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Free Walking Tours in Cape Town


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  • Free Walking Tours in Cape Town

    There is no better way to discover a city than by walking its streets, uncovering its history and mingling with the locals. Cape Town has a number of FREE walking tours to do exactly that.

  • A guide to museums in Cape Town

    If you are a local – or discovering the Mother City for the first time - unlock her secrets by visiting these wonderful museums in Cape Town.

  • Where to find amazing local designers in Cape Town

    Cape Town is a fashionable spot and if you’re visiting, you need to be on the lookout for all the talented local artistes that call the city home. Here’s our list of design stores not to miss – from jewellery and fashion to interiors.

  • 6 OF THE BEST JUICE BARS IN CAPE TOWN

    The Mother City is big on healthy living, with locals dedicated to feeding their bodies only the freshest foods and juices. We visited six of the best Juice Bars in the city and came back with our top choices.

  • Doggie Adventures in Cape Town

    Can’t leave home without your furry friend? How about a doggie adventure in Cape Town? There are plenty of options, from beach and forest walks to meals specially prepared for your canine companions.

Relax on the lawns of Cape Town’s prettiest garden


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  • Relax on the lawns of Cape Town’s prettiest garden

    Cape Town’s Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden is proof that not all gardens were created equal. Go on, pay it a visit. You can thank us later.

  • A fun, family hike in Cape Town

    If you’re looking for a fun and relatively easy walk for the whole family, the hike up to the old manganese mines is a good place to start.

  • Get to know the African Penguins at Boulders Beach

    When it comes to picture-postcard beaches in Cape Town, you’re spoilt for choice, but Boulders Beach offers up something the others don’t – African Penguins!

  • A guide to top galleries in Cape Town

    The creative energy in Cape Town is palpable and the vast multitude of art galleries in the city bears testament to its commitment to South Africa’s visual arts movement.

  • There’s something for everyone at the V&A Waterfront

    Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, which attracts roughly 24 million visitors each year, is South Africa’s most-visited destination. This is hardly surprising when you think about how much it has to offer!

  • A guide to top theatres in Cape Town

    The performing arts are alive and kicking in the Mother City, with a host of top-class playhouses putting on a diverse variety of performances all around the peninsula.

  • Explore Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain

    Whether it is covered in a blanket of moody clouds or showing off against a crisp cloudless blue sky, Table Mountain is always spectacular.

  • Romantic Stellenbosch

    Want to head out to the Winelands for a romantic weekend? Well, my better half and I recently spent some time in Stellenbosch and I can now provide you with the perfect itinerary for a weekend full of romance.

A guide to museums in Cape Town


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  • Free Walking Tours in Cape Town

    There is no better way to discover a city than by walking its streets, uncovering its history and mingling with the locals. Cape Town has a number of FREE walking tours to do exactly that.

  • A guide to museums in Cape Town

    If you are a local – or discovering the Mother City for the first time - unlock her secrets by visiting these wonderful museums in Cape Town.

  • Where to find amazing local designers in Cape Town

    Cape Town is a fashionable spot and if you’re visiting, you need to be on the lookout for all the talented local artistes that call the city home. Here’s our list of design stores not to miss – from jewellery and fashion to interiors.

  • 6 OF THE BEST JUICE BARS IN CAPE TOWN

    The Mother City is big on healthy living, with locals dedicated to feeding their bodies only the freshest foods and juices. We visited six of the best Juice Bars in the city and came back with our top choices.

  • Doggie Adventures in Cape Town

    Can’t leave home without your furry friend? How about a doggie adventure in Cape Town? There are plenty of options, from beach and forest walks to meals specially prepared for your canine companions.

A fun, family hike in Cape Town


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  • Relax on the lawns of Cape Town’s prettiest garden

    Cape Town’s Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden is proof that not all gardens were created equal. Go on, pay it a visit. You can thank us later.

  • A fun, family hike in Cape Town

    If you’re looking for a fun and relatively easy walk for the whole family, the hike up to the old manganese mines is a good place to start.

  • Get to know the African Penguins at Boulders Beach

    When it comes to picture-postcard beaches in Cape Town, you’re spoilt for choice, but Boulders Beach offers up something the others don’t – African Penguins!

  • A guide to top galleries in Cape Town

    The creative energy in Cape Town is palpable and the vast multitude of art galleries in the city bears testament to its commitment to South Africa’s visual arts movement.

  • There’s something for everyone at the V&A Waterfront

    Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, which attracts roughly 24 million visitors each year, is South Africa’s most-visited destination. This is hardly surprising when you think about how much it has to offer!

  • A guide to top theatres in Cape Town

    The performing arts are alive and kicking in the Mother City, with a host of top-class playhouses putting on a diverse variety of performances all around the peninsula.

  • Explore Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain

    Whether it is covered in a blanket of moody clouds or showing off against a crisp cloudless blue sky, Table Mountain is always spectacular.

  • Romantic Stellenbosch

    Want to head out to the Winelands for a romantic weekend? Well, my better half and I recently spent some time in Stellenbosch and I can now provide you with the perfect itinerary for a weekend full of romance.

Get to know the African Penguins at Boulders Beach


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  • Relax on the lawns of Cape Town’s prettiest garden

    Cape Town’s Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden is proof that not all gardens were created equal. Go on, pay it a visit. You can thank us later.

  • A fun, family hike in Cape Town

    If you’re looking for a fun and relatively easy walk for the whole family, the hike up to the old manganese mines is a good place to start.

  • Get to know the African Penguins at Boulders Beach

    When it comes to picture-postcard beaches in Cape Town, you’re spoilt for choice, but Boulders Beach offers up something the others don’t – African Penguins!

  • A guide to top galleries in Cape Town

    The creative energy in Cape Town is palpable and the vast multitude of art galleries in the city bears testament to its commitment to South Africa’s visual arts movement.

  • There’s something for everyone at the V&A Waterfront

    Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, which attracts roughly 24 million visitors each year, is South Africa’s most-visited destination. This is hardly surprising when you think about how much it has to offer!

  • A guide to top theatres in Cape Town

    The performing arts are alive and kicking in the Mother City, with a host of top-class playhouses putting on a diverse variety of performances all around the peninsula.

  • Explore Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain

    Whether it is covered in a blanket of moody clouds or showing off against a crisp cloudless blue sky, Table Mountain is always spectacular.

  • Romantic Stellenbosch

    Want to head out to the Winelands for a romantic weekend? Well, my better half and I recently spent some time in Stellenbosch and I can now provide you with the perfect itinerary for a weekend full of romance.

African Art Exhibit


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  • EASTER SPECIALS

    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

A guide to top galleries in Cape Town


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  • Relax on the lawns of Cape Town’s prettiest garden

    Cape Town’s Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden is proof that not all gardens were created equal. Go on, pay it a visit. You can thank us later.

  • A fun, family hike in Cape Town

    If you’re looking for a fun and relatively easy walk for the whole family, the hike up to the old manganese mines is a good place to start.

  • Get to know the African Penguins at Boulders Beach

    When it comes to picture-postcard beaches in Cape Town, you’re spoilt for choice, but Boulders Beach offers up something the others don’t – African Penguins!

  • A guide to top galleries in Cape Town

    The creative energy in Cape Town is palpable and the vast multitude of art galleries in the city bears testament to its commitment to South Africa’s visual arts movement.

  • There’s something for everyone at the V&A Waterfront

    Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, which attracts roughly 24 million visitors each year, is South Africa’s most-visited destination. This is hardly surprising when you think about how much it has to offer!

  • A guide to top theatres in Cape Town

    The performing arts are alive and kicking in the Mother City, with a host of top-class playhouses putting on a diverse variety of performances all around the peninsula.

  • Explore Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain

    Whether it is covered in a blanket of moody clouds or showing off against a crisp cloudless blue sky, Table Mountain is always spectacular.

