It's not everyday you get to stay at the same hotel visited by dignitaries and our very own president. Marchelle Abrahams checks in.
Adrian Rorvik sets off on another Cape road trip and ends up in the beautiful Karoo.
Just head out on the R44, put your feet up on the dashboard and take in the glimpses of sand dunes, crashing waves and abundant game.
Keep fit while taking in the scenery along the V&A Waterfront's new running route.
To celebrate the change of season, the producers in the Elgin Valley invite guests to join them for the Elgin Cool Wine & Country Food Festival.
For centuries, the properties of poison have fascinated mankind, eventually becoming synonymous with tales of good and evil.
Entries are rolling in quickly for what has become one of the most anticipated events on the Cape West Coast mountain biking calendar.
Yvonne Fontyn spends a few days at Kleine Zalze wine estate and finds herself blissing out on the best of Stellenbosch wines.
The votes are in and the Mother City is tops when it comes to the world's best cuisine, this according to Condé Nast Traveler's ...
Franschhoek is gearing up for its biggest annual event - the 10th Franschhoek Literary Festival.
Jim Freeman heads up from Cape Town and discovers two rocks that just won't translate into English.
The Blue Train Park, just metres away from the Atlantic Ocean in Mouille Point, has been in operation for more than 55 years.
One&Only Cape Town's popular guest speaker series commences in May.
De Hoop Collection invites you to deepen your yoga practice at its second Yoga Retreat.
Karen Watkins jumps right in when given the opportunity to get involved in the wine-making process.