The Cape Peninsula Full Day Tour from African Eagle Day Tours offers the chance to explore the beautiful peninsula and its many iconic landmarks. From the Atlantic Ocean attractions of Camps Bay all the way to the warm waters of False Bay and the Indian Ocean, as well as Cape Point - the historical 'meeting of the oceans' nature reserve, this is the Mother City as you have seen it in the travel books and brochures.
With so much to see and do in Cape Town this weekend and every weekend, why not take a different approach by setting off on a memorable road trip as you take in the spectacular scenery offered throughout the city's surrounds. Road tripping is a great way to explore, with the chance to stop at any point along the way to snap that perfect pic, admire the view or stock on on 'padkos' (that's road food for those who don't speak local slang). Where do you go however, and what should you do to make this road trip one to remember for years to come?
June 16th is a public holiday in South Africa commemorating the start of the Soweto Riots of 1976. Youth Day serves to remind South Africa of the importance of its youth and brings across the message that something like “the Soweto riots” should never happen again.
Weekends are for catching up on all of the stuff we miss during the long work week. For some, that might be marathon naps. Others may hit the gym, go for a run or head up the mountain. Some catch up with friends and family and head out to enjoy some much-needed downtime. If you are visiting Cape Town over a weekend, you may be wondering about things to do in the City Bowl on Saturday. Even if you're local and stuck for inspiration, you may be wondering the same thing. Either way, here are some ideas on how to enjoy a stupendous [more]
Readers of all ages and stages will be heading to the beautiful Cape Winelands this weekend to enjoy the Franschhoek Literary Festival - an annual event that takes place on the third weekend in May. Set in a lush valley, surrounded by picturesque vineyards, old estates and spectacular views, this town has a unique French flair left from its early founders; the Cape Huguenots. Over the years, the town has become rather famous for its calendar of festivals, which range from Bastille Day celebrations all the way to food, wine and of course, book festivals such as this weekend's lineup. What can you expect to find at the festival, and [more]