Want to spend an evening laughing your head off? Do you like theater and specifically theater sports? Than don't miss out on Improvision, Cape Town's one and only Theatre sport group.
One of the unique theatres on the Cape Peninsula is the Kalk Bay Theatre, a 72-seater theatre housed in an 1876 church.
Paarl and Franschhoek harbour quite a few theatres where one can enjoy a wide variety of performing arts; from live classical music to theatre shows. A great nightlife experience in the wine lands!
What is a better start of the evening then a glass of South African wine on Table Mountain, overlooking this magnificent city while the sun is slipping in the Atlantic?
The Stellenbosch Village Museum, comprises of four historic houses and their gardens each representing a different period...
Situated around the north end of Century City, Intaka Island is habitat to more than 180 species of indigenous plants and 125 bird species.
A camel ride on the Cape Peninsula at Imhoff's farm is an experience that will not be soon forgotten!
The Afrikaans Language Monument represents the roots, growth and position of the Afrikaans language in South Africa.
The Afrikaans Language Museum offers a modern exhibition on the roots, variants and expressions of Afrikaans, as well as a House museum.
Stellenbosch in the Cape Winelands is rich in history and culture. Theatre for instance: Eikestad - as Stellenbosch is nick named, meaning Oak Town - boasts 9 theatres!
When spending a day in the inner city of Cape Town, a visit to the the Slave Lodge Museum on the lower part of Company Gardens is a must.
A day tour around Cape Town and taking the Cable Car to Table Mountain, one of the city's great highlights, is a perfect start of your holiday.
The historical Greenmarket Square is the place to be for African art music paintings, masks, clothing, statues, jewelry and more.
Visit the Cape Flats, an area where many of the coloured communities where relocated during apartheid in South Africa.
The Wilderness National Park in the heart of the Garden Route, is an oasis consisting of lakes, rivers, fens, estuaries and beaches.
The Mandela Museum in Soweto is housed in what was once the home of Nelson Mandela, the world's most famous political prisoner and South Africa's former president.
Get the kids to play and take something home for the parents; the Scratch Patch offers thousands of tumble-polished gemstones covering the playground
36 years after the Dutch settled in the Cape, the Huguenots settled here in the former Oliphantshoek...Franschhoek
In the township of Langa, meaning "Sun", you should pay a visit to the Tsoga Environmental Resource Centre.
The Milkwood Tree in Mossel Bay is over 500 years old and is known as the Post Office Tree.
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