Some guy once travelled all over Ireland (both of them) with a small fridge. So I tried touring Mpumalanga with a couple of wood-carved roosters from Mozambique, and it was rather fun.
Prepare to be dazzled by a fantastical African castle perched on top of a hill in the Leobo Private Reserve in Limpopo’s Waterberg biosphere.
You can see stars – brilliant and blazing – in many places in South Africa. Bushmans Kloof in the Cederberg mountains in the Western Cape is great place for this.
Body Worlds, one of the most talked-about exhibitions in the world, is now in Johannesburg. If you want to know what makes your body tick, then this is the place to go.
Winter getaways are all about crisp walks in the bush (or on the beach), hearty food and warm fireplaces. Here’s our choice of a few places to while away the winter weekends…
Some roadside faces on a trip deep into Zulu country.
No matter what you get up to, or how long you intend to stay, be warned – once Hoedspruit gets under your skin, it’s there to stay.
Retha van der Walt’s incredible knowledge of local wild flowers transformed a morning walk in Mapungubwe National Park into a botany lesson that made me feel like I have been visiting the park for years without really seeing it.
Cape Town’s hotels and beaches feature prominently in the 2013 Traveler’s Choice Awards, which are highly regarded because the decisions are made by independent travellers.
On your next holiday to Cape Town, find some time to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, and visit the Two Oceans Aquarium.
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