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SunStar shines brightly on Signal Hill


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  • SunStar shines brightly on Signal Hill

    Last night the SunStar Beacon of Hope was unveiled and lit up on Signal Hill. And it looks pretty spectacular. Designed by Christopher Swift and part of the World Design Capital initiatives, the SunStar was made with pieces of the fencing from Robben Island. Standing 24 metres high, this outdoor art installation will stay on Signal Hill for about six months before it’s moved, possibly to one of the properties of Sun International, who funded the piece.

  • Stellenbosch Cycle Tour road closures announced

    The 2014 Stellenbosch Cycle Tour, presented by Liberty, has announced scheduled road closures and traffic delays in Stellenbosch and surrounding areas on race day.

  • Your #lovecapetown weekend:What’s on from Friday 21 November to Sunday 23 November, 2014

    With so much happening in #lovecapetown this weekend, it’s not a case of what to do in the Mother City, but rather can you fit it all in? We bring you some of this weekend’s top choices.

  • Cape Town Jazz Festival is on its way!

    The Cape Town International Jazz Festival is a huge annual event that brings together top-class local and international jazz acts for the entertainment of those in the Mother City. It’s an event that people travel for and an event where if you’re not quick off the mark for tickets, you stand a good chance of missing out. Some of the line-up for the 2015 festival has just been announced and judging by the talent, the next Cape Town International Jazz Festival looks all set to impress the crowds.

  • 4 new and unique things to do in Cape Town

    Cape Town is one of the world’s greatest entertainers. Warm, welcoming and always seeking new and unique ways of showing off what she has to offer. Every day of the year, visitors and locals alike are treated to the myriad of fantastic events and activities on offer in the city. From open-air theatres to ziplines high above the Constantia Valley, here are four new and unique things you can do in the Mother City. Do one or do them all, just make sure you get involved.

  • 5 award-winning hotels in Cape Town

    In honour of Cape Town coming out on top of an Agoda.com survey for the global travel destination with the highest rated hotels, we take a look at five award-winning hotels located in the Mother City.

  • Volvo Ocean Race 2014: Chasing yachts in Cape Town

    If you’ve been in and around Cape Town this past week and a bit, it would have been difficult not to notice the festivities surrounding the Volvo Ocean Race. We got up close and personal with the race leaders on the weekend.

  • Get an education in beer in the Mother City

    Whether you consider yourself a connoisseur of beer or just enjoy drinking the amber nectar, the Cape Town Festival of Beer is tailor-made for you!

Stellenbosch Cycle Tour road closures announced


Stellenbosch Cycle Tour road closures announced's Latest Articles

  • SunStar shines brightly on Signal Hill

    Last night the SunStar Beacon of Hope was unveiled and lit up on Signal Hill. And it looks pretty spectacular. Designed by Christopher Swift and part of the World Design Capital initiatives, the SunStar was made with pieces of the fencing from Robben Island. Standing 24 metres high, this outdoor art installation will stay on Signal Hill for about six months before it’s moved, possibly to one of the properties of Sun International, who funded the piece.

  • Stellenbosch Cycle Tour road closures announced

    The 2014 Stellenbosch Cycle Tour, presented by Liberty, has announced scheduled road closures and traffic delays in Stellenbosch and surrounding areas on race day.

  • Your #lovecapetown weekend:What’s on from Friday 21 November to Sunday 23 November, 2014

    With so much happening in #lovecapetown this weekend, it’s not a case of what to do in the Mother City, but rather can you fit it all in? We bring you some of this weekend’s top choices.

  • Cape Town Jazz Festival is on its way!

    The Cape Town International Jazz Festival is a huge annual event that brings together top-class local and international jazz acts for the entertainment of those in the Mother City. It’s an event that people travel for and an event where if you’re not quick off the mark for tickets, you stand a good chance of missing out. Some of the line-up for the 2015 festival has just been announced and judging by the talent, the next Cape Town International Jazz Festival looks all set to impress the crowds.

