Tagged: Cape Town

5 Unknown Facts About Table Mountain in Cape Town

Table Mountain, one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature,  is one of the most awe-inspiring and iconic attractions in Cape Town. We've listed 5 fun facts about this breathtaking sleeping giant, one of the few mountains in the world to be surrounded by a city (this also makes Cape Town one of the few cities in... Read more »

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The Best Times of Year to Visit Cape Town

Cape Town is a fantastically diverse city that offers a wide variety of activities, some of which are dependant on the weather or the season. We’ve provided a breakdown of the weather conditions you can expect within each of the seasons as well as which activities you can enjoy during each. The great news is... Read more »

Why Cape Town is a Growing Destination for Wellness Travel

There are eight dimensions of wellness: occupational, emotional, spiritual, environmental, financial, physical, social, and intellectual. Each dimension of wellness is interrelated with another. Each dimension is equally vital in the pursuit of optimum health and should be considered on a trip with wellness in mind. There’s no question that the atmosphere and attributes of Cape... Read more »

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Walking on the Wild Side in Style – What to Pack on an African Safari

Safari and style? Not often two words that go together for the practical necessities required to enjoy a safari can prove an impediment to following fashion trends. The safari has moved on, however - it’s no longer catering to yellow suited and booted game hunters, but has now adapted for a range of tastes from... Read more »

Top 5 Reasons to add Franschhoek to your South African Itinerary

Top 5 Reasons to add Franschhoek to your South African Itinerary

Franschhoek Valley is one of the most amazing wine regions in the world with majestic mountain scenery, lush vineyards and a quaint European feel. Franschhoek's rich history of European influence dates back to the late 1600s when French Huguenots arrived in the Cape after fleeing France after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in... Read more »