There’s nothing like a road trip to reacquaint you with nature, reunite you with loved ones and set your mind at ease as unchartered miles of open road roll out before you. Fortunately, here in South
South African Tourism recently invited four international Instagrammers to MeetSouthAfrica and learn more about Nelson Mandela’s inspiring Long Walk to Freedom and explore the country through their distinct cultural lenses. For style @blakevond, design @dabito, travel
International Blogger Trip – Pre INDABA Roadtrip. The video of the South African Tourism road trip with Yolanda Af and Marcos Barrera, Inma Gregorio, JD Andrews, Meruschka Govender, Roxanne Bamboat, Keith Jenkins, Adeline Gressin, Gaia Passarelli, Christina
#MeetSouthAfrica Sustainable Travel Blogger Group. The video of the South African Tourism International Blogger Trip in May 2015 with Yolanda Af and Marcos Barrera, Inma Gregorio, JD Andrews, Meruschka Govender, Roxanne Bamboat, Keith Jenkins as filmed by Lloyd Koppel.
MeetSouthAfrica Five bloggers. Five countries. One unforgettable South African adventure. The video of the South African Tourism International Blogger Trip #SA101 in May 2015 with Adeline Gressin, Gaia Passarelli, Christina Soong and Aurélie Amiot as captured
2015. – Every year at about this time, I sit down to write about, reflect on and appreciate all that the previous twelve months have brought me. To pay respect, to honour and to recognise
I took a journey through South Africa Cape Town, Winelands, Game Reserve, with South African Tourism with a collection of International storytellers, on the 2015 #MeetSouthAfrica campaign. Because a destination is brought to life
Before we knew it, the week was gone and we flew into Durban with all it has to offer, immediately taking to the Golden Mile with the rest of the group for an #Instawalk. Sharing stories
“I love to be lost. To explore again places that may seem familiar …” How true of me and the country I get to call home. South Africa a Destination There is nothing quite like
I was asked by Round the World Experts about my incredible hot air balloon flight over the Magaliesberg area: ‘We gather before dawn, hot coffee in hand huddled around an open fire to ward off
#MeetSouthAfrica. – It’s here! The 2015 South African Tourism pre-Indaba #MeetSouthAfrica blogger trip has started and I’m lucky enough to be one of the 5 South Africans joining the 15 international bloggers that will be travelling
Cape Town. – Street meets Beach Art I happened upon in Strand and Muizenberg. Adding colour to the hues of ocean living. Cuteness on the beach in Strand. Surfing has never been cooler! Or more
Cape Town. – Not an area I visit often, Gordon’s Bay and Strand. Although the 10km stretch offers endless white beaches, mostly desolate. A different and beautiful perspective to the False Bay coastline. #Helderberg
Durban on South Africa’s KwaZulu Natal is hot in climate, character and local curry, this east coast city lays itself bare with relaxed and uncomplicated confidence. Populated by a mixed people, yet dominated by Zulu
2104. A Good Year. It’s never too late to reflect on a good year. One that I embarked on with determination, hope and the promise of travel. It gave me all of that in abundance.
An incredible video by Caspar Diederick of StoryTravelers, who truly captured the landscape, diversity, colours and beauty of South Africa during the #MeetSouthAfrica campaign. I’m so proud and grateful to have been part of this South