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There are a lot of popular tourist destinations in the world that witness a huge number of footfalls all over the year but very few of them can come close to Cape Town.

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The List of Must-dos While in Cape Town

Saturday, October 16, 2010 AT 01:10 AM

Where else will you find adventures and sceneries to pack a wallop into your getaway, but in Cape Town.

Holiday in Cape Town

Thursday, October 14, 2010 AT 04:10 AM

Cape Town is one of the top 5 destinations to visit before you die, and there is a reason why.

Being a city of great beauty Cape Town provides the perfect setting for all things romantic.

Cape Town Tours – Suburb Tour Information and History

Monday, October 11, 2010 AT 02:10 AM

The Cape winelands

One of the best Cape Town Tours is the tour of the winelands.

Cape Town has had a long and turbulent history. With Apartheid still linger in the minds and hearts of its people.

Cape Town tours are an essential way for you to get familiar with one of the most beautiful town in the world.

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Kei Mouth, a little slice of heaven

Wednesday, August 25, 2010 AT 01:08 PM

Kei Mouth is one of the most picturesque towns I have ever had the privilege to visit. Close to East London in the Eastern Cape on the Wild coast, Kei Mouth  lies on the bank of the Great Kei River, which flows for about 225 kilometres before ending at the Indian Ocean at the small village.

Stunning Sibaya

Wednesday, July 21, 2010 AT 01:07 PM

Situated on the stunning, sparkling beaches of the Indian Ocean lie two resorts that offer tranquillity, quality hospitality, luxury accommodation and exciting entertainment amid Durban’s sub-tropical landscape: Sibaya Lodge and the Royal Sibaya Hotel.

Rural charm awaits in the Free State

Thursday, July 15, 2010 AT 01:07 PM

It may be said that travelling through the Free State can be just that: travelling through it, not stopping except to fill up with petrol, and moving on to one’s original destination. However, it is indeed a province that should not be left undiscovered, particularly if you are prone to relish the great outdoors.