PLANNING A TRIP TO CAPE TOWN?


Cape Town's reputation as one of the most beautiful and popular destinations in the world is legendary. But don't take our word for it. Experience the Mother City by self-selecting virtual tours of interest to you. No artificial hype. No frothy pink postcard sunsets.


You get to explore the unique features of accommodation, attraction, restaurant, dining, shopping and venue options as if you were already here. Each page listing has its own 360 degree virtual tour and a variety of useful, easy to use features.



 LATEST TOURS


Die Afrikaanse Taalmonument

Die Afrikaanse Taalmonument


"Taal" in the Afrikaans language (Dutch origin) means language. Fittingly, The Taalmonument just outside Paarl, set against the mountains in Cape winelands country, is a fascinating step back into the past. It's a must for linguiphiles. The Afrikaans language monument acknowledges the influence of languages such as Dutch, Malay, Portuguese, French, German, Khoi and African languages on the development of Afrikaans. The visitor's centre hosts an informative historical exhibition...


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Die Afrikaanse Taalmuseum

Die Afrikaanse Taalmuseum


The Taalmuseum traces the variety of influences that contributed to the development of the Afrikaans. The museum's interactive exhibitions provide a hands-on experience of Afrikaans' history, dialects, people and peculiarities. Afrikaans is the mother tongue of more than 6 million South Africans, including 55 % of people in the Western Cape. See "From Rieldans to Rap, tracing the Afrikaans language through its song," to the printing press used to print the first Afrikaans newspaper to Arabic Afrikaans...


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Bezweni Lodge

Bezweni Lodge


Bezweni Lodge is situated high up in the Hottentots Mountains on a private estate in Sir Lowry’s Pass Village, Somerset West. The sweeping sea and mountain views are genuinely unrivalled. Accommodation includes four comfortably fitted rooms, all with terraces leading onto a pool deck. There’s also a fully equipped, luxury self-catering family apartment with a private terrace, which comfortably sleeps four plus a spacious self-catering cottage. Facilities include beauty and massage treatments...


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von Geusau Chocolates

von Geusau Chocolates


Von Geusau chocolates are well known for their unusual flavour profiles. These include pear, Earl Grey, Masala Chai, whiskey cinnamon, rose geranium, blueberry, crème brulee and a host of others. All chocolate goodies are meticulously crafted by hand using best quality imported Belgian couverture chocolate. While available countrywide at boutique retail outlets, hotels and wine pairings, the best place to taste and purchase is at the Greyton shop itself...


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Springbok Experience

The Springbok Experience Rugby Museum


The Springbok Experience is a world-class, modern interactive museum telling South Africa's story through the eyes of its most powerful sport. Conveniently located at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town, it offers a fun and entertaining experience for the whole family. The museum features more than 60 audiovisual displays among glass cases displaying rare and fascinating historic objects. Watch the history of South African rugby unfold. Test your rugby skills and knowledge in the interactive 'Springbok trials' games zone...


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Maboneng Township Arts Experience

Maboneng Township Arts Experience


The Maboneng experience turns township homes into galleries and outdoor areas into performance spaces. Maboneng is well known for its annual home-base township art exhibitions. These span a couple of days in more than 70 homes in four townships around the country. Townships include Alexandra in Johannesburg, Madadeni in Kwazulu Natal and, Gugulethu and Langa in Cape Town. Exhibitions include anything from film screenings and visual art to dance, theatre and music...


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