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Cape Town Jazz Safari
"Visit the home of a local jazz musician for dinner drinks and an exclusive live performance. Hosts include famous jazz cat names such as Mac McKenzie Hilton Schilder and Blackie Tempi who are sure to keep you entertained with anecdotes about Cape Town's thriving Jazz scene spirit and culture.Hit the town after dinner to enjoy more contemporary Cape Town sounds at a live jazz nightspot. Alternatively the Jazz Safari will take you to the home of a second musician to wind down with a nightcap before returning to a cen""
From ZAR1,350.00
 
Cape Town City and Constantia Wine Route Private Day Tour
"You will be collected at the agreed time and begin the full day private walking and riding Cape Town City tour. Explore Adderley Street in the heart of the city. See some exciting historical buildings which are stalwarts of the city’s culture and history including Batholomew Dias Monument Jan Van Riebeek Monument the Zacharias Waganaer Water Reservoir which can be found in South Africa’s oldest shopping centre the Cape Castle the City Hall where the former president and the Father of the nation Nelson Mandela delivered his first speech on 11-02-1990
From ZAR3,500.00
 
Half-Day Cape Town City and Table Mountain Tour
"The tour commences with a tour of Table Mountain (weather permitting; cable car fee not included). In the city itself visit the Company Gardens the S.A. Museum the Castle of Good Hope and the vibrant and arty flea market Greenmarket Square. Take a trip through the picturesque Bo-Kaap. Table Mountain (Cable Car fee not included in cost): By the late 1870's several of Cape Town's more prominent citizens had suggested the introduction of a railway line to the top of Table Mountain. Plans to implement a proposed rack railway got under way but the outbreak of the Anglo-Boer war put a halt to these efforts. By with a strong desire to gain easy access to the top of Table Mountain
From ZAR580.00

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Berlin Wall

Perhaps Cape Town is not the first place you would expect a piece of the Berlin Wall, but here it is. When you arrive by car or bus at the Victoria and Albert Waterfront,. You’ll see a BMW dealer. And...
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music in townships

Saturdays the townships come alive. There is music in the streets anywhere from gospel on the street with people trying to lift spirits by spreading the good news, to local upcomming rappers in the...
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Xhosa township tour

Many Xhosas and Sans are Christians but they still hold on to some of their old traditions. Because I am a woman I was taken to the beginning of the "graduation ceremony" for the ending of their rites...
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churches

The churches in the city and in the southern suburbs last for 2 hours maximum. The churches in the townships can start at 9:30 and end at 2pm. I went to a church in a township as part of a tour and I...
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free drumming circle

In the summer at the waterfront craft market wellness center from 1pm to 2pm on Saturday there is a free drumming circle held. Its a lot of fun and it releases a lot of tension and stress. I highly...
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Volunteer

I spent three months in Cape Town and during my stay I volunteered at a school and in the townships. I did not go through a volunteer agency which would have made me pay big money. Instead I opened a...
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Rondevlei

Rondevlei is a Bird Sanctuary (Nature Reserve) near Zeekoevlei and Grassy Park!See lots of different bird species but always be on the look-out for a Hippo!Common Species:PelicanLittle EgretSacred...
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Hout Bay

Hout Bay is a small town South of Cape Town which is know for it's fishmarket. Mariner's wharf is also a great place to visit, if you're looking for some souvenirs or if you're hungry.The scenic...
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Silvermine Nature Reserve

Silvermine Nature Reserve is located South of Cape Town and was named after some unsuccessful attempts to mine silver here. It's a beautiful place to go hiking though. You'll wander through fynbos...
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Oudtshoorn

This towns is full of picturesque and character-filled buildings, with historical architecture.It is renowned for two things ~ camels and caves!There are a few camel farms just outside of Oudtshoorn...
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GROOT KOP

Standing at 857 meters, the Groot Kop stands as the highest of the Apostles (Blinkwater Peak, at 989 meters, is not one of the anointed Twelve). To reach the top you have a ways to walk in whichever...
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Shark Wise Boards on the Beach

Well if you in Camps Bay there is a Shark Wise Board on the beach which will give you helpful information of what to do just incase you got bitten by a Great White Shark. The board gives alot of...
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Watch Airplanes Take Off Over Your Head!

When you land at CT International, you can almost touch the informal settlements below you. These are the areas of Guguletu, Nyanga, Langa and Khayelitsha. Desperately poor and mostly completely...
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Observatory

If you fancy a bit different a place to see in Cape Town, Observatory definitely is different from rest of Cape Town! It used to be a suburb where the hippies, artists and musicians had their homes...
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Top Hotels in Cape Town

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Top Things to Do in Cape Town

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Table Mountain

Hi, Any one who visits South Africa should not miss going to Cape town. In fact I wanted to visit Johannesburg & return home. One member in VT strongly adviced me to visit Cape Town and I thank...
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Penguins - Boulders Beach

One does not normally associate penguins with Africa but there is a protected colony of Jack Ass Penguins on Boulder's beach in Simons town. A boardwalk lets you walk right amongst them and watch...
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Robben Island

Whether you are interested in history or not a trip to Robben Island is rewarding and eye opening. After you get off the boat, you take a 45 minute guided bus tour of the island with some very...
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Cape Point

The Cape is guarded by the cape point lighthouse that towers over the junction of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans. technically the oceans meet west of here nonetheless a couple hundred meter hike...
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Bo-Kaap

Located on the slopes of Signal Hill, Bo-Kaap (meaning "Upper Cape") is the traditional Muslim quarter of Cape Town. The Cape Malay community started settling here after the emancipation of the 1830s....
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Kirstenbosch Gardens

Settled along the eastern slope of Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens hosts over 22,000 indigenous plants. Just 15 minutes away from Cape Town city centre, the Botanical Gardens are...
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