Cape Town Big 6 – attractions in the NEWS
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.
In the News: SANBI held a media launch for the Kirstenbosch-South Africa RHS Chelsea Flower Show exhibit. The design team’s new head designer, Leon Kluge, introduced his interpretation of the 2018 theme “Iconic Landscapes” and presented a model of the exhibit to be constructed at The Royal Horticulture Society’s Chelsea Flower Show which takes place in London from 22 – 26 May 2018.
In the news: The V&A Waterfront is proud to be awarded five Green Star Ratings from the Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA) this week. This is in an outstanding acknowledgement of the V&A Waterfront’s commitment to sustainable development.
In the News: Cape Point now has its own dedicated “Red Bus”. The Cape Point Explorer is a full day’s excursion with an English-speaking guide aboard a luxury air-conditioned coach, featuring a drive through picturesque Muizenberg, Fish Hoek and a visit to Boulders Beach with its famous colony of African penguins. The tour then continues to Cape Point, with an optional hike to the Cape of Good Hope headland.
In the News: September means spring and time to think about flowers, particularly our own indigenous flora. This year you can look at southern African flora through the eyes of our top botanical artists at the exhibition on at the Old Mutual Conference Centre, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens from 17-25 September.
In the news: In response to significant growth in visitor numbers, Groot Constantia is rolling out a unique new Visitor’sRoute experience – which will be available in time for the second half of 2016’s summer season. Four years of continuous growth in numbers saw Groot Constantia welcome over 400 000 visitors in 2015 alone – which has led to the need to enhance the Groot Constantia experience so that guests are allowed increased, and more personalised interaction, with the staff and offerings at the estate.
In the news: ‘Museum Night’ concept extends to the historic sites of the V&A Waterfront, with seven museums in the precinct opening their doors FREE of charge to the general public on Thursday, 14 July.