Cintsa Horses offer some amazing horse trails taking in spectacular Wild Coast scenery. But what really makes Cintsa Horses special is the Newhampshire Equine Rehabilitation Centre that they help fund.
In Franschhoek, amongst the oaks and amidst the vineyards, is Otter’s Bend Lodge, a perfect place to savour a weekend away.
There are some wonderful surprises in Calitzdorp, just off Route 62. Don’t pass up on cappuccinos and cupcakes from Die Handelshuis and a drive through the heart of the town.
As the Cape Town chill begins to set in, you may find yourself slowly starting to hibernate. This weekend, press pause on your dvd player, pull back the covers and head to Muizenberg for some ice cream, secondhand books, vinyl beats, cappuccinos and a good old beach walk.
Art and coffee come together in a trendy collective known as Haas. Visit the colouful neighbourhood of the Bo Kaap and savour what it has to offer.
When you’ve grown used to surfing only in Cape Town’s summer, nothing chills and thrills like your first surf in the winter waters of Muizenberg.
Once you’ve had enough pickled fish and hot cross buns, Kalk Bay is alive with people, artists, fishermen, seals, coffee snobs and sightseers. Take a drive out from Cape Town and enjoy this little rustic haven.
There is something magical about being a child: everything is new, extremely fun and has the potential to make us laugh. Chapman’s Peak caravan park’s playground provides the chance for you to free your inner child and giggle while doing so.
It’s been years since I braved a train ride in Cape Town, but I decided to hop on and journey to Simonstown on a sunny public holiday to capture the Cape’s coastline in motion.
If you dream of camping on the beach, playing bongoes beside the fire, lazing in a hammorck and floating in salty turquoise ocean, then get in your car and visit the West Coast. Langebaan and Paternoster will leave you wishing you didn’t to leave.