Most trips to South Africa involve a night in Johannesburg, the country’s principal air hub.
A must on any Cape Town itinerary is a visit to Vaughan Johnson’s Wine Shop on the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. Johnson’s store has been my source for some very happy purchases.
The once-staid Mount Nelson Hotel has transformed its dining room into this newly vibrant restaurant.
The most dramatic segment of the Garden Route lies just east of Plettenberg Bay. For about 50 miles, the landscape is one of forests, gorges, waterfalls and vertiginous cliffs.
Rio de Janeiro’s most glamorous grand hotel, the Copacabana Palace, recently underwent a $20 million refurbishment program. This included the radical redesign of rooms in the landmark eight-story art deco building.
On a recent trip to South Africa, I decided to reacquaint myself with this classic drive, after a relaxing few days in Cape Town and the neighboring Winelands.
If you’re considering making your next getaway an island experience, you need not think only of far-flung destinations with long, often expensive flights.
The Andrew Harper Traveler Magazine asked the Andrew Harper travel consultants, some of the industry’s most well-traveled experts, based in Chicago, “If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?”