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Feel at home at Paarl's Light House Boutique Suites

Tucked away in the suburbs of Paarl, you will find The Light House Boutique Suites. A beautiful boutique hotel which is both charming and homely, yet incredibly luxurious and glamorous and all topped with personalised and attentive service.

By Ruth Cooper 1 day ago

Magical memories with MSC in Mozambique

The speedboat glided effortlessly over the see-through water and slowed down as we entered the bay. Luckily we were on the first shipment out, so we had some time to get a good spot on the beach. Soon it would be crowded with almost all the Sinfonia passengers...

By Ilse van den Berg 2 days ago

Five of the best mountain bike routes in South Africa

Mountain biking is not just an ordinary sport - it is adventurous and gives you a chance to interact with nature, offering you therapeutic benefits after a tough day; releasing pressure and leaving you feeling rejuvenated.

6 Dec 2017

Five secrets to booking cheap airline tickets

The choice of low-cost domestic flights in South Africa has made air travel affordable to almost anyone. However, that doesn't mean that we are willing to pay whatever the airline is offering when we want to book...

Issued by Domestic Flights South Africa 5 Dec 2017

A foodies' road trip guide around the Western Cape

Considered to be one of the world's leading destinations for those wanting to sample cutting-edge cuisine that's steeped in rich history, Cape Town in the Western Cape offers amazing smorgasbord of food heritages, towering mountains, the beautiful and icy Atlantic Ocean to iconic architecture and vibrant culture.

4 Dec 2017

Seven things to do in Durban

Durban should be high on your South Africa bucket list, especially if you're looking to travel to a destination where you'll find warm weather all year round and sun-kissed beaches to get your tan on...

1 Dec 2017

Eat, shop, play in Knysna

Somewhere about a one hour 40-minute flight from Johannesburg and a five-hour drive from Cape Town is a place said to be one of the most beautiful parts of the world.

By Jessica Tennant 29 Nov 2017

Ten snorkelling spots to visit along South Africa's coastline

From the warm, inviting waters of the KwaZulu-Natal coastline, to the icy chill of the Atlantic Ocean in the Western Cape, the South African coastline is ideal for snorkelling, whether you're an amateur or a professional.

29 Nov 2017

Five lesser-known hiking trails to explore in Cape Town

Although many people hike up Lion's Head and Table Mountain, not many are aware that there many alternative routes to choose from - some harrowing, while others are simple and enjoyable for the entire family.

28 Nov 2017

Five safari destinations for first-time travellers

A fully-tailored safari is an eye-opening way to get exposed to some of nature's best-kept secrets, without necessarily having to worry about the nitty-gritty of planning the entire trip. With an array of interesting places to comb through in Africa, you can sit back, relax and immerse yourself in exciting exploration.

24 Nov 2017

Tourvest, Chimp & Zee bolsters Sun City activities with aerial adventure course

The park, scheduled to open on 25 November, will comprise individual elevated obstacles and challenges, interconnected to form an exciting aerial adventure course...

24 Nov 2017

How to claim if you're injured on holiday

Accidental injury is the worst thing that can happen to you when you are abroad in an unfamiliar environment. Not only will you be far away from friends and family, you will have no access to your usual doctor or local hospital..

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 23 Nov 2017

Six routes to consider on your next SA road trip

Anyone who has ever visited South Africa will agree that there are many roads and routes to explore - these routes span from the coastal areas to the mountain passes.

22 Nov 2017

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It may not be possible to slow down fast fashion - so can the industry ever be sustainable?

The fashion industry has some major sustainability problems. By 2030, it is predicted that the industry's water consumption will grow by 50% to 118 billion cubic metres, its carbon footprint will increase to 2,791m tonnes and the amount of waste it creates will hit 148m tonnes.

By Mark Sumner 23 Nov 2017

Wood watches designed to stand out

A brand created for the ones who dare stand out, the trendsetters and the risktakers. The Garwood Wood Grain Watches was created with these values in mind in 2013, representing a dynamic juncture between the modern and the classic.

Issued by Monetary Library 10 Nov 2017

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