  • 4 new and unique things to do in Cape Town

    Cape Town is one of the world’s greatest entertainers. Warm, welcoming and always seeking new and unique ways of showing off what she has to offer. Every day of the year, visitors and locals alike are treated to the myriad of fantastic events and activities on offer in the city. From open-air theatres to ziplines high above the Constantia Valley, here are four new and unique things you can do in the Mother City. Do one or do them all, just make sure you get involved.

  • 5 award-winning hotels in Cape Town

    In honour of Cape Town coming out on top of an Agoda.com survey for the global travel destination with the highest rated hotels, we take a look at five award-winning hotels located in the Mother City.

  • Volvo Ocean Race 2014: Chasing yachts in Cape Town

    If you’ve been in and around Cape Town this past week and a bit, it would have been difficult not to notice the festivities surrounding the Volvo Ocean Race. We got up close and personal with the race leaders on the weekend.

  • Get an education in beer in the Mother City

    Whether you consider yourself a connoisseur of beer or just enjoy drinking the amber nectar, the Cape Town Festival of Beer is tailor-made for you!

Your #lovecapetown weekend:What’s on from Friday 21 November to Sunday 23 November, 2014


Your #lovecapetown weekend:What’s on from Friday 21 November to Sunday 23 November, 2014's Latest Articles

  • SunStar shines brightly on Signal Hill

    Last night the SunStar Beacon of Hope was unveiled and lit up on Signal Hill. And it looks pretty spectacular. Designed by Christopher Swift and part of the World Design Capital initiatives, the SunStar was made with pieces of the fencing from Robben Island. Standing 24 metres high, this outdoor art installation will stay on Signal Hill for about six months before it’s moved, possibly to one of the properties of Sun International, who funded the piece.

  • Stellenbosch Cycle Tour road closures announced

    The 2014 Stellenbosch Cycle Tour, presented by Liberty, has announced scheduled road closures and traffic delays in Stellenbosch and surrounding areas on race day.

  • Your #lovecapetown weekend:What’s on from Friday 21 November to Sunday 23 November, 2014

    With so much happening in #lovecapetown this weekend, it’s not a case of what to do in the Mother City, but rather can you fit it all in? We bring you some of this weekend’s top choices.

  • Cape Town Jazz Festival is on its way!

    The Cape Town International Jazz Festival is a huge annual event that brings together top-class local and international jazz acts for the entertainment of those in the Mother City. It’s an event that people travel for and an event where if you’re not quick off the mark for tickets, you stand a good chance of missing out. Some of the line-up for the 2015 festival has just been announced and judging by the talent, the next Cape Town International Jazz Festival looks all set to impress the crowds.

  • 4 new and unique things to do in Cape Town

    Cape Town is one of the world’s greatest entertainers. Warm, welcoming and always seeking new and unique ways of showing off what she has to offer. Every day of the year, visitors and locals alike are treated to the myriad of fantastic events and activities on offer in the city. From open-air theatres to ziplines high above the Constantia Valley, here are four new and unique things you can do in the Mother City. Do one or do them all, just make sure you get involved.

  • 5 award-winning hotels in Cape Town

    In honour of Cape Town coming out on top of an Agoda.com survey for the global travel destination with the highest rated hotels, we take a look at five award-winning hotels located in the Mother City.

  • Volvo Ocean Race 2014: Chasing yachts in Cape Town

    If you’ve been in and around Cape Town this past week and a bit, it would have been difficult not to notice the festivities surrounding the Volvo Ocean Race. We got up close and personal with the race leaders on the weekend.

  • Get an education in beer in the Mother City

    Whether you consider yourself a connoisseur of beer or just enjoy drinking the amber nectar, the Cape Town Festival of Beer is tailor-made for you!

Cape Town Jazz Festival is on its way!


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  • SunStar shines brightly on Signal Hill

    Last night the SunStar Beacon of Hope was unveiled and lit up on Signal Hill. And it looks pretty spectacular. Designed by Christopher Swift and part of the World Design Capital initiatives, the SunStar was made with pieces of the fencing from Robben Island. Standing 24 metres high, this outdoor art installation will stay on Signal Hill for about six months before it’s moved, possibly to one of the properties of Sun International, who funded the piece.