  • Romantic Stellenbosch

    Want to head out to the Winelands for a romantic weekend? Well, my better half and I recently spent some time in Stellenbosch and I can now provide you with the perfect itinerary for a weekend full of romance.

50 Ways to Travel Like a Local in Cape Town


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  • 50 Ways to Travel Like a Local in Cape Town

    The absolute best way to experience this incredible (almost overwhelming) city, is to learn from the locals. To discover what they do, what they like, what they eat. See, the locals are your insiders, your confidants, your peeps. They’re the guys with all the secrets to the best places to hangout, things to eat and stuff to do on a weekend. So to ensure that you don’t miss out on an authentic summer experience in the Mother City this year, we’re sharing our round-up of locals’ ultimate favourites according to your five senses: taste, touch, see, hear and smell.

  • Delicious Day Trip Idea: Groote Post Country Market

    Drive one hour into any direction from Cape Town’s CBD, and you are guaranteed to find magic in the countryside. You will stumble across charming towns, vineyards and orchards, scenic mountains, panoramic Atlantic ocean views, and of course, good old farm markets.

  • Getting our fitness on with Adventure Boot Camp

    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!

  • 15 Brilliant Beaches in Cape Town (with insider tips)

    Did you know that Cape Town has a whopping 72 beaches with a coastline extending 307km along the West Coast, Cape Peninsula and False Bay? Though it’s impossible to choose, here’s our selection of our favourite 15 Cape Town beaches, what to expect, insider’s tips and how to get there ASAP…

  • Bucket List: Visit the Southernmost Tip of Africa Where Two Oceans Meet

    What a goose bump moment. Turning your back on the land, looking out over the ocean and knowing that the entire Africa is lying behind you. It’s a must-do at least once in your life: visiting the southernmost tip of Africa at Cape Agulhas, the place where the Atlantic and Indian oceans meet.

  • Your Epic Guide to Discover the whole of Cape Town: Top 10 Must-Do’s per Region

    So you find yourself staying in a specific region in Cape Town or planning an adventure in another, but don’t really know what to do or where to start? No sweat. We’ve got you covered! Here’s a comprehensive guide to the top 10 must-do, bucket-list, absolutely iconic, ridiculously ultimate things to do in each of the seven map regions of Cape Town, including: Cape Town CBD and Atlantic Seaboard, Cape Peninsula, Helderberg, Cape Flats, Southern Suburbs, Northern Suburbs and Blaauwberg. Go on…download the map and get your camera ready - there are seventy epic experiences and activities waiting for you.

  • Hot in Cape Town: 20 Photos of the new Watershed at the V&A Waterfront

    The new Watershed at the V&A Waterfront is officially the coolest place to buy Christmas presents this year. With over 150 trendy stands selling more than 365 different brands, you will definitely be your family and friends’ favourite person by buying them something super unique and truly Capetonian.

  • Celebrate Tourism Month with These Top 10 Cape Town Events in September

    The month of September is not only the announcement of spectacular Spring in Cape Town, but also the start of international tourism month and heritage month in South Africa, with world tourism day celebrated on 27 September. Since the Mother City is an amazing tourist city with a rich culture, it is just fitting to celebrate this significant month by attending one of the fantastic events happening during this month. Here’s a round-up of the top 10 events…

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There’s something for everyone at the V&A Waterfront


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  • Relax on the lawns of Cape Town’s prettiest garden

    Cape Town’s Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden is proof that not all gardens were created equal. Go on, pay it a visit. You can thank us later.

  • A fun, family hike in Cape Town

    If you’re looking for a fun and relatively easy walk for the whole family, the hike up to the old manganese mines is a good place to start.

  • Get to know the African Penguins at Boulders Beach

    When it comes to picture-postcard beaches in Cape Town, you’re spoilt for choice, but Boulders Beach offers up something the others don’t – African Penguins!

  • A guide to top galleries in Cape Town

    The creative energy in Cape Town is palpable and the vast multitude of art galleries in the city bears testament to its commitment to South Africa’s visual arts movement.

  • There’s something for everyone at the V&A Waterfront

    Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, which attracts roughly 24 million visitors each year, is South Africa’s most-visited destination. This is hardly surprising when you think about how much it has to offer!

  • A guide to top theatres in Cape Town

    The performing arts are alive and kicking in the Mother City, with a host of top-class playhouses putting on a diverse variety of performances all around the peninsula.

  • Explore Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain

    Whether it is covered in a blanket of moody clouds or showing off against a crisp cloudless blue sky, Table Mountain is always spectacular.

  • Romantic Stellenbosch

    Want to head out to the Winelands for a romantic weekend? Well, my better half and I recently spent some time in Stellenbosch and I can now provide you with the perfect itinerary for a weekend full of romance.

A guide to top theatres in Cape Town


A guide to top theatres in Cape Town's Latest Articles

  • Relax on the lawns of Cape Town’s prettiest garden

    Cape Town’s Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden is proof that not all gardens were created equal. Go on, pay it a visit. You can thank us later.

  • A fun, family hike in Cape Town

    If you’re looking for a fun and relatively easy walk for the whole family, the hike up to the old manganese mines is a good place to start.

  • Get to know the African Penguins at Boulders Beach

    When it comes to picture-postcard beaches in Cape Town, you’re spoilt for choice, but Boulders Beach offers up something the others don’t – African Penguins!

  • A guide to top galleries in Cape Town

    The creative energy in Cape Town is palpable and the vast multitude of art galleries in the city bears testament to its commitment to South Africa’s visual arts movement.

  • There’s something for everyone at the V&A Waterfront

    Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, which attracts roughly 24 million visitors each year, is South Africa’s most-visited destination. This is hardly surprising when you think about how much it has to offer!

  • A guide to top theatres in Cape Town

    The performing arts are alive and kicking in the Mother City, with a host of top-class playhouses putting on a diverse variety of performances all around the peninsula.

  • Explore Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain

    Whether it is covered in a blanket of moody clouds or showing off against a crisp cloudless blue sky, Table Mountain is always spectacular.

  • Romantic Stellenbosch

    Want to head out to the Winelands for a romantic weekend? Well, my better half and I recently spent some time in Stellenbosch and I can now provide you with the perfect itinerary for a weekend full of romance.

Where to find amazing local designers in Cape Town


Where to find amazing local designers in Cape Town's Latest Articles

  • Free Walking Tours in Cape Town

    There is no better way to discover a city than by walking its streets, uncovering its history and mingling with the locals. Cape Town has a number of FREE walking tours to do exactly that.

  • A guide to museums in Cape Town

    If you are a local – or discovering the Mother City for the first time - unlock her secrets by visiting these wonderful museums in Cape Town.

  • Where to find amazing local designers in Cape Town

    Cape Town is a fashionable spot and if you’re visiting, you need to be on the lookout for all the talented local artistes that call the city home. Here’s our list of design stores not to miss – from jewellery and fashion to interiors.

  • 6 OF THE BEST JUICE BARS IN CAPE TOWN

    The Mother City is big on healthy living, with locals dedicated to feeding their bodies only the freshest foods and juices. We visited six of the best Juice Bars in the city and came back with our top choices.

  • Doggie Adventures in Cape Town

    Can’t leave home without your furry friend? How about a doggie adventure in Cape Town? There are plenty of options, from beach and forest walks to meals specially prepared for your canine companions.

Explore Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain


Explore Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain's Latest Articles

  • Relax on the lawns of Cape Town’s prettiest garden

    Cape Town’s Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden is proof that not all gardens were created equal. Go on, pay it a visit. You can thank us later.

  • A fun, family hike in Cape Town

    If you’re looking for a fun and relatively easy walk for the whole family, the hike up to the old manganese mines is a good place to start.

  • Get to know the African Penguins at Boulders Beach

    When it comes to picture-postcard beaches in Cape Town, you’re spoilt for choice, but Boulders Beach offers up something the others don’t – African Penguins!

