South Africa is a nation of vast contrasts. From the sweeping plains of Kruger to the vermillion dunes of the Kalahari and the rolling vineyards of Stellenbosch, its topography has as many facets as its cultural identity.
With an astounding array of biodiversity and the most mammals found in any African safari park, Kruger National Park is legendary. It’s also one of the most developed on the continent, with sealed roads, regulated campsites and access for rental cars. Jump into a jeep and get ready to spot the big five on a game drive through the plateau, or head southwest to picturesque Cape Town, to check out its famed peak, Table Mountain. Suitable for all travellers, from the curious, to the thrill-seekers and historians, the country has attractions galore and a world-class food and wine scene to boot. Click here to learn more about when is the best time to visit South Africa.
Cape Town is synonymous with sandy beaches, diverse fauna and flora, wine farms and fancy restaurants, but there’s so much more to this place – namely its friendly people and where they live. The Mother City is a melting pot of cultures found in its many cosmopolitan communities. Slowly rising above a legacy of segrega...Read more
South Africa is a gastronomic tour de force with fresh fish, wild meats and world-class wine all on the menu. We look at some of the best local food and wine pairings to try Ever since the Dutch settled in South Africa back in the 17th century, bringing French Muscadet grapes with them, the country has been making fi...Read more
Whether you love feasting on local delicacies and wine, or sightseeing from a great height, South Africa is just the ticket Only in recent years has South Africa’s gems – beyond safaris and braai – come to the attention of the savvy traveller. With an eclectic mix of culture, homegrown wines and more outdoor activiti...Read more