Tired of going to the same beaches, parks and entertainment centres and exercising at your local gym? Bored of the usual touristy outings? We’ve come up with 20 great things to do in Cape Town just for you!
As the season slowly shifts to Spring and the days last a little bit longer, dreams of beach walks and sunny strolls through the park become possible. While the main purpose of walking your dog is to ensure they get out and about to sniff, socialise and do their business while getting plenty of exercise, it’s also important that us humans enjoy the walk too! Cape Town has so much to offer in the way of spectacular walking spots and many of these welcome your doggies (as long as they are well behaved). Here are our Top 10 Doggy Friendly Spots in Cape Town:
Although just 80kms outside of Cape Town, a weekend in Franschhoek feels just like being in Tuscany, Italy. With farmhouses, olive trees, rolling vineyards and incredible food & wine (although we like to think that South African wine is much, much better), the scenic town of Franschhoek is the epitome of romance.
Here is our itinerary suggestion for a romantic weekend in Franschhoek:
Although travelling overseas is difficult for most South Africans at the moment, it is never too late to start saving every penny and turn those dreams into reality. Our world is full of extraordinary places and we’ve chosen a few of our favourites to give you some inspiration.
Why pay for accommodation when you can stay for free? Here are three facts you need to know to get Free Accommodation in South Africa.
With Winter fast approaching, most of us are already pulling out our thick jackets and Winter wellies, and stocking up on red wine and entire seasons of our favourite TV series. Instead of hiberating indoors, why not pack the car and explore some of South Africa’s most beautiful destinations. We’ve picked 5 fabulous spots to get you started!
This year, on April 27 2016, celebrates the 22nd anniversary of our country’s first democratic, post-Apartheid election. Every year, we honour equality on Freedom Day, a day we enjoy alongside our fellow man, irrespective of race, creed, or sex.
If you’re in Cape Town and looking for new ways to commemorate Freedom Day, take a look at our list of things you should take part in.
While the arrival of winter means getting home from work in darkness for most South Africans, Durban is one of those lucky cities which gets minimally affected by the changing of the seasons. Although Durbanites may don a light jersey from time-to-time, the temperature remains warm enough to continue to enjoy a myriad of outdoor activities.
If you like nothing better than watching the sunset while on the beach, exercising on the promenade, or dining at a beachside restaurant; here are Durban’s hotspots.