The Marly has been recently renovated in the most prime location in the Mother City - right on Camps Bay's beach.
"My son, Taylan inspired me to do this," says Jeff Ayliffe, the man who recently made jaws drop as he took on the Table Mountain cableway on just two hands.
Battery Park is fast establishing itself as that cool teenager everyone wants to be friends with.
Anneline Hlangani takes on the Bloukrans River Bridge bungee jump in Tsitsikamma, Eastern Cape
theLAB Guesthouse, where high-tech meets eco-luxury.
Jane is one of seven dogs in charge of sniffing out dangerous goods at Cape Town International Airport - watch how she does it.
This small wine valley in South Africa's Western Cape entices travellers' senses through wine, fynbos scents and dramatic scenery that writes music with Mother Nature.
In a world of instant gratification, the award-winning duo behind the Figure of Eight Dance collective is using the language of dance to show there is a hidden power in learning to wait.
While the Worcester region is well-known for its sun-kissed wine, a rainy day makes for a relaxing jaunt through this part of South Africa's Western Cape.
In the latest episode of the Check-In we chat to Megan van der Merwe of Beau Constantia and Gregory Brink Louw of Silvermist Vineyards.
The biggest diamond in the world was mined in Cullinan, and those who live there won't let you forget it.
Summertime and the living is easy. Spread a blanket, tuck into some delicious treats and enjoy the moment.
There's a lot to do and see in the Jacaranda City, but here are some of the best parts to do in a day - from Freedom Park to Menlyn Maine.
In conversation with South African Winemaker Matt Day from Klein Constantia, and Justin van Wyk, Constantia Glen ib what makes an enticing winelands experience.
A part-time van lifer at home in Australia, World Nomad Joel heads to Colorado for a meet up, meeting like-minded travelers whose way of life is one of constant movement and a profound sense of freedom. On a road trip north to Idaho, Joel falls in...
Curnard's MS Queen Elizabeth stops at Cape Town harbour along its world cruise. The same ship Nelson Mandela has cruised on, as well as Desmond Tutu.
A weekend in Witzenberg can be quirky, adrenaline-fuelled, traditional, tasty, spicy, romantic, budget-friendly, luxurious and more. And it's always breathtakingly beautiful.
Our viewer Ludwig Yorck took a study trip to the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico, where he visited the famed Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza.
From the famed Marienplatz tothe Royal Residence, this group of U.S. tourists visited Munich's highlights. They're traveling with Road Scholar, a non-profit organization that imparts education through travel.
From modern art to traditional customs: Here's a summary of everything you ought to know about Munich.
Two sisters show us around their hometown Zipaquira, which is world-famous for the wonders its salt mines harbor.
Traveling to see the world or going on vacation is what almost everyone looks forward to, but getting there is often the hardest part.
DW viewer Seth Umbenhauer made an impressive video of his hiking trip through Norway, complete with fjords, mountains and waterfalls.
American Andrew Roth leads you to the west coast of the USA. In his home city of San Francisco, he shows popular tourist attractions from the Golden State Bridge to Chinatown.
Getting to your destination is half the fun - which is where micro-itineraries help you discover hidden gems you might simply have driven straight past.
Marco, a retired university professor, takes us to some of his favorite places: the ornate church of Sao Francisco de Assis, the old-town district, the market place, a historic train station, and the local parks.
Ligia Mariaca shows us the most interesting spots in her Andean city, which lies over 3,500 meters above sea level. And she reveals a trick to help gasping tourists catch their breath.
Spitsbergen lies halfway between Norway's mainland and the North Pole. The largest settlement on the archipelago is Longyearbyen. Nicole Frolich visits the northernmost town in Europe.
The Volklingen complex was shut down in 1986, and the site was later converted into an industrial museum. It was declared a a UNESCO World Heritage Site.in 1994.
Riebeek Kasteel is known for its food, art galleries and Royal Hotel's veranda - the perfect spot for a late afternoon g&t. But it's also the ideal base from where to explore the Swartland Wine and Olive Route.
It's about getting deliberately lost in a place where time is no object.
Elegant restaurants, cushy loft rooms and a golf course snuggled in the arms of mountains - Erinvale Estate is a great spot for couples who love to play together.
According to famous travel writer Patricia Schultz, these six destinations should be next on your travel bucket list before the rest of the world catches on.
Cape Cycle Routes, an initiative of the Western Cape Government, has crafted a route from Citrusdal onto the eastern bank of the Olifant's River and Algeria, up to the base of Uitkyk Pass. It's the best way to see the berg.
Either by SUP, waterbike or boat, visiting the canals of Cape Town in South Africa is like gliding through a whole different city.
Did you know there is a sweet-spot window period for booking your holiday? Odette Falling, CEO of Travel Check has all the latest destinations to add to your wanderlust Radar for 2020 + plus the tips and trends for an affordable holiday.
Sable International expert John Dunn joins us to talk about SA's unprecedented level of emigration - and shares what those planning this big move need to consider before taking the plunge.
Overtourism has plagued some European cities for a while now - but here are lesser-known cities to check out if you want to skip the crowds.
Dreaming of sailing away from the world into the blue? Take a loot at the luxurious proudly South African Leopard 50 catamaran.
Bas Verkaik from STORM Eindhoven tells Traveller24 about e-mobility, the difficulty of border crossings and creating new technology to achieve your dreams.
Paris' metro is the heart of the city. With 220 km of rail, 302 stations and 13 lines, it transports more than five million people daily. Construction tested many methods: wooden tunnels, ground freezing systems, and submerged chambers in the Seine.
See Cape Town in a way you never imagined!
Passports around the world come in varying shades of only four colours - but governments can actually pick whichever colour they want.
Join world nomad, Ash Bhardwaj, as he explores the unusual and very different sauna etiquette traditions of arctic countries. Not one to hold back, Ash fully immerses himself (quite literally) in the customs of the sauna whether it's jumping naked...
The Vineyard Hotel in Cape Town launched new charging stations for electric cars, as part of a 9-day road trip with green cars from Johannesburg to the Mother City organised by Generation.e.
Many African cities like Luanda and Dar es Salaam are experiencing a population boom, growing exponentially. But these cities also have beautiful attractions worth visiting.