FeaturedIt’s July and while the days are colder, it’s certainly not a reason to stay indoors! There’s so much happening in Cape Town over this period. With our fantastic Hello Weekend campaign and thanks to our great partner Kulula.com, you can visit Cape Town this July from as little as R2 750.
Rob PetersPossessing an old school charm with a modern twist, Winchester Mansions in Sea Point is a Cape Town gem that is hidden in plain sight.
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Cape Town has always been a favourite destination for celebrities and the past year has been no different with plenty of A-listers spending time in the Mother City. It’s no surprise that our city got under their skin and they have been sharing their experiences with all their followers ever since.
Decisions, decisions. Tokara’s new summer menu is full of delicious options, from the tapas-style starters to desserts that embody the season, you will be spoilt for choice.
Based at entrance 3 at the Watershed, it’s easy to pass by this unassuming stall on your way to do some shopping. But we urge you not to. Cellar in the City offers visitors a taste of the winelands within the Waterfront. It’s a fun and unique way to experience local wines without having to venture too far out.
Between October and March, the south-easterly wind blows through Cape Town, clearing up the city’s air and taking the edge off the summer heat.
Whether it’s eating better, exercising more, being more present in the moment and less connected to your phone, or being a more responsible citizen of the world, there are various ways to be a better version of yourself. Here are 50 ways to do just that in Cape Town.
Cape Town is a top summer destination and with good reason. Sultry summer days are always going to be a big draw with the beaches and rooftop bars across the city spilling over. But what about when you want to cool off after a day of soaking up the rays or escape the heat altogether? Don’t worry we got you covered with some tips on how to stay cool and our top 10 ways to beat the sizzle in the Mother City!
There are so many ways to enjoy what Cape Town has to offer without spending a fortune. Here are 50 ways to explore this gorgeous city for a mere R50 or less.
The countdown has just about begun and 2016 is a day and one BIG party away. If you’re still undecided about how you’ll be celebrating when the clock strikes midnight, check out our blog post for the low down on everything you need to know about NYE 2015 in the Mother City.
La Petite Ferme is a multi-award winning boutique wine estate overlooking the Franschhoek Valley from its position on the slopes of Oliphants Pass and Middagkrans Mountain.
Summer in Cape Town is a thing of beauty, take advantage of the longer days and sultry evenings by hitting the best open-air markets in the Mother City this season.
Known for its rich history and its award-winning wine, Groot Constantia is a haven from the hurly-burly rush of the city, despite the fact that it is just a 15-minute drive from Cape Town’s CBD.
The Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts are in full swing with a magnificent line–up offering something for every taste.
They say every journey begins with a single step. As you step onto the road to begin the Cape Camino, the route might be planned, but the journey is left entirely up to you. It’s definitely a journey worth taking.
It’s quite simple. No smell in the world will uplift a South African’s mood faster than the lazy woodsmoke scent of a traditional South African braai. Here are the most beautiful spots in Cape Town for you to unleash your glorious cooking!
On 19 December, Kaizer Chiefs will play Wits at the Cape Town stadium. Here are the transport details and road closures that you should be aware of.
Getting fit and healthy, whilst admiring beautiful Cape Town scenery isn’t all too bad, ey? Especially when you’re on holiday and need to counter all those carbs. We’ve tried and tested Adventure Boot Camp, and found it to be…awesome!
Jordan Wine Estate proves to be a wine farm that offers so much more than what meets the eye.
There is so much to do at Spier in Stellenbosch it’s hard to even know where to begin. With so many activities and so little time, it’s well worth booking into the hotel to make the most of it.
If you are even the slightest bit interested in nature and photography, you need to visit the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015 exhibition at the Chavonnes Battery Museum.
Where will you be on New Year’s Eve? From dinners to comedy shows to all-night parties, there ae plenty of ways and places to welcome in 2016 in Cape Town.
My morning at Mangwanani Spa at The Cullinan left me looser than freshly cooked spaghetti and more relaxed than a postal worker on a dog-free street.
The Sevens Rugby tournament is about to kick-off in Cape Town and undoubtedly, it will affect traffic in and around the stadium area. Here are all the road closures you need to be aware of.
In case you’re not yet feeling the Christmas spirit, here are some ways to get the festive feeling.
If you’re coming to Cape Town this summer and are not quite sure what to expect, we have a handy guide to help you enjoy your holiday without any snags, hitches or hiccups. From getting around the Mother City to predicting the weather, we want you to leave wanting to come back for more.
Christmas lunch and dinner can sometimes be a mission to prepare. Don’t feel like cooking? No worries. We’ve got you covered with this list of where to have Christmas Eve dinner or Christmas lunch in Cape Town.
There is no tonic to beat the spontaneous belly laughter of a group of 5 year olds and I was lucky enough to get a really good dose of it at the opening of the Magnet Theatre’s Early Years Festival that kicked off 2 December 2015.
I smile nervously at the camera as I prepare to set off at a shuffling run down the slopes of Signal Hill. My body is telling me not to jump, but my mind overrides it. Best decision ever.
Constantia is known as wine county, and for good reason, with a world class wine route made up by some of the top wine estates in the country. But the area has so much more to offer than just the fantastic wine and culinary delights, with ziplines, bike tracks, golf and much, much more on offer.
The Titanic has always held me in its thrall. The ill-fated voyage of the most famous ship in history is a story that you could not make up – complete with villains, heroes and ultimately tragedy. So when the Titanic Expo sailed into Cape Town this month, I was first in line to snap up a ticket.
International travel magazine, Conde Nast Traveler, has named Cape Town in its top five list of Eco-Friendly cities in the world and said it is at the “forefront of the continent’s green living movement”.