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Visit Cape Town’s First Thursday and stay in the heart of the old city

Brian Berkman recommends you hobnob with artists, visit one of the world’s coolest streets, feel hip and enjoy the vibe as a Millennial might, but then curl up in deluxe age-appropriate, high-thread count comfort.

Stay in romantic cabins and commune with nature at the foot of the Outeniqua

Brian Berkman says this forested hideaway feels very remote but ArendsRus is close enough to George to also enjoy the many other nearby attractions.

Explore all that Sedgefield has to offer while enjoying a total relax!

Brian Berkman typically used to pass through Sedgefield on the N2 without exploring the area further. But since booking in at the four-star In Toto Retreat, he is now a convert and urges you to do the same.

A simple guide to operating a game hunting and agritourism venue

Game farm owners can benefit from hunting, agritourism and breeding. In this article, we discuss some tips on running a sustainable game operation in South Africa.

A unique opportunity to go back in time

Brian Berkman visits Earthbox at Lourensford Wine Estate and ventures 5m down into the earth.

Preserving Klein Karoo landscape while returning original game to the region

Magnificent rooms, wonderful staff and their service, exquisite meals as well as excellent game viewing and nature walks made a stay at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve well worth the drive, wites Brian Berkman.

Unlocking KZN’s South Coast for agritourism

With an abundance of agricultural activity, the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast is a prime destination for agritourism, where leisure travel meets in an immersive agri-centred experience.

Find peace and quiet at Littlestone Cottage

At this quaint stone cottage at the foot of the Outeniqua Mountains you will be disturbed by nothing more than birdsong.

A tranquil retreat in the heart of the Swartberg Mountains

Brian Berkman is thoroughly charmed by a nature reserve and its hospitality in the Klein Karoo. Wildehondekloof Private Game Reserve is about 60km outside of Oudtshoorn in the Western Cape on the road that leads past the Cango Caves.

Peace and tranquillity off the grid on a spectacular farm in the Swartland

Dassenheuwel Farm Stay has the orginal farm homestead for families with all the creature comforts, or the cottages for couples. The choice is yours, writes Riaan Hattingh.

The perfect place to explore ‘big sky country’ near the Gariep Dam

Farmer’s Weekly found the ideal midway stopover between Gauteng and the Western Cape or Eastern Cape if you travel in that direction, says Riaan Hattingh.

Remote, rugged and unforgettable

A fly-in safari experience transports guests into one of the last great remaining wilderness areas, says Brian Berkman.

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