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#1/15
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5
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If it's summer in Cape Town, then think "picnics". You don't even need to pack your own hamper. Here's where to go to set down your rug... read more »
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4.4
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Destination: Cape Town
Where African Jackass Penguins play among Southern Right Whales. Where the Atlantic meets the Indian Oceans. Where fine foods accompany fine wines. Where old meets new. Where else but Cape Town?... read more »
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4
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Though small, the Panorama area of Mpumalanga is home to some of South Africa's most dramatic scenery, plus great dining and shopping opportunities - and national monument status ... read more »
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4
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Destination: Cape Town
There's so much more to Cape Town than the city and the waterfront. Travel south around Table Mountain, where a green and pleasant land of nature reserves, forests and vineyards awaits you... read more »
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4
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Don’t let the fact that you’re short on time put you off driving South Africa's Garden Route. Admire the views, enjoy fresh food and local wine, then sleep it all off in pretty hideaways... read more »
#6/15
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4
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Destination: Cape Town
If you are planning a short trip to Cape Town, pray for sunshine and pack your credit card. Expect scenery, good food, shopping and culture, and read my guide to find out what you must see and do... read more »
#7/15
Rating:
4
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Destination: Cape Town
Cape Town isn't just a beautiful city - it also has a great foodie scene, with strong European influences. From breakfast to sundowners and beyond, these are my favourite places to eat and drink... read more »
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3.5
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Tired of tourist-trap eateries when travelling? 'Eat like a local' guides point you towards fab, friendly, foodie local hangouts. First up: Cape Town, gastronomic capital of South Africa…... read more »
#9/15
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3
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After a bit of sun, sea and winelands? Better get down to the Western Cape region of South Africa... read more »
#10/15
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3
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The Cape Winelands of South Africa may just be the most enjoyable wine-touring oasis on the planet, with great hotels to stay in and plenty of other activities on offer as well as drinking wine ... read more »
#11/15
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3
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If Johannesburg is your base, you could do much worse. There's plenty to see, do and experience on the doorstep and further afield. Places to eat, evening entertainment, days out and weekend visits... read more »
#12/15
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Destination: Cape Town
Cape Town’s foodie scene has grown at a remarkable rate over the past few years. You can see it in the quality of the eateries that have popped up and in the plethora of food stores and markets... read more »
#13/15
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If you like the idea of being able to access Cape Town’s sights, bars and restaurants, but don’t want to stay in a city, then Camps Bay, just 10 minutes from the centre, makes a relaxing alternative... read more »
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Destination: Robertson
Trip type: Food and Drink
Arguably the most dynamic of South Africa’s wine regions, Robertson is a hugely enjoyable place to visit, with wineries and restaurants galore... read more »
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Destination: Cape Town
Trip type: Food and Drink
From Table Mountain to the Atlantic Ocean, Cape Town has a range of mouth-watering food that will keep you returning year after year... read more »
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