Hitesh Gupta
10 Cape Town adventure activities

10 Cape Town adventure activities[Hitesh Gupta] From the peak of the table mountain to the bottom of the sea point; the mother city holds within an exhaustive range of wonders to appease the adventure-lust of any tourist.

Posted 7 days ago | Like
Ruth Cooper
Five things to do in Paarl and Wellington

Five things to do in Paarl and Wellington[Ruth Cooper] I recently spent an enjoyable two days exploring, dining and drinking in Paarl and Wellington. Here are my top five activities when spending a weekend round these small-town parts.

Posted 14 days ago | Like
Pasqua Heard
Spend a weekend in Tulbagh

Spend a weekend in Tulbagh[Pasqua Heard] Do you want an idyllic escape from the city, but only have a weekend to work with? Based on a recent visit, I recommend Schalkenbosch Wine Estate in Tulbagh, as it's only 1.5 hours from Cape Town and will exceed your expectations if you're looking for some peace and quiet.

Posted 20 days ago | Like (1)
Angie White
Heritage meets luxury at the Portswood Hotel

Heritage meets luxury at the Portswood Hotel[Angie White] Harnessing a history true to the Cape, a stay at the Portswood Hotel is truly something special. After arriving at the hotel in the V&A Waterfront vicinity, the first thing we noticed as we walked into the reception hall was the well situated in the centre...

Posted 1 month ago | Like
Angie White
A vibrant view of Cape Town at the Commodore Hotel

A vibrant view of Cape Town at the Commodore Hotel[Angie White] Located within the V&A Waterfront vicinity, the Commodore Hotel welcomed us with warm hospitality and spectacular panoramic views of the city on a beautiful sunshiny day in Cape Town...

Posted 1 month ago | Like (1)
Ruth Cooper
Old charm at Webersburg

Old charm at Webersburg[Ruth Cooper] Webersburg, one of the oldest wine estates in South Africa is still looking pretty good for 219-years-old. Nestled on the slopes of the Helderberg Mountain just outside of Stellenbosch, this boutique estate boasts traditional Cape Dutch style buildings and cellars...

Posted 1 month ago | Like
Angie White
Magic moments at the Michelangelo Hotel

Magic moments at the Michelangelo Hotel[Angie White] Arriving at the Michelangelo Hotel, situated in the heart of Sandton on Nelson Mandela Square, we were immediately struck by the elegance and prestige of this beautiful establishment...

Posted 2 months ago | Like (1)
Ruth Cooper
J-Bay's best: Surf Lodge South Africa

J-Bay's best: Surf Lodge South Africa[Ruth Cooper] Jeffreys Bay is synonymous with surfing. The multitude of beaches and point breaks surrounding this small coastal town, plus the fact that it boasts one of the best right hand point breaks in the world, attracts surfers of all skill levels.

Posted 2 months ago | Like
Ruth Cooper
Staycationing at the Vineyard Hotel

Staycationing at the Vineyard Hotel[Ruth Cooper] One of the things that makes the Vineyard Hotel in Newlands truly special is the grounds it is situated on. Expansive gardens that include a babbling river with jungly walk ways along it plus spectacular views of Table Mountain make this charming hotel a favourite for weddings, lengthy lunches and little staycations.

Posted 2 months ago | Like (1)
Allison Foat
48 hours in Cape Town

48 hours in Cape Town[Allison Foat] On your marks, jet set, go! You have a 48-hour weekend coming up in gorgeous Cape Town and you need to maximise your minutes: see the sights, eat all the food, drink all the wine, and drench your eyes with views.

Posted 2 months ago | Like
Nicci Botha
Chic with a little cheek at the Franschhoek Boutique Hotel

Sapphire room
Sapphire room
[Nicci Botha] When an establishment calls its rooms boudoirs, you know it hides something a little sassy beneath its sophisticated veneer that deserves exploring...

Posted 3 months ago | Like (1)
Ruth Cooper
A forest getaway at Platbos

A forest getaway at Platbos[Ruth Cooper] A two-hour drive from Cape Town, and just past Stanford, is a magical green oasis in the form of an ancient milkwood forest. Somewhat of an anomaly this lush 40 hectare forest has survived and flourished against all odds...

Posted 3 months ago | Like (2)
Angie White
Snug as a bug at the Capital Mirage

Snug as a bug at the Capital Mirage[Angie White] Arriving at the Capital Mirage, the location is the first detail that gets you excited with a variety of trendy spots and coffee shops literally down the road...

Posted 3 months ago | Like
Ruth Cooper
Autumn indulgence in Elgin

Autumn indulgence in Elgin[Ruth Cooper] A stay in one of the air stream trailers at Old Mac Daddy in Elgin has been on my bucket list since they opened.

Posted 3 months ago | Like
Allison Foat
A right royal trip, fit for a queen

A right royal trip, fit for a queen[Allison Foat] 2016 is a very festive time to be in Great Britain, it's Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ll' s 90th year and with her second official birthday approaching on 11 June, the next few weeks are a particularly good time to do a royal-themed trip to that part of the world.

Posted 4 months ago | Like
Janine Lazarus
Karibu Zanzibar! - Janine Lazarus Media Consultancy

Janine Lazarus[Janine Lazarus] When the East African paradise of the Spice Islands is the idyllic destination for facilitating a talent management development programme, long days of communications coaching are nothing to complain about...

Posted 5 months ago | Like
Ruth Cooper
The rolling hills of Brahman

The rolling hills of Brahman[Ruth Cooper] The bathroom at the Oribi self-catering cottage at Brahman Hills in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands is an exhibitionist's dream come true - a shrinking violet's worst nightmare.

Posted 5 months ago | Like
Ruth Cooper
Game reserve getaway

Game reserve getaway[Ruth Cooper] An hour's drive from King Shaka International Airport in Durban is the secluded Tala Collection Private Game Reserve. Boasting up-close-and-personal game spotting of giraffe, rhino, zebra and so much more this reserve is a perfect itinerary stop if exploring the KZN area.

Posted 5 months ago | Like
Ruth Cooper
The Swiss Adventure Part 2 - Curling and Klosters

The Swiss Adventure Part 2 - Curling and Klosters[Ruth Cooper] Day two in Switzerland dawned clear and sunny with not a cloud in the sky or a whisper of wind; however, it was still cold enough to make you catch your breath when first stepping out of any form of heating.

Posted 6 months ago | Like
Ruth Cooper
The Swiss adventure part 1 - A day in Davos

The Swiss adventure part 1 - A day in Davos[Ruth Cooper] The crack of virgin snow, your boots the first to break the pure. Inhale the air so fresh and damp; fill your lungs and exhale a puff of icy smoke. It's all so still, so silent, the crunch crunch of footsteps the only sound.

Posted 6 months ago | Like (1)