Sundays are not the same for me if there isn’t a hunk of meat coming out of the oven, so I went in search of places to enjoy a good old Sunday roast.
Landmarks in their own right, South Africa’s most recognisable hotels are a mix of living history and architectural brilliance. Here are 5 of our favourites.
As head curator of the World Design Capital 2014, Paul Duncan has got an eye for quality. Vuyi Qubeka interviewed him for our September issue (on shelves now), but we kept his best secret hideaway for our web readers.
Aerial photographs of Cape Town: some of the most beautiful images from our recent feature on Simon’s Town.
Some photos from my recent visit to Sossusvlei and Deadvlei – probably the most photographed place in Namibia. There’s a reason for that though – I can’t recommend it highly enough.
Looking for someplace less well trodden than the typical tourist hot spots? Sarah Kahn recommends you get to these destinations before everyone else does.
From the best way to tell wind direction to a fail-safe guide to never getting lost in the bush, here are 15 awesome things I learnt on my way to becoming a safari guide.
Exploring the Badlands in South Dakota and our journey to Yellowstone National Park, the oldest National Park in the world.
This springbok wellington served with parsnip purée, baby root vegetables and a red wine jus from the Lord Milner in Matjiesfontein will be worth the effort!
Why choose an antiquated form of transport that turns a two-hour flight into a two-day meander? Because it’s the finest window seat you’ll ever have.