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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…

Cape Town is currently experiencing one of the worst droughts in recent history, which has led to a serious water scarcity. The region is severely water-stressed, and this has an impact on both locals and tourists. We need you to save like a local, and keep your usage to under 70 litres per day. Take a look at our comprehensive article…

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…

Whether you’re looking to get up close and personal with nature, do a spot of shopping in the city or enjoy a live show, you can find and do it all in the Mother City. Enjoy wheelchair-friendly activities at the following establishments in Cape Town: CITY SIGHTSEEING BUS Offering day tours around the Peninsula, through the city centre and into…

If you’re coming to Cape Town in 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. WEATHER: Cape Town is warm and…

Spier Wine Farm in Stellenbosch is not only one of the most beautiful farms in the country, boasting a world-class hotel, two fantastic restaurants, an excellent conferencing centre and award-winning wines, it also leads the way in terms of sustainable and ethical farming. There was a time when Spier was considered to be a little too commercial. But the…

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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