26 Jan Cape Town – South Africa
There is a reason that there is a buzz in the air about Cape Town… it’s because it is awesome! And, now may be the best time to visit it yourself. It’s in the midst of a huge transformation that you don’t want to miss… and it’s always better to go before everybody else does.
The 2010 World Cup really put the city on the map for world travelers, when government invested hundreds of millions of dollars into infrastructure and the private sector matched them in upping the scene for visitors by refreshing neighborhoods and an creating new restaurants and hotels. The spark that was lit four years ago has continued to burn under the the feet of entrepreneurs, artists and investors.
The city is a buzz of activity. With a jaw dropping setting, wonderful weather, friendly locals and plenty to do, it’s no wonder Cape Town is on every must see list of 2014!
Read more about why CPT is so hot right now.
Cape Town has several distinct neighborhoods. Make sure to make your way out of the beautiful, but touristy, Waterfront area to explore the one’s that peak your interest. Find great shopping and cafes in the Lower Kloof area, or stroll along the up and coming De Waterkant for great jazz and galleries, or make it down to Camps Bay to play at the beach with all the beautiful people of Cape Town. Whatever you do, don’t miss Saturday in the Woodstock neighborhood at the Old Biscuit Mill market and design center. Trust us… go early, go hungry! The city is full of delicious places to eat and drink, but expect to make reservations far in advance for the hot spots. Locals love to eat out as much as visitors and getting a table at the in spot may be harder than you think. But, that’s why you have us, right?
There are a handful of wonderful five star hotels to choose from as well. Each has it’s own unique vibe and each has a sense of place. We enjoyed visiting three of these top hotels during our visit. We’ll help pick just the right one for your stay.
Cape Grace in the Waterfront.
Mount Nelson Hotel in Tamboerskloof.
The Twelve Apostles just outside of Camps Bay.
Go see why life is “lekker” in Cape Town! lekker: [lekk-irr with a rolling r] Nice, good, great, cool or tasty.
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Here are a few photos to entice you.