There are less than 150 days to Christmas, and you know your company’s end-of-year party is around the corner. Winner of SA Tourism’s Welcome Award in 2009 and 2011, the SAB World of Beer offers your company a year-end party to remember.
It offers plenty of tours, including a virtual reality that brings Charles Glass back to life and a 3D venture into an Egyptian tomb, while its resident brewer will host a beer tasting and run a tasting competition for the staff.
Submerge yourself in the city. Feel the energy and catch the beat of Afro-pop, hip-hop or jazz at a shebeen or all-night club; play in our casinos, dine and follow the pulse of our rhythm to your next urban African adventure.
This tavern in Bree Street is called Black Label.
Glenlivet offers you the opportunity to see why it is regarded as a benchmark single-malt whisky.
Enjoy a four-course meal while being taken on a sensory voyage of discovery with Glenlivet to gain a greater understanding of how this award-winning single malt is produced.
Founded in the 1800s, Glenlivet reflects the taste of the Speyside region of Scotland with its distinct flavours and complexity; it was so envied by other distilleries that many adopted the appellation “Glenlivet” by tagging it on to their distillery name.
The seventh Tops Soweto Wine Festival will kick off National Tourism Month with a three-day wine and lifestyle event in Soweto aimed at attracting 10 000 visitors and 100 wineries from across South Africa. Last year, the festival sold out on both Friday and Saturday and attracted a massive 7 500 visitors.
More than 100 of South Africa’s favourite wineries, including Bon Courage, Groot Constantia, KWV and Simonsig, will be offering nearly 1 000 wines for tasting. Visitors will also be able to buy wine at discounted prices at the festival wine shop, which will be operated by Norman Goodfellows.
One of the highlights promises to be Nederburg’s free food and wine pairing classes presented by winemaker Tariro Masayiti and the Cape Wine Academy.
This weekend leave your troubles behind and enjoy some good old-fashioned fun with the family. Kids will really enjoy the activities we’ve lined up as they involve open space and delicious home-made food that’s hearty and healthy. The weather is warmer so there’s no excuse not to be outdoors.