  • A guide to top galleries in Cape Town

    The creative energy in Cape Town is palpable and the vast multitude of art galleries in the city bears testament to its commitment to South Africa’s visual arts movement.

  • There’s something for everyone at the V&A Waterfront

    Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, which attracts roughly 24 million visitors each year, is South Africa’s most-visited destination. This is hardly surprising when you think about how much it has to offer!

  • A guide to top theatres in Cape Town

    The performing arts are alive and kicking in the Mother City, with a host of top-class playhouses putting on a diverse variety of performances all around the peninsula.

  • Explore Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain

    Whether it is covered in a blanket of moody clouds or showing off against a crisp cloudless blue sky, Table Mountain is always spectacular.

  • Romantic Stellenbosch

    Want to head out to the Winelands for a romantic weekend? Well, my better half and I recently spent some time in Stellenbosch and I can now provide you with the perfect itinerary for a weekend full of romance.

Vineyard Hotel’s Elgin Valley Festival


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  • Vineyard Hotel’s Elgin Valley Festival

    The Vineyard Hotel is a one of those Cape Town hidden gems. It’s located in the leafy Newlands suburb and there is so much on offer here. It’s also starting to become the go-to hotel in the area for all things food and wine related. For example, there’s a delicious Burgundy Celebration Dinner and an Elgin Valley pinot noir festival coming up. Both of these form part of the hotel’s Tastes of 2016 calendar.

  • Two Oceans Marathon events

    It’s almost time for the 2016 Two Oceans Marathon! Aside from the ultra and half marathon and the trail run, there are various other events that will be on the go. And the best part is that that whole family can be part of it!

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Hout Bay

    Hout Bay, or the Republic of Hout Bay as it is affectionately known by locals, is a fantastic sea-side neighbourhood in Cape Town that offers something for everyone, any day of the week. Here’s a deeper look at what this great Cape Town area has to offer.

  • Take a City Sightseeing bus to Groot Constantia

    Did you know that the City Sightseeing Bus goes to almost all of the Cape Town Big 7? So when you plan a trip to one of Cape Town’s top attractions, why not get there with City Sightseeing? That’s exactly what a group of local Igers were invited to do – take the bus to Cape Town’s oldest wine producing farm, Groot Constantia. And here are some of the amazing images that came out of the day.

  • A Cellar in the City in Cape Town

    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.

  • 50 things to do for under R50 in Cape Town

    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.

  • Road closures & transport for Kaizer Chiefs vs. Bidvest Wits on 19 December

    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.

  • Wine, safaris and amazing views with Jordan Wine Estate

    Jordan Wine Estate proves to be a wine farm that offers so much more than what meets the eye.

Delicious Day Trip Idea: Groote Post Country Market


Delicious Day Trip Idea: Groote Post Country Market's Latest Articles

  • 50 Ways to Travel Like a Local in Cape Town

    The absolute best way to experience this incredible (almost overwhelming) city, is to learn from the locals. To discover what they do, what they like, what they eat. See, the locals are your insiders, your confidants, your peeps. They’re the guys with all the secrets to the best places to hangout, things to eat and stuff to do on a weekend. So to ensure that you don’t miss out on an authentic summer experience in the Mother City this year, we’re sharing our round-up of locals’ ultimate favourites according to your five senses: taste, touch, see, hear and smell.

  • Delicious Day Trip Idea: Groote Post Country Market

    Drive one hour into any direction from Cape Town’s CBD, and you are guaranteed to find magic in the countryside. You will stumble across charming towns, vineyards and orchards, scenic mountains, panoramic Atlantic ocean views, and of course, good old farm markets.

  • Getting our fitness on with Adventure Boot Camp

    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!

  • 15 Brilliant Beaches in Cape Town (with insider tips)

    Did you know that Cape Town has a whopping 72 beaches with a coastline extending 307km along the West Coast, Cape Peninsula and False Bay? Though it’s impossible to choose, here’s our selection of our favourite 15 Cape Town beaches, what to expect, insider’s tips and how to get there ASAP…

  • Bucket List: Visit the Southernmost Tip of Africa Where Two Oceans Meet

    What a goose bump moment. Turning your back on the land, looking out over the ocean and knowing that the entire Africa is lying behind you. It’s a must-do at least once in your life: visiting the southernmost tip of Africa at Cape Agulhas, the place where the Atlantic and Indian oceans meet.

  • Your Epic Guide to Discover the whole of Cape Town: Top 10 Must-Do’s per Region

    So you find yourself staying in a specific region in Cape Town or planning an adventure in another, but don’t really know what to do or where to start? No sweat. We’ve got you covered! Here’s a comprehensive guide to the top 10 must-do, bucket-list, absolutely iconic, ridiculously ultimate things to do in each of the seven map regions of Cape Town, including: Cape Town CBD and Atlantic Seaboard, Cape Peninsula, Helderberg, Cape Flats, Southern Suburbs, Northern Suburbs and Blaauwberg. Go on…download the map and get your camera ready - there are seventy epic experiences and activities waiting for you.

  • Hot in Cape Town: 20 Photos of the new Watershed at the V&A Waterfront

    The new Watershed at the V&A Waterfront is officially the coolest place to buy Christmas presents this year. With over 150 trendy stands selling more than 365 different brands, you will definitely be your family and friends’ favourite person by buying them something super unique and truly Capetonian.

  • Celebrate Tourism Month with These Top 10 Cape Town Events in September

    The month of September is not only the announcement of spectacular Spring in Cape Town, but also the start of international tourism month and heritage month in South Africa, with world tourism day celebrated on 27 September. Since the Mother City is an amazing tourist city with a rich culture, it is just fitting to celebrate this significant month by attending one of the fantastic events happening during this month. Here’s a round-up of the top 10 events…

Cape Town Comedy Club


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Two Oceans Road Closures


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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

  • Spots you can carbo-load at before The Cape Town Cycle Tour

    It’s Cape Town Cycle Tour time! Check out these carb-friendly spots in the Mother City!

  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

WORK & CO. OPENS ITS DOORS IN CAPE TOWN


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  • EASTER SPECIALS

    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

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  • EASTER SPECIALS

    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

Set some time aside for Darling


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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

  • Spots you can carbo-load at before The Cape Town Cycle Tour

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    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

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    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

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    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

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    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

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    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

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    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

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    The Vineyard Hotel is a one of those Cape Town hidden gems. It’s located in the leafy Newlands suburb and there is so much on offer here. It’s also starting to become the go-to hotel in the area for all things food and wine related. For example, there’s a delicious Burgundy Celebration Dinner and an Elgin Valley pinot noir festival coming up. Both of these form part of the hotel’s Tastes of 2016 calendar.

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    Did you know that the City Sightseeing Bus goes to almost all of the Cape Town Big 7? So when you plan a trip to one of Cape Town’s top attractions, why not get there with City Sightseeing? That’s exactly what a group of local Igers were invited to do – take the bus to Cape Town’s oldest wine producing farm, Groot Constantia. And here are some of the amazing images that came out of the day.

  • A Cellar in the City in Cape Town

    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.

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  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

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    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

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    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

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    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

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  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

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    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

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  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

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    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

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    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.

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    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.

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    The Vineyard Hotel is a one of those Cape Town hidden gems. It’s located in the leafy Newlands suburb and there is so much on offer here. It’s also starting to become the go-to hotel in the area for all things food and wine related. For example, there’s a delicious Burgundy Celebration Dinner and an Elgin Valley pinot noir festival coming up. Both of these form part of the hotel’s Tastes of 2016 calendar.

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    Hout Bay, or the Republic of Hout Bay as it is affectionately known by locals, is a fantastic sea-side neighbourhood in Cape Town that offers something for everyone, any day of the week. Here’s a deeper look at what this great Cape Town area has to offer.

