A design hotel in the heart of the winelands

Expect off-the-wall touches and curve balls of the non-sinister kind at Stellenbosch’s Majeka House

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Maputo hotel takes the fuss out of work trips

It makes sense that Tsogo Sun has opened its maiden Mozambican StayEasy in tropical Maputo

LUXURY TRAVEL: Could it get any better than this?

How do you beat a luxury island getaway that promises narcoleptic-like relaxation and endless hedonism?

Into the great, wide yonder

The best way to travel isn’t always the direct route. The Karoo proves it

TRAVEL: Doing London right

How to visit the big city in style, even though you are paying in rand

CHOBE NATIONAL PARK: Cross the border for a little bush break

Get up close and personal with huge crocodiles, a touching distance of fish eagles and enjoy frequent sightings of giraffe and resident buck

The Beverly Hills: a retro retreat to write home about

The Beverly Hills is an SA icon and the ideal weekend-away splurge

LISTEN: Have podcast, will travel

Condé Nast Traveler is considered the discerning voice for travel inspiration and intel, and this podcast is an extension of it

Fly’s the limit as a sport explodes

A new demographic and an injection of youth have transformed fly fishing

A wee weekend getaway

January frazzling you already?

HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION: Three luxury lodges

Here are three less-discovered luxurious SA getaways for your consideration.

POSH PLACES: Experience something old, something new

A nip here, a tuck there and you’ve got two local classics looking better than ever.

Travelling Europe on SA rand

Travelling light is easy — skip the galleries and just do as the locals do

South Africa’s steamy love affair with trains

Though South Africans enjoy riding trains, vandalism and high costs are making this leisure activity difficult to maintain