecy has confirmed on Tuesday, 24 March
Heavy rain has forced SANParks to close gravel roads and various other parts of the
A scenic road trip four hours from Gauteng enjoying many activities including relaxing in therapeutic hot springs
You must please pay attention because there will be an exam tomorrow,” said Katot Meyer,
Access to this beautiful resort is off the N11 between Loskopdam and 32kms from Middleburg.
What do Stone Age humans dating back 125 000 years, the Khoekhoen people, the Xhosa
Before I had even entered the resort’s office, I noticed the “Camp Rules” posted on
On a recent trip to the Riebeeck Valley, where I camped at the Fish Eagle
By Richard van Ryneveld The writer, poet and philosopher G.K. Chesterton once said: “The whole
Spring is long gone, and now summer has also officially come to an end. In
The Karoo National Park is surely one of the best-kept national parks in South Africa.
“You’re a travel journalist, what is your favourite spot in South Africa?” I was recently
With our Isuzu KB350 and Dessert Runner rooftop tent on our self-customised trailer, we tackled
The Sani Pass is a bucket-list trip for many travellers in South Africa. The famous
The flowers of Namaqualand draw travellers from all over South Africa, as well as overseas.
Last year, we followed Australian couple Uwe Bockmann and Meg Stuart as they travelled through
I burst into song. One can do this when traveling alone. Even though I still
Reader Graham Strachan and his family usually spend the school holidays in Kruger National Park.
On a recent caravanning trip to Die Dam with my friend Rob, we decided to
I have now, unofficially, become a new superhero called Captain Stormer. It has nothing to
Some 16 years ago, I mooched around the length and breadth of South Africa for three months in a Land Rover Discovery II.
Sometimes you have to just go with the flow. That flow, over four of six days of my trip, was caused by unrelenting rain, and more rain.
Whether you prefer camping next to the river, in the forest, or at the ocean, there’s something for everyone in the Garden Route National Park.
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
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?”