Kalk Bay gets its name from the lime extracted from sea shells and used for the construction of buildings in the 1800s. To do ... More
Kalk Bay gets its name from the lime extracted from sea shells and used for the construction of buildings in the 1800s. To do this fascinating little village justice, you'll need at least half a day. Leave yourself time to wander around the second-hand shops, see the craft stores and art galleries, and the old china shops reminiscent of Aladdin's cave. Whilst there, take a walk down to the colorful harbour, where fish can be bought straight from the small fishing boats, and you may be lucky to see a seal alongside, hoping for a titbit. Then stop to refresh yourself at a quaint cafe, or lunch at one of the many good restaurants.
A really fabulous guesthouse and a great alternative for anyone wanting to get away from the formal hotel experience. Guests
are made to feel welcome at Chartfield and it's perfect if you want to enjoy Cape Town's many attractions ...
Set against the backdrop of the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range and a stones throw from the most beautiful beaches in
Cape Town, Camps Bay Resort is perfectly located for your dream holiday in this idyllic location. Within walking distance ...
The OVC Travel Office specializes in cheap flights, visa services, travel insurance, work holiday visas, a full range of day
tours, overland tours, and southern Africa excursions. In Cape Town, OVC are probably best known for arranging the (seemingly ...