Laying eyes on the world's widest curtain of falling water is just the start.
KwaZulu Natal's lunatic warthogs and the most gorgeous ugly animal you are likely to see.
Nothing is a hassle and staff are professional and quick, oozing Africa's famously warm hospitality.
It isn't difficult to understand how this tribe have survived in a dry, unforgiving landscape since the 16th century.
The business class seats come with the tasty food and wine and good-natured service.
A note for your own security: always use Uber or its Middle Eastern equivalent, Careem.
The former grain silo housing this new art gallery is just as arresting as its contents.
Cape Town's Kirstenbosch could well be the world's best botanical garden.