Quirky Cape – part 1
The quirky Cape – a few images taken on our tours in the Cape that show the creativity and the
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Four beautiful coastal roads
The Cape is a mountainous region surrounded by the ocean so it’s no surprise that we have some stunning coastal
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Urban nature in Cape Town
In addition to our beautiful Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, which we showcase on our Flowers and Wine tour, and the various
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Joy of Super Teachers
CoZa Cares – it really does! A few days with their Super Teachers showed us exactly how and why. Mention
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Of vines and bovines
Did you know that South Africa has its very own breed of indigenous cattle? The Nguni cattle, widely recognised as
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Warm winter specials
GREAT WINTER DEALS TO TEMPT YOU OUT OF THE HOUSE DURING THESE CHILLY MONTHS Take the cable car to the
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L’hiver a Cape Town
It’s cold and possibly wet, too, but there’s still lots to do in Cape Town during the short winter. Here
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Winter in Cape Town
It’s cold and possibly wet, too, but there’s still lots to do in Cape Town during the short winter. Here
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The route less travelled
Loosely based on the U.S.A.’s Route 66, our Route 62 extends from near Cape Town to the Eastern Cape and
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Table Mountain – Hoerikwaggo, mountain of the sea
At 1086 metres and millions of years old, Table Mountain dominates Cape Town and is easily the most recognised landmark
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