Adventures

surfer walking to the water on Muizenberg Beach

Surf lessons in Cape Town | Surfing Heritage, Surf Schools & Tips 

Cape Town has a proud surfing heritage and is an iconic place to learn to surf with a variety of options. The coastline offers you access to a consistent supply of waves if you know where to look. As a beginner, the protected bays of Big Bay, Muizenberg Beach, and Strand offer sand bottom breaks …

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aerial shot of suikerbossie guest farm

Camping at Suikerbossie Guest Farm in the Cederberg

Suikerbossie is a stunning working farm in the Cederberg, with some of the most beautiful private campsites I’ve experienced! They have several camping grounds for 2 – 17 people, all sitting right on the river, most with private entrances to the water’s edge. We had such a beautiful weekend here, relaxing by the river, birdwatching, …

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Exploring Tokai’s lovely historic and natural spaces

Situated right at the foot of the Constantiaberg Mountain, Tokai is a large (and very green) residential area in Cape Town’s Southern Suburbs. It is incredibly popular among cyclists, hikers, horse riders, and nature lovers for a wide range of reasons. This part of Cape Town has a rich history and large green spaces, which …

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Visiting the African Penguins at Boulders Beach, Cape Town

On a small sheltered part of the Cape Peninsula coastline, surrounded on three sides by human development, lies one of Cape Town’s most popular tourist attractions: Boulders Beach. Thousands of people visit this tiny corner of the Table Mountain National Park in Simon’s Town to see the resident breeding colony of African penguins. As one …

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