  • Stellenbosch Cycle Tour road closures announced

    The 2014 Stellenbosch Cycle Tour, presented by Liberty, has announced scheduled road closures and traffic delays in Stellenbosch and surrounding areas on race day.

  • Your #lovecapetown weekend:What’s on from Friday 21 November to Sunday 23 November, 2014

    With so much happening in #lovecapetown this weekend, it’s not a case of what to do in the Mother City, but rather can you fit it all in? We bring you some of this weekend’s top choices.

  • Cape Town Jazz Festival is on its way!

    The Cape Town International Jazz Festival is a huge annual event that brings together top-class local and international jazz acts for the entertainment of those in the Mother City. It’s an event that people travel for and an event where if you’re not quick off the mark for tickets, you stand a good chance of missing out. Some of the line-up for the 2015 festival has just been announced and judging by the talent, the next Cape Town International Jazz Festival looks all set to impress the crowds.

  • 4 new and unique things to do in Cape Town

    Cape Town is one of the world’s greatest entertainers. Warm, welcoming and always seeking new and unique ways of showing off what she has to offer. Every day of the year, visitors and locals alike are treated to the myriad of fantastic events and activities on offer in the city. From open-air theatres to ziplines high above the Constantia Valley, here are four new and unique things you can do in the Mother City. Do one or do them all, just make sure you get involved.

  • 5 award-winning hotels in Cape Town

    In honour of Cape Town coming out on top of an Agoda.com survey for the global travel destination with the highest rated hotels, we take a look at five award-winning hotels located in the Mother City.

  • Volvo Ocean Race 2014: Chasing yachts in Cape Town

    If you’ve been in and around Cape Town this past week and a bit, it would have been difficult not to notice the festivities surrounding the Volvo Ocean Race. We got up close and personal with the race leaders on the weekend.

  • Get an education in beer in the Mother City

    Whether you consider yourself a connoisseur of beer or just enjoy drinking the amber nectar, the Cape Town Festival of Beer is tailor-made for you!

4 new and unique things to do in Cape Town


4 new and unique things to do in Cape Town's Latest Articles

  • SunStar shines brightly on Signal Hill

    Last night the SunStar Beacon of Hope was unveiled and lit up on Signal Hill. And it looks pretty spectacular. Designed by Christopher Swift and part of the World Design Capital initiatives, the SunStar was made with pieces of the fencing from Robben Island. Standing 24 metres high, this outdoor art installation will stay on Signal Hill for about six months before it’s moved, possibly to one of the properties of Sun International, who funded the piece.

  • Stellenbosch Cycle Tour road closures announced

    The 2014 Stellenbosch Cycle Tour, presented by Liberty, has announced scheduled road closures and traffic delays in Stellenbosch and surrounding areas on race day.

  • Your #lovecapetown weekend:What’s on from Friday 21 November to Sunday 23 November, 2014

    With so much happening in #lovecapetown this weekend, it’s not a case of what to do in the Mother City, but rather can you fit it all in? We bring you some of this weekend’s top choices.

  • Cape Town Jazz Festival is on its way!

    The Cape Town International Jazz Festival is a huge annual event that brings together top-class local and international jazz acts for the entertainment of those in the Mother City. It’s an event that people travel for and an event where if you’re not quick off the mark for tickets, you stand a good chance of missing out. Some of the line-up for the 2015 festival has just been announced and judging by the talent, the next Cape Town International Jazz Festival looks all set to impress the crowds.

  • 4 new and unique things to do in Cape Town

    Cape Town is one of the world’s greatest entertainers. Warm, welcoming and always seeking new and unique ways of showing off what she has to offer. Every day of the year, visitors and locals alike are treated to the myriad of fantastic events and activities on offer in the city. From open-air theatres to ziplines high above the Constantia Valley, here are four new and unique things you can do in the Mother City. Do one or do them all, just make sure you get involved.

  • 5 award-winning hotels in Cape Town

    In honour of Cape Town coming out on top of an Agoda.com survey for the global travel destination with the highest rated hotels, we take a look at five award-winning hotels located in the Mother City.

