From naked computer technicians to a concert where the audience - and musicians - are all in the buff, South Africans are embracing whipping their kit off two decades after the fall of apartheid's stuffy rule.
Craig Platt heads to a rocky retreat rated one of the best hotels in the world.
Wildlife rules Africa but many don't realise Cape Town is a green thumb's paradise, writes Sam Vincent.
Cape Town's sights might beckon, but Alison Stewart prefers the Mount Nelson Hotel's afternoon delights.
Greg Baum passes desert and vineyards, wilderness and shanty towns on a train from Cape Town to Johannesburg.
From cape cuisine and cabernet to cape flora and hip-hop, Sam Vincent discovers the city's unique character.
Alison Stewart explores a nook that Cape Town locals would like to keep quiet.
Alison Stewart boards the luxurious Pride of Africa for an epic train journey from Dar es Salaam to Cape Town.
One of the most physically beautiful cities on earth, Cape Town is dominated by the striking Table Mountain, offering incredible views of the city, ocean and surrounds. A sophisticated, modern city, Cape Town offers great dining, a fascinating culture and history (Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned, is a must) and some of the best beaches in South Africa.