  • Take a City Sightseeing bus to Groot Constantia

    Did you know that the City Sightseeing Bus goes to almost all of the Cape Town Big 7? So when you plan a trip to one of Cape Town’s top attractions, why not get there with City Sightseeing? That’s exactly what a group of local Igers were invited to do – take the bus to Cape Town’s oldest wine producing farm, Groot Constantia. And here are some of the amazing images that came out of the day.

  • A Cellar in the City in Cape Town

    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.

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    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

  • Spots you can carbo-load at before The Cape Town Cycle Tour

    It’s Cape Town Cycle Tour time! Check out these carb-friendly spots in the Mother City!

  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

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  • Free Walking Tours in Cape Town

    There is no better way to discover a city than by walking its streets, uncovering its history and mingling with the locals. Cape Town has a number of FREE walking tours to do exactly that.

  • A guide to museums in Cape Town

    If you are a local – or discovering the Mother City for the first time - unlock her secrets by visiting these wonderful museums in Cape Town.

  • Where to find amazing local designers in Cape Town

    Cape Town is a fashionable spot and if you’re visiting, you need to be on the lookout for all the talented local artistes that call the city home. Here’s our list of design stores not to miss – from jewellery and fashion to interiors.

  • 6 OF THE BEST JUICE BARS IN CAPE TOWN

    The Mother City is big on healthy living, with locals dedicated to feeding their bodies only the freshest foods and juices. We visited six of the best Juice Bars in the city and came back with our top choices.

  • Doggie Adventures in Cape Town

    Can’t leave home without your furry friend? How about a doggie adventure in Cape Town? There are plenty of options, from beach and forest walks to meals specially prepared for your canine companions.

IMEX, Frankfurt 2016   19 – 21 APRIL 2016


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  • EASTER SPECIALS

    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

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  • Relax on the lawns of Cape Town’s prettiest garden

    Cape Town’s Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden is proof that not all gardens were created equal. Go on, pay it a visit. You can thank us later.

  • A fun, family hike in Cape Town

    If you’re looking for a fun and relatively easy walk for the whole family, the hike up to the old manganese mines is a good place to start.

  • Get to know the African Penguins at Boulders Beach

    When it comes to picture-postcard beaches in Cape Town, you’re spoilt for choice, but Boulders Beach offers up something the others don’t – African Penguins!

  • A guide to top galleries in Cape Town

    The creative energy in Cape Town is palpable and the vast multitude of art galleries in the city bears testament to its commitment to South Africa’s visual arts movement.

  • There’s something for everyone at the V&A Waterfront

    Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, which attracts roughly 24 million visitors each year, is South Africa’s most-visited destination. This is hardly surprising when you think about how much it has to offer!

  • A guide to top theatres in Cape Town

    The performing arts are alive and kicking in the Mother City, with a host of top-class playhouses putting on a diverse variety of performances all around the peninsula.

  • Explore Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain

    Whether it is covered in a blanket of moody clouds or showing off against a crisp cloudless blue sky, Table Mountain is always spectacular.

  • Romantic Stellenbosch

    Want to head out to the Winelands for a romantic weekend? Well, my better half and I recently spent some time in Stellenbosch and I can now provide you with the perfect itinerary for a weekend full of romance.

Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Newlands


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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

  • Spots you can carbo-load at before The Cape Town Cycle Tour

    It’s Cape Town Cycle Tour time! Check out these carb-friendly spots in the Mother City!

  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

CAPE TOWN TOURISM 2015 REVIEW - FINAL FIGURES ENCOURAGING DESPITE CHALLENGES


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  • EASTER SPECIALS

    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

50 ways to woo your loved one in Cape Town


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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

  • Spots you can carbo-load at before The Cape Town Cycle Tour

    It’s Cape Town Cycle Tour time! Check out these carb-friendly spots in the Mother City!

  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

Celebs show Cape Town the love


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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

  • Spots you can carbo-load at before The Cape Town Cycle Tour

    It’s Cape Town Cycle Tour time! Check out these carb-friendly spots in the Mother City!

  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

Tokara’s New Summer Menu a Must


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  • Eikendal Lodge a home from home and then some

    At Eikendal Lodge in Stellenbosch, like all hospitality establishments, they want you to relax and feel at home.

  • Tokara’s New Summer Menu a Must

    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.

  • Soak in Franschhoek at La Petite Ferme

    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.

  • Spier Overflowing with Possibilities

    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.

  • The Mount Nelson’s Long and Storied History

    The Belmond Mount Nelson, affectionately known as ‘the Nellie’, or ‘the Pink Lady’ – the distinctive rosy hue was mixed specially for the hotel in the 1920s – has a fascinating history which dates back to when it was opened in March 1899.

  • Two Flights Experience offered by The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa

    Someone once told me it’s important to have special treats, especially when one is busy. I’m a firm believer in taking time out for the good things in life, and the Two Flights Experience offered by The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa definitely fits that description.

  • Get your Fork out in Cape Town

    On the verge of celebrating its 10th birthday Fork is the original tapas restaurant in Cape Town, something which is now so trendy the style of eating can be found far and wide.

  • Madame Zingara: The Celebration Wows Cape Town

    When you wake up in the morning to find yourself covered in glitter and your pillow smeared with streaks of face paint, chances are you were playing with Madame Zingara the previous night.

A Cellar in the City in Cape Town


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  • Vineyard Hotel’s Elgin Valley Festival

    The Vineyard Hotel is a one of those Cape Town hidden gems. It’s located in the leafy Newlands suburb and there is so much on offer here. It’s also starting to become the go-to hotel in the area for all things food and wine related. For example, there’s a delicious Burgundy Celebration Dinner and an Elgin Valley pinot noir festival coming up. Both of these form part of the hotel’s Tastes of 2016 calendar.

  • Two Oceans Marathon events

    It’s almost time for the 2016 Two Oceans Marathon! Aside from the ultra and half marathon and the trail run, there are various other events that will be on the go. And the best part is that that whole family can be part of it!

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Hout Bay

    Hout Bay, or the Republic of Hout Bay as it is affectionately known by locals, is a fantastic sea-side neighbourhood in Cape Town that offers something for everyone, any day of the week. Here’s a deeper look at what this great Cape Town area has to offer.

  • Take a City Sightseeing bus to Groot Constantia

    Did you know that the City Sightseeing Bus goes to almost all of the Cape Town Big 7? So when you plan a trip to one of Cape Town’s top attractions, why not get there with City Sightseeing? That’s exactly what a group of local Igers were invited to do – take the bus to Cape Town’s oldest wine producing farm, Groot Constantia. And here are some of the amazing images that came out of the day.

  • A Cellar in the City in Cape Town

    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.

  • 50 things to do for under R50 in Cape Town

    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.

  • Road closures & transport for Kaizer Chiefs vs. Bidvest Wits on 19 December

    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.

  • Wine, safaris and amazing views with Jordan Wine Estate

    Jordan Wine Estate proves to be a wine farm that offers so much more than what meets the eye.

Places to avoid the south-easter in Cape Town


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  • Places to avoid the south-easter in Cape Town

    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.

  • The Most Beautiful Places to Braai in Cape Town

    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!

  • Live Like a Local: A Day in Cape Town

    Who better understands the Mother City better than a local? That’s right, nobody. Jade Cheyenne provides a step-by-step itinerary - from breakfast till well past dinner - for a day in the Cape Town CBD and surrounds.

  • Open Door Opens In Cape Town

    After their success with Burrata and Bocca, restaurateur and sommelier Neil Grant and business partner Barry Engelbrecht are at it again. This time they’ve chosen Constantia UItsig to open another winning restaurant.

  • Pride in Cape Town: All the pictures

    The Cape Town Pride festival exploded in a rainbow of colours in the Mother City on the weekend as locals and visitors came together from a wide variety of backgrounds to celebrate and support the same cause.