  • Volvo Ocean Race 2014: Chasing yachts in Cape Town

    If you’ve been in and around Cape Town this past week and a bit, it would have been difficult not to notice the festivities surrounding the Volvo Ocean Race. We got up close and personal with the race leaders on the weekend.

  • Get an education in beer in the Mother City

    Whether you consider yourself a connoisseur of beer or just enjoy drinking the amber nectar, the Cape Town Festival of Beer is tailor-made for you!

5 award-winning hotels in Cape Town


5 award-winning hotels in Cape Town's Latest Articles

  • SunStar shines brightly on Signal Hill

    Last night the SunStar Beacon of Hope was unveiled and lit up on Signal Hill. And it looks pretty spectacular. Designed by Christopher Swift and part of the World Design Capital initiatives, the SunStar was made with pieces of the fencing from Robben Island. Standing 24 metres high, this outdoor art installation will stay on Signal Hill for about six months before it’s moved, possibly to one of the properties of Sun International, who funded the piece.

  • Stellenbosch Cycle Tour road closures announced

    The 2014 Stellenbosch Cycle Tour, presented by Liberty, has announced scheduled road closures and traffic delays in Stellenbosch and surrounding areas on race day.

  • Your #lovecapetown weekend:What’s on from Friday 21 November to Sunday 23 November, 2014

    With so much happening in #lovecapetown this weekend, it’s not a case of what to do in the Mother City, but rather can you fit it all in? We bring you some of this weekend’s top choices.

  • Cape Town Jazz Festival is on its way!

    The Cape Town International Jazz Festival is a huge annual event that brings together top-class local and international jazz acts for the entertainment of those in the Mother City. It’s an event that people travel for and an event where if you’re not quick off the mark for tickets, you stand a good chance of missing out. Some of the line-up for the 2015 festival has just been announced and judging by the talent, the next Cape Town International Jazz Festival looks all set to impress the crowds.

  • 4 new and unique things to do in Cape Town

    Cape Town is one of the world’s greatest entertainers. Warm, welcoming and always seeking new and unique ways of showing off what she has to offer. Every day of the year, visitors and locals alike are treated to the myriad of fantastic events and activities on offer in the city. From open-air theatres to ziplines high above the Constantia Valley, here are four new and unique things you can do in the Mother City. Do one or do them all, just make sure you get involved.

  • 5 award-winning hotels in Cape Town

    In honour of Cape Town coming out on top of an Agoda.com survey for the global travel destination with the highest rated hotels, we take a look at five award-winning hotels located in the Mother City.

  • Volvo Ocean Race 2014: Chasing yachts in Cape Town

    If you’ve been in and around Cape Town this past week and a bit, it would have been difficult not to notice the festivities surrounding the Volvo Ocean Race. We got up close and personal with the race leaders on the weekend.

  • Get an education in beer in the Mother City

    Whether you consider yourself a connoisseur of beer or just enjoy drinking the amber nectar, the Cape Town Festival of Beer is tailor-made for you!

The Insider’s Guide to Epic Events in Cape Town in Early 2015


The Insider’s Guide to Epic Events in Cape Town in Early 2015's Latest Articles

  • The Insider’s Guide to Epic Events in Cape Town in Early 2015

    So you’re planning a spectacular adventure and beautiful Cape Town has tantalised her way into your consideration. When to come? And to coincide with what? Here is our insider’s guide to the most awesome events coming up in early 2015:

  • 5 Stunningly Romantic Spots in Cape Town

    With Valentines Day coming up in 3 months time and Cape Town becoming a growing hotbed (pun intended) for international marriage proposals, we take a look at some of the most romantic spots in the Cape to help you plan your next amazing ambush for your beloved.

  • 7 Places You Can Paint the Sky - Guy Fawkes in Cape Town

    Here in South Africa it’s illegal to discharge fireworks displays in our own backyard for safety reasons. But there are plenty of parks and public areas designated locations for launching your pretties into the sky!

