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Why Climb Lion’s Head Cape Town?

One of the most popular landmarks in South Africa's Mother City, Lion's Head Cape Town forms part of Table Mountain. This mountain slope gets its name from its shape, which resembles a proud lion when viewed from far away. It is favoured by local and international walkers and hikers, who venture up its slopes in search of the best views in town. Why Climb Lion's Head Cape Town Whether gazing at it from afar or exploring its slopes, Lion's Head Cape Town is every bit as 'Capetonian' as the ocean, Table Mountain and the V&A Waterfront. While it is lovely to photograph from afar, the best way to truly take in the slope [more]

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April 2017 Events in Cape Town

Autumn is in full swing, and, if these April 2017 events in Cape Town are anything to go by, we have a fabulous month ahead! April kicks off with the annual Jazz Festival, which takes place from the 31 March to 1 April 2017. Other highlights to look forward to this year include the Whisky Live Celebration, Easter, Decorex Cape Town and the SA Cheese Festival. April 2017 Events in Cape Town From food to spirits; decor to chocolate, this month has something for everyone to enjoy. Ready to see what the next month has in store for us? Keep reading to get a sneak peek at some of our featured April evens in [more]

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Best Restaurants in Cape Town: 2017 Edition [Part 1]

Our guide to the best restaurants in Cape Town takes us across the Mother City on a journey of flavours, aromas and fresh ingredients. In this series, we will be showcasing some of the finest restaurants that the city has to offer, from fine dining establishments to cheerful breakfast haunts and local favourites. Best Restaurants in Cape Town 2017 Edition Part 1 In the first part of our Cape Town restaurant guide, we are focusing on fine dining. Not surprisingly from a city famous for its winelands and cuisine, fine dining plays a vital role in the Cape. The city is home to a number of five-star establishments across the peninsula. From trendy city [more]

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Easter in Cape Town 2017 – Early Bird Guide

Easter in Cape Town 2017 is just around the corner. This year, we have decided to get a head-start on our planning so that we can relax and enjoy the wait. Taking place on Sunday 16 April 2017, Easter is celebrated in different ways across the city. Whether you're looking for things to do this year for the family, or you will be travelling to Cape Town and need some ideas on where to go, we have you covered. Easter in Cape Town 2017 Wondering how to spend Easter in Cape Town this year? From Easter egg hunts to traditional lunch buffets, we have rounded up some of the best ways to celebrate Easter [more]

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Cape Town Carnival 2017

This coming Saturday on 18 March 2017, the much-anticipated Cape Town Carnival 2017 will be taking to the streets of the City Centre. This event is a 100% free, family-friendly event that includes a magical costumed procession down the Fan Walk. Afterwards, a major street party keeps the festivities going until midnight. Every year has a theme, with costumes and performances tailored around the theme. The performances are incredible, with some jaw-dropping costumes that add even more to the show. Cape Town Carnival 2017 If you're looking for something fun to do this weekend, make sure that you head on down to the CBD to watch the carnival unfold! In [more]

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