Posted on September 20th, 2020
Veld and Sea is the most incredible wild food foraging company. Located in the deep South of Cape Town, Veld and Sea offers amazing immersive experiences in nature. Their foraging workshops are seasonal, cycling through coastal foraging in summer, mushroom and wild food foraging in autumn and winter and flower foraging in spring. The workshops read on ..
Posted on August 6th, 2020
The Tranquility Cracks is one of Cape Town’s most elusive hiking spots. It’s one of those trails that many have heard about, many have tried to find and many have missed the turnoff for. At this stage my list of hikes done in Cape Town is starting to exceed those still to try. So this read on ..
Posted on July 22nd, 2020
Cecilia Forest is host to a number of beautiful paths weaving in between the leafy trees and trickling streams. While there are plenty of flat and wide contour paths for a leisurely afternoon stroll, the hike to Cecilia Waterfall is slightly more strenuous option if you’re wanting more than just a meander. The reward of read on ..
Posted on July 9th, 2020
Next up in the series on hikes around Cape Town is the short and sweet Kloof Corner. This hike has beautiful views of Lion’s Head all the way up and the path is lined with beautiful fynbos. The hike to the top is only about 20 minutes but can be extended by following along the read on ..
Posted on July 3rd, 2020
Devil’s Peak is this week’s feature hike in my current series on adventurous hikes in and around Cape Town. Devil’s Peak is an iconic part of the City skyline and so definitely needs to be on your Cape Town hiking bucket list. It’s a truly beautiful part of Table Mountain National Park and its slopes read on ..
Posted on June 26th, 2020
Judas Peak Hike is one of Cape Town’s hidden gems with gorgeous views over Hout Bay, Llandudno and all along the Atlantic Seaboard. It is the very last of the 12 Apostle Peaks and one of Cape Town’s best kept secrets. The route begins at the top of Suikerbossie going up Hout Bay Corner, up read on ..
Posted on June 24th, 2020
Lock down regulations in South Africa are slowly lifting as we begin our gradual return to normal. While it feels like there is still a lot we can’t do, there are many things we can do! Being a firm optimist and a glass half-full kinda gal I have chosen to focus on these CANs rather read on ..
Posted on April 23rd, 2020
Kogel Bay is a beach campsite near Gordon’s Bay, Western Cape. Located just off the beautiful coastal road of Clarens Drive, this magical spot boasts the most incredible views of the Kogelberg mountains and Indian Ocean coastline. You’ll find grassy campsites with either beachfront views or nestled in among the trees for shade and shelter read on ..
Posted on April 21st, 2020
At the end of 2018 Luke and I went on a 3 week long backpacking and camping trip along the East Coast of South Africa. We enjoyed swimming in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, hiked through forests, took a bath on the edge of cliff, wandered through rural towns characterised by rolling hills read on ..
Posted on April 16th, 2020
The Kruger National Park is one of South Africa’s largest game reserves. It is home to a vast variety of wild animals including the Big Five; rhino, lion, elephant, leopard, and buffalo, many different antelope, giraffe, cheetah and birds. No trip to South Africa would be complete without a safari experience and the Kruger National read on ..