Stellenbosch and surrounds offer a myriad of outdoor and adrenalin filled adventures that visitors and locals will enjoy. From May to August we expect average daytime temperatures of 14°C to 20°C and many sunny days in between cloudy skies.
The popularity of the Green Point Urban Park has grown immensely, with nearly 70 000 people entering the venue last year.
Other recreational spaces such, as the Sea Point Promenade has also become a fast favourite amongst the people of the Mother City and visitors alike.
Cape Town’s CBD was at play this past Saturday (18 April 2015) as the first ever City Walk Saturdays was launched by the Cape Town Partnership.
Cape Town is a haven for cyclists. Scores of picturesque bike routes traversing mountains and ocean, many kilometres of safe cycle routes and a growing community of fellow enthusiasts can all be found here. But Cape Town is home to another interesting trend – building your own bicycle.
The second World Travel Market Africa started in Cape Town yesterday (15 April) with Mayor Patricia de Lille and Deputy Minister of Tourism in South Africa, Tokozile Xasa, officially opening the event.
Newly-named Cape Town Nu World Festival Confirms Dates and First Acts Simphiwe Dana to grace the City Hall stage at Cape Town Nu World Festival
The Cape Town World Music Festival, newly-named the Cape Town Nu World Festival, will bring a taste of Africa to Cape Town City Hall on Mandela Day weekend – 17th and 18thJuly 2015, it’s third year. The two day music festival will offer event-goers a unique experience, which will inspire, unite and educate by representing South Africa (and beyond) in a journey of musical discovery.