Anyone who has been to Namibia knows that their off-the-beaten-track roads are grueling, occasionally good […]
As we entered the gates of the park, we give a little shriek of excitement at the wonders before us. We were at the door to the Land of the Giants.
A total of 17 Land Rovers entered this year’s Trophy, two of which were from South Africa.
Back on the road, we meandered through the breath-taking Nuwekloof Pass with the awe inspiring rock faces, cliffs and valleys, reaching Makedaat by early afternoon.
We decided to take the new lockdown regulations seriously. The borders had been opened and […]
Back in Johannesburg, it feels odd to look out from the window over a bustling […]
The dry season in Hwange National Park reached its height in late September. My partner […]
What a week that was! 4440km later, and after countless hours of driving, I was […]
For many years, it had been on my wish list to drive from Gauteng to […]
Readers Ernst & Helga Hegebarth took their upgraded Mercedes-Benz Sprinter to the harsh deserts of […]
I think I finally get it now. I mean, not entirely – my stereotypical femininity […]
‘‘As jy dom is moet jy suffer.” English translation: If you are stupid, you will […]
Words & Images Anton Willemse As as far back as I can remember, I’ve been […]
Words and images by Jacques Marais “Little snotkop,” I think, as a wild-eyed youngster swings […]
Words by Andrew Thurlow On 14 December ‘13, Tracey (my wife), Rick (my step-boet), Todd […]
WORDS & PICTURES by Kerry Fraser & Michael Barton. So there we were, in the […]
Words by Byran Milne and Andrew Mowat Pictures by Bryan Milne After inviting a friend, […]
Reader trip report In 2011 we decided that we wanted a holiday with a difference, […]
After cancelling a trip to Scotland because of illness, my wife, Gail, and I decided […]
Words and pictures by Sheelah Turner Reader Trip Report: Podor, Senegal When a man took […]