The TV show Masterchef is not only popular here in the UK but also many other countries around the world where they make their own versions including South Africa.
Acacia Africa is offering a more unusual spin on the writer’s retreat this May, as Hannah and Adam Lukaszewicz, otherwise known as the Editors of Getting Stamped will be travelling on the tour operator’s 43-day Kenya To Cape Town overland expedition.
Framed by Table Mountain on the one side and the glistening Atlantic Ocean on the other, the V&A Waterfront's newly launched 2.2km and 5km running route offers one of the most picturesque running tracks in the country.
South Africa has become even better value for money making it an even more tempting holiday destination.
Dollars, euros and pounds spent by international safari tourists are aiding in efforts to conserve rare and endangered species in South Africa.
South Africa’s private game reserves, Namibia’s arid desert landscape and the wilds of Botswana all appeal to our sense of adventure. Also one of the hottest travel prospects for Brits, South Africa is currently the perfect place for a great value safari.
Situated in a place where time stands still, Samara Private Game Reserve offers unique wildlife and spectacular Karoo Mountain scenery. This beautiful South African Eastern Cape reserve provides a tranquil escape to soothe the soul and uplift even the weariest traveller as you gaze across the vast open spaces and stunning terrain reaching to far distant horizons.
Renowned for its exquisite short breaks to some of Europe’s top city, coast and countryside destinations, it shouldn’t be forgotten that Kirker Holidays also tailor makes superb long-haul itineraries.
Jembisa Private Bush Home in South Africa has recently played host to the cast of Made in Chelsea whose safari adventures were broadcast for the first time on Monday night on UK’s E4 channel.
Having set themselves the target of building Africa’s greenest hotel, owners Mario and Annemarie Delicio are thrilled by the opening of Hotel Verde.
Official statistics show that tourists continue to flock to South Africa three years on from the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Rickshaw Travel is not a tour operator. It’s not even a holiday company. It’s a unique provider of travel adventures. Since 2008 and in 17 incredible destinations all across Asia, Latin America and Africa, Rickshaw has ensured its clients can enjoy and fully experience local culture and independent travel without stress or hassle . . . and now it has launched a brand new South Africa program.
The stylish Ambassador Hotel, in Bantry Bay in Cape Town, is pressing ahead with its service and facilities upgrade with the opening of Koi, a restaurant that is known for its exemplary Asian cuisine.
Grand 17th century architecture nestling in a garden wonderland create a romantic fairytale as past meets present.
The stunning South African bush, its exotic wildlife and mesmerising sunsets will be captured on camera this November, the tour operator’s new photography holiday launching at Ant’s Nest – a luxury bush home.
16 to 30 of 192 for South Africa