Jul 172017
Five Excellent Places to Enjoy Outdoors in Cape Town, South Africa

The whole of South Africa invites the visitors to answer to the calls of the nature and to go out in the open to encounter the glorious wildlife. Cape Town is definitely the hub of expansive national parks that force you to stay outdoors, offering sweeping, lush places to the visitors. Here are the top five places in « Continue Reading »

May 192017
Five Places You Can’t Miss Visiting in Cape Town

The second largest city in South Africa, Cape Town is one of those places where you can truly lose yourself in nature. Its rich history, bustling energy and a long coastline have a magnetic affect on the visitors. Because the place is abundant in natural beauty, it’s hard to choose one attraction over the other. Easing the task for « Continue Reading »

Mar 082017
Cape Town International Jazz Festival 2017 –All You Need To Know

The stage is set for the 18th edition of Cape Town International Jazz Festival. The popular 2-day festival will kick off on the 31st of March. It’s time for all of you to be blown away by the performance of the world’s best jazz musicians and artists. All about Jazz Having originated in the late 19th and early 20th « Continue Reading »

Jan 132011
Travelling in South Africa

Spectacular long white beaches, glitzy cities teeming with elegant malls, variety of shopping outlets and streets adorned with historical architecture, and nature reserves packed. The hypnotic spell of South Africa is such that die-hard travellers dare the dangerous yet glamorous Johannesburg. Johannesburg (also known as Jozi), the economic powerhouse of Africa is a giddy mix of money and poverty. A « Continue Reading »

May 182010
Cape Town home to a 'spectacular' drive

Anyone booking flights to Cape Town should make sure that they hire a car and explore on of the world’s most spectacular drives, one journalist has stated.  The road between Betty’s Bay and Gordon’s Bay in the Western Cape region of South Africa is a route that all visitors to the country should endeavour to take, it has been claimed. « Continue Reading »

Mar 262010
Go green on holidays to Cape Town

Anyone who wants to offset their flights to Cape Town may be interested in using a new taxi service. People who are booking flights to Cape Town ahead of this summer’s  World Cup are being given the opportunity to reduce their environmental impact once they arrive in the city. According to CNN, one local taxi firm has invested in an « Continue Reading »

Jan 212010

The new World Cup stadium in Cape Town is preparing for its first public event. Anyone who has booked holidays to Cape Town next week may hear some cheering coming from the Green Point Stadium in the city. On January 23rd, the venue will host its first ever football match, a game between local teams Ajax Cape Town and Santos. In « Continue Reading »

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