Quick Guide: The Best Time To Go On An African Safari

When is the best time to visit Kruger National Park? What is the best time to see the wildebeest migration? When is the best time to see wildlife in Etosha National Park?  These are some of the most common questions we get from people planning their African safari holiday. This is why we decided [...]

September 7th, 2017|Categories: News, Travel Advice|

Top 5 Ways To Experience The Winelands Around Cape Town

So just how popular is wine? Well, in 2016 wine lovers of the world drank 242 million hectolitres of wine. To those not in the wine or beer industry, that is the equivalent of twenty-four billion, two hundred million litres of wine. This means that wine lovers drink over 66 million litres of wine a [...]

August 29th, 2017|Categories: Cape Town, News, South Africa, Travel Advice|

5 Tips to Enjoy the Western Cape’s Flower Season

It might not feel like it every day in Cape Town, but springtime is around the corner and that means the flowering season is almost upon us on the West Coast! Self-driven or guided tours, day-trips or overnight stays, here are some tips to make the most out of the abundant wild flowers.   [...]

August 21st, 2017|Categories: News|

WATCH NOW: How Big is Africa Really? (Google Lied To You)

Hopefully we’re all clear at this stage that Africa is not a country. But even though more and more people from outside the continent are recognizing how large Africa is (54 countries, population +1.2 Billion) and how diverse it is culturally and geographically, many of us don’t realize the sheer size of Africa as [...]

August 14th, 2017|Categories: News|

Cape Explorer: New Full-Day Winelands Tour

With the success of their good ol’ Purple wine route with a hop-on-hop-off option at Constantia Nek, City Sightseeing South Africa have added on a full-day Cape Explorer tour to the winelands. There are almost 700 wine estates in the Western Cape and so little time on all [...]

August 11th, 2017|Categories: Cape Town, Day Tours, News|

5 Things to do this Women’s Day

South Africa’s very own National Women’s Day takes place on the 9 of August (with the whole of August celebrating Women’s Month) and the day commemorates pioneering women in the apartheid struggle who marched on parliament to protest the pass laws of the era. Today the public holiday is marked to celebrate all things woman, [...]

August 8th, 2017|Categories: News|

Where To Buy the Cheapest Round of Drinks in the World

Hands up if you choose your travel destinations according to where the lowest cost of living is. How about the partying/nightlife potential of a place? Read on if you do, as this will be useful information for you! As it turns out, Cape Town is one of the best (cheapest) places in the world [...]

August 4th, 2017|Categories: News|

Its Almost time for Cape Town Rugby 7’s – Got Your Tickets, Need Accommodation?

Do you have your Cape Town 7’s tickets? They went on sale last week and reportedly were sold out on Computicket within a couple of hours, with the chance for another sale to go live soon. Cape Town’s Rugby Sevens Tournament every December combines two of South Africa’s favourite things – summer and rugby, [...]

August 1st, 2017|Categories: News|

One More UNESCO Heritage Site for South Africa

If you’ve been gunning to tick off all of South Africa’s heritage sites from your list, it’s just gotten a little longer – the ǂKhomani Cultural Landscape has been inscribed as a UNESCO site. (PIC: khomanisan.com) Located in the north of South Africa at the border with Botswana and Namibia, and coinciding [...]

WATCH NOW: Get To Know Langa

The townships of Cape Town and South Africa as a whole may come with an unfortunate image in some eyes, but there’s no reason to let their tragic beginnings define them today. From food to sports, history to arts and culture, each township has its own character and should be spoken about, explored and [...]

July 26th, 2017|Categories: News|