Rekai Mapenda is a 'Tree-preneur' who is responsible for 25 000 spekboom trees that he's grown as part of the Wonder Plant's entrepreneur development program.
A flower that smells like rotting flesh? A plant that can drown a rat? These are some of the weird and wonderful plants and fungi to be found in the world.
Vardy and his jockey Craig Zackey took home the coveted R1.5 million prize at this year's race in Kenilworth, Cape Town.
This Garden Route resort offers a home away from home base for your next break.
DW viewer Svitlana Seliverstova from the Ukraine went to Venice with her son. The trip was his gift to her for Mother's Day.
Globetrotter Steve Hanisch visits Cali in Colombia and tries dancing the Salsa.
You probably know the land-based Big 5 all too well - but South Africa is also home to the marine Big 5.
Japan keeps its leading position in 2020 passport ranking. The UAE passport experiences the biggest rise in the last decade.
One of the most beautiful landscapes in Namibia - and a photographer's dream - the Spitzkoppe has been more than 120 million years in the making as a desert playground for those who love adventure.
Travel to Zanzibar, Tanzania with World Nomads' Andres Brenner and Nin Van Wechem, as they discover what the idyllic island as to offer. A melting pot of African and Indian influences, Zanzibar has plenty to offer, from exploring historic Stone To...
DW viewer Rainer Gottlinger took a cruise down China's longest river, the Yangtze. He captured the highlights like the Three Gorges Dam and natural surroundings on video.
DW viewer Geovanna shows you around San Jose, Costa Rica's capital, from the cathedral to the market. She also takes you to see stunning flora and fauna at La Paz Waterfall Gardens.
While airline catering is a multibillion-dollar industry, you might be better off eating at the terminal before boarding.
Freezing and charming at the same time: a journey through northern Norway. Globetrotter Steve Hanisch explores the Lofoten islands, including isolated Fjords, fishing villages and the world's best cinnamon buns.
The Beethoven House was founded in 1889, and includes a museum and memorial site devoted to Bonn's most famous son. A new permanent exhibition shows what Beethoven was like as a person, as well as an artist.
Vienna is famous for its food -- including Wiener Schnitzel and Sachertorte. We talk to a chef and a pastry chef to find out what makes these dishes so special.
In Los Angeles, Joel prepares to meet his birth father, a man missing from his life since he was a very young boy, living in the Philippines. First, he investigates what it means to be Filipino in the US and visits a community in Stanton where tra...
Join World Nomad Joel, in Washington state where he meets Native American Indians who introduce him to their delicious food, generous hospitality, music, dance, and most profoundly, the custom of the sweat lodge. As a dancer by profession, Joel jo...
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From beautiful architecture to shopping streets, historic blue walls and tree-lined avenues, these are superb strolling spots.
South African conservationist Grant Fowlds has a unique commitment to everything endangered and shares the force behind his latest book Saving the Last Rhino.
British Airways trials 3-D printing to improve punctuality and reduce emissions caused by flying spare parts around the world.
Join World Nomad Joel, as he explores New Mexico, aka Land of Enchantment. In this state of desert and mountains, he discovers a striking landscape and a particular light and vibe that encourages creatives to settle and work here. Joel visits the ...
The ultimate summer job takes hard work and dedication, according to these two locals from Pletternberg Bay.
Tintswalo at Boulders is a boutique villa, best experienced with your favourite plus one.
The Marly has been recently renovated in the most prime location in the Mother City - right on Camps Bay's beach.
Battery Park is fast establishing itself as that cool teenager everyone wants to be friends with.
theLAB Guesthouse, where high-tech meets eco-luxury.
Jane is one of seven dogs in charge of sniffing out dangerous goods at Cape Town International Airport - watch how she does it.
This small wine valley in South Africa's Western Cape entices travellers' senses through wine, fynbos scents and dramatic scenery that writes music with Mother Nature.
While the Worcester region is well-known for its sun-kissed wine, a rainy day makes for a relaxing jaunt through this part of South Africa's Western Cape.
The biggest diamond in the world was mined in Cullinan, and those who live there won't let you forget it.
There's a lot to do and see in the Jacaranda City, but here are some of the best parts to do in a day - from Freedom Park to Menlyn Maine.
A part-time van lifer at home in Australia, World Nomad Joel heads to Colorado for a meet up, meeting like-minded travelers whose way of life is one of constant movement and a profound sense of freedom. On a road trip north to Idaho, Joel falls in...
Curnard's MS Queen Elizabeth stops at Cape Town harbour along its world cruise. The same ship Nelson Mandela has cruised on, as well as Desmond Tutu.
A weekend in Witzenberg can be quirky, adrenaline-fuelled, traditional, tasty, spicy, romantic, budget-friendly, luxurious and more. And it's always breathtakingly beautiful.
Our viewer Ludwig Yorck took a study trip to the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico, where he visited the famed Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza.
From the famed Marienplatz tothe Royal Residence, this group of U.S. tourists visited Munich's highlights. They're traveling with Road Scholar, a non-profit organization that imparts education through travel.
From modern art to traditional customs: Here's a summary of everything you ought to know about Munich.
Two sisters show us around their hometown Zipaquira, which is world-famous for the wonders its salt mines harbor.
Traveling to see the world or going on vacation is what almost everyone looks forward to, but getting there is often the hardest part.
DW viewer Seth Umbenhauer made an impressive video of his hiking trip through Norway, complete with fjords, mountains and waterfalls.
American Andrew Roth leads you to the west coast of the USA. In his home city of San Francisco, he shows popular tourist attractions from the Golden State Bridge to Chinatown.
Marco, a retired university professor, takes us to some of his favorite places: the ornate church of Sao Francisco de Assis, the old-town district, the market place, a historic train station, and the local parks.
Spitsbergen lies halfway between Norway's mainland and the North Pole. The largest settlement on the archipelago is Longyearbyen. Nicole Frolich visits the northernmost town in Europe.