Where to stay in Johannesburg ? Pablo House – Melville Guest House

Where to stay in Johannesburg ? Pablo House – Melville Guest House

South Africa / Southern Africa /

I went to Johannesburg for the first time last week and stayed at Pablo House – Melville Guest House. From outside we do not expect the slap that returns the place. I had already seen the pictures on the internet but I did not think I would have been so taped. Pablo House Guest House […]

Marble Restaurant | Restaurant in Johannesburg

Marble Restaurant | Restaurant in Johannesburg

South Africa / Southern Africa / The editorial choices /

During my trip in  Johannesburg, i was able to discover amazing restaurants like Marble. Marble is a celebration of quintessential South African fare. It embodies South Africans’ love of cooking with fire, a quality that makes their food culture different from the rest of the world.   Situated in Keyes Art Mile, the growing art and […]

Do it for the … adrenaline?

Do it for the … adrenaline?

South Africa /

With only 45 days left until 2019, I reflect on all the items on my bucket list left unchecked. The one that haunts me the most is “experience something exhilarating”. Not sure what I had in mind when I thought that one up, but with Google to the rescue I found the exact opportunity I was looking […]

Sipping Through Stellenbosch

Sipping Through Stellenbosch

South Africa /

The South African summertime is upon us again! With it comes endless opportunities to explore and take advantage of all the outdoor experiences. One of any wine lovers bucket list should be a day trip to Stellenbosch, and here is why. Located 50 kilometers from Cape Town, Stellenbosch is one of South Africa’s oldest towns. At the […]

10th Anniversary edition: 7-10 September 2017

10th Anniversary edition: 7-10 September 2017

South Africa /

The FNB JoburgArtFair is Africa’s leading art fair focused on contemporary art from the continent and diaspora. Now in its tenth year, it continues to strengthen this position by presenting the finest of contemporary African art alongside memorable exhibitions and groundbreaking initiatives. Since its inception in 2008, Artlogic has set out to grow a sustainable […]

Culture Club Cheese, Cape Town

Culture Club Cheese, Cape Town

South Africa /

They are Cape Town’s first boutique artisan cheese hub and fermented foods hotspot and restaurant. With 80% local and 20% imported cheese, husband and wife Luke and Jessica are seeking to turn Cape Town into South Africa’s cheese capital. Luke is a cheesemaker, monger and affineur from the UK, who has made cheese all over […]

Canopy walkway, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden

Canopy walkway, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden

South Africa /

Built to commemorate the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden’s 100th anniversary in 2013, the ‘Boomslang’ is a 130m canopy walkway discreetly located in the tree tops of this famous garden’s arboretum. It offers striking views of the garden, the mountain and beyond, and should not be missed. DID YOU KNOW? In 2004 the Cape Floristic Region, […]

Portrait of Wendy Trott, ambassador from South Africa

Portrait of Wendy Trott, ambassador from South Africa

South Africa /

t’s no secret that Visiter l’Afrique is a collaborative platform. Every day, travellers publish their travel logs and locals share stories of their daily lives. Some of these locals have even become our ambassadors, always quick to let us know what’s popping and take us along with them around their villages, cities and countries. It’s […]

Breakfast at the African Pride Hotel at Melrose Arch

Breakfast at the African Pride Hotel at Melrose Arch

South Africa /

I was recently invited to a birthday breakfast at the African Pride Hotel at Melrose Arch. We spent the morning in the lap of luxury, devouring delicious and beautifully presented dishes until we couldn’t fit anymore. It’s an ideal location to spoil a loved one or take some time out with good company for a […]

Workshop Newtown: African artistry at its best

Workshop Newtown: African artistry at its best

South Africa /

 Newtown is probably THE up-and-coming neighbourhood in Johannesburg right now. Old factories and warehouses are being renovated into chic new blocks of flats, and clubs and restaurants are popping up everywhere. The venerable Museum of Africa calls it home, as does the Market Theatre, one of Joburg’s most prized pieces of cultural history, and the […]