  • Top Design Hotels in Cape Town

    Big, small, BIG - size does not define a design hotel. It is the meeting place of form and function; a style that is unique, technology that is responsive and an environmentally considerate build. Whether your design preference is modern, classic or retro, Cape Town caters to all tastes.

  • 5 Amazing Mountain Bike Trails in Cape Town

    Picking our top five favourite mountain biking trails in Cape Town is like parent to pick their favourite child: we love them all for different reasons!

  • The Insider’s Guide to the Top Wine Routes in Cape Town and Surrounds

    Wine tasting is an utterly charming way to pass the weekend. When paired with some of the most beautiful landscapes on earth, century old architecture and awe-inspiring food, it becomes one of Cape Town’s most beloved tourist activities.

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  • EASTER SPECIALS

    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

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  • Relax on the lawns of Cape Town’s prettiest garden

    Cape Town’s Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden is proof that not all gardens were created equal. Go on, pay it a visit. You can thank us later.

  • A fun, family hike in Cape Town

    If you’re looking for a fun and relatively easy walk for the whole family, the hike up to the old manganese mines is a good place to start.

  • Get to know the African Penguins at Boulders Beach

    When it comes to picture-postcard beaches in Cape Town, you’re spoilt for choice, but Boulders Beach offers up something the others don’t – African Penguins!

  • A guide to top galleries in Cape Town

    The creative energy in Cape Town is palpable and the vast multitude of art galleries in the city bears testament to its commitment to South Africa’s visual arts movement.

  • There’s something for everyone at the V&A Waterfront

    Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, which attracts roughly 24 million visitors each year, is South Africa’s most-visited destination. This is hardly surprising when you think about how much it has to offer!

  • A guide to top theatres in Cape Town

    The performing arts are alive and kicking in the Mother City, with a host of top-class playhouses putting on a diverse variety of performances all around the peninsula.

  • Explore Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain

    Whether it is covered in a blanket of moody clouds or showing off against a crisp cloudless blue sky, Table Mountain is always spectacular.

  • Romantic Stellenbosch

    Want to head out to the Winelands for a romantic weekend? Well, my better half and I recently spent some time in Stellenbosch and I can now provide you with the perfect itinerary for a weekend full of romance.

Cape Town tourism attractions report bumper holiday season so far


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  • EASTER SPECIALS

    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

ICC T20 World Cup Trophy Tour


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  • EASTER SPECIALS

    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

Celebrating a new year in tourism


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  • EASTER SPECIALS

    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

10 ways to beat the heat in Cape Town


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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

  • Spots you can carbo-load at before The Cape Town Cycle Tour

    It’s Cape Town Cycle Tour time! Check out these carb-friendly spots in the Mother City!

  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

The Coffee Route


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  • EASTER SPECIALS

    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

Utopia: A Night at the Movies


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  • EASTER SPECIALS

    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

50 things to do for under R50 in Cape Town


50 things to do for under R50 in Cape Town's Latest Articles

  • Vineyard Hotel’s Elgin Valley Festival

    The Vineyard Hotel is a one of those Cape Town hidden gems. It’s located in the leafy Newlands suburb and there is so much on offer here. It’s also starting to become the go-to hotel in the area for all things food and wine related. For example, there’s a delicious Burgundy Celebration Dinner and an Elgin Valley pinot noir festival coming up. Both of these form part of the hotel’s Tastes of 2016 calendar.

  • Two Oceans Marathon events

    It’s almost time for the 2016 Two Oceans Marathon! Aside from the ultra and half marathon and the trail run, there are various other events that will be on the go. And the best part is that that whole family can be part of it!

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Hout Bay

    Hout Bay, or the Republic of Hout Bay as it is affectionately known by locals, is a fantastic sea-side neighbourhood in Cape Town that offers something for everyone, any day of the week. Here’s a deeper look at what this great Cape Town area has to offer.

  • Take a City Sightseeing bus to Groot Constantia

    Did you know that the City Sightseeing Bus goes to almost all of the Cape Town Big 7? So when you plan a trip to one of Cape Town’s top attractions, why not get there with City Sightseeing? That’s exactly what a group of local Igers were invited to do – take the bus to Cape Town’s oldest wine producing farm, Groot Constantia. And here are some of the amazing images that came out of the day.

  • A Cellar in the City in Cape Town

    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.

  • 50 things to do for under R50 in Cape Town

    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.

  • Road closures & transport for Kaizer Chiefs vs. Bidvest Wits on 19 December

    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.

  • Wine, safaris and amazing views with Jordan Wine Estate

    Jordan Wine Estate proves to be a wine farm that offers so much more than what meets the eye.

Road closures


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  • EASTER SPECIALS

    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

Festive Season Road Closures & Traffic Control


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  • Festive Season Road Closures & Traffic Control

    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.

  • THE EARLY YEARS THEATRE FESTIVAL - A GEM ON CAPE TOWN’S HOLIDAY CALENDAR

    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.

  • Lots of laughs at the Jive Cape Town Funny Festival

    So what’s a girl supposed to do on a dark and stormy night in the middle of the week?  Climb under the duvet with a good book and some hot chocolate?  Not bloody likely! THIS girl grabbed a mate and we dodged fallen branches and ankle deep puddles to get to the Baxter Theatre to catch the Jive Cape Town Funny Festival.

  • Alan’s Airport Transfers & Tours

    Alans Airport Transfers & Tours offers a luxury door-to-door service to the corporate and leisure traveller. Alan Perring’s service is personalised and convenient and offers passengers peace of mind both day and night with no late night or early morning surcharges.

  • Happy Birthday, Georgina

    Georgina turns 100 on the 10th March 2015.  I have the distinct pleasure of sharing a birthday with her, so I was absolutely delighted when I was given the green light to meet her and her daughter, Sue, at Georgina’s home in Rondebosch this morning for a pre-birthday chin wag!

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Muizenberg

    Ok, so Surf rules in Muizenberg,  or “Muizies” as it’s affectionately known to locals. For many locals like me though, it’s more than just a Summer destination where shallow waters offer great family fun and learning to surf has become the number one activity on the jam-packed beachfront.  If you move away from the beach you will discover some quirky characters in this distinctly bohemian seaside village.

  • Your #lovecapetown weekend: What’s on from Friday 7 to Sunday 9 November, 2014

    This weekend we are spoilt for choice… best to do it all!

  • Cape Town International Kite Festival

    The 20th Cape Town International Kite Festival on the 1st and 2nd November 2014, proved to be as popular as ever with over 20,000 attendees enjoying the sunshine, the kites and a lively breeze!

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  • Eikendal Lodge a home from home and then some

    At Eikendal Lodge in Stellenbosch, like all hospitality establishments, they want you to relax and feel at home.

  • Tokara’s New Summer Menu a Must

    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.

  • Soak in Franschhoek at La Petite Ferme

    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.

  • Spier Overflowing with Possibilities

    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.

  • The Mount Nelson’s Long and Storied History

    The Belmond Mount Nelson, affectionately known as ‘the Nellie’, or ‘the Pink Lady’ – the distinctive rosy hue was mixed specially for the hotel in the 1920s – has a fascinating history which dates back to when it was opened in March 1899.

  • Two Flights Experience offered by The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa

    Someone once told me it’s important to have special treats, especially when one is busy. I’m a firm believer in taking time out for the good things in life, and the Two Flights Experience offered by The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa definitely fits that description.

  • Get your Fork out in Cape Town

    On the verge of celebrating its 10th birthday Fork is the original tapas restaurant in Cape Town, something which is now so trendy the style of eating can be found far and wide.

  • Madame Zingara: The Celebration Wows Cape Town

    When you wake up in the morning to find yourself covered in glitter and your pillow smeared with streaks of face paint, chances are you were playing with Madame Zingara the previous night.

