Cape Town

Head to the Mother City

Cape Town is the mother city of South Africa, home to the towering Table Mountain, glorious beaches and bountiful vineries. It boasts a cultural mix of society in the most diverse of sceneries; from the rolling mountain drives around the coast or the long scenic drives inland. It’s the ultimate destination for the ultimate adventure.

 

Cape Town
Table Mountain

Tick off ‘Table Mountain’ off your bucket list when you hit Cape Town. Catch the cable car that travels the 1089m right up to the top of the majestic mountain. When you arrive you can indulge in a bite to eat, enjoy the view, purchase a souvenir from the curio shop, take part in the audio tour or abseil down the side of the mountain should the fancy take you. The top if yours to explore. For all the information about what is available and a list of prices, check out their website here: http://www.tablemountain.net/

   

Cape Town - Mossel Bay
Blaster’s Family Entertainment Centre

Everyone is included at Blaster’s Family Entertainment in a safe and secure environment. For your enjoyment, they have a restaurant with a delicious menu for when the hunger sets in, mini-golf in an amazing underwater world, rollerblading, and a cigar lounge and pool tables for the older crowd. Or simply enjoy a braai, the nation’s favourite pastime, on the big braai terrace. The website will provide you with all the information that you need:
http://www.blasters.co.za/

   

Cape Town
Long Street

You’re spoilt for choice on Cape Town’s well-known Long Street where you can enjoy everything from an early evening meal to an epic night out on the town, dancing until the sun comes out. Check out some of the more established spots such as Mama Africa’s, The Dubliner (where you can enjoy a bit of live jazz) and
The Waiting Room. There’s so much more! Visit Cape Town’s official tourism website at:
http://www.capetown.travel/attractions/entry/Long_Street_at_night

   

Cape Town
Up the Creek I 26 – 29 January

If you’ve been residing under a rock and haven’t heard of the Up The Creek Festival in Cape Town! The website introduces it in the following manner: “Since the summer of 1990 Up The Creek Festival has been hosted at Up The Creek river camp, set between a dirt road and the welcoming waters of the Breede River.” Delve into a whole weekend of live music on three different stages, mates, good food and the best atmosphere.
Ticket prices and accommodation details can be found on the website: http://www.upthecreek.co.za/