  • Pinch Me Please: 5 Gobsmackingly Good Looking Beaches in Cape Town

    Look down at the postcard. Look up at the beach. Look down at the postcard. Now slowly pick your jaw up from the ground. Yes, these 5 beaches in Cape Town are even more ridiculously good looking in real life than any picture could prepare you for.

  • A Land of Mountain Splendor: 13 Pics that Will Make You Want to Explore Beyond Cape Town

    Have you ever got an urge to explore, to look upon Earth’s bounty with wonder? Here are 13 pictures of the Cape’s beautiful landscapes that will make you want to adventure beyond the city’s majesty, Table Mountain.

  • Berry Berry Nice! 6 Pretty Places To Pick Your Own Fruit in Cape Town

    Get in touch with your most authentic self amongst the gorgeous fruit fields of Cape Town and take home the freshest of the fresh for your next culinary creation. There’s nothing more invigorating - especially when you add a glass of wine to the mix!

  • 6 of the Cape’s Most Gorgeous Heritage Spots

    As every tourist knows, the story of a country can’t be adequately told in the history books. It’s in the people, the buildings, the laughter and the landscape and it demands to be experienced before it can be understood. Here are 6 of Cape Town’s most beautiful heritage spots for you to begin your journey.

  • The 7 Most Beautiful Places to Braai in Cape Town this Heritage Day

    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 7 most beautiful spots in Cape Town for you to unleash your glorious cooking this Heritage Day!

Volvo Ocean Race 2014: Chasing yachts in Cape Town


Volvo Ocean Race 2014: Chasing yachts in Cape Town's Latest Articles

  • SunStar shines brightly on Signal Hill

    Last night the SunStar Beacon of Hope was unveiled and lit up on Signal Hill. And it looks pretty spectacular. Designed by Christopher Swift and part of the World Design Capital initiatives, the SunStar was made with pieces of the fencing from Robben Island. Standing 24 metres high, this outdoor art installation will stay on Signal Hill for about six months before it’s moved, possibly to one of the properties of Sun International, who funded the piece.

  • Stellenbosch Cycle Tour road closures announced

    The 2014 Stellenbosch Cycle Tour, presented by Liberty, has announced scheduled road closures and traffic delays in Stellenbosch and surrounding areas on race day.

  • Your #lovecapetown weekend:What’s on from Friday 21 November to Sunday 23 November, 2014

    With so much happening in #lovecapetown this weekend, it’s not a case of what to do in the Mother City, but rather can you fit it all in? We bring you some of this weekend’s top choices.

  • Cape Town Jazz Festival is on its way!

    The Cape Town International Jazz Festival is a huge annual event that brings together top-class local and international jazz acts for the entertainment of those in the Mother City. It’s an event that people travel for and an event where if you’re not quick off the mark for tickets, you stand a good chance of missing out. Some of the line-up for the 2015 festival has just been announced and judging by the talent, the next Cape Town International Jazz Festival looks all set to impress the crowds.

  • 4 new and unique things to do in Cape Town

    Cape Town is one of the world’s greatest entertainers. Warm, welcoming and always seeking new and unique ways of showing off what she has to offer. Every day of the year, visitors and locals alike are treated to the myriad of fantastic events and activities on offer in the city. From open-air theatres to ziplines high above the Constantia Valley, here are four new and unique things you can do in the Mother City. Do one or do them all, just make sure you get involved.

  • 5 award-winning hotels in Cape Town

    In honour of Cape Town coming out on top of an Agoda.com survey for the global travel destination with the highest rated hotels, we take a look at five award-winning hotels located in the Mother City.

  • Volvo Ocean Race 2014: Chasing yachts in Cape Town

    If you’ve been in and around Cape Town this past week and a bit, it would have been difficult not to notice the festivities surrounding the Volvo Ocean Race. We got up close and personal with the race leaders on the weekend.

  • Get an education in beer in the Mother City

    Whether you consider yourself a connoisseur of beer or just enjoy drinking the amber nectar, the Cape Town Festival of Beer is tailor-made for you!

