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Top 15 Cape Town Attractions That Is A Must

Top 15 Cape Town Attractions That Is A Must

If you ask 50 Capetonians what their idea of the top Cape Town attractions are, you’ll get 50 different answers. There are the obvious ones, like Table Mountain and the V&A Waterfront, and then there are the less obvious ones. We’ll give you a mix of both: the ones you CANNOT miss, and the ones…

The Smell of Fynbos in the Morning

The Smell of Fynbos in the Morning

On a hot summer’s day, when you’re driving somewhere around the Cape Peninsula with the windows of your car wide open, you may get a whiff of it: a pungent, peppery smell that is synonymous with summer. It’s the smell of fynbos, the flora that is endemic to the Western Cape. And what a flora…

Cape Town Festivals and Events

Cape Town Festivals and Events

If you are contemplating a visit to our fair city, Cape Town and the beauty that surrounds it from all sides, let us confound you with even more items to add to your calendar, making an annual visit a must. We are going to take you on a diarised whirlwind of events and festivals to…

Cape Town And Surrounds – A Culinary Journey

Cape Town And Surrounds – A Culinary Journey

Your travel decision has brought you to Cape Town, this “most beautiful city in the world” as decided by travel writers and international publications.  Whilst giving yourself a pat on the back for your excellent decision, undertake a journey of culinary discovery to public as well as hidden treasures. Some of the restaurants in Cape…

Cape Cuisine – A Cultural Heritage

Cape Cuisine – A Cultural Heritage

The Cape colony was first established with a very specific mandate: to provide fresh food and drink to the passing ships on the newly discovered route to India. The Dutch settled here first and brought with them their Indo-Asian slaves. Then waves of colonisation and immigration happened, bringing the French, Portuguese, English, German, Italian and…

Best Places to Watch The Sunset in Cape Town

Best Places to Watch The Sunset in Cape Town

Watching sunset is like a national sport in Cape Town, and with our spectacular coast, African skies and soaring mountains, why not? Here are a few spots that are great to view summer sunsets: Lion’s Head The rocky outcrop that flanks Table Mountain, takes some hiking and climbing, especially towards the end, but it affords…

24 Hours in Cape Town

24 Hours in Cape Town

If you only had 24 hours in Cape Town, and you wanted to get an essence of what the city is all about, what would you do? Here’s our suggestion: Start your morning with an early breakfast in the city centre. The Green Market Square hosts a huge curio market, and there are pavement restaurants…

The Cape Winelands

The Cape Winelands

In the early 1650s, Jan van Riebeeck was sent to the tip of Africa to create a halfway station that would supply passing ships on the newly discovered route to India with fresh food. He brought with him a few vines, and saw that the Cape with its warm African sun and cooling breeze from…

Take a Walk on the Wild Side in Cape Town

Take a Walk on the Wild Side in Cape Town

Cape Town is as cosmopolitan is at comes and can hold its own in terms of sophistication with any other metropolis in the world. But it’s still situated at the foot of Africa, and if you scratch at the thin veneer of urban life, you’ll discover its wild side. And you don’t have to go far……

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