Collected by Susan Burian
There is a sliver of Africa where four countries almost converge: Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Botswana. The Chobe River is one of the many separation points between Botswana and Namibia and it’s also where I experienced one of my favorite...
9th St, Yzerfontein, 7349, South Africa
Beaches Restaurant in Yzerfontein is a great place to stop for quick bite to eat when traveling up the west coast of the Western Cape. This is a small, residential community, so the odds of running into fellow tourists are fairly slim. Sip your...
Skiathos, Langebaan, 7357, South Africa
I went to a wonderful beach eatery called Die Strandloper (The Beachwalker), in Langebaan on the West Coast of South Africa. Taking a walk out to the cooking area, I was dive bombed by a bunch of sea gulls all trying to get their share of the...
Leentjiesklip, Langebaan, 7357, South Africa
One hours drive from Cape Town, Die Strandloper is a restaurant unlike any other... right on the beach, with the sand under your feet and fishing nets above your head, the restaurant functions almost completely off the grid. No electricity means...
Bloubergstrand, South Africa
Bloubergstrand and Table View are only a half-hour or so from Cape Town's city centre, but are in an area often overlooked by travelers. On a clear day, the view from the beach is a postcard-perfect photo backdrop of Table Mountain. You can also...
Sampson St, Kliprug, Paternoster, 7381, South Africa
Talented South African chef Suzi Holtzhausen continues to delight those who seek out her small restaurant, ‘Gaaitjie’ tucked away amongst the rocks on the beach at Paternoster, the charming Cape West Coast Village. Those seeking fresh seafood,...
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