Wander Cape Town

A local’s guide to the Mother City

This is an ongoing project aimed at sourcing Capetonians to write about the topics they know best – so that you, the reader, can find trustworthy and knowledgeable information on the topic you’re looking for!

The Local Knowledge Project is community-sourced, community-promoting knowledge sharing. Check it out and see how you can explore, support, and learn!

LATEST ARTICLES

Neighbourhood Guides

Keen to explore a specific part of our sprawling city? I’ve put together a few fun guides to Cape Town’s favourite neighbourhoods. Packed with info on the best things to see, do, and eat!

9 best wine farms in Cape Town

The Cape Winelands has become world-renowned for its incredible wines. With more than 300 vineyards, it is one of the top ten wine-producing regions of

7 Awesome Surfing Spots in Cape Town

Here you can read about seven incredible surfing spots in Cape Town. We’ve asked local surfers to write about why this is their spot and what to look out for. Enjoy the read! 

HELPFUL INFORMATION

Cleaning up the Liesbeek River

Where to Volunteer in Cape Town

If you’re looking to become more other-oriented and give back to the community, there are a number of really great options in Cape Town. Whether

This is a series of interviews, temporarily on pause! Chats with local photographers and photojournalists about their work and lives, our country, and how visual storytelling can contribute to stronger communities.

Each interview includes some of my and their favourite photographs and lots of lekker vibes.

About Wander Cape Town

This blog is a bit of a passion project mine. It began as a kind of home travel blog, exploring the experiences and attractions of Cape Town, my own city, for visitors and locals. It’s still that, but it’s expanding into a resource on everything in Cape Town. With interviews, guest posts by local experts, and a focus on environmental sustainability and conscious exploration.

So, on Wander Cape Town, you’ll find tips on what to do for different budgets and interests, and the various opportunities for adventure. Along with information on Cape Town’s natural environment, sustainability efforts, and a bunch more.