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Food & Wine

Bring a large appetite. A foodie tour of South Africa will uncover hefty and succulent steaks, elegant haute cuisine, low-key braais under the sun and influences from all over Africa, the East and Europe. Wine lovers will of course be drawn to the Cape Winelands – one of the finest destinations in the world for tipsy lunches and idyllic scenery.

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    Wine Routes of South Africa

    Wine Routes of South Africa

    Western Cape

    South Africa boasts 18 official wine routes and 2 brandy routes – 99% of them in the country’s wine capital – the Western Cape. The bloodlines of the South African winemaking industry, our wine routes reflect not only the development of our winemaking tradition, but like a fine vintage, our country’s maturation into a full-bodied, flavourful democracy.

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    Karoo Cookery School

    Karoo Cookery School

    Prince Albert, Karoo

    African Relish is a recreational Karoo cookery school in Prince Albert, a quaint town in the Karoo. Gourmands increasingly visit this region for its restful atmosphere, abundance of locally grown produce, organic and small-scale food artisan producers, local wines, and gorgeous scenery.

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    9 food experience to enjoy in South Africa

    9 food experience to enjoy in South Africa

    Various

    Yes, we have Table Mountain, the Big Five, pristine beaches, the alluring winelands and world-class airports... but we also have food experiences as diverse as our Rainbow Nation.

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    Old Buicuit Mill, Cape Town

    Old Buicuit Mill

    Cape Town

    At the Old Biscuit Mill in Albert Road, Woodstock, you can dine in some of Cape Town's best restaurants, view beautiful artworks, buy designer items and, on weekends, browse one of the trendiest markets in the city.

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