Cape Town

South Africa, Africa

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    The ultimate fusion city—where two oceans collide

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    The ultimate fusion city—where two oceans collide

How to enjoy Cape Town

You may see wild zebra grazing nonchalantly on the slopes of the skyline-dominating Table Mountain, yet somehow this doesn’t take away from the all-pervading chic of this stylish beach and party city, but simply adds to Cape Town’s exotic allure

  • Check out the local talent. Home grown designer labels including Errol Arendz and Sheray Bakos can be found on or near Long Street
  • Catch the sun in style – protected from the wind if not the chilly water – at the exclusive residential beach area of Clifton
  • Shell fish, white bait, fresh catch of the day, the colorful fishing village of Kalk Bay is well worth a trip for lunch; quirky boutiques promise one-of-a-kind finds  

Vertigo is no excuse. The views of and from Table Mountain are so epic – and so completely define Cape Town – that they are well worth the fear. One of the best ways up is with a private guide. They’ll fill you in on the various flora and fauna on the way and then point out the sights from the top. Lion’s Head, Signal Hill, Robben Island. Bloubergstrand. Then ride the cable car down. If the fear thing does apply to you, you may want to miss this on a windy day.

Another stunning view of this Mayan pyramid-shaped mountain is from the sea. Charter a sunset cruise for amazing sights: champagne a must. Depending on the time of year, you may see penguins, dolphins, whales and sharks on this trip too. Nearby Stellenbosch is famed for fine wine and exceptional restaurants. Stellenzicht, Rustenberg and Veenwouden are particularly notable estates and well worth a tasting trip.

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    When to visit Cape Town

    The Kirstenbosch gardens host Sundowner Concerts every Sunday evening between December and April. Take a picnic, enjoy the views and chill to the sounds of some of South Africa’s best musicians. The line ups range from jazz to classical to folk, rock and pop.


Hotels we adore in Cape Town

  • Gourmet Guide

    While you’re in Cape Town, visit one of our favourite restaurants:

    La Colombe is one of Cape Town’s most well-loved and awarded restaurants, offering contemporary French-meets-Asian fine dining.

    For excellent seafood try Miller’s Thumb, and for a contemporary African menu in a sophisticated setting head to Savoy Cabbage.

    For a unique evening out try Madame Zingara’s “cirque” show and dinner, located in a glamorous tent at the V&A Waterfront.

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