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Escape to the Cape is a privately owned company offering complete travel solutions in South Africa. The company was founded in 2009 and hasgained national recognition for its...

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Oceans to explore South Africa’s iconic Two Oceans Aquarium provides an unforgettable view of the life that thrives beneath the waves of the southern African coastline. The...

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Table Mountain, an official New 7 Wonder of Nature, is one of South Africa’s premier tourist attractions. Table Mountain Aerial Cableway allows visitors to experience the best...

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The evolution of the Iziko planetarium from analogue to fulldome digital technology – is set to create a hub of creativity, learning, entertainment and e-research. More than...

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The Iziko Slave Lodge is one of Cape Town’s oldest buildings, with a history that spans three centuries. Iziko aims to transform the Slave Lodge from a site of human wrongs to...

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The Cape Town Holocaust Centre features a newly renovated permanent exhibition on the history of the Holocaust, combining photographs, multimedia displays and recreated...

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Situated in the Company’s Garden is South Africa’s premier art museum. This exceptional collection of South African, African and Western European art grew from an initial...

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A highlight of any visit to Cape Town is the Castle, which was built as the headquarters of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) in 1666. The objects in the collection date from...

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A 10-minute walk from the Company’s Garden is the Bo-Kaap. By 1934, approximately three-quarters of the residents of the area were Muslim, and today there are nine mosques in...

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Housed in Cape Town’s historic Old Town House (1755), the Michaelis Collection of Dutch and Flemish paintings is the most significant of its kind outside of Europe and America....

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Opened in 1914, it is the oldest house museum in South Africa and houses some of the best pieces of Cape furniture, ceramics and silver in the country.

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The magnificent world-famous Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is the jewel in the crown of the Floral Kingdom and is regarded as one of the top seven botanical gardens in...

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The oldest wine estate in South Africa, established in 1685, Groot Constantia became famous throughout the world for its sweet wines. Today, set in the beautiful Constantia...

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Bo-Kaap

Cape Town

A 10-minute walk from the Company’s Gardens is the Bo-Kaap. By 1934, approximately three-quarters of the residents of the area were Muslim, and today there are nine mosques in...

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Uthando (Love) South Africa is a unique and innovative Non Profit and Fair Trade accreditated company that offers authentic, uplifting, fun, inspirational, interactive and...

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The museum is situated in a most beautiful valley called Franschhoek (‘French Corner’), bearing many of its original French place names, and half of all visitors to the museum...

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This beautiful, secluded Garden is nestled between mountain and sea, where steams of amber-coloured water flow, in the heart of the Cape Fynbos region within the Kogelberg...

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The Karoo Desert National Botanical Garden is the only truly succulent botanical garden in the southern hemisphere and on the African continent. Against the backdrop of the...

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Mail a card from the Post Office Tree − it’ll be stamped with a special commemorative frank from the world’s oldest post office. The campus of the Dias Museum Complex includes:...

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Rupert Museum

Cape Winelands

** PLEASE NOTE: Rupert Museum is closed until March 2019.At the bottom end of historic Dorp Street, on the banks of the Eersterivier, is what appears to be a whitewashed...

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