Bubbly and Bushwhacking at Villiera Wine Farm

Fizz, champers, MCC, Sparkling Wine or Cap Classique. Whatever you call it, there’s nothing quite like a day spent in the Cape Winelands relishing a glass of bubbles made…

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Old School Charm in Cape Town’s Independent Theatre

Indulge in a little nostalgia and enjoy a curated selection of films at The Labia – South Africa’ oldest Independent Art-Repertory Cinema.

Located in what was once an Italian ballroom…

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Just Fabulous: Funny Girl at the Fugard Theatre

The lights dim, the audience grows quiet, and a small stage in Cape Town is transformed into 1920’s Brooklyn as Fanny Brice (Ashleigh Harvey) belts out ‘I’m The…

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Safari on Horseback at Aquila Game Reserve

Close enough to watch the water evaporate off the back of a sleek hippo, and near enough to count the wrinkly folds on a rhino! This is the type of…

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10 000 Feet of Air & Adrenaline with Mother City SkyDiving – Cape Town

I’m poised on the edge of a tiny Cessna airplane with no door, 10 000 feet above the hazy curve of the distant ground, about to hurtle myself into…

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A Rendezvous at Café Roux

I was privileged enough to watch South African singing legend, PJ Powers live at Café Roux in Cape Town recently and at the end of her performance, PJ thanked Caf…

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Segways and Sustainability at Spier Wine Farm

Spier’s journey towards an increasingly sustainable future is an inspiring one, but no better way is there to experience it at every level than from their exhilarating Segways.

Aside…

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Runner Ducks and Wonderful Reds at Vergenoegd Wine Estate

The distant whistle of the duck handlers indicated the start of Vergenoegd’s famous daily Duck Parade. Like the excited children next to me, I lined up in anticipation and…

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Elevating Eco Tourism at Spier’s Eagle Encounters

Stroke the silky-soft feathers of a surprisingly little Barn Owl, experience the rush of air as a Spotted Eagle Owl whooshes silently over your head and feel the weight…

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New Friends and Sumptuous Dinner at the Reverie Social Table

The concept of social dining dates all the way back to Ancient Greece, but it’s arguably been perfected by Chef Julia Hattingh at her warm and intimate restaurant, aptly…

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