Date posted: November 4, 2019 | Author: Denis Stupan
Table Mountain is undeniably Cape Town’s star, and is one of the prime reasons people come from far and wide to visit.
Table Mountain is a flat-topped mountain forming a prominent landmark overlooking the city of Cape Town in South Africa.
It is a significant tourist attraction, with many visitors using the cableway or hiking to the top.
What could be better than enjoying one of the city’s finest eateries while gazing upon the mountain’s beauty?
You have to enjoy a peckish meal while having this stunning view on the mountain, here is a list of restaurants where you can see Table Mountain in all its splendor. [Read more]
Date posted: October 7, 2019 | Author: Denis Stupan
Cape Town’s new cruise terminal is stunning and welcoming tourists from all over the world. Cruise ship season is back and locals can look forward to seeing a number of beautiful ships sail into Cape Town from early October to late November.
Published by Aimee Pace on October 4, 2019
So keep your eyes peeled and prepare to welcome the following vessels to our harbour.
Among others a Captonian favourite, The Queen Elizabeth, will finally visit the Mother City again on November 19, 2019, arriving at roughly 6.30am from Walvis Bay.
Renowned world wide, the Queen Elizabeth has always been an iconic attraction. The newly built addition to the fleet was constructed in 2010 with similar features to its predecessors. A modern feature of this cruise liner is a state of the art Computer Centre. The luxury ship can hold 2 000 passengers and just over a 1 000 crew members. She is made up of 12 decks and has an average speed of 24 knots. The Queen will sail away again on November 20, 2019 at 11pm bound for Port Elizabeth. [Read more]
Date posted: September 25, 2019 | Author: Denis Stupan
Can you imagine the bay and mountain views as you experience the marine environment perched high up on the seat of a water bike? You might see whales, dolphins, seals, our famous African penguin colony, other water birds and maybe even a turtle.
Cape Town Water Bikes is a new way to experience the Simon’s Town coast. Hop on one of the world’s most advanced water bikes and get pedaling for a different perspective.
The precision-engineered water bikes don’t produce any noise, so marine life isn’t scared off. The bikes do not emit any emissions, do not require fuel and allow you to safely explore without an environmental footprint.
Being so high off the water, gives you a new perspective of your surroundings, which is very different from other water vessels. [Read more]
Date posted: August 21, 2019 | Author: Denis Stupan
Dam levels have been recovering significantly. Good news for citizens and tourists.
With Cape Town dam levels hitting a new high of 81.7% and average Western Cape dam levels set to top the psychological 65% mark, the agriculture and tourism sectors in the province are eyeing better prospects in coming months.
Both city and provincial dam levels reached a four-year high in August, following the region’s worst drought in 100 years, which hit the agriculture, tourism and property sectors particularly badly.