Soak up rays on Cape Town's salt-white beaches, peer off the edge of a sheer rockface overlooking the buzzing city or sample the world's finest wines after a picturesque round of golf.
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Local Tip Go thirsty! This Belgian restaurant has one of the best selections of quality local and imported beers anywhere at the Waterfront, and should be your first stop after a tough day of sightseeing. Their steaks...
Local Tip The cocktails at the Grand Café and Beach are famous - on a warm day, reserve a table on the beach for the early eve to enjoy a sundowner, before tucking into their extravagant menu, all with your toes still...
The Mother City is on everyone’s radar at the moment, and for good reason. It’s a vibey, growing city that has its finger on the creative pulse...more »
The J&B Met is one of the country’s most prestigious...more »
Cape Town was the perfect place to conclude our travels in Africa. Each destination thus far had shown us a different side of the continent: wildlife on the Serengeti, nomadic tribes in the land of...more »
When it comes to the Cape peninsula mountain range there is no shortage of paths and hikes to choose from. Around 900 actually, so the choice is...more »
The 2013 Cape Winelands Film Festival presents an unparalleled window on quality films from around the globe. Movie lovers and film students should not miss the rich selection of world cinema including more than 150 features, documentaries and shorts. Listed as one of the leading film festivals worldwide by The International Film Guide, many... more »
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