Exotic blue seas, magical sunsets, picturesque mountain ranges, majestic flora, friendly strangers, and divine wine and cuisine. Blessed with a rare Mediterranean climate, South Africa is a must visit place on Earth. With the perfect blend of old and new world influence, and exquisite farm-to-table cuisine and wine tourism, you’ll fall in love with it over and over again. Read on…

If you’re heading to South Africa a trip to the city of Cape Town is a real must. Located at the tip of African continent this magical place is a definite hit on your travel list.  If you happen to only have one day in Cape Town, make sure you do it right. Head for an afternoon tasting at Dorrance Urban Winery.  Urban Wineries are becoming very popular around the world and Dorrance showcases true quality in their winemaking and a quite an experience to remember. Located in heart of the city an  “Urban Winery” is just that, a winery in the city. A place to taste, age and buy wines. This unique old world setting has exposed walls, picturesque oak barrels, and a true feeling of cool. Created by Christophe & Sabrina Durand’s these wines express terroir and elegance in a perfect French style.

Book your dinner reservations at the incredibly designed Bouchon Bistro. You’ll experience sophisticated cool gastronomy that will blow you away.  Enjoy a custom Gin martini for your cocktail, and if you are a larger party, be sure to book dinner in their gorgeous barrel cellar. Filled with culinary excellence, perfect ambiance and brilliant design, you’ll love the charm and down-to-earth feeling.  Stay at the

Need a great place to stay while in Cape Town South Africa? Book a night at the Strand Towers Hotel and enjoy a piano player, and a swim with your morning buffet. If you’re lucky enough to be able to have a couple days or even one to spend discovering the Winelands and visiting wineries. I highly recommend a travel advisor or guide to see the most and the best of the South Africa Winelands, and Go Cape transport were the perfect partners. Drive to Boulders Beach to see the African penguins then relax for an afternoon at Cape Point vineyards. Enjoy a picnic or white table cloth lunch overlooking the Cape waters sipping on Sauvignon Blanc — and if you’re like me, with the million dollar view, you’ll never want to leave South Africa at all…

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