The thriving jazz scene of Cape Town is a proud part of its cultural heritage. This distinctive genre of jazz, known as Cape Jazz, was developed during apartheid, when artists would channel their difficulties into inspiration. Listen to this unique African-style jazz at one of the many festivals and venues that showcase it.
If you love a spot of afternoon tea, then this is an essential experience to embark on during your holiday to Cape Town. Also known as the 'Pink Palace' to locals, the High Tea offered at the glamorous Mount Nelson Hotel claims to be the best in the world – and many international food critics and travel writers agree.
Otherwise known as Camps Bay, this premier cove is home to swanky bars and internationally acclaimed restaurants. Luxury travellers can enjoy dazzling views of bobbing yachts and emerald palms from nearby hotels. As a popular wedding destination, many couples have chosen to share their vows on the stunning sands of Camps Bay beach.
Home to a floral kingdom, this iconic landmark is around 600 million years old! Catch a cable car to the top with a birds-eye view of the City Bowl along the way, and then take in the astounding views of the entire region at the summit. You can also explore the incredible Table Mountain National park during your visit.
Located an hour's drive from Cape Town, the Cape Winelands offer a world of vast vineyards and traditional wine estates set against lofty mountains. The sought after Cape wine is abundant here with rich and subtle flavours. Set off on a tour of the region’s award-winning estates for an exclusive wine-tasting experience.