The exceptional beers and ciders that it has been brewing for close on 10 years have made it a landmark on the craft beer map, and no time spent in Clarens is complete without a visit to the Clarens Brewery.
Guava trees – some over 70 years old – line the avenues that lead into Babylonstoren’s food and flower garden. Dripping with yellow and green fruit, the trees are just one of many collections that have taken root in this growers’ paradise.
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One of the first transfrontier zones to be created in southern Africa, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park – an ancient landscape of rippling red dunes, dried watercourses, vast horizons, stark beauty and true wilderness – is one of the biggest conservation areas on Earth.
The fascinating, informative A-Z Place Names of South Africa by Ann Gadd (Map Studio) is the perfect companion for all your travels in South Africa. It provides you with the origins of local place names, their history and their attractions.
Nespresso Club Members around the world will read all about the Cape Town life this quarter as they page or swipe their way through edition 24 of Nespresso magazine, a lifestyle publication profiling the globe’s top destinations.
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