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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

  • Spots you can carbo-load at before The Cape Town Cycle Tour

    It’s Cape Town Cycle Tour time! Check out these carb-friendly spots in the Mother City!

  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

  • Spots you can carbo-load at before The Cape Town Cycle Tour

    It’s Cape Town Cycle Tour time! Check out these carb-friendly spots in the Mother City!

  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

  • Spots you can carbo-load at before The Cape Town Cycle Tour

    It’s Cape Town Cycle Tour time! Check out these carb-friendly spots in the Mother City!

  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

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  • EASTER SPECIALS

    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

  • Spots you can carbo-load at before The Cape Town Cycle Tour

    It’s Cape Town Cycle Tour time! Check out these carb-friendly spots in the Mother City!

  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

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  • Places to avoid the south-easter in Cape Town

    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.

  • The Most Beautiful Places to Braai in Cape Town

    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!

  • Live Like a Local: A Day in Cape Town

    Who better understands the Mother City better than a local? That’s right, nobody. Jade Cheyenne provides a step-by-step itinerary - from breakfast till well past dinner - for a day in the Cape Town CBD and surrounds.

  • Open Door Opens In Cape Town

    After their success with Burrata and Bocca, restaurateur and sommelier Neil Grant and business partner Barry Engelbrecht are at it again. This time they’ve chosen Constantia UItsig to open another winning restaurant.

  • Pride in Cape Town: All the pictures

    The Cape Town Pride festival exploded in a rainbow of colours in the Mother City on the weekend as locals and visitors came together from a wide variety of backgrounds to celebrate and support the same cause.

  • Top Design Hotels in Cape Town

    Big, small, BIG - size does not define a design hotel. It is the meeting place of form and function; a style that is unique, technology that is responsive and an environmentally considerate build. Whether your design preference is modern, classic or retro, Cape Town caters to all tastes.

  • 5 Amazing Mountain Bike Trails in Cape Town

    Picking our top five favourite mountain biking trails in Cape Town is like parent to pick their favourite child: we love them all for different reasons!

  • The Insider’s Guide to the Top Wine Routes in Cape Town and Surrounds

    Wine tasting is an utterly charming way to pass the weekend. When paired with some of the most beautiful landscapes on earth, century old architecture and awe-inspiring food, it becomes one of Cape Town’s most beloved tourist activities.

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  • Vineyard Hotel’s Elgin Valley Festival

    The Vineyard Hotel is a one of those Cape Town hidden gems. It’s located in the leafy Newlands suburb and there is so much on offer here. It’s also starting to become the go-to hotel in the area for all things food and wine related. For example, there’s a delicious Burgundy Celebration Dinner and an Elgin Valley pinot noir festival coming up. Both of these form part of the hotel’s Tastes of 2016 calendar.

  • Two Oceans Marathon events

    It’s almost time for the 2016 Two Oceans Marathon! Aside from the ultra and half marathon and the trail run, there are various other events that will be on the go. And the best part is that that whole family can be part of it!

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Hout Bay

    Hout Bay, or the Republic of Hout Bay as it is affectionately known by locals, is a fantastic sea-side neighbourhood in Cape Town that offers something for everyone, any day of the week. Here’s a deeper look at what this great Cape Town area has to offer.

  • Take a City Sightseeing bus to Groot Constantia

    Did you know that the City Sightseeing Bus goes to almost all of the Cape Town Big 7? So when you plan a trip to one of Cape Town’s top attractions, why not get there with City Sightseeing? That’s exactly what a group of local Igers were invited to do – take the bus to Cape Town’s oldest wine producing farm, Groot Constantia. And here are some of the amazing images that came out of the day.

  • A Cellar in the City in Cape Town

    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.

  • 50 things to do for under R50 in Cape Town

    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.

  • Road closures & transport for Kaizer Chiefs vs. Bidvest Wits on 19 December

    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.

  • Wine, safaris and amazing views with Jordan Wine Estate

    Jordan Wine Estate proves to be a wine farm that offers so much more than what meets the eye.

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  • 50 Ways to Travel Like a Local in Cape Town

    The absolute best way to experience this incredible (almost overwhelming) city, is to learn from the locals. To discover what they do, what they like, what they eat. See, the locals are your insiders, your confidants, your peeps. They’re the guys with all the secrets to the best places to hangout, things to eat and stuff to do on a weekend. So to ensure that you don’t miss out on an authentic summer experience in the Mother City this year, we’re sharing our round-up of locals’ ultimate favourites according to your five senses: taste, touch, see, hear and smell.

  • Delicious Day Trip Idea: Groote Post Country Market

    Drive one hour into any direction from Cape Town’s CBD, and you are guaranteed to find magic in the countryside. You will stumble across charming towns, vineyards and orchards, scenic mountains, panoramic Atlantic ocean views, and of course, good old farm markets.

  • Getting our fitness on with Adventure Boot Camp

    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!

  • 15 Brilliant Beaches in Cape Town (with insider tips)

    Did you know that Cape Town has a whopping 72 beaches with a coastline extending 307km along the West Coast, Cape Peninsula and False Bay? Though it’s impossible to choose, here’s our selection of our favourite 15 Cape Town beaches, what to expect, insider’s tips and how to get there ASAP…

  • Bucket List: Visit the Southernmost Tip of Africa Where Two Oceans Meet

    What a goose bump moment. Turning your back on the land, looking out over the ocean and knowing that the entire Africa is lying behind you. It’s a must-do at least once in your life: visiting the southernmost tip of Africa at Cape Agulhas, the place where the Atlantic and Indian oceans meet.

  • Your Epic Guide to Discover the whole of Cape Town: Top 10 Must-Do’s per Region

    So you find yourself staying in a specific region in Cape Town or planning an adventure in another, but don’t really know what to do or where to start? No sweat. We’ve got you covered! Here’s a comprehensive guide to the top 10 must-do, bucket-list, absolutely iconic, ridiculously ultimate things to do in each of the seven map regions of Cape Town, including: Cape Town CBD and Atlantic Seaboard, Cape Peninsula, Helderberg, Cape Flats, Southern Suburbs, Northern Suburbs and Blaauwberg. Go on…download the map and get your camera ready - there are seventy epic experiences and activities waiting for you.

  • Hot in Cape Town: 20 Photos of the new Watershed at the V&A Waterfront

    The new Watershed at the V&A Waterfront is officially the coolest place to buy Christmas presents this year. With over 150 trendy stands selling more than 365 different brands, you will definitely be your family and friends’ favourite person by buying them something super unique and truly Capetonian.

  • Celebrate Tourism Month with These Top 10 Cape Town Events in September

    The month of September is not only the announcement of spectacular Spring in Cape Town, but also the start of international tourism month and heritage month in South Africa, with world tourism day celebrated on 27 September. Since the Mother City is an amazing tourist city with a rich culture, it is just fitting to celebrate this significant month by attending one of the fantastic events happening during this month. Here’s a round-up of the top 10 events…

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  • Vineyard Hotel’s Elgin Valley Festival

    The Vineyard Hotel is a one of those Cape Town hidden gems. It’s located in the leafy Newlands suburb and there is so much on offer here. It’s also starting to become the go-to hotel in the area for all things food and wine related. For example, there’s a delicious Burgundy Celebration Dinner and an Elgin Valley pinot noir festival coming up. Both of these form part of the hotel’s Tastes of 2016 calendar.

  • Two Oceans Marathon events

    It’s almost time for the 2016 Two Oceans Marathon! Aside from the ultra and half marathon and the trail run, there are various other events that will be on the go. And the best part is that that whole family can be part of it!

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Hout Bay

    Hout Bay, or the Republic of Hout Bay as it is affectionately known by locals, is a fantastic sea-side neighbourhood in Cape Town that offers something for everyone, any day of the week. Here’s a deeper look at what this great Cape Town area has to offer.

