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Birds, Bees and Butterflies

CapeTalk’s advice on how to fill your garden with bees, birds and butterflies. Invite the buzz, whir and tweet of some colourful little guests that will appreciate your garden as much as you do.

Visit Stellenbosch Initiative

‚ÄėVisit Stellenbosch‚Äô launches initiative to drive recovery of local business.

The Flowering Trees on Durban’s Berea

Durban has an irresistible vacation atmosphere, and is known for the idyllic beaches, its world-class surf spots and diverse cultural community, and of course, it’s subtropical climate.

Cape Tourism Month

To mark the start of Tourism Month, the Department of Tourism is excited to announce that the Western Cape has been awarded the prestigious Safe Travels Stamp by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC).

Inspired by ancient ruins, Frankie Pappas crafts a green-roofed, brick guesthouse that connects deeply with nature.

Hidden amidst the dense trees of a private reserve in Waterberg, South Africa, is a long, narrow building that appears to grow from a steep cliff out into the treetops. Crafted from local brick that evokes the sandstone rock face and capped with a green roof, the House of the Tall Chimneys is a guesthouse by Johannesburg-based architecture studio Frankie Pappas that celebrates a visceral connection with nature.

Fynbos Foraging

Founder of Veld & Sea, Roushanna Gray, is a wild food innovator and avid forager.

A Land of Succulents

The Little or Klein Karoo, which is a long valley bordered by the Swartberg and the Langeberg Mountains in the Western Cape, forms the southern sibling of the larger Karoo - the Great or Groot Karoo occupies the northern part.

These are some of our top Gauteng weekend getaways

With the travel ban recently lifted, the adventurers amongst us can start exploring again! As weekend warriors the Adventure-Avontuur Afrika team put together their top five weekend getaways that is not too far from Jozi and Pretoria.