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Finding Babylon

Finding Babylon

Carrie Hampton visits an estate near Stellenbosch. But it’s not wine she goes looking for… or that she finds. How often do you go somewhere that has got it so right that a sublime sense of wellbeing washes over...

The alternative Garden Route

The alternative Garden Route

Instead of driving South Africa's coastal Garden Route, try the alternative Route 62, which takes you through immense stretches of Karoo farmland interspersed by delightful country towns and roadside stores. Here, as Cindy-Lou Dale finds on a stopover in Cradock,...

Oh, Darling!

Oh, Darling!

Looking for a quiet weekend out of Cape Town, Janine Avery found herself drawn to a little rural town encouragingly called Darling. And if your curiosity has also been piqued, here are her top tips to help you make...

Beyond Table Mountain

Beyond Table Mountain

Cape Town-based Heather Richardson reveals a few ideas of what to do within a two-hour drive of the Mother City. Images by Heather Richardson. Watch whales breaching from Hermanus For land-based whale watching, the little town of Hermanus is...

South Africa unwrapped

South Africa unwrapped

An insider’s overview from the experts at Steppes Travel. Why visit? Few places offer as much diversity as South Africa. Reborn as ‘the Rainbow Nation’, this enthralling country offers culture, wildlife, landscapes and history – all as varied as...

Wild in the Waterberg

Wild in the Waterberg

The town of Bela Bela in South Africa’s Waterberg Biosphere offers a range of activities from its warmbaths to an adrenaline-raising zip-line tour and, of course, excellent game sightings, says Janine Avery South Africa's Waterberg Biosphere stretches from just...

Keeping track of cheetah

Keeping track of cheetah

Nick Dall sets out in South Africa’s Mountain Zebra National Park to search for the world’s fastest feline, and learn about its behaviour and interaction with its cousin the lion. Image copyright Mike Dexter. I’m breathless and starting to...

The magic of Mapungubwe

The magic of Mapungubwe

Lesley Thomson describes the natural beauty, ecology and ancient cultural history of Mapungubwe National Park on South Africa’s border with Zimbabwe In the silence, the cliffs sing to you.  What tales of years gone by the wind-sculptured balancing rocks...

KZN- A world in one place

KZN- A world in one place

Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife looks after a staggering 120-plus protected areas in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa, providing conservation management and ecotourism to help preserve this unique area and its wildlife for generations to come. From the waterways of...

On foot in Kruger

On foot in Kruger

Hlengiwe Magagula set off on the four-day Olifants River Back Pack Trail offered by SANParks When I arrived at the N’wamanzi Lookout Point at sundown, I had an extra reason to enjoy the view down to the Olifants River:...

Secret South Africa

Secret South Africa

There’s a lot more to this diverse country than Kruger National Park. Philip Briggs unveils the country’s top 10 hidden highlights for the wildlife lover It’s not exactly breaking news that South Africa’s vast Kruger National Park is one...

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