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Soccer fans in the Mother City will soon have the chance to visit the very first Barclay’s Premier League Live fan park in Cape Town on 19 and…

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While any time of year is fantastic for hiking in Cape Town, there is something about spring hikes that take the experience to a whole new level. Here…

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It’s Rugby World Cup 2015 fever, and if you are not following the exciting start to this year’s fun and games, you are missing out hugely! After Japan…

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If you have been listening out for news on the potential chance of seeing Formula 1 in Cape Town in the not-so-distant future, we have some great news…

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One of the best things about hiring a car in Cape Town (or anywhere else you are visiting, for that matter) is that it allows you to enjoy…

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Keen to enjoy some mind and body transforming yoga in Cape Town? Here is all the info you need to get started. With an abundance of studios across…

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On Sunday 8 March 2015, the annual Cape Argus Cycle Tour returns, bringing a new generation of riders to take on one of the toughest cycle routes in…

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We all know the benefits of living an active, healthy lifestyle, but when it comes to outdoor fitness in Cape Town, there are many ways to take the…

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Less than half an hour outside of the city, Sandboarding in Cape Town takes you to the dunes of Atlantis for an adventure that can only be described…

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Tandem paragliding from Fly Cape Town is the perfect choice for those who want to experience the thrill of being in a glider, while still having the added safety and…

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Experience a fun-filled tour that takes you along the scenic Camps Bay coastline, with the help of a Cape Town bicycle tour from Bike & Saddle. Ideal for those…

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Ideal for all levels of fitness, hikes in Cape Town range from easy strolls all the way to challenging routes – this means that everyone can get out…

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The 2014 FIFA Soccer World Cup kicked off last night in Brazil, and I have to say that I can’t help being somewhat jealous… after all, it was…

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Cool Running Tobogganing is Africa’s only toboggan track, but there are over 300 others across the world! Imagine a Swizz Alp covered in snow with a toboggan whizzing…

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Held every year in April, the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon is without a doubt one of the biggest sporting events in Cape Town – possibly even the…

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It was one of those movies that became not just a cult classic back in the 80s; but a message of fun, freedom and the pursuit of leisure…

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Paragliding in Cape Town offers an amazing chance to take to the skies for a truly unique perspective of the landscapes below. Imagine yourself gently floating over scenery…

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  Today’s post is a special guest post by Tristan Sandwith, who shares some inspiration on cycling in Cape Town…   Cape Town is best known for its…

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Soccer in Cape Town is not just a game – it is a way of life. While the same applies for the rest of South Africa, and in…

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With the Cape Argus Cycle Tour 2013 now just over a week away, one thing is for sure – cyclists all over the world are bracing themselves for…

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The thrill of the open road is one that attracts many travellers, and with self-drive adventures in Cape Town this experience offers the best way to explore the…

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If you’re looking for an all-day activity to make sure you incorporate every aspect of the Cape Town experience into your holiday, look no further than the following…

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The waterfront- stepping outside into the heat, you are hit with a warm breeze providing comfort after a hot car ride. The cooling breeze brings with it an…

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Winter is nearly upon us and traditionally in South Africa’s fairest city, this is a time for curling up under the blankets, hiding indoors and consuming copious amounts…

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Another world-class event is just around the corner for Cape Town. The Cape Argus Cycle Tour attracts thousands of cyclists (casual and competitive) and spectators from around the…

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FIFA gives SA top marks for World Cup??FIFA President Sepp Blatter on Monday gave South Africa his highest possible mark for a World Cup that defied sceptics who…

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Accommodation at next year’s World Cup finals was no longer an issue with enough rooms now available for visiting supporters, Fifa said on Wednesday. Fifa general secretary Jerome…

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AFTER Steve McClaren’s hopes of Euro 2008 qualification had washed away in the Wembley rain, the FA handed Fabio Capello the task of rebuilding a battered and bruised…

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NEW YORK — The Americans are No. 1 for next year’s FIFA World Cup – when it comes to ticket sales. U.S. purchasers already have bought 93,300 tickets…

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