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South Africa: Cape Town is Africa’s No1 Business-Tourism Destination

Cape Town has once again been dubbed the number one business tourism destination on the African continent. This is according to the latest International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA)... This is a content summary only. Visit www.cp-afric...

Cape Town – Your gateway to the best Adventure destinations!

Cape Town is a port city on South Africa’s southwest coast, on a peninsula beneath the imposing Table Mountain. Cape Point is an Executive Partner of Cape Town Tourism. Looming large and welcoming you to Cape Town, whether you are arriving by plane...
by Journal Edge on Mar 17, 2016

Want to enjoy Summer Season in South Africa? Head to Cape Town

Cape Town is the jewel in the South African crown; it is a vibrant, bustling community which is proud of its multicultural society. Christians, Muslims, traditional African beliefs, even Hindu and Jewish cultures all live..
by hotel travel on Feb 25, 2016

Ascension isn’t for everyone…

Hiddingh Ascension that is. One of the lesser known routes up Table Mountain and also one of the most difficult. I had heard about it from a colleague at work and asked him to let me know when he did it again as it is definitely not a route you shoul...
by Rory in South Africa on Aug 10, 2015

Street Performer – Cape Town, S. Africa

Cape Town just might be the coolest city in the world. Travel writers always describe cities as ‘vibrant,’ but in this case I think Cape Town defines the term. Because of the city’s location, Dutch & English ships have doubled...
by ethancrowley.com on Jul 6, 2015

South Africa Adventure 2014 Video

I hope you enjoyed the three stories I posted about my South Africa adventures.  It was a wonderful trip even with the day and a half travel to get there.  I though I would wrap it all up with a video a made of the highlights.  It is m...
by TexanTreks on Dec 26, 2014

Table Mountain, Cape Town South Africa

Yes oh yes.  I Had been waiting for this.  Table Mountain.  The iconic landmark of Cape Town, South Africa.  Known world wide.  Thirty six hours traveling from Texas to England to South Africa.  This would make the long...
by TexanTreks on Dec 2, 2014

Hiking the India Venster trail up Table Mountain

In another first for 2014 I climbed Table Mountain using the India Venster trail. I have lost count of how many times I have hiked up Table Mountain but I had never been up India Venster until last weekend. The week before I had climbed Lion’s...
by Rory in South Africa on Jan 16, 2014

Holiday Destinations in South Africa

Kruger-National-ParkSouth Africa is the most famous country in Africa. Economically, this country is by far much better compared to many other African countries. Mining of gold has played a major role in the economy of the country as well as its boom...
by Online Travel Agencies on Nov 20, 2013

Photo of the Week: And then we saw the mountain!

Last weekend we returned to Cape Town for slightly longer this time and set about exploring what we did not see last time, including Table mountain which eluded us on our last trip. The mountain was quite visible from the city, however we decided to...
by Travelling Tonito's Adventures on Sep 25, 2013

Photo of the Week: And then we saw the mountain!

Last weekend we returned to Cape Town for slightly longer this time and set about exploring what we did not see last time, including Table mountain which eluded us on our last trip. The mountain was quite visible from the city, however we decided to...
by Travelling Tonito's Adventures on Sep 25, 2013

One Year of Marriage Celebrated in Cape Town

One year. We’ve been married for one year. Raquel and I looked at each other on our flight down to Cape Town and we both thought the same thing: Time has flown by without us noticing it, but that’s another post on its own, but for now I want...
by Travelling Tonito's Adventures on Sep 11, 2013

South Africa 7: CapeTown: Table Mountain, Clifton Beach and a New Year Bash

In continuation from: CapeTown: Of Scuba, Sharks and PenguinsThe Mightly Table Mountain among the cloudsWe woke up to the morning of 31st December pretty excited as we were to visit the famed Table Mountain today. We had booked the cable car to...
by Travelogues on Jun 14, 2013

In heaven on Devil’s Peak

Today, after more than 10 years of living in Cape Town, I finally hiked to the top of Devil’s Peak and what a day to do it. With a thick fog blowing in from the Atlantic Ocean around Table Mountain and covering the city while the sun shone over...
by Rory Alexander Photography on May 25, 2013

TOP TEN: Things to do in Cape Town

Cape Town is a beautiful place with so much to see and do! It is really hard to just narrow down the things to do in the city and surrounding [...]...
by JET LAG Manifesto on Apr 11, 2013

Table Mountain at sunset

A panorama looking back across Table Bay towards Cape Town from Blouberg at sunset – March 2013 Follow @Rory_Alexander...
by Rory Alexander Photography on Apr 6, 2013

Table Mountain, una de las nuevas siete maravillas del mundo

by Magia en el Camino on Mar 11, 2013

One Day in Cape Town (English Version)

During our South Africa Tour along the Garden Route we stayed for 3 days in Cape Town. One day we had scheduled to visit the wine region of Stellenbosch and to take a tour in a winery. Another day was reservated for Hout Bay, Boulder Beach and the Ca...

Top Mountains: Ornaments of the Nature

Top Mountains: Ornaments of the Nature “Always Further, Taller And Harder than it looks.”   1. Aoraki Mount Cook     2.Monte Fitz Roy   3. Mount Kailash   4. Mount Kinabalu   5.  Amphitheatre, Drakensberg...
by The Entertainment Blog on Feb 22, 2013

Finally hiking Hout Bay Corner

I don’t like doing hikes that I haven’t done before, I prefer to tread paths that I know. Last year I broke with tradition and was reminded of why this is, after following a path that came to a dead-end and retracing our steps several tim...
by Rory in South Africa on Feb 16, 2013


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