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Nelson Mandela Square

Nelson Mandela Square is surrounded by world-class hotels and restaurants. The popular Sandton City Shopping Centre is adjacent to Mandela Square. The Square made headlines when, commemorating South Africa’s first decade of democracy, a specially donated six-metre bronze statue of Nelson Mandela had been unveiled, and the square aptly renamed Nelson Mandela Square at Sandton […]

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Donkin Lighthouse

The paved walkways on The Donkin are flanked by palm trees, the ground is blanketed in contemporary mosaic art, there are sculptures (including an extensive one that honours the late Nelson Mandela), and a number of benches scattered around the lighthouse. The Donkin Lighthouse, pyramid and art pieces are all part of the much larger Donkin […]

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Long Street

During the day the street is filled with people visiting the interesting shops and café that line the street, and when the sun drops behind the mountain the activity intensifies around the street’s many restaurants, bars, and clubs. Long Street is a major part of the Cape Town’s street culture.

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McArthur Pool & Leisure Centre

McArthur Pool and Leisure Centre, also known as McArthur Baths, offers outdoor swimming pools with slides at kiddies pools with an ocean view. When you visiting Port Elizabeth in the Summer it is a MUST GO!

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Lion’s Head

At 669 meters above sea level, its peak offers panoramic views of the city, Table Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, making it a wildly popular destination for hiking enthusiasts. On a clear day, you’ll see picture-perfect views of Table Mountain, Camps Bay, The 12 Apostles Mountain Range, Camps Bay and Clifton beaches, Signal Hill, Robben […]

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V&A Waterfront

While it is still technically a working harbour – you’ll no doubt catch a glimpse of fishing boats and container ships – the V&A Waterfront is more frequently thought of as a shopping destination. The majority of the restaurants at the V&A Waterfront have excellent views of the harbour, and those that don’t – such […]

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Kloof Nek

Kloof Nek is the easiest way out of the city, over Table Mountain, to the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean, particularly during peak hour, when the route via Sea Point becomes rather congested. The Pipe Track starts up here at Kloof Nek. This hike is popular, possibly because it’s one of the easiest walks on Table Mountain […]

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Oystercatcher’s Paternoster

While in Paternoster be sure to experience local lobster favourites at Gaaitjie Restaurant, Voorstrandt, or The Square Spoon. Don’t forget to check out an art gallery, such as Stone Fish Studio and Gallery.

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Stompneusbaai

Stompneusbaai, named after the type of fish abundant in these waters is a little bay between Shelley Point and St Helena Bay. Not only is this a fantastic fishing spot but there is also an abundance of wildlife to see, a great place to bird watch as well as a variety of other activities such as surfing, kayaking, […]

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Kwaaiwater

With hills of shells and beautiful rocks, you can take the family shell hunting and from the rocks, you have a wonderful fishing spot. Pack a picnic lunch and a few drinks and go enjoy this gorgeous scene.

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