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Un, deux et trois jours d’itinéraires au Cap


Avec tant de choses à faire et tellement de choses à voir au Cap, cela peut être un peu décourageant si vous n’avez qu’une seule journée pour tout faire. Ne vous inquiétez pas, nous vous avons couvert de nombreuses suggestions pour vous aider vous profitez au maximum de votre temps ici.

L’une des meilleures façons de découvrir le Cap dans les plus brefs délais est de passer la journée avec City Sightseeing et de faire la navette avec ses bus rouges à deux étages. Avec plusieurs itinéraires à choisir, il suffit de rouler et de prendre le paysage en une heure et demie.

Le bus s’arrête à de nombreuses attractions populaires, notamment au téléphérique de la montagne de la Table, où vous pourrez prendre le téléphérique jusqu’au sommet de la montagne. La visite circulaire du Tour de ville rouge comprend Camps Bay et la promenade Sea Point, qui sont toutes deux excellentes pour attraper les brises de soleil et de mer, avec un cornet de crème glacée ou quelque chose à boir..

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Informations essentielles pour les voyageurs au Cap

Le Cap offre des attractions emblématiques, des connexions mémorables avec des habitants locaux et une grande variété d’expériences uniques, 365 jours par an.

Le Cap est un creuset de cultures, riche en histoire et en beauté naturelle. Les visiteurs sont traités à des goûts, des sons et des sentiments qui ne peuvent être trouvés nulle part ailleurs dans le monde. En tant que destination touristique de classe mondiale, les visiteurs peuvent profiter d’une vaste gamme d’attractions et d’expériences comme des vins primés dégustations, activités de plein air et d’aventure, arts et culture locaux et cuisine cosmopolite.


Le Cap a un climat méditerranéen composé d’étés chauds et secs et d’hivers doux avec de la pluie. La saison la plus chaude de novembre à mars est l’heure la plus occupée de Le Cap, mais les touristes visitent toute l’année. Le Cap est situé dans une région de pénurie d’eau qui connaît souvent une sécheresse. Les touristes sont demandé pour aider à économiser l’ea..

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Your Observatory Cheat Sheet

Every street in Cape Town has a unique personality. If Kloof Street is the aloof sophisticate of the Cape Town family, and Bree is the quirky art student, then Lower Main Road in Observatory is the black sheep, the cousin who went backpacking in India to find herself and came back with piercings and tattoos.

Yep, there’s no doubt that Observatory is the bohemian centre of Cape Town, attracting students, backpackers, and voluntourists. Diverse and multi-cultural, expect to hear a mix of accents—from West African to Scandinavian—when walking the streets.

If you’re looking for a place to hang out, meet new people, and get involved in some of Cape Town’s most creative activities then Obs should be first on your list.

Hello Sailor
Hello Sailor is a trendy but relaxed little bistro on Lower Main Road with decor inspired by Sailor Jerry tattoo artwork and hearty and well-priced food. It’s a great place to grab a meal and a beer and watch the parade of people pass by on Observatory’s busies..

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Spoil your loved ones this Easter to a breakfast buffet at the luxurious Bantry Bay Suite Hotel, situated in, Cape Town. The Boutique Hotel is the perfect spot for guests and members to indulge in a feast together, as a family.

The buffet will be served from 06:30am – 10:30am on Sunday, 01 April 2018. Expect to be treated with all your favorite breakfast items, such as, smoked salmon rosettes and capers, homemade muesli and other assorted cereals, platters of cheese and fruit. A traditional English breakfast is also available with your eggs prepared according to your preference. Be sure to leave some space though, as the morning spread will be followed by mini plates of chocolate delights and pastries along with Mocha Coffee served from 11am onward. This mouth-watering feast will only cost R165 per person.

For more information and to book your Breakfast Buffet Feast visit: or contact

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Brand New – Steenberg Golf Weekend

Steenberg Golf Estate has earned international recognition. In the centre of the serene Constantia winelands, surrounded by the Sivermine mountain range… It’s here that you will find Steenberg Golf Club, one of the finest in Cape Town!

