The Cape Quarter is a lifestyle shopping centre on Somerset Road in Green Point. It is a one-stop destination for excellent food and restaurants, unique lifestyle stores and entertainment. If you enjoy shopping, window shopping, buying furniture or just relaxing and enjoying a meal, then the Cape Quarter is the place for you.Read more
Wind sport at its best can be found on the turquoise water of the massive Langebaan Lagoon. The flat water offers great windsurfing and kitesurfing and is excellent for beginners.
An hour’s drive from Cape Town, along the West Coast, it makes perfect sense to head out early in the morning and rent a kayak to get up close to seals, penguins and birds. The Cape Sports Center rents out equipment, including surfboards, wet suits and mountain bikes. There is a surf shop which sells water sport clothing.
A look out platform offers great vists of the lagoon and all the action in the water and a small sandwhich deli sells snacks and cold drinks. After a day in the water you can have a hot shower.
Cape Town International Airport is Africa’s third-largest airport. Having undergone an upgrade for the FIFA World Cup™, the airport now offers passengers and visitors a memorable experience and a great venue for conferencing and shopping.Read more
The Cape Town International Convention Centre is the ideal venue for conferences, exhibitions, trade shows, concerts and other big events. The centre takes up 6.1ha on the city’s Foreshore and is within easy reach of the V&A Waterfront, major hotels and the rest of the city centre.Read more
Cape Town Pub Crawl are a team bringing International students together with the backpackers to party in the best pubs and clubs in Cape Town! You will get entrance into multiple venues, save money on discounted drinks, get a lot of free stuff, and be part of the biggest crowd of 18-35 party-goers in Cape Town!
It’s a nightlife revolution, and something you have to try before you die!
The Cape Town Science Centre officially opened its doors at its new premises in Observatory on December 28, 2011, with a mission to make a hands-on contribution to South Africa’s future by strengthening its science and technology culture through interactive methods of teaching.
The centre attracts between 126 000 and 138 000 visitors annually, and has more than 300 permanent interactive exhibits.Read more