This place is pretty wild says Matthew Sterne (no, not only Saturday nights at the Hangklip Hotel).
Curiosity skilled the cat. It’s also what I blame for always wanting to see what’s around the next bend in the road. Just. One. More. Look. Because knowing is better than not knowing, and going is better than staying.
On this Cape Winelands road trip, Matthew Sterne finds a way to see (and taste) the maximum in a weekend.
Surrounded by nature, Pringle Bay is a small town with a big attraction for those wanting to spend time outdoors or just enjoy the view.
Have you ever wanted to climb the world’s largest active volcano? Well, this is how you do it.
Expert advice on what hikers can do to stay safe while hiking.
In the Cape, wine farms celebrate harvest time with generous festivals. These are five of the best.
The Genadendal Trail is a fairly tough two-day hike with little shade, but the bursts of fynbos, interchanging views and refreshing swimming holes make it memorable.
If you don’t have the time or the funds for a guided multi-day trail, here’s an alternative: a trail over Table Mountain that you can do in three days, no camping required.