Cape Town Big 6 – attractions in the NEWS
2022 has been an incredible year for SANBI, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, and conservation horticulturist and tree experts in their efforts to propagate the Critically Endangered Mutavhatsindi (Yellow Peeling Plain) tree.
This month Makers Landing, in collaboration with Cloud Events dating and new friends service, announces the launch of the Must Love X Series in the V&A Waterfront. These events, happening throughout February, connect people with a common interest and love of food in a fun and casual setting.
The Robben Island Museum (RIM) is pleased to announce a new Walking Tour, which will allow tourists to explore Robben Island’s rich history and biodiversity while walking in the footsteps of South African legends. This exciting new tour will start on Friday 31 December 2021 and the tickets will be available from 28 December on our online booking platform.
Explore the scenic Kirstenbosch Garden. As we head into summer – and the festive season – it’s the ideal time to get outdoors into our wild places and appreciate South Africa’s extraordinary natural world.
Table Mountain Cableway share current traveller behaviours and what the future picture of travel could look like, in a post-Covid world. Travel and tourism operators in South Africa are ready and excited to welcome back domestic (and maybe even overseas) visitors and have put plans and changes in place to adapt to their changing needs and demands as consumers.
May is Africa Month and Robben Island Museum is inviting you to celebrate it with them. There is no more fitting place to celebrate Africa, her triumphs and tribulations, than a visit to RIM where fun, fact and philosophy come alive!
Groot Constantia, South Africa’s oldest wine producing Estate – with a history that stretches back 335 years – has announced that they are cracking open their Vintage Vault and making limited quantities of some of the rarest, and best, wines in the country available for purchase.
IN THE NEWS: We are proud to announce the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway have made it to the shortlist along with the Two Oceans Aquarium, a fellow Cape Town attraction that we are proud to have at the V&A Waterfront.
The 2019 winners will be announced during WTM Africa at a ceremony on Wednesday, 10 April 2019 at 16.45 at the CTICC.
In the news: Robben Island Museum’s Marketing Department has initiated a campaign to acknowledge the role that our youth played to fight for South Africa’s freedom and democracy. The youth of 1976 were brave and defiant to fight the apartheid system for fair and equal education.
In the news: Cape Town is at the top of every bucket list, and one of the most sought-after destinations in the world. The cruise terminal, operated by the V&A Waterfront, provides access to amenities such as customs and Immigration check-ins, baggage collection, foreign exchange, restaurants, and a variety of transport and tourism information services.