Ithala Game Reserve is one of the only big game game reserves that allows visitors the unique opportunity to do self-guided hiking trails.
Icon of the Southern Drakensberg, the famous Sani Pass between SA and Lesotho is one of the few vehicle-access routes onto the great uKhahlamba escarpment.
In a region known for its beautiful hiking trails, the Madonna and Child Falls hike through the forests of Hogsback is one of the best!
Storms River Mouth in the Garden Route National Park is best known to hikers as the start of the famous Otter Trail, but check out some of these hikes.
Nature's Valley is a small, coastal town surrounded by a big beach, big mountains, a big forest and a big river (the Grootrivier).
The Drakensberg is famous for it's incredible hiking trails, and one trail that definitely deserves a mention is the Wodehouse Peak hiking trail.
A wilderness trail through the big 5 iMfolozi bushveld offers an opportunity to reconnect with Nature and self, and is an unforgettable experience.
One such stretch, the Double Mouth Nature Reserve, is a unforgettable experience and a chance to get your spirit re-tuned.
Bat Cave is a little known secret spot within the famous iSimangaliso Wetland Park that can be accessed from Mission Rocks.
Aquarium Reef at Kosi Bay is one of the most unique and exhilarating places to explore KwaZulu-Natal's underwater world.
Mkhuze Game Reserve is home to Africa's last remaining unspoiled, indigenous Sycamore Fig forest that is well-worth exploring on your next visit.
Inspiring journeys: Grant Christie walked 3514 km around the coastline of South Africa. His advice to anyone with a big dream? DO IT!
Set high in the Soutpansberg Mountains and sacred to Venda's Vhatatsindi people, Lake Fundudzi's enchantment lies in its mysticism...