Table Mountain, the two oceans, and a bustling art scene. The Mother City, as Cape Town is so affectionately known, is one of the most amazing places in the world to explore. As always, it’s best seen through a local’s eyes, which you can make possible right here, right now.
It’s not all about the drink when you head off to a wine farm. It’s about the history of the farm, and the family name that has managed it for centuries. It’s about the vineyards that span off into the distance, and the old Dutch-style homes that throw you back in time.
Cape Town is famous for it’s countless breweries that are dotted across the city. Exploring the craft beer scene is a treat for South African and international tourists alike – whether you like hoppy, fruity or bitter beers. The locals have had time to try the range, so join one who knows what’s up – and get straight to the gold!
What could be better than sipping on a couple of local brews as you watch the African sun set on the horizon? As perfect as it sounds, you’ll want to be with the right company, who knows when and where to be. The ultimate way to relax and unwind – South African style.
A braai is at the heart of local South African culture. Other countries call it a BBQ – but to South Africans, it’s totally unique. If there’s one phrase to learn during your trip in South Africa, it’s “nou gaan ons braai”. It will bring smiles to the faces of every South African. Enjoy tender cuts of meat and smooth conversation around the fire!
Cape Town is perched at the meeting point of the Atlantic and Indian Ocean, giving it prime access to the fish reserves of the world. If you’re looking for some world famous crispy fish and chips, a tomato-ey mussel pot, the local three-way calamari, or something refined like sushi, the freshest and finest is in abundance.