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Seek Your Next Adventure in South Africa – the Land of Wine and Gold
As the confluence of contemporary luxury and proud cultural heritage, South Africa has been one of the most popular destinations in the past decades.South Africa Luxury Travel Inspiration
Exceptional natural beauty, diverse topography, and centuries of different cultural influences have made South Africa into one of the most exciting countries on the oldest continent.
South Africa takes up almost half a million square miles on the southernmost tip of the African continent. Despite the remote location, it has been a center of trade and migration for its abundant natural riches. People of different races and ethnic groups created a uniquely vibrant culture. The South African culture has a flair for distinct creativity as seen from the teeming city street corners to the exclusive private getaways.
One of the best ways to gain a better understanding of this extraordinary country is through its cuisine, a special blend of Asian, European, and Creole dishes. The bobotie, an egg-topped baked dish of spicy minced meat, is one of the most popular national dishes. The country has no lack of fine dining experience as well. The high-end restaurants deliver…
More Treehouse Experience – Enjoy the ultimate, wild Africa experience under the stars Sleeping in a treehouse in the middle of the bush, with nothing between you and raw nature has to be the ultimate wild Africa experience. Booked in conjunction with a stay at the MORE lodges in the Lion Sands Game Reserve, three treehouses in different locations, are
On the west coast of South Africa, you will find beautiful rocky capes and harbours like Cape Town, below the heights of Table Mountain. About one hour to the northwest of Cape Town, and the white sands of the West Coast Peninsula, there is a grand vista
Singita Ebony Lodge – A fresh and contemporary interpretation of the classic safari lodge Fully refurbished in 2015, Singita Ebony Lodge, the original lodge in the Singita Collection, redefines luxury, adventure and romance. Twelve dreamy suites are arranged under the shade of giant trees, with private heated plunge pools and outdoor decks that are suspended from the riverbank. Lavish interiors
Like the phoenix raising from the ashes – the rebuilt safari luxury lodge A five-star, private safari lodge and villa located in the 35,000-hectare Welgevonden Game Reserve, Mhondoro Lodge is as sophisticated as it is family-friendly. Extensively rebuilt following a fire in 2015, the interiors are a soothing fusion of contemporary simplicity and African chic; five free-standing suites and one
Panoramic bush views and captivating game sightings are the essence of the Chitwa Chitwa Lodge experience. Situated at the northern end of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, a place rich in biodiversity, the lodge overlooks a lake that is a year-round watering hole, and thus promises a constant parade of wildlife, even before
Unfolding serenely in an enchanting Milkwood forest of gnarled trees that are hundreds of years old, the 2,500-hectare Grootbos Private Nature Reserve located at the tip of Southern Africa invites travellers to discover a land of fynbos plains and hills bordered by majestic mountains and tinged with
Opened in 2017 as part of the Royal Portfolio, the Silo Hotel is a celebration of art, architecture and design. Housed in a former grain silo on Cape Town’s V&A waterfront, it is one of the most exciting new five-star hotels in the city, and shares the building
Along the southern coast of South Africa, far beyond the point where the Atlantic ends, the Indian Ocean thoroughly dominates the warm and temperate climate of the coastline, which runs east and west. There is an excellent highway here that follows this green span of farmland, low hills, and
Lion Sands Ivory Lodge hugs the banks of the perennial Sabie River, where many of the region’s 200 wildlife species come to quench their thirst. Nine magnificent villas with pitched roofs and huge picture windows artfully mix slick urban style with tribal accents to create an ultra-indulgent pad, enhanced by