Topic “getaways”

Overnight and day camps in Joburg

Camp options for children in Gauteng
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Child magazine
It’s never easy letting your child stay over somewhere for the first time, let alone allowing them to leave home on an outdoor overnight adventure. However, the benefits they will gain, the friendships they will make and the life lessons they will learn are definitely worth it. No matter your child’s interests, there are a number of “camp” options out there. And, if you’re worried about how they will cope overnight, why not try them out on a day camp first?

Overnight and day camps in KZN

Camps for children in and around KwaZulu-Natal
By: 
Child magazine
It’s never easy letting your child stay over somewhere for the first time let alone allowing them to leave home on an outdoor overnight adventure. However, the benefits they will gain, the friendships they will make and the life lessons they will learn are definitely worth it. No matter your child’s interests, there are a number of “camp” options out there. And, if you’re worried about how they will cope overnight, why not try them out on a day camp first?

Overnight and day camps in Pretoria

Camps for children in and around Gauteng
By: 
Child magazine
It’s never easy letting your child stay over somewhere for the first time let alone allowing them to leave home on an outdoor overnight adventure. However, the benefits they will gain, the friendships they will make and the life lessons they will learn are definitely worth it. No matter your child’s interests, there are a number of “camp” options out there. And, if you’re worried about how they will cope overnight, why not try them out on a day camp first?

Overnight and day camps in Cape Town

Camps for children in and around the Western Cape
By: 
Child magazine
It’s never easy letting your child stay over somewhere for the first time let alone allowing them to leave home on an outdoor overnight adventure. However, the benefits they will gain, the friendships they will make and the life lessons they will learn are definitely worth it. No matter your child’s interests, there are a number of “camp” options out there. And, if you’re worried about how they will cope overnight, why not try them out on a day camp first?

Local is lekker

South Africa has much to offer by way of family travel and adventure, and there are some things every South African should do
By: 
Tamlyn Vincent
Climb a mountain
 
Cape Town’s Table Mountain is a national icon, but you can also visit the Amphitheatre, in Royal Natal National Park in the Northern Drakensberg.

See the world by bike or barge

Extraordinary and adventurous destinations that put a new spin on family holiday memories
By: 
Child magazine
Barging on Canal du Midi
 
where to go The Canal du Midi runs from Agde, in the Mediterranean, to Toulouse.

3 Days in the Jacaranda City

A three-day travel guide for families in Pretoria
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Simone Jeffery
Day1: past and present
 
Pretoria, South Africa’s administrative capital, is home to the seat of government, the Blue Bulls, and approximately 50 000 Jacaranda trees.

3 Days in the City of Gold

We’ve compiled a three-day travel guide for families in Joburg
By: 
Simone Jeffery
Day 1: a city is born
 
The city of Joburg was founded in 1886, with the discovery of gold. So, the first day of our tour will start there.

3 Days in Durbs

If you have to play tour guide over the holidays in Durban, this itinerary will help
By: 
Tamlyn Vincent
Day 1: along the promenade
 
Durban’s beachfront promenade stretches along a golden mile of swimming beaches, with uShaka Marine World on one end and Moses Mabhida Stadium on the other.

3 Days in the Cape

Here’s a three-day itinerary to get your family rediscovering this tourist capital that we call home
By: 
Lucille Kemp
Day 1: winding through the Southern Suburbs
 
This superb Southern Suburbs drive shows a broad view of Cape Town in the space of a day, offering vineyards, forest and coast. Heading out of the city bowl via De Waal Drive you will access the M3.
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