  • Take a City Sightseeing bus to Groot Constantia

    Did you know that the City Sightseeing Bus goes to almost all of the Cape Town Big 7? So when you plan a trip to one of Cape Town’s top attractions, why not get there with City Sightseeing? That’s exactly what a group of local Igers were invited to do – take the bus to Cape Town’s oldest wine producing farm, Groot Constantia. And here are some of the amazing images that came out of the day.

  • A Cellar in the City in Cape Town

    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.

  • 50 things to do for under R50 in Cape Town

    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.

  • Road closures & transport for Kaizer Chiefs vs. Bidvest Wits on 19 December

    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.

  • Wine, safaris and amazing views with Jordan Wine Estate

    Jordan Wine Estate proves to be a wine farm that offers so much more than what meets the eye.

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  • Eikendal Lodge a home from home and then some

    At Eikendal Lodge in Stellenbosch, like all hospitality establishments, they want you to relax and feel at home.

  • Tokara’s New Summer Menu a Must

    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.

  • Soak in Franschhoek at La Petite Ferme

    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.

  • Spier Overflowing with Possibilities

    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.

  • The Mount Nelson’s Long and Storied History

    The Belmond Mount Nelson, affectionately known as ‘the Nellie’, or ‘the Pink Lady’ – the distinctive rosy hue was mixed specially for the hotel in the 1920s – has a fascinating history which dates back to when it was opened in March 1899.

  • Two Flights Experience offered by The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa

    Someone once told me it’s important to have special treats, especially when one is busy. I’m a firm believer in taking time out for the good things in life, and the Two Flights Experience offered by The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa definitely fits that description.

  • Get your Fork out in Cape Town

    On the verge of celebrating its 10th birthday Fork is the original tapas restaurant in Cape Town, something which is now so trendy the style of eating can be found far and wide.

  • Madame Zingara: The Celebration Wows Cape Town

    When you wake up in the morning to find yourself covered in glitter and your pillow smeared with streaks of face paint, chances are you were playing with Madame Zingara the previous night.

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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

  • Spots you can carbo-load at before The Cape Town Cycle Tour

    It’s Cape Town Cycle Tour time! Check out these carb-friendly spots in the Mother City!

  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

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  • Vineyard Hotel’s Elgin Valley Festival

    The Vineyard Hotel is a one of those Cape Town hidden gems. It’s located in the leafy Newlands suburb and there is so much on offer here. It’s also starting to become the go-to hotel in the area for all things food and wine related. For example, there’s a delicious Burgundy Celebration Dinner and an Elgin Valley pinot noir festival coming up. Both of these form part of the hotel’s Tastes of 2016 calendar.

  • Two Oceans Marathon events

    It’s almost time for the 2016 Two Oceans Marathon! Aside from the ultra and half marathon and the trail run, there are various other events that will be on the go. And the best part is that that whole family can be part of it!

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Hout Bay

    Hout Bay, or the Republic of Hout Bay as it is affectionately known by locals, is a fantastic sea-side neighbourhood in Cape Town that offers something for everyone, any day of the week. Here’s a deeper look at what this great Cape Town area has to offer.

  • Take a City Sightseeing bus to Groot Constantia

    Did you know that the City Sightseeing Bus goes to almost all of the Cape Town Big 7? So when you plan a trip to one of Cape Town’s top attractions, why not get there with City Sightseeing? That’s exactly what a group of local Igers were invited to do – take the bus to Cape Town’s oldest wine producing farm, Groot Constantia. And here are some of the amazing images that came out of the day.

  • A Cellar in the City in Cape Town

    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.

  • 50 things to do for under R50 in Cape Town

    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.

  • Road closures & transport for Kaizer Chiefs vs. Bidvest Wits on 19 December

    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.

  • Wine, safaris and amazing views with Jordan Wine Estate

    Jordan Wine Estate proves to be a wine farm that offers so much more than what meets the eye.

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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

  • Spots you can carbo-load at before The Cape Town Cycle Tour

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  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

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  • Vineyard Hotel’s Elgin Valley Festival

    The Vineyard Hotel is a one of those Cape Town hidden gems. It’s located in the leafy Newlands suburb and there is so much on offer here. It’s also starting to become the go-to hotel in the area for all things food and wine related. For example, there’s a delicious Burgundy Celebration Dinner and an Elgin Valley pinot noir festival coming up. Both of these form part of the hotel’s Tastes of 2016 calendar.

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    It’s almost time for the 2016 Two Oceans Marathon! Aside from the ultra and half marathon and the trail run, there are various other events that will be on the go. And the best part is that that whole family can be part of it!

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Hout Bay

    Hout Bay, or the Republic of Hout Bay as it is affectionately known by locals, is a fantastic sea-side neighbourhood in Cape Town that offers something for everyone, any day of the week. Here’s a deeper look at what this great Cape Town area has to offer.

  • Take a City Sightseeing bus to Groot Constantia

    Did you know that the City Sightseeing Bus goes to almost all of the Cape Town Big 7? So when you plan a trip to one of Cape Town’s top attractions, why not get there with City Sightseeing? That’s exactly what a group of local Igers were invited to do – take the bus to Cape Town’s oldest wine producing farm, Groot Constantia. And here are some of the amazing images that came out of the day.

  • A Cellar in the City in Cape Town

    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.

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    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

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  • Vineyard Hotel’s Elgin Valley Festival

    The Vineyard Hotel is a one of those Cape Town hidden gems. It’s located in the leafy Newlands suburb and there is so much on offer here. It’s also starting to become the go-to hotel in the area for all things food and wine related. For example, there’s a delicious Burgundy Celebration Dinner and an Elgin Valley pinot noir festival coming up. Both of these form part of the hotel’s Tastes of 2016 calendar.

  • Two Oceans Marathon events

    It’s almost time for the 2016 Two Oceans Marathon! Aside from the ultra and half marathon and the trail run, there are various other events that will be on the go. And the best part is that that whole family can be part of it!

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Hout Bay

    Hout Bay, or the Republic of Hout Bay as it is affectionately known by locals, is a fantastic sea-side neighbourhood in Cape Town that offers something for everyone, any day of the week. Here’s a deeper look at what this great Cape Town area has to offer.

  • Take a City Sightseeing bus to Groot Constantia

    Did you know that the City Sightseeing Bus goes to almost all of the Cape Town Big 7? So when you plan a trip to one of Cape Town’s top attractions, why not get there with City Sightseeing? That’s exactly what a group of local Igers were invited to do – take the bus to Cape Town’s oldest wine producing farm, Groot Constantia. And here are some of the amazing images that came out of the day.

  • A Cellar in the City in Cape Town

    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.

  • 50 things to do for under R50 in Cape Town

    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.

  • Road closures & transport for Kaizer Chiefs vs. Bidvest Wits on 19 December

    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.

  • Wine, safaris and amazing views with Jordan Wine Estate

    Jordan Wine Estate proves to be a wine farm that offers so much more than what meets the eye.

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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

  • Spots you can carbo-load at before The Cape Town Cycle Tour

    It’s Cape Town Cycle Tour time! Check out these carb-friendly spots in the Mother City!

  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

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  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

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  • Relax on the lawns of Cape Town’s prettiest garden

    Cape Town’s Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden is proof that not all gardens were created equal. Go on, pay it a visit. You can thank us later.

  • A fun, family hike in Cape Town

    If you’re looking for a fun and relatively easy walk for the whole family, the hike up to the old manganese mines is a good place to start.

  • Get to know the African Penguins at Boulders Beach

    When it comes to picture-postcard beaches in Cape Town, you’re spoilt for choice, but Boulders Beach offers up something the others don’t – African Penguins!

  • A guide to top galleries in Cape Town

    The creative energy in Cape Town is palpable and the vast multitude of art galleries in the city bears testament to its commitment to South Africa’s visual arts movement.

