You can order a 5-course meal from some of SA’s top restaurants – at cut-rate prices
But one gourmet lockdown hamper costs up to R5,000.
Beautiful photos show what life is like in the world's most isolated settlement
Only accessible by boat, the journey to Tristan da Cunha, the remotest island in the world, takes nearly one week to complete.
In Cape Town, Paris, New York and beyond – 5 must-see virtual fashion exhibitions as we lockdown
Visit the world’s fashion capitals where fashion and art meet, without setting foot outside.
Mountains, waves and watering holes: The best South African live streams to watch during lockdown
South Africans in lockdown can get a real-time view on the natural world thanks to various webcams across the country.
Go on an hour-long tour of the Louvre Museum right now
Amid the current Covid-19 pandemic the museum is shut with no visitors allowed. But thanks to the YouTube channel named ‘Wanderlust Travel Videos’, you can now take a virtual tour through the museum from your couch.
VIRTUAL ESCAPE: Go on an hour-long tour of the Louvre Museum right now
In this hour-long video you can explore the Denon Wing of the Louvre Museum.
Cultivating beauty: You can't travel, but you can take a trip to Chanel's gardens with us
Take a virtual trip from Madagascar to Costa Rica the southwest of France with us.
Eye-popping videos of SA wildlife - including a buffalo's lucky escape and a hippo clashing with a rhino
Hearing the call of the wild in lockdown? Take a look at these videos.
You can go on a virtual South African safari to spot the 'Big 5' in real-time from your couch
Tune into a sunrise or sunset safari live from home and catch a glimpse of lions, elephants, leopards, and hippos.
WATCH: Travel the world from your phone with these short videos
We travel using all our senses. We see new places, smell new scents, taste exotic flavours and hear foreign languages. It touches us deeply. That's why we travel; it's sensational.
10 of the most beautiful local travel photos ever featured on Traveller24
Whether we choose to travel to the future or the past, travel photography means escapism.
10 Virtual tours and webcams to help you travel from your couch
While Covid-19 has put travel plans on hold for a while, you can still explore the world through the wonderful world of the internet.
Museums around the world are sharing zen art on social media to help calm people down
Can't handle any more social media posts about the coronavirus? Well, the museums of the world are here to fill your feed with their most peaceful art exhibits.
Take a virtual tour of the queen's castles while self-isolating
A virtual tour from the comfort of your home is possible with the royal household's website.
This is one of the most tranquil and isolated glamping spots in the Western Cape
Escape humanity in the untouched nature that surrounds Wolwehoek's single glamping unit, near Montagu in South Africa.
This is Nasa's highest-resolution picture of Mars
Captured by the Nasa's Curiosity rover in 2019, the panoramic photo consists of 1.8 billion pixels of the Glen Torridon region.
LISTEN | Podcasts about wine, explorers and rhinos if you want to travel with your ears
Have a listen through Traveller24's podcast series 'The Check-In'.
See the other Big 5 at the Waterberg's Lapalala Wilderness
A safari like no other, Tintswalo at Lapalala is not just about chasing snaps of the kings and queens of the wild.
Visit a Portuguese island in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean
While you may have heard about the Azores archipelago, you probably have never heard of one of its most stunning islands - Tercecira.
See inside the world's largest cannabis dispensary
We got a backstage tour into the world’s largest cannabis dispensary, just blocks away from the Las Vegas strip.
A guide to countries that don't exist anymore
Normally travel guides provide information about places to visit in real life, but the Extinguished Countries wants to remind you about the predecessors of today's modern countries.
20 Deep sea mysteries that might freak you out
71% of the planet’s surface is covered in water - that’s a whole lot of space for secrets to hide.