Die Afrikaanse Taalmuseum
Afrikaans is one of the youngest languages in the world, born in the Cape during the 17th Century. The language is seen as a daughter language of Dutch, but it also has strong Malay, Portuguese and indigenous roots.
A guided tour through the musuem will give you a sense of how diverse Afrikaans – the first language of six-million South Africans and 55 percent of people in the Western Cape – really is.
Situated in the Georgian-style home of Gideon Malherbe, the museum was established to honor people of the Genootskap van Regte Afrikaners (association of true Afrikaners) who worked to establish Afrikaans as a written language, to standardise it and to publish in it. Malherbe was one of the leaders of the Genootskap.
Proudly Macassar Pottery is a social enterprise, situated in an old tavern building in Macassar, Cape Town. We use the production of clay UDU drums and flutes to create a space for at-risk youths from the surrounding community to discover themselves and a purposeful, sustainable and economically empowered lifestyle.
Kite surfing is exploding in popularity all over the world and with its combo of consistent winds and perfect spots Cape Town, which is known as Mecca to Kitesurfers, is THE place to find out what the craze is all about.
With lessons running daily from our international team of experienced and qualified instructors we will have you up and riding safely in no time at all, people of all ages can learn!
Feel Like a Local… Not a Tourist
Cape Town has become one of the world’s top watersports destinations. People come for windsurfing, kiteboarding, surfing and stand up paddle boarding and because it’s a great place to bring the family.
Cape Town Helicopter Flights & Tours
WaveJet’s are battery powered boards with jet propulsion allowing you to cruise around in the water at a touch of a button. Rentals are done on Muizenberg beach and we have the following boards which you can rent: Body board, shortboard, longboard and standup paddle board.
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