Up close and personal with African Penguins

Just a few kilometers south of naval town Simon’s Town lies Boulders Beach. Named after the enormous 540 million years old round Cape granite boulders that shelter the cove from currents, wind and large waves […]

The Company’s Garden in downtown Cape Town

An oasis of tranquility from the buzzing city centre…It’s not just a public park. It’s also a rich heritage site, created in 1650 by the first European settlers in the region. It provided fertile soil, […]

Whale watching in the Western Cape

South Africa is one of the best destinations in the world to encounter southern right and humpback whales. The best time is June until November. For 5 months a year, the bays of the Western […]

Cape Point with the Cape of Good Hope

60 km south-west of Cape Town you’ll find Cape Point at the tip of the Cape Peninsula. It is a part of the Table Mountain National Park and offers spectacular scenery, wildlife such as baboons, […]

When Table Mountain is open, you go up!

There is  only one rule while visiting Cape Town. When  Table Mountain is open, you go up! The mysterious blanket of clouds and strong winds make it often impossible to go to the top. Since […]

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