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Vineyard adventures

Cape Winelands, South Africa

Vineyard adventures

The Cape Winelands of South Africa offer more things to do than those that are grape-related

Full bloom in South Africa

South Africa

Full bloom in South Africa

Its vast and diverse landscape is prettiest in spring, when skies are blue and wildflowers blossom

Legend of the falls

South Africa

Legend of the falls

From flying in a microlight to walking wild animals, it is hard to run out of things to do in Livingstone, Zambia, home to Victoria Falls

Cheap food worth going to prison for

Cape Town, South Africa

Cheap food worth going to prison for

CAPE Town is known for the diversity of its restaurants, but the strangest has to be at Pollsmoor Maximum Security Prison, ...

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Cape of Renewed Hope

May 18, 2016, Cape Town, South Africa

Cape of Renewed Hope

Chic and sophisticated Cape Town is an often overlooked tourist destination by travellers from this region, but with its beautiful beaches, ...

Africa Dreaming

November 30, 2013, South Africa

Africa Dreaming

A design language is developing in the African plains, one that celebrates its natural wonders as much as it is minimalist. The luxe campsit...

From Bunny to Boerewors

November 30, 2013, South Africa

From Bunny to Boerewors

Time to wrap your tongues around the wonderful dishes that make up South African cuisine – and expect more than just a charred springbok f...

Glam Up Your Safari

November 30, 2013, South Africa

Glam Up Your Safari

It may come as a surprise, but Africa’s bush camps often make the top 10 lists of luxury travel accommodation. Not only are they never...

One Safari, Many ways

November 30, 2013, South Africa

One Safari, Many ways

Drifting in a mokoro around the Okavango Delta, all I see are aquatic birds resting by the water as hippos move languidly under a blue, blue...

Shiny, Happy People

November 30, 2013, South Africa

Shiny, Happy People

In traditional gear and culture, the Maasai and Sambura peoples add a rainbow of colour to Kenya’s swathes of nature, while Zambia’s Mus...

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