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The city of Cape Town is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, so it’s of little surprise that it has been voted as one of the hottest destinations in 2014 by the US newspaper The New York Times and British newspaper, The Guardian. Selected as the World Design Capital for 2014, Cape Town has many international accolades to be proud of. Rich in history, spectacular natural scenery and a vibrant collection of entertainment venues and attractions, Cape Town has fast established itself as one of the best destinations to visit.
It’s Christmas in July Competition Time! We provide the car, De Hoop Nature Reserve provides a Two Night Stay for a family of 4 in one of their self-catering cottages and you get to have a winter break with your family. This prize is valid for 6 months. Booking subject to availbility. Prize cannot be claimed on long weekends, public holidays or during school holidays. Only accommodation is included. Competition runs from 30th June- 20 July 2017. Winner will be …
It’s only June and what a busy year it’s been so far. Between staff events, new team members, yoga and the introduction or nutritional meals for staff, we have been busy. Here’s a bit more on what’s on in the office. Star Dust Wow, how do we even begin telling you about the night at Star Dust? Around About Cars attended an evening at one of the most amazing theatrical restaurants in Cape Town called Star Dust. Trust us if you …
Since April, top travel influencers from around the globe have taken our cars #AroundaboutCT and South Africa and sharing snippets from their exciting road tripping journeys with us. Melvin and his family road trip around South Africa. Photo Credit: Melvin Boecher. Melvin and his family road trip around South Africa. Photo Credit: Melvin Boecher. Keith Jenkins, Co-Founder of the elite global blogger’s network, iAmbassador used one of our cars along with Nicholas Montemaggi, iAmbassador’s marketing manager and together they explore …
Cape Town is a stunning city full of incredible scenery, multicultural experiences and adventure at every turn and although the more upmarket touristy spots can be quite pricey there is plenty to do in and around Cape Town that won’t hurt your pocket. Here are some ways you can be a savvy traveller and see some amazing attractions and local favourites without spending a cent.
The Cape Town Cycle Tour is an internationally renowned bike race known for being the largest individually timed cycle race in the world. Every year it sees thousands of local and international participants flock to Cape Town to partake in this one of a kind race. This year the race will be taking place on the 12 March, 2017 and this year will also be the celebration of 40 years of The Cape Town Cycle Race.
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The Western Cape’s spectacular natural surroundings, majestic mountains, coursing rivers and sweeping valleys make it the perfect setting for a tranquil, rejuvenating camping getaway and fortunately, a whole host of spots exist just for this purpose. So whether you enjoy luxury glamping or prefer getting back to basics out in the wild there’s something for everyone. Beaverlac Situated up in the Cederberg, about two to three hours from Cape Town, is Beaverlac. A favourite spot for local families and all …
South Africa offers many great accommodation options for visitors- from hotels, to backpackers to camping and B&B’s but what about those in search of something a little different. Fancy sleeping in a treehouse, tenting in a teepee or even snoozing in a oxwagon? Here are a few ideas of quirky and fresh places to stay when visiting South Africa. In a vintage trailer on a rooftop The Grand Daddy Hotel in Cape Town is located in the heart of The …
The Western Cape is home to some of the best and most beautifully scenic hikes in the world but for those less experienced in the hiking world the task of choosing a suitable trail can be daunting. Luckily the Western Cape has a good selection of hikes with various intensity levels and you can start out with some of the well-known easier routes to get that hiking bucket list started.
With summer on the way, Cape Town comes alive with activities for locals and visitors of all ages including children. From the beaches and pottery cafes to gardens and mountains, the city unfolds with so many ways to enjoy the outdoors with kids. Take a car and go exploring today…
The Mother City is packed with things to do, we all know that...What you may not know is that is packed with things to do that won't break the bank! Check out Around About Cars Pick of free things to do in Cape Town:
Hit the N2, branch off on the R44, and 115km later you will find yourself in the coastal town called Hermanus. Hermanus is a beautiful coastal town, internationally known for the southern right whales that visit these coastal waters from June to early December. Fishing plays a huge part of the history at hermanus and continued to be of great economic importance until tourism became the new livelihood of the town. Hermanus has two harbours, the Old Harbour and New Harbour, where many fishing vessels that are still in operation can be seen when visiting these areas. Although tourism is the major source of income in this town these days, Hermanus still has a strong a fishing village feel to it.
