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The Geological Contact Zone dates back to 1836 when Charles Darwin visited this exact location. This visit had a major impact on Charle's thoughts on the origin of rocks.

The incredible and iconic Cape Castle of Good Hope

For those who enjoy a bit of history, the Cape Castle of Good Hope has an extraordinary legacy behind it

Explore Cape Town Attractions & Things To Do

Hikers Safety Guide

The Pipe Track Hike

Location: Table Mountain Parking Lot

Starting Point:Corner of Kloof Road Tafelberg Road

End Point:Same as starting point.

Grand West brings you the well known Ice Station ice skating rink

Pigalle Restaurant Cape Town

The Pigalle Restaurant is a well know established and very successful Portuguese restaurant group, based in both Cape Town and JHB. This 300...

For the first time, Bay Harbour brings you a dance party like no other, in association with Corona and Party Republica! It's promising to be an amazing evening! If you wondering why there is a...

4 x selected tapas off the menu and a bottle of our house (red/ white) wine. Be it a first date, double date, play date, tinder date or couples date night, there is no better place to kick-start...

Shimmey Beach Club, brings you a restaurant, live music and the best ocean view in Cape Town!

Thirty One brings you an experience of a life time!

The Era nightclub has earned its spot as one of Cape Town’s best hotspots to visit

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