  • There’s something for everyone at the V&A Waterfront

    Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, which attracts roughly 24 million visitors each year, is South Africa’s most-visited destination. This is hardly surprising when you think about how much it has to offer!

  • A guide to top theatres in Cape Town

    The performing arts are alive and kicking in the Mother City, with a host of top-class playhouses putting on a diverse variety of performances all around the peninsula.

  • Explore Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain

    Whether it is covered in a blanket of moody clouds or showing off against a crisp cloudless blue sky, Table Mountain is always spectacular.

  • Romantic Stellenbosch

    Want to head out to the Winelands for a romantic weekend? Well, my better half and I recently spent some time in Stellenbosch and I can now provide you with the perfect itinerary for a weekend full of romance.

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    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.

  • THE EARLY YEARS THEATRE FESTIVAL - A GEM ON CAPE TOWN’S HOLIDAY CALENDAR

    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.

  • Lots of laughs at the Jive Cape Town Funny Festival

    So what’s a girl supposed to do on a dark and stormy night in the middle of the week?  Climb under the duvet with a good book and some hot chocolate?  Not bloody likely! THIS girl grabbed a mate and we dodged fallen branches and ankle deep puddles to get to the Baxter Theatre to catch the Jive Cape Town Funny Festival.

  • Alan’s Airport Transfers & Tours

    Alans Airport Transfers & Tours offers a luxury door-to-door service to the corporate and leisure traveller. Alan Perring’s service is personalised and convenient and offers passengers peace of mind both day and night with no late night or early morning surcharges.

  • Happy Birthday, Georgina

    Georgina turns 100 on the 10th March 2015.  I have the distinct pleasure of sharing a birthday with her, so I was absolutely delighted when I was given the green light to meet her and her daughter, Sue, at Georgina’s home in Rondebosch this morning for a pre-birthday chin wag!

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Muizenberg

    Ok, so Surf rules in Muizenberg,  or “Muizies” as it’s affectionately known to locals. For many locals like me though, it’s more than just a Summer destination where shallow waters offer great family fun and learning to surf has become the number one activity on the jam-packed beachfront.  If you move away from the beach you will discover some quirky characters in this distinctly bohemian seaside village.

  • Your #lovecapetown weekend: What’s on from Friday 7 to Sunday 9 November, 2014

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  • Cape Town International Kite Festival

    The 20th Cape Town International Kite Festival on the 1st and 2nd November 2014, proved to be as popular as ever with over 20,000 attendees enjoying the sunshine, the kites and a lively breeze!

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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

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    It’s Cape Town Cycle Tour time! Check out these carb-friendly spots in the Mother City!

  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

  • Spots you can carbo-load at before The Cape Town Cycle Tour

    It’s Cape Town Cycle Tour time! Check out these carb-friendly spots in the Mother City!

  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

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    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

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    It’s Cape Town Cycle Tour time! Check out these carb-friendly spots in the Mother City!

  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

  • Spots you can carbo-load at before The Cape Town Cycle Tour

    It’s Cape Town Cycle Tour time! Check out these carb-friendly spots in the Mother City!

  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

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  • Two Oceans Road Closures

    The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon is happening this weekend with thousands of hardy souls taking to the streets to take part.If you’re planning on heading out into the Mother City this weekend, be sure to have a look at all the road closures first.

  • Set some time aside for Darling

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, Darling has much to offer the day tripper but it is also well worth planning a longer visit in order to get the most of what is has on offer.

  • Stellenbosch more than just the wine

    When you think of Stellenbosch the first thing that comes to mind is no doubt the abundance of beautiful wine farms and their myriad attractions. But do not overlook spending some time in the quaint historic town with its oak-lined avenues, heritage buildings, wonderful bars and restaurants, and vibrant street life.

  • Head to The Bay for the ultimate Cape Town experience

    Cape Town’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, especially Camps Bay. However, there may be days when you just don’t want to battle the crowds to find your place in the sun, and frankly, swimming is not an option. That is when you set up shop at The Bay Hotel.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Langa

    Langa was a focal area for much of the resistance against the apartheid government and as such has a rich – if often turbulent – history. It is well known for its cultural offerings, its warmth and sense of community and wide array of offerings available to visitors.

  • Travel like a local: Your neighbourhood guide to Woodstock

    Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, an area favoured by locals and for good reason.

  • Spots you can carbo-load at before The Cape Town Cycle Tour

    It’s Cape Town Cycle Tour time! Check out these carb-friendly spots in the Mother City!

  • Swimming with dolphins and seals in Cape Town

    As the sun beats down on the Mother City, there are few better places to be than bobbing around in the Atlantic Ocean, even when it is at its iciest. Add to the occasion, a pod of dusky dolphins in the midst of a feeding frenzy and I think it’s pretty safe to say there are none.

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    At Eikendal Lodge in Stellenbosch, like all hospitality establishments, they want you to relax and feel at home.

  • Tokara’s New Summer Menu a Must

    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.

  • Soak in Franschhoek at La Petite Ferme

    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.

  • Spier Overflowing with Possibilities

    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.

  • The Mount Nelson’s Long and Storied History

    The Belmond Mount Nelson, affectionately known as ‘the Nellie’, or ‘the Pink Lady’ – the distinctive rosy hue was mixed specially for the hotel in the 1920s – has a fascinating history which dates back to when it was opened in March 1899.

  • Two Flights Experience offered by The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa

    Someone once told me it’s important to have special treats, especially when one is busy. I’m a firm believer in taking time out for the good things in life, and the Two Flights Experience offered by The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa definitely fits that description.

  • Get your Fork out in Cape Town

    On the verge of celebrating its 10th birthday Fork is the original tapas restaurant in Cape Town, something which is now so trendy the style of eating can be found far and wide.

  • Madame Zingara: The Celebration Wows Cape Town

    When you wake up in the morning to find yourself covered in glitter and your pillow smeared with streaks of face paint, chances are you were playing with Madame Zingara the previous night.

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  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

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    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

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    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

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    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.

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    Cape Town’s Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden is proof that not all gardens were created equal. Go on, pay it a visit. You can thank us later.

  • A fun, family hike in Cape Town

    If you’re looking for a fun and relatively easy walk for the whole family, the hike up to the old manganese mines is a good place to start.

  • Get to know the African Penguins at Boulders Beach

    When it comes to picture-postcard beaches in Cape Town, you’re spoilt for choice, but Boulders Beach offers up something the others don’t – African Penguins!

  • A guide to top galleries in Cape Town

    The creative energy in Cape Town is palpable and the vast multitude of art galleries in the city bears testament to its commitment to South Africa’s visual arts movement.

  • There’s something for everyone at the V&A Waterfront

    Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, which attracts roughly 24 million visitors each year, is South Africa’s most-visited destination. This is hardly surprising when you think about how much it has to offer!

  • A guide to top theatres in Cape Town

    The performing arts are alive and kicking in the Mother City, with a host of top-class playhouses putting on a diverse variety of performances all around the peninsula.

  • Explore Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain

    Whether it is covered in a blanket of moody clouds or showing off against a crisp cloudless blue sky, Table Mountain is always spectacular.

  • Romantic Stellenbosch

    Want to head out to the Winelands for a romantic weekend? Well, my better half and I recently spent some time in Stellenbosch and I can now provide you with the perfect itinerary for a weekend full of romance.

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  • EASTER SPECIALS

    Easter is a special time for family and friends.  In Cape Town we celebrate it in so many ways.

  • Must-drink wines when in Cape Town

    Cape Town and surrounds have such an incredible offering of wines that just looking at it can be quite overwhelming. We decided to put together a list of our favourites to help you enjoy the best the region has to offer. Of course all these wineries offer spectacular wines, but these are my favourites to keep your collection fresh and varied.