2015 SA Travel Bloggers Top Pick Destination Predictions.

2015. – Towards the end of last year I was approached by Cheap Flights in London, who were compiling a list of Top holiday destinations for 2015, as predicted by South African travel bloggers.

I was lucky enough to be one of them and delighted in offering up the two places that had surpassed all expectations, as I spend time exploring them in 2014. As below:

Question. – What is your pick? Top South African destination for South African travellers in 2015? 

Answer. -I believe 2015 will be the year that turns Johannesburg, SA’s city of gold, into a recognised destination and not just a city for tourists to pass through. With urban regeneration, cool hip neighbourhoods like Maboneng, cycle tours in Soweto, artisan markets, rooftop bars, street art and fashion to write home about. Getting to know this urban getaway is a must do. More about Johannesburg on Cheap Flights.


Question. – What is your pick? Top Internationaldestination for South African travellers in 2015?

Answer. – With direct flights into Istanbul from both Cape Town and Johannesburg, Turkey is a vibrant, colourful destination that offers a culture very different to ours, a rich history and an opportunity to be in both Asia and Europe in just one afternoon. There’s shopping, delicious food, beautiful people, turquoise seas and impressive mountain ranges, as well as the recommended option of a professional guide to bring it all to life for you. Actually, let it be know, that blue looks better in Turkey. More about Turkey on Cheap Flights.


Check out more on Cheapflights.co.za who operate a family of international travel sites and blogs, helping people find the best fares and deals. Which is what travellers, especially with South African currency, are always after.

To see the predictions by my fellow South African bloggers, who constantly amaze me with their talent and insight. Have a look at – South African Blogger Picks Top Destinations for 2015.

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