What is this you may ask? It’s the ultimate horse racing event which is taken to another level. It’s the most celebrated outdoor social, fashion and sporting event of the year. It is themed each year and this year, for the 38th time, you can strut your stuff to the theme of “Made for the Mix”.
The Signal Hill is the perfect spot for all the lazy people, which doesn’t want to hike up to table mountain or lion’s head. From up there you got an amazing view over the whole city until table view and also table mountain. It’s perfect for a spontaneous sun downer after work, because you can drive up to the top with the car and don’t have to walk any meter. You can reach the signal hill in about 20 minutes from the city center, the only problem could be to find a parking spot because at sunset the signal hill is often crowded with tourists. If you need help in booking a car, do not hesitate to give us a call and we will give you our expert advise.
I would like to present to you the top ten beaches in and around Cape Town.
One of the most vistited Foodmarkets in Cape Town is a really nice possibility to taste all of the different meals of south Africa. You can find there everything from zebra-meal until nntil german-sausages. Also if the Foodmarket is really touristic, it’s nice to do a shopping tour at the Waterfrontmall and then make a break an taste some of the interesting things of the Market. The Foodmarket is located in one of the old an historical buildings of the harbour, the prices there are very different, you can eat there very cheap but also very expensive. It’s openend every day of the week from the morning until 19:00h.
At St. Nicholas’ Day blazed the Adderley Street in a lot of Christmas lights. Even when the search for snow is senseless the lights are making the desire for Christmas and at this time you can do a lot in Cape Town to begin the festive season. We have chosen some activities for you, which are perfect for this time. Hiring a car for your family in Cape Town is a good option if you want to travel around, attend events or visit famous places like Signal hill and Lion’s head in Cape Town.
In and around Cape Town it is possible to visit some really good steakhouses and we would like to present a selection of the best ones to you!
The “Two Oceans Aquarium” is located at the famous Waterfront of Cape Town. It’s a often chosen destination of families. There you get the chance to explore the water-fauna & -flora of south Africa.
Turning into mid-age and still as young as ever: 20 times we could celebrate our birthday since the company’s formation, but no symptom of old age! On the contrary – we keep updated with what’s going on in our modern world, offer most economic, environment-friendly compact cars, extended as to numerous demands our fleet by a range of motorbikes ever, and families with small children can be assured of the most secure and comfortable limousines equipped with certified baby-seats.
Muizenberg is a small city in the southeast of Cape Town and about half an hour away with the car. Muizenberg has, for south Africa typically, white sand beach, where most of the families and surfers are going at the weekend, and because of that the beach can be crowded at Saturdays and Sundays. The spot is very attractive for surfers, because if there are good conditions you can ride some nice waves. It’s mostly a spot for beginners because the waves are not so big, the bottom is sandy and you are able to stand in the water for like 50 meters. On the promenade are located many surf shops where you can, if you don’t have your own, rent a surfboard for like R70 for the whole day.
Table Mountain is the most famous emblem of Cape Town, and that with a good reason. It exists no other city in the world that got a breath-taking mountain in the neck like the Table Mountain, which lies directly on the sea. The best view on the mountain you got definitely from “Table View”, which is located about 15 km in the north of Cape Town and easy to reach with the car or by bus.
Aquila Game Reserve, is the closest and most famous Game Reserve to Cape Town, where the Big 5 can be experienced. The park is located about 2 1/2 hours from Cape Town near Touws River. The park offers various travel packages. The cheapest option is an afternoon safari for about 1200 Rand including lunch, whereas the most expensive option can cost up to 4000 Rand. (Overnight stay, breakfast, dinner, lunch, 2 games drives). However, all these prices vary depending on season.
The Kirstenbosch Garden is one of the most beautiful botanic gardens of the world. It’s located on the east side of the table mountain and it was founded in 1913. The idea of the garden is to preserve the unique flora of south Africa, what happens until today. There are shown native flowers like the proteas.
Cape Town offers a variety of hiking trails and climbing routes. Here you do not even have to travel far, because right on Table Mountain, Lions Head and Signal Hill are numerous hiking paths.Here is definitely something for everyone.
If you’ve always wanted to enjoy the freedom, wanted to have an adventure and wanted to see Cape Town from a totally new perspective, then paragliding is the thing to do. Cape Town is the ideal place to practice this adventure sport.
