cape town, covered
This incredibly unique city skillfully blends together a relaxed beach town, a cosmopolitan vibe and an abundance of natural beauty. Cape Town is an alluring, present-day hotspot that has something special for every type of traveler—evident in the number of tourists wandering the city year-round. Wake up with a coastal ride along Chapman’s Peak all the way to Boulders Beach where you can swoon over adorable penguins. Lunch in a Stellenbosch vineyard before going on your wine tasting way. And after you’ve sipped on a gin & tonic overlooking the sunset, indulge in one of the city’s many gastronomic experiences.
The Silo, The Twelve Apostles, Ellerman House, Cape Grace, Pod Hotel
Lanzerac (Stellenbosch), Delaire Graff (Stellenbosch), La Residence (Franschoek)
La Mouette, Kloof Street House, The Stack, Fyn, Codfather, Beluga, The Foodbarn, The Botanical Bar, The Pot Luck Club, La Colombe, Test Kitchen
Simon’s Town (where the penguins of Boulders Beach are located, it’s quite a drive from CT, so it’s nice to have lunch while you’re here)
Lighthouse Cafe, Saveur, Bertha’s
Kanonkop, Lanzerac, DeMeye, Spier, Ruper & Rothschild
Food, drinks, and shops along the city’s waterfront.
The colorful Muslim quarter.
Scenic drive along the coast.
Where the penguins live.
Cape of Good Hope
One of the most southern tips of Africa—was once falsely thought to be the most southern. Home to a nature reserve.
Views of the city.
Even better views of the city, from a much higher point.