What better way to spend your Saturday afternoon than to hop on a boat at Hout Bay harbour and enjoy a trip in the sea? If ... More
What better way to spend your Saturday afternoon than to hop on a boat at Hout Bay harbour and enjoy a trip in the sea? If you're lucky, and visiting in season, you'll cruise past whales frolicking in the bay before heading out to Duiker Island, where a huge seal colony awaits you. Around the corner you'll come across a fascinating shipwreck. The views of the coastline from the boat are stunning and it's an altogether wonderful and educational trip for children and adults alike. The boats leave at various times during the day depending upon the season. For timings, please check the website.
This majestic sandstone mountain is undoubtedly Cape Town's most well known and well loved landmark. Its flat "table top" stretches
for three kilometers and is flanked by Devil's Peak on one side and Lion's Head on the other. When ...
Boschendal, situated near Franschhoek, is one of the oldest estates in South Africa, having been established as 'Bossendaal' by Huguenot
Jean le Long in 1685. Today, Boschendal forms part of the Anglo American Farms and comprises a total of ...
The Cape Peninsula is possibly one of the most spectacular combination of sea and mountain scenery in the world. At
Cape Point, one also finds a treasure house of some 1200 different species of fynbos (Afrikaans for 'fine bush') ...