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OUR EXPERT TIPS, IDEAS & INSIDER INFO FOR SOUTH AFRICA

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3 Dec 2018
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OUR EXPERT TIPS, IDEAS & INSIDER INFO FOR SOUTH AFRICA

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Table Mountain tops everyone’s list, but often the cloud comes down like a table cloth and the cable car doesn’t operate, so if the weather looks good, pre-purchase your tickets and get up there early to avoid the crowds. The stunning view from the top lives up to the hype!

Stay on the waterfront in Cape Town, this is the safest and most scenic spot, and only a short walk to restaurants and shops

The food and bar scene in Cape Town is extraordinary – often referred to as the Melbourne of Africa

Cape Town beaches are incredible, and a great way to relax after a safari

Enjoy a sundowner (sunset drink) at one of the lovely beach bars, ask your hotel concierge for the latest, trendiest spots

Self-confessed foodies must visit the Old Biscuit Mill with its fashionable boutiques, food markets & restaurants (the food is amazing!) in a unique industrial style setting

The award winning Neighbourgoods Market features over 100 specialty traders - think local farmers, fine foods, organic produce, artisan producers and celebrated local chefs

South Africa is a great self-drive option, especially the winelands and garden route

If you’re worried about Malaria, there are a lots of ‘malaria free’ zones in South Africa, so don’t let it put you off

Cape Town is surrounded by incredible hiking spots, our team can share details about the local hiking trails

The popular Robben Island tour books out quickly, so be sure to book in advance

Don’t forget to apply for your visa at least a few months prior to travel

 

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