Get an education in beer in the Mother City


Get an education in beer in the Mother City's Latest Articles

  • SunStar shines brightly on Signal Hill

    Last night the SunStar Beacon of Hope was unveiled and lit up on Signal Hill. And it looks pretty spectacular. Designed by Christopher Swift and part of the World Design Capital initiatives, the SunStar was made with pieces of the fencing from Robben Island. Standing 24 metres high, this outdoor art installation will stay on Signal Hill for about six months before it’s moved, possibly to one of the properties of Sun International, who funded the piece.

  • Stellenbosch Cycle Tour road closures announced

    The 2014 Stellenbosch Cycle Tour, presented by Liberty, has announced scheduled road closures and traffic delays in Stellenbosch and surrounding areas on race day.

  • Your #lovecapetown weekend:What’s on from Friday 21 November to Sunday 23 November, 2014

    With so much happening in #lovecapetown this weekend, it’s not a case of what to do in the Mother City, but rather can you fit it all in? We bring you some of this weekend’s top choices.

  • Cape Town Jazz Festival is on its way!

    The Cape Town International Jazz Festival is a huge annual event that brings together top-class local and international jazz acts for the entertainment of those in the Mother City. It’s an event that people travel for and an event where if you’re not quick off the mark for tickets, you stand a good chance of missing out. Some of the line-up for the 2015 festival has just been announced and judging by the talent, the next Cape Town International Jazz Festival looks all set to impress the crowds.

  • 4 new and unique things to do in Cape Town

    Cape Town is one of the world’s greatest entertainers. Warm, welcoming and always seeking new and unique ways of showing off what she has to offer. Every day of the year, visitors and locals alike are treated to the myriad of fantastic events and activities on offer in the city. From open-air theatres to ziplines high above the Constantia Valley, here are four new and unique things you can do in the Mother City. Do one or do them all, just make sure you get involved.

  • 5 award-winning hotels in Cape Town

    In honour of Cape Town coming out on top of an Agoda.com survey for the global travel destination with the highest rated hotels, we take a look at five award-winning hotels located in the Mother City.

  • Volvo Ocean Race 2014: Chasing yachts in Cape Town

    If you’ve been in and around Cape Town this past week and a bit, it would have been difficult not to notice the festivities surrounding the Volvo Ocean Race. We got up close and personal with the race leaders on the weekend.

  • Get an education in beer in the Mother City

    Whether you consider yourself a connoisseur of beer or just enjoy drinking the amber nectar, the Cape Town Festival of Beer is tailor-made for you!

Your #lovecapetown weekend: What’s on from Friday 14th to Sunday 16th November 2014


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New in Cape Town: Zipline Slide Above the Trees


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Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Sunset Special 2014/2015


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From the CEO: Keeping our Visitors Safe this Holiday Season


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  • 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.

  • 25 Ways to Travel Like a Local in Cape Town this Summer

    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.

  • 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…

  • The Quirkiest Out of Town Stay at Old Mac Daddy

    Been there, done that, right? Well just around the corner from #lovecapetown, tucked away in the beautiful Elgin valley is a quirky and unique way to spend a night out of town: in brilliantly revamped Airstream trailers.

  • 9 Things that are Better during Winter in Cape Town

    Did you know that the Mother City offers a range of activities that are definitely best experienced from May to September each year? Yup! There are many of them but here’s our list of top 9 reasons to visit Cape Town specifically during this time to make your winter wonderful and your Spring, well, quite spectacular to be honest. Don’t say you didn’t know…

  • 10 Brilliant Bird-watching Spots in Cape Town

    Whether you are looking at ticking-off some seriously rare birds from your life-list, or just want to enjoy a casual outing spotting some beautiful feathered creatures - Cape Town is an amazing destination to do just that.

  • 5 Cheap & Cheerful things to do in Cape Town

    The great thing about experiencing Cape Town is that you don’t have to spend a fortune to have fun. Usually around this time of year most of us need to budget rather than blast our money, so why not embrace the philosophy that the best things in life are free … or perhaps rather, very affordable.

