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From the verdant Garden Route to the sub-tropical coast of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa’s landscapes are as diverse as its attractions. There's something for everyone, whether you want to sip sauvignon blanc in Stellenbosch, explore Johannesburg, or spot the Big Five in Kruger National Park.
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- ByWine EnthusiastNew World Wine Destination: Stellenbosch, S.AfricaGuide: https://enth.to/NewWorld Stellenbosch, both as a wine region and town, straddles the Old World and New World. Though grapes were planted shortly after Simon van der Stel founded the “City of Oaks” in 1679, wines taste rooted in modernity. Traverse breathtaking mountain passes past vine-covered foothills and 17th-century Cape Dutch buildings. It’s like being transported to centuries past, an exhilarating contrast.28 items
- ByDameTravelerCape TownFeaturing: V&A Food Market, One&Only Cape Town, The Silo Hotel, The Dairy Den, Honest Chocolate Cafe, Mulberry & Prince, Kloof Street House, Fat Cactus, Truth Coffee HQ, The Test Kitchen, The Old Biscuit Mill, Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel, Table Mountain, Camp's Bay Beach, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Chapman's Peak Drive, Cape Point Nature Reserve, Cape of Good Hope, Hout Bay, Castle of Good Hope, Signal Hill, Clifton Beaches, Robben Island Museum, Lion's Head, Bloubergstrand Beach, Llandudno Beach, Long Street Baths, Devil's Peak, Muizenberg Beach, Cape Grace30 items
- ByWine EnthusiastCity Guide: Cape Town, South AfricaGuide: https://enth.to/CapeTown South Africa’s largest cities each offer unique culinary charms: Johannesburg has steakhouses, and Durban is great for Indian food, but Cape Town is where all of the country’s diverse cultural influences collide. On top of that, a relaxed outdoor lifestyle, mild weather and easy access to the Winelands makes Cape Town an ideal place to visit.16 items