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@Seoul Korean Restaurant, Cape Town

  • Food & WineWestern Cape

The @Seoul Korean Restaurant is located in Cape Town’s busy Sea Point area where it adds another dimension to the multicultural mix on offer in…

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Active Cape winelands adventures

  • AdventureFood & WineRoutes & TrailsWestern Cape

If you think our winelands are breathtaking on the ground, wait ‘till you see them from above. Go on a Cape winelands adventure in the…

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Addis in Cape Ethiopian restaurant, Cape Town

  • Food & WineWestern Cape

Addis in Cape brings Ethiopia’s history and culture to life through the authentic, fragrant flavours of its delicious cuisine.Housed in an eye-catching red building with…

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Adventures within 5km of Cape Town

  • AdventureWestern Cape

You needn’t go far to find adventures in Cape Town. Diving, paragliding, abseiling and swimming are just some of the outdoor activities that you can…

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African penguins on Dyer Island

  • Responsible TourismWildlife & NatureWestern Cape

For centuries, Dyer Island off Gansbaai was home to world’s greatest concentration of African penguins. It literally teemed with penguins and another seabirds, and as…

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Afrikaans Language Museum

  • Culture & HistoryWestern Cape

The emergence of new languages in modern times is unusual, but one that has come into being in recent history is Afrikaans, somewhat of a…

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Agulhas National Park

  • Wildlife & NatureWestern Cape

Most people drive through the Agulhas National Park on their way to Cape Agulhas, the southernmost tip of Africa. There’s a glamour, an explorer’s thrill,…

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Amani Spa, Thesen Island, Knysna

  • Leisure & LifestyleWestern Cape

The transformation of a wood-fired turbine power station into a boutique hotel added a touch of quirkiness to Knysna’s hospitality scene. The result, the Turbine…

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AmaZink township theatre, Kayamandi, Stellenbosch

  • ArtsCulture & HistoryFood & WineWestern Cape

The AmaZink Live performance showcases local talent in a setting that recreates the vibrancy of township street life, featuring township food and a crafter’s market in…

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Andulela Tours, Cape Town

  • Culture & HistoryResponsible TourismWestern Cape

If you’re interested in getting under the skin of Cape Town and surrounds, Andulela Tours, accredited with Fair Trade Tourism, offers some unusual day trips.…

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Arabella Spa, Arabella Western Cape Hotel & Spa

  • AccommodationLeisure & LifestyleSportWestern Cape

The Arabella Spa is located in the grounds of the renowned Arabella Country Estate between the towns of Kleinmond and Hermanus, about an hour’s drive…

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Art Karoo

  • ArtsCulture & HistoryWestern Cape

The Karoo, a semi-arid area that covers over 400 000 square kilometres, is an endless source of inspiration for writers, poets and painters. The small…

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Surfing in the Western Cape

  • AdventureSportWestern Cape

From Cape Town to Eland’s Bay in the west and Plettenberg Bay in the east, the Western Cape always has good waves for surfing. The…

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Chef Peter Tempelhoff

  • Food & WinePeopleWestern Cape

Rumour has it that chef Peter Tempelhoff was born clutching a wooden spoon – because creating culinary magnificence was something he was born to do.…

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Fishing up the West Coast

  • AdventureSportWestern Cape

Take a drive up the Cape’s West Coast and before long you’ll notice fynbos vegetation giving way to sandveld, quaint fishing villages, sandy beaches and…

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Golf in the Overberg

  • SportWestern Cape

Drive an hour south-west of Cape Town and you are in the awesome Overberg. This is a beautiful coastal regional boasting rugged mountains, the world’s…

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Koi restaurants

  • Food & WineGautengWestern Cape

There are four stylish Koi restaurants: in Rosebank, Sandton and Pretoria in Gauteng; and in Cape Town in the Western Cape. And if you love…

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Rooibos tea safari

  • Food & WineRoutes & TrailsWestern Cape

Your rooibos tea safari is conducted by Chris du Plessis, co-owner of Elandsberg Eco Tourism along with his wife, Annette. Both are West Coast locals…

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Shark diving at Two Oceans Aquarium

  • AdventureWildlife & NatureWestern Cape

At the Two Oceans Aquarium in Cape Town, qualified scuba divers can go diving with sharks, without a cage. Shark sightings at the aquarium’s predator…

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Wild Oats Community Farmers’ Market

  • Food & WineLeisure & LifestyleWestern Cape

The Wild Oats Community Farmers’ Market was started in 1999 by Rose Brettell and Susan Garner, whose vision was to create a food-only farmers’ market…

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Arabella Country Club

  • SportWildlife & NatureWestern Cape

Arabella Country Club in Overberg has played host to some of the world’s greatest golfers. The golf course, located within the Kolberg mountain range and…

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Western Cape

  • Western Cape

The Western Cape has won international acclaim as one of the world’s most spectaculardestinations, and for good reason. It offers a rich floral kingdom, pristine…

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Cape Town International Jazz Festival

  • ArtsEventsLeisure & LifestyleWestern Cape

The Cape Town International Jazz Festival is a highlight on every jazz enthusiast’s calendar. It takes place on the last weekend of March each year…

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Chef Pon's Asian Kitchen

  • Food & WineWestern Cape

Chef Pon’s Asian Kitchen in Mill Street, Gardens, has become somewhat of a Cape Town institution, having been in existence in the Mother City for…

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Arniston, Western Cape

  • Culture & HistoryWildlife & NatureWestern Cape

For over 200 years the tiny town of Arniston on the Western Cape’s Indian Ocean seaboard was a fully functioning fishing village. Today, depleted fish…

