Rest of South Africa

Rest of South Africa Travel Guide

Articles about Rest of South Africa

By Spencer Spellman
I was both excited and nervous stepping off the plane in Durban, South Africa. On one hand, I was eager to experience the culture and warmth of the region. Still, just weeks before Durban was all over the news for xenophobic attacks. There was ...
By Spencer Spellman
I was both excited and nervous stepping off the plane in Durban, South Africa. On one hand, I was eager to experience the culture and warmth of the region. Still, just weeks before Durban was all over the news for xenophobic attacks. There was ...
By Spencer Spellman
I was both excited and nervous stepping off the plane in Durban, South Africa. On one hand, I was eager to experience the culture and warmth of the region. Still, just weeks before Durban was all over the news for xenophobic attacks. There was ...
By Spencer Spellman
I was both excited and nervous stepping off the plane in Durban, South Africa. On one hand, I was eager to experience the culture and warmth of the region. Still, just weeks before Durban was all over the news for xenophobic attacks. There was ...
By Sarah Khan
We here at T+L know that our readers are the savviest around. So when I decided to go to South Africa essentially on a whim with three weeks’ notice, I decided it would be prudent to leave the trip planning to the experts. And if Micato Safaris’ i...

Hotels in Rest of South Africa

A two-room inn opened in 2006 by a local farmer named Tinie Bekker. A soft-spoken fiftysomething Afrikaner whose ancestors were among the first Boers to settle the Karoo in the early 1750’s, Bekker inherited the family’s grape and dairy farm in 1982.

Restaurants in Rest of South Africa

Jemima's offers superb Karoo cuisine, such as lamb in muscatel sauce.

Things to do in Rest of South Africa

Take the soaring Montagu Pass over the Outeniqua Mountains and onto the Garden Route, only 90 minutes away.