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CAPE TOWN IS A GREAT DESTINATION, ALL YEAR ROUND AND OFFERS AN ABUNDANCE OF ACTIVITIES.
OUR CITY ALSO OFFERS SOME OF AFRICA’S MOST INCREDIBLE COFFEE SPOTS. OUR LOCALS TAKE THE ATMOSPHERE AND TASTES SERVED UP IN THEIR FAVOURITE COFFEE HAUNTS VERY SERIOUSLY. SEP_15
CAPE TOWN IS RICH IN CULTURE AND HISTORY WITH SOME OF THE WORLD’S BEST MUSEUMS AND ACTIVITIES JUST WAITING TO BE EXPLORED _SEP’15
CAPE TOWN’S CITY CENTRE IS A MELTING POT OF CULTURAL DIVERSITY, WITH SO MANY RESTAURANTS TO EXPLORE. THERE ARE SO MANY TO CHOOSE FROM, THAT IT WOULD TAKE YOU MONTHS TO EXPERIENCE THEM ALL. HERE IS OUR TOP SELECTION, SOURCED BY LOCALS, ENJOY! _SEP’15
Long established and proud of a rich heritage, the V&A Waterfront marches with time, embracing change that brings with it exciting new additions for you to discover. JAN’15
Groot Constantia is South Africa’s oldest wine farm - in existence for 329 years this year. Wine has been produced on the estate without interruption since 1685. NOV’14
Cape Town is the ideal setting for golfers. The wide range of excellent golf courses, from established parkland courses to links layouts, sees to the needs of novices and professionals alike.
Download our PDF that consists of the top golf courses in Cape Town, created in March’14.
Cape Town offers some of the most scenic and varied routes for cycling and hiking in the world. From social and competitive cycling events, to casual hikes and guided walks, enthusiasts of all ages will find a beautiful track to stretch their legs on, enjoy stunning views and make magnificent memories.
If the city centre is the heart of Cape Town’s nightlife then Long Street is the main artery, with its energy emanating outwards along Kloof Street, Tamboerskloof and Somerset Road, Green Point all the way onto the Atlantic Seaboard and Cape Town’s sunset capital, Victoria Road in Camps Bay.
Click on the heading above to see photos of some of Cape Town’s nature attractions.
Click on the heading above to see our gallery of some of the best Cape Town attractions.
Never mind wine, there’s beer in Cape Town.
Given the region’s well-deserved reputation for fine wine, visitors might be surprised to discover that the Western Cape is also awash with beer. And not just big-name brands like Castle Lager (produced by the mega-brewery SABMiller): Cape Town is also home to a busy industry of smaller-scale craft beers.
Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town’s city centre, the wine routes offer visitors picturesque scenery, friendly hospitality and excellent wines. Most estates have daily wine tasting, cellar tours and sales – some by appointment only – and there are many choices when it comes to wine route tours. And because wine and food belong together, some of the world’s best restaurants can be found in the Cape Winelands.