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Bloubergstrand

  • Food & WineWildlife & NatureWestern Cape

Kitesurfing at Bloubergstrand near Cape Town becomes increasingly popular every year, attracting professionals and enthusiasts from countries such as Germany, the Netherlands and the United…

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Bontebok National Park

  • AccommodationAdventureWildlife & NatureWestern Cape

The Bontebok National Park is one of the best of the historic town of Swellendam’s attractions, and is worth a visit to the area in…

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Bot River Wine Route

  • Food & WineRoutes & TrailsWestern Cape

The Bot River Wine Route comprises a handful of wineries that make up the Bot River Vineyard Association.   Clustered at the foot of the…

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Boulders Beach penguins

  • Responsible TourismWildlife & NatureWestern Cape

Each year, around 60 000 visitors flock to Simonstown to photograph and watch the the famous Boulders Beach penguins. Few visitors though, realise that for…

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Cape Agulhas lighthouse

  • Culture & HistoryWildlife & NatureWestern Cape

The Cape Agulhas lighthouse, built in the classic Egyptian Pharos style, presides over the southernmost tip of Africa – a coastline that was once a…

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Cape Care Route

  • Routes & TrailsWestern Cape

Cape Town is, they say, the loveliest city in the world. And who can argue, sitting on a Camps Bay terrace with a sundowner and…

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Cape Columbine Lighthouse, West Coast

  • Culture & HistoryWestern Cape

Before the Cape Columbine lighthouse was built in 1936, the West Coast of South Africa, from Saldanha to Stompneus Bay, was infamous for shipwrecks. The…

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Cape Dutch architecture

  • Culture & HistoryWestern Cape

The Cape Dutch architecture style has its roots in medieval Holland and Germany with strong French and Indonesian influences. The early houses were single-storey, usually…

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Cape fur seals

  • Responsible TourismWildlife & NatureWestern Cape

Go out to sea along South Africa’s west or southern coastline, and there’s an excellent chance of sighting a sinuous and curious seal. Seals are…

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Cape gannets

  • Responsible TourismWildlife & NatureWestern Cape

In flight, a Cape gannet is surely among the most graceful of birds. Also, when it turns on the wing to dive into the sea…

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Cape Malay cooking safari, Cape Town

  • Food & WineResponsible TourismWestern Cape

Cardamom, coriander, cumin, cinnamon, turmeric, ginger, garlic, chillies. Take a deep sniff as you walk through Cape Town’s technicolour Bo-Kaap area and these are the…

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Cape Malay Doopmal ceremony

  • Culture & HistoryFood & WineWestern Cape

Cape Malay people are the descendants of 17th and 18th century exiled dissidents and slaves brought to the Cape from the Dutch East Indies. In…

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Cape Malay heritage tours

  • Culture & HistoryFood & WineRoutes & TrailsWestern Cape

Cape Malay heritage tours are a rewarding way to explore the interwoven histories of the Cape’s culturally diverse communities, and enjoy some sightseeing en-route. Arguably,…

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Cape Malay Merang ceremony

  • Culture & HistoryFood & WineWestern Cape

The Cape Malay Merang ceremony is an edible manifestation of South African history. Both sweet and sour memories are infused into the ritual and recipes…

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Cape Point Lighthouse, Western Cape

  • Culture & HistoryWestern Cape

On a clear day up at the old, decommissioned Cape Point lighthouse, it feels like you can see all the way down to Antarctica. And…

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Cape St Blaize lighthouse, Mossel Bay

  • Culture & HistoryWestern Cape

Cape St Blaize is a rocky promontory that juts out to sea and is part of the Mossel Bay town structure. There’s a huge cave…

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Cape Town

  • Food & WineLeisure & LifestyleTownsWestern Cape

With a population of 3.7-million, Cape Town is South Africa’s second most populous city, a quintessential melting pot of creativity, cuisine and colour – including…

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Cape Town City Hall

  • Culture & HistoryWestern Cape

It’s a balmy evening along the Grand Parade in central Cape Town as people dressed in everything from tuxedos to blue jeans arrive at the…

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Cape Town Holocaust Centre

  • Culture & HistoryWestern Cape

Among the darkest passages in the journey of humankind was the Holocaust, a supreme example of genocide and blind prejudice, in which six million Jews…

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Cape Town Stadium

  • SportWestern Cape

With Table Mountain behind it and the Atlantic Ocean in front, Cape Town Stadium is one of the most beautiful stadiums in the world, winning…

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Touring Cape Town's art galleries

  • ArtsWestern Cape

Whether you book a Cape Town art tour with a company, use public transport or drive yourself, there are plenty of options for an art-inspired…

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Cape Town's beaches

  • Wildlife & NatureWestern Cape

On Cape Town’s Atlantic seaboard, wide sandy stretches, dramatic views and blazing sunsets make up for the bracing sea temperatures that these beaches of Cape…

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Cape Town's Iziko Museums

  • Culture & HistoryWestern Cape

Cape Town’s Iziko Museums are a collection of African museums that aim to and inspire South Africa’s people (and her visitors) to celebrate the diverse…

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Cape Town’s historic waterfront

  • Culture & HistoryWestern Cape

Imagine having a late lunch 100 years ago down at the Cape Town waterfront at a popular local called the Harbour Café. Snoek fishermen drift…

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Cape Town’s history & culture

  • Culture & HistoryWestern Cape

Cape Town has a fascinating history, and as a result the modern-day culture of those who live here is both vibrant and eclectic. A good…

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