Accommodation


Cape Town is South Africa’s most-visited city and there’s no shortage of accommodation options here, from luxurious four- and five-star hotels and inns to cheap and basic hostels. Visitors coming to the World Cup and hoping to snag accommodations near the Green Point Stadium will also have a range of […]

Hotels Close to the World Cup Stadium in Cape Town


If you are planning a trip to South Africa for the Fifa 2010 World Cup Tournament, or for any reason at all, here are a few tips to help you navigate through this vast and beautiful country. Crime: Caution pays better dividends than denial… There is no getting around the […]

Things You Need To Know About South Africa









The Cango caves near Oudstshoorn are South Africa’s oldest tourist attraction. Discovered (again) in 1780 and opened to the public in 1806, the Cango cave system is a winding network of jewelled caverns stretching well over 5km (so far discovered) The first great chamber you enter is called the Van […]

Cango caves: Oudtshoorn South Africa.




The Zulu Kingdom now offers visitors a chance to experience the Brew Route, similar in many ways to the wine routes of the Western Cape. The Route consists of 8 breweries, which range from SABMiller (second largest brewer in the world) to the family run Farmers Brauhaus in Hattingspruit, Dundee. […]

The Brew Route: Durbans answer to the wine route?