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It’s becoming more and more important to think about the marks we leave on places when we travel. After all, we all want future generations to be able to enjoy the beautiful places we visit. It’s difficult to know where to start, but don’t fear: we’ve put together a list of ways to make a positive impact on Cape Town…

In respect of the Western Cape’s worst drought for over 100 years, Growth Events, owners of the Cape Town Flower Show, announces that the 2017 show will be deferred until October 2018.  Show Director, Karey Evett explains:  “We believe we should bow to the industry’s challenges in these difficult times.  The Cape Town Flower Show celebrates the Cape’s floral kingdom…

Ecotourism in drought-stricken Western Cape Cheapflights provides water-wise tips for tourists The Western Cape is without a doubt one of the most scenic places on earth, constantly topping the charts as a must-visit for tourists. However, with the region suffering from the worst drought since 1904, an influx of tourists can worsen the situation, rather than…

The communities in and around Cape Town are what gives the city its characteristically rich and vibrant heartbeat. It’s the people that make the city, and that’s why responsible tourism is so important to the Mother City. When you support an attraction or activity that gives back to the community, you not only help to grow and uplift the people…

21 years ago, Cape Point and the Robben Island Museum were launched, and the doors opened to the Cape Grace Hotel. Mission Impossible, the movie, was released, and the Macarena got everyone on the dance floor. In SA, the country was enjoying a brand-new government and the adoption of the new constitution. It has been a long journey from then…

West Coast Way is South Africa's road trip with the most twists. South Africans and visitors can explore a unique collection of themed routes to do adventure-filled Cape West Coast self-drive trips or enjoy a West Coast Holiday starting only 25 minutes from Cape Town’s central business district.

Birds of Eden is an avian sanctuary and protected piece of paradise that sits under a two hectare dome, the largest in the world. The uniquely tall and massive dome offers a safe oasis to over 3500 birds in a gorge of indigenous forest. While you’d be visiting Birds of Eden to see the birds, the sanctuary also offers other ...

Opulent Living Travel offers sustainable bespoke travel arrangements and itineraries to a number of countries around Southern and East Africa, as well as South America. Catering to discerning visitors, Opulent Living Travel’s portfolio includes Individual Travel, Corporate Travel, Cruises and Special Interest Tours.

The Tourism Community Development Trust (TCD Trust) is a registered non-profit organisation that helps the local community participate in the profits of South Africa’s tourism industry. They achieve this by connecting tourism industry leaders with relevant community- based projects, and offering both direct and indirect fundraising efforts.

The name Vezimvelo is derived from two of our national languages, isiZulu and isiXhosa words ‘Veza’ and ‘Imvelo’. Veza – meaning bring forth or bring into view and Imvelo – meaning nature, the natural beauty, which God created for us to inherit and enjoy.

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