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|

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 [...]

Battle at Kruger: The first viral wildlife video?

Have you ever caught an event on camera that you think could sell for millions? A tourist on holiday at Kruger National Park did just that! In 2004 a group of tourists witnessed an epic battle between a herd of buffalo and a pack of lions. What starts out as a calm graze [...]

Wine Lovers Continue to Toast World-wide

Did you know that the United States of America drinks the most wine of the world? And that France and Italy are in the second and third place? We are drinking more wine yearly than three years ago. This interesting info-graphic shows you the top wine consuming nations. This infographic was made [...]

July 5th, 2017|Categories: Cape Town, Day Tours, News, South Africa|

Red vs White Wine Infographic

Do you want red wine or white wine? That is a tough question right? Maybe this neat little info-graphic will help you in the future with your choice. Learn about the process, the production, the nutrition and the ingredients of both red and white wine and even about the health benefits! [...]

Watch Now: Exciting South Africa

South Africa, one of the most beautiful countries on the planet. A country of diversity, with vibrant cities, constantly changing stunning landscapes, mighty coastlines, tons of wildlife and the kindest people. Do you think it is possible to capture all the highlights of South Afric in a single 60 seconds video? The guys of [...]

Historical Sites in the Western Cape

The Western Cape has a couple of places to transport you back in time. Historical sites with their well-preserved architecture have been transformed into interesting experience for locals and tourists to enjoy. The Castle of Good Hope There are many historical things to do in Cape Town but when it comes to history, the Castle [...]

June 14th, 2017|Categories: Cape Town, Day Tours, News, South Africa, Tours|

Watch Now: Large Pod of Dolphins Near Gansbaai

These dolphins were spotted near De Kelders, a small coastal village between Gansbaai and Hermanus. Gansbaai is a popular tourist destination, known for its dense population of great white sharks. Thousands of people visit this town every year to jump in a cage and dive with these amazing creatures. It is said that shark [...]

Taste The Helderberg 2017

  Can we ever get enough of wine tasting? The Hedelberg is a wine-producing area in the Western Cape which consists of Somerset West, Strand, Gordon’s Bay, Lwandle, Macassar and Sir Lowry’s Pass. It's no secret that Capetonians love their wines and wine tasting is one of the best activities in Cape Town! Each [...]

June 12th, 2017|Categories: Cape Town, Day Tours, News, South Africa, Tours|

Watch Now: Stunning Video of the Beautiful Western Cape

The Western Cape, where mountains meet the sea. The Western Cape draws millions of visitors each year to the seemingly small province of South Africa with is absolute beauty. The Cape is surrounded by two oceans, the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Indian Ocean to the south. One of the best-known features [...]