50 Cape Town Restaurants You NEED to Visit
Cape Town is a food lover's paradise. The Mother City has restaurants a-plenty, from traditional African fare to the more exotic such as Asian, Mexican and Italian, the sheer variety of choices on offer speaks to the city's incredibly diverse heritage. Here we bring you 50 restaurants you NEED to visit in the city.
The word “intaka”, which means “bird” in isiXhosa, is a fitting name for an island that offers a safe haven to many feathered species.
Maynardville Open-Air Theatre
One of the best-loved outdoor theatres in the Cape is Wynberg’s Maynardville Open-Air Theatre, where around 20 000 patrons attend a variety of performances each year.
Cape Town is a vibrant city that will get right under your skin, whether you visit in summer or winter.
While walking through the city's streets and meeting its people, you will fall in love with its natural beauty and incredible spirit.
Cape Town is a city where the unexpected is always just around the corner and the beautiful province of the Western Cape lies ready to be explored beyond the city border.
This website is your guide to discover Cape Town’s attractions and activities.
Why wait? Go ahead and plan your trip to the Mother City. Book your flight, hotel and rent a car.
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There are so many things to do in Cape Town this Easter. Everything from special lunches to Easter Egg hunts for the kids. Here’s how to make the most of this holiday in Cape Town.
There are just 7 500 cheetahs left in Africa and less-than 1000 of these majestic cats in South Africa. Thankfully, the Cheetah Outreach programme in Somerset West is doing everything it can to turn things around.
It’s the Cape Town Jazz Festival this weekend and whether or not you were one of the lucky few to get your hands on those much desired tickets, here are some events to get you into a jazzy mood this week.
Just over half an hour out of Cape Town, along the N1, is Klein Joostenberg Farm. It’s a poorly hidden gem that few people no about and one that is incredibly child-friendly and well worth the visit.
There’s so much happening in Cape Town this weekend. Be sure to catch some of these events!
Sevens Rugby is back in Cape Town from December this year with the South African leg of the IRB Sevens Series moving to the Mother City! We’re pretty happy about and you should be too – here are five reasons why the…
The Infecting the City festival has become one of the big crowd-pleasers in the city with its ‘takeover’ of the CBD challenging the audience’s understanding of art by using the urban space as its stage. The latest…