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Cape Town Is Open For Business

Tourism remains one of the life-bloods of the Western Cape economy If the thought of two-minute showers and re-using your towels has stopped you from visiting Cape Town this year, set aside any perceptions you may have of these measures being inconvenient and spare a thought for the new status quo globally. That is, of… Read more »

Darling Winter Beer Festival takes place for the third year running

The third annual Darling Winter Beer Festival is taking place on the 30th of June 2018. Since the first DWBF in 2016 this event has fast become a ‘must do’ on the annual calendar – attracting young and old, with plenty on offer to keep everyone entertained. This years DWBF offers live music from the… Read more »

Eternal Summer On The Cape West Coast – The Perfect Family Getaway

The Cape West Coast enjoys more sunny days throughout the year than any other coastline in South Africa. This – plus the fact that it is literally on Cape Town’s door step, and there are special deals on offer too, running right through the upcoming school holidays – makes it the perfect destination for a… Read more »

The Moutonshoek community protect their land to conserve our natural heritage and the water catchment for Verlorenvlei estuary

The Moutonshoek Protected Environment (MPE) is South Africa’s newest privately protected area, nestled in the mountains of the Moutonshoek valley, near Piketberg on South Africa’s west coast. The MPE was established through the work of BirdLife South Africa’s Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBA) Programme, with support from CapeNature. This declaration of 9 000 hectares… Read more »

Unique New Cape Way Sightseeing Route Launched

An exciting new sightseeing route that combines world-renowned tourist hot spots with some of the more unknown and unique Cape destinations is being launched at the upcoming World Travel Market exhibition, taking place at the CTICC from 18 – 20 April. The Cape Way circular route encompasses 28 destinations – starting at the V&A Waterfront… Read more »

Darling Brew: Africa’s First Carbon Neutral Brewery Announced

Darling Brew, a craft brewery based in the town of Darling in the Western Cape, has been officially declared as Africa’s first carbon neutral brewery. The brewery is expected to offset a total of 687.96 tons of CO2 over the next year. This will be equivalent to having eliminated the same amount of carbon from… Read more »

New !Khwa ttu San Heritage Centre launching at top Cape Town destination

!Khwa ttu – meaning ‘waterhole’ in the ancient /Xam Bushmen language – situated an hour from Cape Town’s CBD on the West Coast’s R27 main route, is currently undergoing an exciting expansion and in September the !Khwa ttu San Heritage Centre will open its doors to the public. This new !Khwa ttu San Heritage Centre… Read more »

Chef Garth Almazan Opens Leeto Restaurant In Paternoster

Enjoy a culinary journey of refined and contemporary West Coast cuisine at the newly opened Leeto Restaurant by Chef Proprietor Garth Almazan. Authenticity and local specialities merge with sophistication in both the menu and restaurant design. Leeto (Khoi language: ’journey’) stays true to its unique beach location, capturing local flavours whilst at the same time… Read more »

Tour Guides And Visas By James Vos MP – DA Shadow Minister of Tourism

On Wednesday, 21 February 2018, we celebrated International Tour Guide Day which gives prominence to the role that this sector plays in the tourism industry. The celebration holds a special meaning to me as I recently completed a course in Tour Guiding. I will soon be joining the ranks of these dedicated men and women… Read more »

#SaveWaterSaveTourism – By James Vos MP – Shadow Minister of Tourism

The prospect of nations running out of water have become more pronounced due to recurrent droughts and climate change. Water shortages are essentially the ‘new normal’, and they pose a serious risk to the valuable tourism sector. Now, more than ever, citizens in our cities and towns need to realise that, contrary to popular perception,… Read more »

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