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OOur epic road-trip through South Africa has sadly come to an end and after a jam-packed 10 days filled with shark-cage diving, sand-boarding, safari tours, river tubing, caving, glamping and more, it's time to head to Stellenbosch for some wine tasting. Less than 30 minutes drive from Cape Town, Stellenbosch is home to nearly 200 wine and grape producers. The Cape Winelands region of South Africa offers majestic and breathtaking scenery, awe-inspiring food and delicious wine-tasting experiences - The perfect end our trip!
South Africa’s streets, shores and vineyards are lined with so many incredible restaurants, it’s a hard task narrowing them down into a short bucket list.
Gin is the buzzword on everyone’s lips in Cape Town at the moment.
If calamity were to strike humanity, and archaeologists of a distant future were to enquire about how we lived, they would draw upon our architecture to paint a picture of who we were.
South African wines are simply an infusion of the old winemaking methods combined with new ones to create modern bottled poetry for you.
It’s often worth it leaving behind the big lights and taking a road tip to explore small-town cuisine, or even making a trip of it and spending a night or two and exploring what else is on offer.
The food story of South Africa.
South Africa is a country that’s diverse in its culture and language, and if there’s one thing that brings South Africans together it’s food.