There are some must-do outings when visiting Cape Town – such as Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront and Robben Island – but if you want to experience more of the city, then head off on a township tour.
The stately, elegant blue crane may be our national bird, but the 10 000 people who voted in an online poll conducted over the past few months by Birdlife South Africa have chosen as their favourite bird a much smaller, but often seen, garden bird – the confiding, attractive Cape robin-chat.
There are places in South Africa where wildlife and nature can be enjoyed along with champagne, crisp linen, heated pools and room service. South African National Parks has bestowed upon several lodges the special Golden Kudu status in recognition of their commitment to exceptional luxury.
It’s amazing, the diamond. With most of its industrial uses now possible with synthetic materials, it is only worth what we say it is worth. South Africa has a rich diamond history, much of which can be discovered in an untouched corner of the Northern Cape.
Picture this ... a massive transparent plastic ball with you and your bestie inside, rolling downhill for 120m. If it sounds like your idea of fun, then head for Cliffdale in Durban, where more than one Groovy Balls zorbing adventure awaits.
Looking for a place to do some yoga while you’re in Cape Town? These studios in the Mother City and surrounds offer travelling practitioners a variety of classes at convenient times throughout the day.
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