5 Stunningly Romantic Spots in Cape Town


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  • The Insider’s Guide to Epic Events in Cape Town in Early 2015

    So you’re planning a spectacular adventure and beautiful Cape Town has tantalised her way into your consideration. When to come? And to coincide with what? Here is our insider’s guide to the most awesome events coming up in early 2015:

  • 5 Stunningly Romantic Spots in Cape Town

    With Valentines Day coming up in 3 months time and Cape Town becoming a growing hotbed (pun intended) for international marriage proposals, we take a look at some of the most romantic spots in the Cape to help you plan your next amazing ambush for your beloved.

  • 7 Places You Can Paint the Sky - Guy Fawkes in Cape Town

    Here in South Africa it’s illegal to discharge fireworks displays in our own backyard for safety reasons. But there are plenty of parks and public areas designated locations for launching your pretties into the sky!

  • Pinch Me Please: 5 Gobsmackingly Good Looking Beaches in Cape Town

    Look down at the postcard. Look up at the beach. Look down at the postcard. Now slowly pick your jaw up from the ground. Yes, these 5 beaches in Cape Town are even more ridiculously good looking in real life than any picture could prepare you for.

  • A Land of Mountain Splendor: 13 Pics that Will Make You Want to Explore Beyond Cape Town

    Have you ever got an urge to explore, to look upon Earth’s bounty with wonder? Here are 13 pictures of the Cape’s beautiful landscapes that will make you want to adventure beyond the city’s majesty, Table Mountain.

  • Berry Berry Nice! 6 Pretty Places To Pick Your Own Fruit in Cape Town

    Get in touch with your most authentic self amongst the gorgeous fruit fields of Cape Town and take home the freshest of the fresh for your next culinary creation. There’s nothing more invigorating - especially when you add a glass of wine to the mix!

  • 6 of the Cape’s Most Gorgeous Heritage Spots

    As every tourist knows, the story of a country can’t be adequately told in the history books. It’s in the people, the buildings, the laughter and the landscape and it demands to be experienced before it can be understood. Here are 6 of Cape Town’s most beautiful heritage spots for you to begin your journey.

  • The 7 Most Beautiful Places to Braai in Cape Town this Heritage Day

    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 7 most beautiful spots in Cape Town for you to unleash your glorious cooking this Heritage Day!

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Cape Town tourism industry optimistic about upcoming holiday season


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  • Top Places in Sea Point

    Sea Point has long been a #lovecapetown favourite.

  • #lovecapetown, Love Food!

    Our #lovecapetown food blogger, Rachelle Lucas (@TravelBlggr), recently spent a week exploring Cape Town’s diverse culinary scene. From dinners in chefs’ private cellars and an eight-course meal with The Creamery, to a V&A Waterfront Foodie Tour and roadside stops for local favourites, Rachelle has experienced a taste sensation!

  • #LoveCapeTown bloggers get acquainted with #WDC2014

    With only three months to go until Cape Town officially begins its World Design Capital 2014 celebrations our #LoveCapeTown bloggers headed for Langa and Grassy Park to find out what the title is all about.

  • The V&A Waterfront Harbour Life in #LoveCapeTown

    The V&A Waterfront is South Africa’s oldest working harbour and the country’s most visited cultural destination in #LoveCapeTown, attracting millions of visitors each year.

  • Inside the Travel Lab #Love(s)CapeTown

    Our #LoveCapeTown blogger, Abigail King , has been in Cape Town for a little over a week now experiencing our hometown through the eyes of locals, from the City Centre and Bo Kaap to Langa and Masiphumelele.

  • #LoveCapeTown’s Vineyard Hotel Demonstrates Responsible Tourism

    The Vineyard Hotel , one of #LoveCapeTown’s top hotels in Newlands, is also a pioneer in responsible tourism, offering eco-friendly hospitality in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town.

  • The Backpack Celebrates Responsible Tourism in #LoveCapeTown

    Not just an affordable accommodation option The Backpack is also a pioneer in responsible tourism, offering eco-friendly hospitality in the heart of the Mother City (74 New Church Street, Cape Town).

  • Inspiring Spring – Get Out And Enjoy The Sun In #LoveCapeTown

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