Upcoming Festivals taking place in Cape Town.
Cape Town is the ideal city for all sports enthusiasts and adrenaline junkies. Paragliding, shark cage diving and skydiving are just a few examples for what you can do in the Mother City. In the following article I introduce shark cage diving and give you all necessary information you need.
Stellenbosch is the center of one of the best wine regions of South Africa. The Wine Route takes you to the famous wines of this area.
Namibia possesses some of the most stunning landscapes in Africa, and a trip through the country is one of the great road adventures.
There are countless things to do in Cape Town, sights to admire and places to go. But are you sometimes too lazy to do research about where to go or what to do?
Cheetah Outreach is an animal sanctuary and home for endangered species. It focuses on the plight of the cheetah. Through donation and voluntary workers the whole is funded and supported to set a sign against the emergency.
Table Mountain National Park is a unique Western Cape Nature Reserve stretching from Signal Hill in the city to Cape Point.
There are several options for shopping in Cape Town but a very cool way to buy your articles is to go to one of the big shopping-malls. In this article I highlight two of the best shopping-malls in Cape Town, the "Canal Walk“ and the "Victoria Wharf“. You can buy nearly anything in these "castles“.
If you like relaxing on the beach and listening to the waves, having a drink or a snack in between, then you’re totally at the right place in Camps Bay! Here you can relieve pressure at the white, sandy beach on a beautiful palm lined promenade. Just sit down and enjoy the great sea air. You can of course also jump into the water but you have to be very brave for that, because it’s freezing! Who definitely wants to go into the water should not necessarily come here to the Atlantic Coast, but rather to the Indian Ocean towards Muizenberg. The water is much warmer over there!
What is that? This is a growing Open-Air Pop-Music festival. They show famous South African musicians but the music is not the only attraction. The festival is also famous for a variation of great food and wine stalls which all in all creates a great atmosphere.
You have only heard about the Big 5 of South Africa yet? At the same time, you can have seven of them and all in one spot! Just come to Around About Cars, hire a vehicle and drive around in Cape Town to see the most popular sights and attractions within the closest vicinity!
Soetwater Resort is situated between Kommetjie and Scarborough on Cape Town’s south peninsula. It's 45-60mins driving time in an Around About Cars Group Cape type of car from Cape Town CBD via the M3 and Ou Kaapse Weg.
The Table Mountain is a must-see in Cape Town. One can enjoy the view of the city in 360 degrees. If you like sport in nature you can walk to the top of the mountain. It will take you almost 2 hours. Or you can take the Cable Car which is really good also if you don’t want to sweat.
Lufthansa has just declared additional frequencies between Munich and Cape Town from five weekly flights to a daily non-stop schedule for the summer season ahead. This comes on the heels of a recent announcement by Qatar Airways of additional flights to Cape Town as of 1 October 2015.
ARE YOU BRAVE ENOUGH? Get an adrenaline rush at the SHARK CAGE DIVING!
The Park was proclaimed in 1983, with more additions made after that, adding in Wilderness National Lake Area, and lands between Rondevlei and Swartvlei Lake.
It’s the smallest National Park of South Africa’s 22 parks and it’s just outside the historic town of Swellendam, it lies at the foot of the majestic Langeberg Mountains and is bordered by the Breede River. The Park is home to over 200 Bontebok and many other animals including the Red Hartebees and Grey Rhebok.
This is the southernmost tip of Africa. It’s the official meeting place of the Atlantic ocean and Indian Oceans. The place of rugged beauty and natural heritage. Many national monuments are found in the area, mainly the Cape Agulhas Light House which has been in operation since 1849.
Winter days in Cape Town are not as bad as their reputations: No queues at the cable car, sunshine and mild temperatures, no wind blowing like the South Easter and no traffic. That means you can enjoy driving along the streets of the Western Cape even more.
Winter in Cape Town does not mean that there is nothing to do. It might be you have to do without long sunny beach days (although you might still find those beautiful calm afternoons in between) – but the Mother City does definitely not sleep.
MAKE LOVE! At the Freedom Festival South Africa! 4 International Bands, 10 Local Bands, 2 Venues, 1 Big Party. After being in Pretoria, the Freedom Festival SA comes to Cape Town on Monday, 27 April, 2015 at West Coast Ostrich Ranch, Cape Town and will offer you a cool mix of local bands and international bands on two stages. On the third stage you can enjoy Electronic Dance Music featuring two international DJs and a of course the best DJs from South Africa!
