Churchill’s South Africa, by South African journalist and historian Chris Schoeman, is a riveting account of Winston Churchill’s time in South Africa and the story of how the young Winston Churchill became a hero to the British public.
As a family we make a point of escaping to the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands at least twice a year – more often if possible. And there are many reasons why we turn our backs on the sea and head for the hills.
The Garden Route National Park is a treasure trove of ancient indigenous forests, clear lakes, mountains, rivers and estuaries, where you can swim, hike, canoe, go horse riding, or just meander along a forest trail.
Williamsburg is a private nature reserve forming part of the Middle Keurbooms Conservancy. Although the main activities here are trout fishing and 4×4 routes, mountain bikers will love the challenging rides in the region.