If you are contemplating a visit to our fair city, Cape Town and the beauty that surrounds it from all sides, let us confound you with even more items to add to your calendar for 2017, making an annual visit a must. We are going to take you on a diarised whirlwind of events and … Continue reading Cape Festivals and Events
It’s that time of year again, SPRING! As South Africans we love the 1st of September as it marks the change in the season. Nowhere in South Africa is more spectacular than the Northern and Western Cape, where the grey winter skies get forgotten very quickly and the semi-arid plains turn into carpets of flower … Continue reading Wild flowers in the Western Cape
They say nothing burns like AFRIKABURN… Have you been? Did you get your ticket for a trip to the Tankwa Karoo, South Africa from the 25th April through to the 1st May 2016. The Afrikaburn festival attracts visitors from many countries around the world, which means you are bound to bump into someone who speaks … Continue reading AFRIKABURN 2016 – Tankwa Karoo
Last year was the 138th year of the Cape Town Cycle Tour 2016 that was shortened to 47 kilometres due to the impact of the huge fires that occurred in the mother city’s south peninsular. Welcome 2016, and the Cape Town Cycle Tour is back to its normal route 109km’s that includes Chappies ( Chapmans … Continue reading Cape Town Cycle Tour 2016
In the Western Cape there’s the wine route and then there is the longest wine route, which we all need to go on. Route 62 covers the Klein Karoo, Robertson, Tulbagh and Wellington with more than 70 wine farms (11 specialist Brandy cellars) for more than a week’s’ worth of wine farms to stop at and taste as well as enjoy breakfast, lunch and supper.