48 hours in Cape Town

by Travelbag on 24 April 2018, 15:04PM 48 hours in Cape Town Cape Town is South Africa’s second biggest city after Johannesburg. Most visitors come to see the famous sites relating to Nelson Mandela and Apartheid But there's so much more to scratch beneath the surface. In this city, the outdoors blends effortlessly with edgy urban spots – Table Mountain National Park is literally in the city. South Africa's world-beating wines are no secret – and where there’s good wine, there’s good food. You can expect to find amazing restaurants here. What’s more, a large population of artisans and designers have created hip spaces in districts like Woodstock and Greenmarket Square. Sounds like a lot to take in, doesn't it? If you're not sure where to start, take a look at this handy 48-hour itinerary for things to do in Cape ...
South Africa: The Ultimate Foodie Getaway Guide

South Africa: The Ultimate Foodie Getaway Guide

So you’ve planned where you need to go in Australia to discover spectacular cuisine but it doesn’t stop there, South Africa is the next location to add onto your foodie destinations list.  South African cuisine is far from the ordinary...but for all the right reasons. Their food is mainly influenced by the indigenous population and other countries such as France and Malaysia. M...
by Travelbag on 06 May 2016, 14:05PM



Fiction Map of the world- South Africa

Fiction Map of the world- South Africa

If you are interested in natural, geographical and social diversity, you need to get yourself over to South Africa. There is no place quite like it, there is certainly nowhere else on earth with a culture and history quite as rich and fascinating. In fact, there are wildlife parks here which span multiple ecosystems – the iSimangaliso Wetland Park spans five – so you can only imag...
by Travelbag on 23 February 2015, 09:02AM



Top 10 most colourful cities in the world

Top 10 most colourful cities in the world

1. Delhi, India Delhi is amongst one of the most colourful cities in the world, and features stunning temples and shrines that burst with colour and detail. The annual Holi is the festival of colour and sees India and particularly Delhi decorated in bright colours, from the pavements and streets to the faces of the people. 2. Cancun, MexicoMexico as a country is vibrant and bursting with life. ...
by Ellen Morgan on 30 July 2014, 09:07AM



Animal magic at Shamwari Game Reserve

Animal magic at Shamwari Game Reserve

We were tracking an elephant, which was playing hide and seek with us when suddenly our vehicle came to an abrupt stop. Our ranger, Westley, let out a soft squeal of excitement, while pointing to a reddish catlike shadow. This was the first time we heard our normally cool and collected ranger, Westley, change his pitch of voice. So we didn’t know whether to be worried or scared. Composing ...
by Rianne Ojeh on 18 June 2014, 10:06AM



Getting high in Tsitsikamma National Park

Getting high in Tsitsikamma National Park

‘Five, four, three, two BUNGEEEEE….’ Suddenly, I had left solid ground and was swan diving through the air, reaching speeds of 60mph as I dropped for seven seconds before springing back upwards and bouncing around like a rag doll for a further minute. I was hanging somewhere in the canyon below Bloukrans Bridge in South Africa, and had just ticked off a major bucket list activ...
by Louise Evans on 17 June 2014, 10:06AM



Visit some of the best movie locations

Visit some of the best movie locations

With the release of some epic blockbusters in recent weeks including The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, showcasing some stunning sites across the world. Fancy recreating some of your favourite movie moments? We’ve put together some of the best film locations to visit. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug- New ZealandFollow ...
by Lia Holloway on 11 December 2013, 12:12PM



Top 5 Places in the World for Whale Watching

Top 5 Places in the World for Whale Watching

Watching a whale burst through the water's surface is a fascinating and unforgettable sight. There's something quite magical about seeing the largest mammal in their natural environment, at its most glorious. Whale-watching is one of the most popular wildlife experiences, but you might be surprised by how many countries have these gentle giants in their waters. So when you're planning your holid...
by Rianne Ojeh on 30 September 2013, 14:09PM



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