The city features as fabulous global destination on television shows and online.
A bush lodge by the sea? You'd better believe it, writes Tony Jackman, who experienced upper-class hospitality.
For those who revel in the beauty of stained glass, a visit to the All Saints Church in Ficksburg is a must.
Hartbeespoort and Pilanesberg provide a welcome dose of countryside living, writes Hasmita Nair.
Can you truly leave the stress of Joburg behind less than an hour from the city? Brendan Seery finds out.
This quaint suburb seems to have shrugged off its reputation as a students' only hangout.
Adrian Rorvik takes a break on the South Coast.
The Pondoland coastline is surely the most pristine in the country, if not in Africa, writes Karen Watkins.
Brookdale Health Hydro surely lays claim to one of KwaZulu-Natal's prettiest locations.
Apart from the abundance of fresh produce that grows seemingly at will, it's a must-visit place for anyone who likes to paint.
Staid Cape Dutch manor houses on winelands estates are turning into palaces of art.
Billed as the most luxurious train in the world, Rovos Rail certainly lives up to its reputation.
The stare, and roar of a lion epitomises the feral experience of the Kalahari.
The book is illustrated with gorgeous pictures of Namibia, mainly sourced from Wikimedia Commons.
Perched on a hill on the Fort Nottingham Road is an outlet that's a favourite with New York designers. Peta Lee visited Shuttleworth Weaving.
Tim Whitfield decided to spend his annual leave walking from Port Alfred to the Fish River.