South Africa

South Africa Travel Guide

Articles about South Africa

By Sarah Khan
While all you residents in the Northern Hemisphere are reveling in your well-deserved summer, some of us down at the bottom of the globe are freezing. Well, freezing might be a stretch (winter temps in Cape Town tend to hover in the 50s), but the ...
By Susie Poppick, Turner Cowles, and Kate Santichen / Money
International travel is great for broadening your cultural horizons, but it can get expensive. Luckily, our friends at Travel + Leisure teamed up with us to give you some great ideas for memorable trips abroad that won’t obliterate your bank accou...
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 ...

Restaurants in South Africa

Distinguished as the only urban winery in South Africa, Signal Hill is housed in a two-story, colonial-style white stucco building dating back to 1771.