Fondly known as The Republic of Hout Bay, this mountain-enclosed neighbourhood doesn’t really feel like part of Cape Town. It’s right on the outskirts, past
This beautiful coastal neighbourhood is one of the most accessible and enjoyable areas in Cape Town! It’s also my own neighbourhood, so I’ve been exploring
This post is to help both tourists to Cape Town and our citizens to support local! Small businesses without advertising budgets and a place on
One of the best views we’ve ever had of Table Mountain is from this sunset cruise. The mountain glows in Golden Hour, and looks all
Experiencing beautiful Beaverlac for a few days is sure to have life looking a little brighter. This natural, indigenously South African spot in Porterville area
The Cederberg is an incredibly beautiful mountain range about two hours drive from Cape Town. Its raw, striking beauty has inspired awe in Capetonians for
Malva pudding is South Africa’s favourite dessert. It’s the perfect sweet follow-up to a great braai, and feels terrifically celebratory even just as a
In South Africa, braai is king. Whether you’re celebrating a great rugby match, revelling in the fact that it’s a beautiful Sunday, or just
South Africa has produced a number of mouth-watering desserts that the world should know about. A popular favourite, alongside the ever-excellent South African milk tart
About Wander Cape TOwn
This blog is a bit of a passion project about our home city! We’re twin sisters who love to travel and explore, and have found that our city, Cape Town, is one of the most naturally beautiful and exciting places in the world! And while that’s subjective, we decided it’s high time we start writing about it.
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.