Mhondoro has a flair for firsts – whether it be your first al fresco, farm-to-table luncheon underneath a 300-year-old fig tree, or your first safari on foot. But, those firsts are bound to turn into numerous return visits.
Swellendam and its surrounds are known for its beauty. Come Yellow Season, even more so. Here’s what you need to know.
Embrace the splendour of Cape Town’s sunrise from atop Signal Hill, while indulging in delightful early-morning treats from Cape Cadogan.
Along with its own spa and viewing deck, the much-loved Morukuru Farm House now also has a brand-new look.
It’s beautifully wild out here and for a moment I wonder if this – here at Kruger Shalati – is how it felt way back when travellers came into the Kruger by train – stopping over in the then Sabie Nature Reserve for lunch.
Many might believe that Walkersons Hotel & Spa is a destination deemed for couples. Well, I’m here to tell you that it’s pretty fine for families too.
There is so much more than just a Big 5 Safari to explore in Hoedspruit and surrounds and Safari Moon is the ideal base to do it from.
Plettenberg Bay is a destination that does not limit you to a bum-on-the-beach-only kind of holiday. In fact, there is so much more than just the beach to explore.
The Liz McGrath Collection’s properties have always been testament to its founder – one of South Africa’s most iconic female hoteliers. The Plettenberg is no exception.
If you’ve never been, the Blyde River Canyon close to Hoedspruit should undoubtedly be on your bucket list for 2023.