Get yourself to the beach! The Camps Bay strip in Cape Town is a lively blend of cafes, restaurants and bars that stretch from end to end — these spots are perfect for a view of the World Cup. Find more best places to watch the World Cup in South Africa:
The Ngala Safari Lodge lodge in South Africa was the first private game reserve to be included in the Kruger National Park and offers exclusive traversing rights on about 15 010 hectares in one of the most productive wildlife regions of African.
A road trip to the Cape winelands: exploring Franschhoek and beyond From wine farms, gourmet food and charm to French history, this small town a short drive from Cape Town is a great choice when travelling in South Africa. Click through to learn more ab
The Franschhoek wine tram is the best way to wine taste in the Cape Winelands near Cape Town, South Africa without having to drive. You can hop-on and hop-off the tram/bus when you wish and visit up to six wineries a day. Click through for more details ab