See what’s up in Cape Town and Surrounds after Easter and let the excitement continue! Enjoy the whole April with its warm and sunny weather.
Easter is the time of the year when chocolate bunny’s and pickled fish and hot cross buns dominate the stores and our shopping baskets. It’s a perfect time to jet off this awesome long weekend from the 3rd to the 6th April.
The 16th Cape Town Jazz Festival is in 4 days. Held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre on 27 & 28 March 2015.
Come and join the Two Oceans Marathon When it’s time for Easter, it’s also time for the Two Oceans Marathon! The world’s most beautiful marathon through Cape Peninsula takes place on 4 April 2015, the Saturday before Easter. The first race was held in 1970 and 26 runners participated there, not knowing that this marathon will be known as the world’s most beautiful marathon very soon. Since then, the race has become a national institution and over 30 000 athletes join it every year.
February-Cover-Photo-620x229Dress up for the fifth annual Cape Town Carnival On March 14th it’s time for Cape Town’s biggest street party again. The theme for Cape Town Carnival this year is ELEMENTAL! Celebrate Earth, Water, Fire and Air together with over 2 000 elaborately costumed dancers, musicians and performers. Choose your favourite element, get in your most spectacular costume and join the 1km long Fan Walk at the corner of Coburn and Somerset Roads in Green Point.
NEW ROUTE INFORMATION cycle route It’s been an extremely worrying and tense week for Cape Town. For the last four days our beautiful Southern Peninsula, that the iconic Cape Town Cycle Tour traditionally passes through, has been on fire. It’s been devastating.
February is always a busy time of the year with the opening of parliament, State of the nation Address and of course the much anticipated budget speech. This year however it is about to get a little busier with the Mining Indaba taking place in February as well.
The Cape Town Cycle Tour is the world’s largest individually timed cycling event. Starting on Sunday, 8 March 2015 there will be attending 35 000 cyclists from all over the world.
Design Indaba 2015: get inspired at the Expo, Conference & Festival Design Indaba brings the flow of creativity to our mother city! Cape Town becomes the hotspot of innovation, culture and creativity from February 20th until March 1st 2015. The big event will take place in the International Convention Centre and a few other small places and includes a conference, an expo, a music fair and a film festival.
If you visit Cape Town, you have to go to Cape Peninsula as well! Cape Peninsula with Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope at the southern end is must- see!
Moonstruck Summer Beach Concert @ Clifton Beach #4 Can you imagine sitting on a soft & sandy beach, having a light picnic dinner with your loved ones, watching the sun go down and the moon come up – all while listening to a local Band playing and singing at their best? ALL of those awesome things you can have in one experience at the annual Moonstruck Summer Beach Concert at Clifton Beach #4.
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, situated at the foot of giant Table Mountain, offers you a wide range of nature, plants, flower and animals.
Valentine’s Day is always big in Cape Town. If you still don’t know what to do or if you just need some ideas- we have the best hints for all the lovers and the singles!
The little town is in the heart of the Klein Karoo Region, it’s surrounded by the Swartberg Mountains and Outeniqua Mountains. It’s well known for Ostriches, its feathers, its meat and leather products. Its home to the very famous Cango Caves which is Africa’s largest show cave system.
Only a few more days to some special conferences and festivities happening in the Mother City. Getting around may be tough because you can expect road closures for the week leading up to the opening of parliament and if you are flying in to attend the Mining Indaba it may just be easier to hire a car from the Cape Town Airport. This is where we, at Around About Cars, come in.
Breaking away in Cape Town suits both the locals and the visitors. So much to see and do and so little time. With so many long weekends coming – you have every chance to get away. Rent a vehicle from Around About Cars for under R 1500 for 5days and cruise into the valleys or along the coast or which ever direction the wind may blow you. If you are too spoiled for choice let the consultants at Cape Town Breakaways assist you.
The Cape Minstrels (also known as the Kaapse Klopse) take over the streets of the Mother City each year for the annual and historic Second New Year Street Parade, a colourful procession also known as Tweede Nuwe Jaar. While the musical celebration usually takes place on 2 January, the event was postponed due to logistics and holy days and the march is now confirmed to happened on Saturday, 17 January 2015.
