South Africa

From Namibia's Skeleton Coast to the extraordinary landscapes and history of Cape Town, our South Africa voyages take you to the natural wonders and great sites.
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Robben Island, South Africa

Robben Island, South Africa one hour from Franschhoek home of La Clé des Montagnes - 4 luxurious holiday villas on a working wine farm.

Aerial view of Cape Town (Harbour). South Africa

Gorgeous and what a perfect day for this aerial overview of Cape Town Harbour, CBD, and the glorious Table Mountain, in South Africa.

South Africa - Cape Town & Table Mountain

I second that: South Africa - Cape Town, Table Mountain. One of THEEE most beautiful places in the world

Robben Island, South Africa

Robben Island, South Africa one hour from Franschhoek home of La Clé des Montagnes - 4 luxurious holiday villas on a working wine farm.

Stellenbosch, South Africa

wines, One leg of this trip is spent in Stellenbosch for a wine cellar tour and tasting, SouthAfrica

Capetown, South Africa

Cape Town , South Africa only one hour from Franschhoek and La Clé des Montagnes- 4 luxurious villas on a working wine farm.

Stellenbosch.

A travel guide to winetasting and the winelands, Cape Town. Find out more about the winelands and wine tasting and wine routes in Cape Town.

One of our most popular ports of call this winter will be Cape Town, and one place we always recommend visiting when there is Robben Island.  Since 1960, Robben Island has become synonymous with the political struggle against apartheid in South Africa. Political prisoners of the past have included Nelson Mandela and poet Dennis Brutus. The last political prisoners were released in 1991 and on the 1st of January 1997, the Robben Island Museum opened its doors to the public with a number of…

One of our most popular ports of call this winter will be Cape Town, and one place we always recommend visiting when there is Robben Island. Since 1960, Robben Island has become synonymous with the political struggle against apartheid in South Africa. Political prisoners of the past have included Nelson Mandela and poet Dennis Brutus. The last political prisoners were released in 1991 and on the 1st of January 1997, the Robben Island Museum opened its doors to the public with a number of…


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