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And the Most Visited Tourist Attractions in South Africa are…
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And the Most Visited Tourist Attractions in South Africa are…

Ask anyone the question - which are the most visited tourist attractions in South Africa - and they’ll probably answer along the lines of our list below ... V&A Waterfront The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town has around 25 million visitors...
5 Unusual South African Buildings You MUST Visit
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5 Unusual South African Buildings You MUST Visit

South Africa is known for many things. Architecture isn’t usually one of them. But these 5 South African buildings are worth adding to your list of must-sees, when in the country ... The Zeitz-Mocaa gallery, Cape Town Cape Town's huge contemporary ...
Luxury in South Africa – Some of the Best Hotels, Guest Houses & Lodges
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Luxury in South Africa – Some of the Best Hotels, Guest Houses & Lodges

Luxury in South Africa ~ Some of The Best Luxury Hotels, Guest Houses and Lodges in South Africa ... Go on - treat yourself! Prana Lodge ~ Cintsa East, Wild Coast This private beach lodge and spa lies on 21 km of unspoilt beachfront on the Wild Coast, yo...
The 12 best food & drink ‘hoods in Cape Town
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The 12 best food & drink ‘hoods in Cape Town

Cape Town is a Foodie's idea of heaven - food, and wine, in the Mother City is as diverse as the people who live here. Labelled a 'gourmet nirvana' by Lonely Planet, Cape Town bursts at the seams with trendy markets, food trucks, original restaurants and co...
Cape Towns Big 7 – If You Haven’t Done Them, You Haven’t Lived
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Cape Towns Big 7 – If You Haven’t Done Them, You Haven’t Lived

Cape Towns Big 7 have nothing to do with animals... The city has not suddenly acquired direct access to lion, leopard, rhino, elephant, buffalo, great white shark and southern right whales – although southern right whales, sharks, seals and penguins you can f...
Immerse yourself in the Springbok Experience
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Immerse yourself in the Springbok Experience

Come and visit the Springbok Experience Rugby Museum for the ultimate rugga experience. Here you can learn about South African rugby history as well as more about the Springboks. This extremely modern museum has so much to offer and it exudes passion and love ...
Dinner at the V&A Waterfront Harbour House
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Dinner at the V&A Waterfront Harbour House

It was my birthday and I wanted to go out for a special meal with my family after plenty of debate we had a restaurant decided only to discover that so many restaurants in Cape Town are closed on Monday. I almost threw in the towel and was going to opt for a t...
A Real South African Shopping Spree
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A Real South African Shopping Spree

South Africa has so much on offer, that it’s sometimes difficult to limit yourself to just a week or two of exploring it. Although often viewed as the safari Mecca or game paradise of the world, this country also has plenty to offer in terms of world-class sho...
Volunteering at The Two Oceans Aquarium
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Volunteering at The Two Oceans Aquarium

I have been volunteering at the Two Oceans Aquarium in the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town for about three months now and all I can say is wow, what a fantastic experience. I can see why it is such a popular tourist attraction. I had to take part in a seven week...
Exploring the V&A Waterfront
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Exploring the V&A Waterfront

As one of the Mother City’s most loved tourist attractions, the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront continues to lure and entertain the masses as they descend on Cape Town to be part of the beauty that is South Africa. The V&A Waterfront is flanked by the ...
Explore the Two Oceans Aquarium
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Explore the Two Oceans Aquarium

The Two Oceans Aquarium is one of the items that just have to be on every visitor’s “to-do” list when they explore the Mother City of South Africa, Cape Town. This is the home of some of nature’s most impressive marine species and invites visitors to get as cl...
Reubens at One&Only in Cape Town
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Reubens at One&Only in Cape Town

We had friends from the Lowveld stay with us for the weekend and they very kindly took us to Reuben’s at the One&Only for dinner on Friday night.  I’ve eaten at Reuben’s in Franschhoek and the Cape Town operation (which opened on October 1st) is just as go...
Cape Town Eye (photographs)
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Cape Town Eye (photographs)

The new "Cape Town Eye" is a giant wheel, similar to those in London and Paris, located at the V&A Waterfront where it will remain for at least six months. The structure reaches some 60 meters into the open sky and offers a view of the Cape Town Harbour, T...
Robben Island a brief history
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Robben Island a brief history

Robben Island lies approximately 12 kilometers from Cape Town and for the past 400 years this island has had anything but a peaceful history. The island has become synonymous with heartache, despair and a place where people were dumped for various reasons, ...
Dinner at Belthazar Restaurant & Wine Bar at the V&A Waterfront
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Dinner at Belthazar Restaurant & Wine Bar at the V&A Waterfront

It was all systems go when the screech of my alarm clock resounded in my ears at 06h00 waking me up far earlier than my body, mind or eyes were willing to on Sunday morning. I reluctantly got out of bed and dressed and was soon outside in the blustery wind of ...