PLANNING A TRIP TO CAPE TOWN?


Cape Town's reputation as one of the most beautiful and popular destinations in the world is legendary. But don't take our word for it. Experience the Mother City by self-selecting virtual tours of interest to you. No artificial hype. No frothy pink postcard sunsets.


You get to explore the unique features of accommodation, attraction, restaurant, dining, shopping and venue options as if you were already here. Each page listing has its own 360 degree virtual tour and a variety of useful, easy to use features.



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Dune Ridge Beach Cottage

Dune Ridge Beach Cottage


Dunes Ridge is the ultimate romantic beach cottage for two. It has uninterrupted sea views and is inspired by the fisherman cottage style for which Paternoster is well known, but with a contemporary stone blend. The open plan, spacious interior is light and luxurious. The lights and geysers are solar powered. There's a comfortable, cosy seating area and a well-equipped kitchenette, which includes a stylish espresso machine. The bed is King size and furbished with Egyptian cotton linen...


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Under Oaks

Under Oaks


Part of the Paarl wine route, Under Oaks Farm is situated amid vineyards on a working wine farm with magnificent Boland mountain views. Using the premium grapes from each vintage, the farm produces boutique style red and white varietals in small quantities. Wine tastings are on Tuesdays from 12:00 until 16:00 and Wednesdays to Sundays from 11:00 until 16:00. Under Oaks offers eight spacious rooms or vineyard suites with king beds and en suite bathrooms...


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Chateau Neuf du Cap

Chateau Neuf du Cap


This luxury apartment is conveniently situated behind Table Mountain on the slopes of Hout Bay Valley. Part of a classical Provence-style home, it has two spacious bedrooms and a sofa bed (comfortably sleeps six), a well-equipped French-style kitchen, private garden, swimming pool, and spectacular mountain and ocean views. Amenities include linens, beach towels, washing machine, dishwasher, satellite TV and DVD player, and a barbecue (braai). Hout Bay has a lovely swimming beach...


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Prins & Prins Diamond Museum

Prins & Prins Diamonds


Prins & Prins Diamonds is a family-owned, Cape Town based manufacturing jeweller located in Huguenot House, a historical, authentically restored 18th century early Cape (Georgian) home. The house contains a showroom, workshop, and Museum of Gems and Jewellery. The latter is located in the vintage wine cellar. Step inside Prins & Prins to find original 18th century restored artworks, original wooden ceilings and floors, and of course showcases of exquisitely crafted jewellery made on site...


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Die Afrikaanse Taalmonument

Die Afrikaanse Taalmonument


"Taal" in the Afrikaans language (Dutch origin) means language. Fittingly, The Taalmonument just outside Paarl, set against the mountains in Cape winelands country, is a fascinating step back into the past. It's a must for linguiphiles. The Afrikaans language monument acknowledges the influence of languages such as Dutch, Malay, Portuguese, French, German, Khoi and African languages on the development of Afrikaans. The visitor's centre hosts an informative historical exhibition...


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Die Afrikaanse Taalmuseum

Die Afrikaanse Taalmuseum


The Taalmuseum traces the variety of influences that contributed to the development of the Afrikaans. The museum's interactive exhibitions provide a hands-on experience of Afrikaans' history, dialects, people and peculiarities. Afrikaans is the mother tongue of more than 6 million South Africans, including 55 % of people in the Western Cape. See "From Rieldans to Rap, tracing the Afrikaans language through its song," to the printing press used to print the first Afrikaans newspaper to Arabic Afrikaans...


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