• Elephant Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park

Where to travel during Covid-19 (Corona): Safaris in South Africa

Longing for some more sun and itching to get out? Then why not travel to South Africa! South Africa’s borders are open for international travel (January 2021), and the country offers some of the best ways to holiday in a socially distant way.

  • View across Blyde river canyon

Where to go in South Africa: 7 places we recommend for first-timers

South Africa has all these beautiful spots, but how to choose where to go? This is a collection of a few handpicked, favourite destinations in South Africa. Get inspired by our personal selection that offers something for everybody: Romantic walks in the Tsitsikamma forest, a beautiful drive along the Panorama Route, or wine tasting and more in Stellenbosch.

  • What to do in South Africa Drakensberg

What to do in South Africa: A new perspective on highlights and hidden gems

This is a holistic guide on what to do in South Africa. Get to know South Africa’s nature and wildlife, culture, history, art, food and wine with these highlights and hidden gems.

Self-drive safari in Kruger National Park: what to expect

What to expect on a self-drive safari in Kruger National Park, you ask? Expect the unexpected! No day in nature is like the other and new adventures await around every corner. However, there are things you should know and can look forward to on any given self-drive safari in Kruger National Park.

Where to stay in the Drakensberg Mountains: our favourite five

If you are planning a trip to South Africa, you will sooner or later come across the Drakensberg Mountains. What you will probably remember after doing your research: they border Lesotho, are known for their incredible natural beauty and an absolute dream destination for hikers.

Through the lens of locals: discover Cape Town on a photo tour

One photo taken with your phone, one taken with your camera, one as selfie, one with your boyfriend and another one, just to be safe – if you travel to Cape Town, in all probability you will return home with thousands of photos on maxed out memory cards.