Educational Sites

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

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.

Explore Cape Town Attractions & Things To Do

Come and Play at the Indoor Action Sports Centre!

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

Cape Town - the place to be for kitesurfing!

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...

Thirty One brings you an experience of a life time!

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

The Piano Bar is a trendy New York-inspired music revue bar and eatery with a strong African flavour.

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We are passionate about Cape Town, the Mother City and it's unique natural features such as mountains and the two oceans converging. It's social, urban and cultural heritage, make it a melting pot of multicultural ethnicity, the diversity in humanity, both local and international. Natural beauty and wildlife, make it one of the world's top rated cities to live in and visit. The cultural mix of African, Malay, Asian and European have baked in an African story and history like no other worth exploring, embracing and living, even for a short tourist visit. This site is dedicated to Capetonians and the world...