From accommodation to the best places to view the West Coast spring bloom, we've got you covered.
The One&Only is a favoured destination for international visitors to the Mother City, and it's easy to see why, writes Minesh Bhagaloo.
From Lion's Head to Cape Point, you are guaranteed to find that prime spot to watch the perfect sunset.
We asked Capetonians what they know about the Free State and here are some of their responses.
Recruiting the help of local explorers, Cheapflights took an in-depth look at the Cape Town coastline on a wintery day.
Blaauwklippen Festival takes you into a world of all things dark and sweet, writes Bianca Coleman.
Winter is the best time to wallow in the mineral-rich pools of The Baths in Citrusdal, writes Dawn Kennedy.
At the height of summer in Sedgefield, the sun is sometimes enveloped by high wispy clouds, which give the area an ethereal grace.
Enter a different world along stunning roads built by a 19th-century pass master, writes Jennifer Stern.
Bianca Coleman tours Bo Kaap while listening to the voice in her head, literally...
In a survey conducted by SCRUFF, Cape Town ranked fifth in its 'off the beaten path' or 'surprisingly gay-friendly' travel destination list.
Dr Gunther von Hagen's ground-breaking preservation process of the human body is back on display at the V&A Waterfront. [VIDEO]
Heading to Namaqualand for the spring-time floral display? Check out these places for West Coast accommodation.
Your tastebuds can get a winter tingle at Lanzerac estate, writes Bianca Coleman.
Bianca Coleman goes in search of the perfect cuppa and ends up at the 'best cafe in the world'.