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Facing Cape Town’s great whites

False Bay, in Cape Town’s South Peninsula, is home to many great white sharks, and a place locals and international visitors can access information and come face-to-face with these amazing creatures. We ask local operator and researcher Chris Fallows to share some thoughts with us about these amazing creatures.

You don’t need a potjie, you need Cape Town!

An annual potjiekos competition is held at Daddy Long Legs Art Hotel, Long Street, Cape Town. In it’s fourth year, this competition is a firm favourite among regular entrants and anyone looking for a good party to start off the weekend. Cape Town Tourism entered a team this yea that, on Thursday, April 19, 2012, proved its potjie was the tastiest when they walked away with first prize.

Cape Town water adventures

Cape Town’s Peninsula and inland waterways offer perfect locations for trying your hand at an array of water activities. Our city is known as a leisure destination, and many of the activities are leisurely in nature – but there are also plenty of the adrenalin-rush variety, from kitesurfing to cable water skiing.

A very rocking adventure with team Cape Town Tourism

Cape Town Tourism’s team is passionate, fun and lives the brand! Recently, team members attended a half-day, adrenalin-pumping adventure experience with Blue Rock Cable Water Ski.

Grand Chef, Master Chef!

Cape Town always has a little something happening with a creativity and flare that we love to share with the world. This time it’s culinary genius that is in the spotlight. Sue-Ann Allen, runner up of the successful Masterchef SA 2012, will further her culinary skills by doing a month’s internship with Peter Tempelhoff at The Cellars-Hohenort Hotel’s Greenhouse Restaurant.