Cape Town Travel Articles


Articles on things to do, places to see and general traveling in and around Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Camps Bay. Blue Flag Beach. Cape Town

    Camps Bay Beach

    Camps Bay lies on the Atlantic Coast and as a backdrop to its wide, sugar-white beach, you have the Table Mountain range – part of the recently declared Cape Peninsula National Park

  • Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa. Cape Town, home to internationally acclaimed Azure Restaurant

    Cape of Wonders

    Jo Kromberg reviews the Twelve Apostles Hotel in Cape Town and recalls her journey through the diverse and beautiful Western Cape Province of South Africa

  • wind surfing

    Cape Town Extreme

    Cape Town is definitely a city for adrenaline junkies. Enjoy an extreme experience in Cape Town. Abseiling in Cape Town is a completely safe, exhilarating and mind blowing experience

  • King Protea, South Africa's national flower.

    Cape Town Nature

    Cape Town is a great destination for lovers of the great outdoors and nature. It is home to a spectacular diversity of flora, fauna and birdlife, and there are numerous parks and nature reserves

  • Cape Town's Soul

    Cape Town Soul

    Cape Town is a city renowned for being laid back. Fast-paced visitors have no choice but to get used to its measured slowness and unhurried service and may even come to like it

  • The Castle of Good Hope is the oldest surviving building in South Africa.

    Here be Dragons or Boers

    According to the official website, the Castle of Good Hope is the oldest surviving building in South Africa. Built between 1666 and 1679, today, the Castle of Good Hope houses the Castle Military Museum

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    History of Cape Town

    In 1486 Bartholomew Diaz, a Portuguese explorer, discovered the Cape during the course of his travels. In the year of 1652 Jan van Riebeeck was sent to the “fair” Cape

  • Kayaking in Cape Town.

    Kayak the Cape

    The oceans around Cape Town are teeming with life and there's no better way to get a close-up view than from onboard a kayak. Jeremy Jowell went cruising the coast

  • Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens in Cape Town.

    Kirstenbosch Gardens

    A walk around Kirstenbosh National Botanic Gardens could do more than just fill your heart with the joy of plants. It could cure your warts

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    Must see and Must do

    Cape Town is home to some of South Africa's most popular and renowned attractions. When visiting the Mother City, here are a few must see attractions that you will be talking about until your next exciting visit

  • Paragliding in Cape Town.

    Paragliding

    Latitude with Attitude - You can try almost any adventure sport in the Cape and paragliding is one of the most challenging and all because of wind. Take a trip with Carrie Hampton into the latitude

  • There are world renowned nudists beach of Sandy Bay. Cape Town

    Sandy Bay Beach

    Sandy Bay is world renowned for its nude sunbathing and swimming. The water can be embarrassingly cold. The drive to this undeveloped and beautiful stretch of beach passes Llandudno, and, once again

  • Seafood with a view at Baia Restaurant in the Cape Town Waterfront.

    Seafood and Eat it

    There can be nothing nicer than eating fresh seafood whilst looking at the ocean from whence it came. At Cape Town's Victoria and Albert Waterfront

  • Shipwreck at Cape Agulhas.

    Southern Signs

    The southernmost tip of the African continent is a place of long deserted beaches and a windswept coast. Jeremy Jowell explores Cape Agulhas

  • Cape of Contrasts

    The Cape of Contrasts

    Travel Writer Carrie Hampton takes us on a journey of discovery to find out why Cape Town is so captivating and why so many people arrive but never leave. The Cape Winelands has 17 wine routes


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