Your package includes:
* 2 Nights in a Private 4-Bedroom Villa
* Meal basis: Self-catering
* 1 round at Steenberg, including carts
* 1 round at Westlake, including carts

From R2 800 pp (for the package)
* All meals, transport, extras and items not mentioned

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Celebrate this Easter with the iconic Mandela Rhodes Place in Cape Town, with an exclusive family offer from 30 March – 02 April 2018.
When booking the luxurious all-suite style apartments with spectacular city views, guests will be treated to an a la carte breakfast, a surprise Easter Bunny Hamper and complimentary hop-on-hop-off red bus tickets to visit the city’s best attractions. With free parking and complimentary airport transfers provided, your family getaway is guaranteed to be stress free!
Kids under the age of 12, sharing with two adults, stay free so book your greatest Easter weekend experience yet and receive 20% off the best available rate at Mandela Rhodes Place.
For more information and to book your family break in the vibrant city of Cape Town, visit: or contact

Promotional Code: EAS18
Terms and Conditions:
• Accommodation for 2 adults sharing
• Kids under the age of 12 sharing with their parents stay free
• Su..

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Three day itinerary in Cape Town

Cape Town has plenty to offer both locals and tourists, and it’s hard to find a way to balance out the quirky hole-in-the-wall joints that locals love with the tourist hot-spots. Don’t fret! In this guide, we’ll show you how to get the best of both worlds. You can live like a local and still see some of the major attractions, without having to spend all your precious holiday time standing in queues and battling crowds. And all of that in a three-day whirlwind visit! Hang on to your hats, folks. (No really, Cape Town can get pretty windy).

Day 1: City Slicker
The city centre is the perfect place to start your Cape Town adventure. Day 1 is about taking in as much of the city as you can, so get an early start and wear good walking shoes.

Head for the V&A Waterfront to board Cape Town’s famous City Sightseeing Red Bus Tour. You can hop on and off as you like, and they’ll also stop right at the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway station. You can buy tickets for the Cableway on board the bus t..

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Everything you need to know about the Cape Town Carnival

On 17 March 2018, the streets of Cape Town will burst into a colourful and joyous celebration with the Cape Town Carnival. Think Rio Carnival, but with real African flavour and Cape Town pizzazz. There will be dancing, pyrotechnics, enormous colourful floats, giant puppets, live music, and hot firemen and women. Here’s everything you need to know about this not-to-be-missed Cape Town event.

The theme
This year’s theme is “Mother City, Mother Nature” and will celebrate the duality of Cape Town as a city that acts both as a melting pot of cultures and home to natural wonders like the Cape Floral Kingdom. It’s a salute to the friendly people and the awe-inspiring natural wonders that make Cape Town such a unique place. The theme also looks at the relationship between the people of Cape Town and Mother Nature, with a strong water conservation message at its heart.

Where & when
The Fan Walk in Green Point will be for pedestrians only from 2 pm on Saturday 17 March 2018. The parade officia..

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A Guide to the Cape Town Cycle Tour

If your idea of fun is to clad yourself in lycra, don cleats and get around on two sets of wheels, then the annual Cape Town Cycle Tour is definitely an event to put into your diary. It’s the largest individually timed cycle race in the world (with approximately 35,000 entrants), and it boasts one of the most picturesque routes in the world, making it a bucket list item for those who like active holidays. Better still, there are various events happening in the week leading up to the big race, making it a great trip for the whole family.

The race
There are three main races to take part in, including two other races in the run-up to the Cycle Tour.

Junior: This fun ride takes place on the Sunday before the main event, with several races available to a few age groups, from toddlers to energetic 12-year-olds. For safety purposes, entries are limited and parents are encouraged to accompany their kids on foot. Each child will walk away with a medal, certificate, and goodie bag for completi..

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New amphibious wheelchairs to improve accessibility at selected Blue Flag beaches

In an effort to create awareness and to make our beaches universally accessible to persons with disabilities, WESSA has donated amphibious wheelchairs to four coastal municipalities in South Africa, with the support of generous funding made available by The Ford Motor Company Fund.

The amphibious wheelchairs were supplied by Blue Flag partner AccessRec and have a unique design that allows them to move easily on the sand, as well as to enter and float in the sea.

This initiative has been launched by WESSA – the implementer of the international Blue Flag programme in South Africa – in partnership with the National Council for Persons with Disabilities. The aim is to create awareness and to achieve universal access to Blue Flag beaches, through improved infrastructure and amenities.

The City of Cape Town, Overstrand, Bitou and Kouga municipalities were identified as recipients for the chairs, based on their existing disabled access to beaches and on their commitment to making their Blu..