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Tourism Month: 3 Bucket List Activities To Try In Western Cape

Head over to the Western Cape to tick off some cool bucket list activities.

 

Sa Billionaire Koos Bekker Spent Millions On An Estate In The Uk

The property?s concept is roughly based on their widely successful Babylonstoren development in Franschhoek.

 

Revealed At Last: Koos Bekker?s English Babylonstoren

South African billionaire Koos Bekker has spent six years turning a historic English mansion into a country house hotel

 

Babylonstoren Hotel In South Africa Opens Spice Garden Filled With Plants

A farmhouse hotel in South Africa's Cape Winelands has opened a new plant-filled dining space, designed by Malherbe Rust Architects to pay tribute to the history of the spice trade.

 

A Journey Of Discovery With Opihr Gin

OPIHR Gin is a London Dry Gin infused with exotic hand-picked botanicals, spices and herbs from along the ancient Spice Route.

 

Simple Pleasures, Exceptional Standards And South African Style: At Home In Spectacular Babylonstoren’s New Fynbos Cottages

Everybody knows that money doesn't buy you love - and the same can also be said of taste and style.

 

Architectural Digest Raves About The Glories Of The Western Cape

?An ocean the colour of Bradley Cooper?s eyes, mountains that rival Rio?s Sugar Loaf, and vineyards that produce wine that?s so good, you?ll rethink everything you know about oenophilia.?

 

Day Outings For The Family In Paarl And Wellington

The spectacular scenic beauty of the area lends itself to exploring the outdoors and exciting child-friendly options contribute ...

 

Boer War Heroine Honoured At Koos Bekker?s Cider Farm In England

The South African billionaire, Koos Bekker has managed to turn his Franschhoek wine farm, Babylonstoren into a major selfie destination.

 

Look: The 50 Most Instagrammable Spots In South Africa

Big 7 Travel shares 50 of the best Instagrammable spots in South Africa.