Cape Town in December: from Christmas markets, carols by candlelight to days spent on the beautiful beaches – you won’t be disappointed or bored!
30 kms from Cape Town, Kalk Bay is a little fishing harbour full of antique shops and popular restaurants. Discover all there is to experience in Kalk Bay!
Enjoy one of the many walking tours of Cape Town that SA City Pass offers – whether it’s running up Table mountain or taking to the streets of the Bo-Kaap!
The Red Bus in Cape Town is the best way to explore this beautiful city. City Pass offers a wide variety of options that all include access to the Red Bus!.
Cape Town is renowned for the beautiful blooms that flower from August to September! Here is a list of spots to experience the Cape Town flower season.
Some common sense and these helpful tips will keep you safe and happy when visiting many of the amazing attractions Cape Town has to offer. A must-read!
We wrote this guide to keep you entertained while in Cape Town in winter so wrap up, get up and start exploring this beautiful city!
If you are looking for wheelchair friendly activities in the Cape Town area then we have you covered with some of the best around!
Forget the sandy white beaches and popular restaurants, because taking to the trails is where you will get a chance to experience Cape Town at its finest.
Here are 5 malaria-free game reserves where you can view the most beautiful animals around, including the Big Five, around Cape Town in South Africa.
We have complied a list of 10 must-visit restaurants in Cape Town. You may need to make your way through a few hipsters, but the food will be worth it.
Cape Town offers so many amazing activities that are fun for both adults and kids! Let's review our TOP 8 fun family activities and adventures!
World of Birds in the picturesque valley of Hout Bay is a paradise for rescued birds, mammals and reptiles. A sure hit for kids and parents alike!
Robben Island, the prison where Nelson Mandela was jailed for over 20 years, has become one of Cape Town’s most popular tourist attractions. Take a tour...
Whale watching may sound boring, but you are quite wrong. Take a trip to Gansbaai outside of Cape Town and embark on a sea adventure filled with great fun!
Discover the best markets Cape Town has to offer: artisan foods, organic produce, arts and crafts, all in trendy vibes and gorgeous settings. Read more!
Tandem paragliding in Cape Town has become a very popular experience for tourists and locals. Learn a few tips about this fun activity!
Visiting Groot Constantia is an absolute must if you are in Cape Town. Take a walk through old cellars and lush green vineyards, create lifelong memories.
Aquila Game Reserve has everything you need when it comes to a truly South African safari experience! Think Big Five, game drives, fun in the sun...
Shark Cage Diving in Cape Town: Are you ready to get up close and personal with a Great White Shark?
Marine Dynamics near Cape Town offers Great White Shark Cage Diving experiences with professional marine biologists. Read more about this elusive giant!
Shops, restaurants, markets, boat tours, aquarium, attractions... we listed the reasons why you should not miss the V&A Waterfront when visiting Cape Town!
Fun and historical facts about Table Mountain in Cape Town, its cable cars, the celebrities that visited it, plus some really useful tips for travelers.
Something that MUST be on your list of things to do when visiting Cape Town is the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. View beautiful gardens and breathtaking panoramic views that go on forever.
If you have ever thought that you may want to visit Cape Town then a stop at the historical Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope should be on your bucket list.
Cape Town's markets range from bustling urban shopping centres to seaside craft fairs and attractions for food lovers. Discover what Cape Town has to offer!
With countless hiking and walking trails throughout Cape Town and surrounds, there is truly something on offer for everyone. Check those popular trails!
Discover Cape Town's beautiful beaches! Cape Town’s beaches have been awarded the Blue Flag status: they meet strict criteria for safety and cleanliness.