As good as a drive-in cinema: Hire a vehicle from around about cars and make your way to one of the open air movie locations in and around the Mother City!
Xmas is coming up – and once more, Cape Town is THE place to be! Next to all the popular restaurants with their delicious food and special cuisine for the festive season, next to the white sand beaches full of laughing kinds and competitive volleyball players, next to everybody in the busy streets and shops having fun there is something you only find in December – Christmas-markets!
The countdown to Christmas has begun! And this week marks the start of the 6-day Made in the Cape Festive Fair at Cavendish Square. Made in the Cape is a monthly market of carefully curated artists and creatives from around the Cape – and this edition is a bumper one, with more than the usual number of traders, over six days instead of the usual three.
The Eikedal Christmas Market will be held over two separate weekends (Sunday 7 & Sunday 14 December 2014) in Constantia. The market will feature the wares of a variety of local creatives, and will provide plenty of delicious food, as well as entertainment for kids.
Brace yourself for one of the most exciting design and food experiences of the year! Picture yourself sipping delicious wine while you browse beautiful local designer wares and artisan foods. Add to this live entertainment and a stellar setting at classy Wembley Square in Gardens.
Houtbay is a village 10kms from Cape town, so named because of the abundance of tall trees which were used for the ship building industry in the 18th century.
We have been to hundreds of Hotels around the world, but we never experienced anything like Tintswalo Atlantic. The 5-star Hotel in Houtbay at the bottom of Chapman’s Peak exceeds all expectations.
The Crypt Jazz Club This unique and special jazz club is located in Cape Town, in Wale Street right under the St. George’s Cathedral in its crypt. Five days in the week the people can come and enjoy live music and dinner. It is the perfect place for jazz lover, who will find first-class bands that change every evening.
Fly at a higher game It does not matter, which kind of sport you like. In Cape Town you can practice all of them and also in the different elements like water, air and earth. You will be able to do everything you wish for and especially the activities in the air are popular because everyone has the dream to fly. So here are some air activities.
ROCKING THE DAISIES 2-5 OCTOBER 2014 – the ultimate essential outdoor festival. Love the likes of MGMT, Rudimental, Cystal Fighters and The Presets.
The Hermanus Whale Festival is celebrating its 23rd year as the only enviro-arts festival in South Africa, “putting the creatures of the deep on stage and under the spotlight alongside top performers and musicians from 3 October to 6 October”
The Heritage Day, also called National Braai Day, is a national public holiday and conduces to remember the own roots and where you come from. This is celebrated by friends and families with a typical South African Braai. On a public holiday it is always good to go outside and to do something. Here are some activities and events that you should not miss on Heritage Day.
Join us for a casual late afternoon of burgers and blends with our red winemaker, Johan Jordaan. Let us share some of our blending secrets with you and taste the recently launched Spier Signature blends. Be a winemaker for the afternoon and try your hand at blending your own Spier Creative Block 3.
I found my favorite place at the Cape of Good Hope by absolute accident. Of course you can only visit a place like this, when you hire a car from Aroundaboutcars. I am not saying this because I am the owner of Aroundaboutcars and we offer the best rates and cars in the country but because of the fact that there is no public transport for travelling to the Cape. An organized tour costs twice as much as a hire car for one day and a tour would never drive to my favorite place.
This is for the whole family! The Cape Fold Belt Mountains rise behind the village towards the sky, the Botrivier and Kleinrivier lagoons run majestically alongside the city and cliffs that are shrouded in fog fall down to the shimmering Atlantic. The coast of Hermanus seems like a susurration of nature.
Driving through the quaint and picturesque town of Simon’s Town, we had to stop at The Sweetest Thing coffee and patisserie shop for the most mind blowing cakes/tarts and coffee. Satisfying our sugar rush we headed to the Grosvenor House perched high above the working naval harbor. Settling quickly into our gorgeous room with sweeping views over False Bay, we eagerly changed and headed out to a hiking trail close by, one of hundreds laid out by Sanparks throughout the Western Cape, lying above the penguin paradise at Boulders beach.
Longstreet is well known to be the more energetic street of Cape Town. If you don’t visit Longstreet, you don’t visit the mother city. It’s filled with many shops, a lot of restaurants, many pubs, cafe, bookshops and so on. The vibe is always nice in Long Street. During the day, you can do shopping at the African stores to bring souvenirs from South Africa. You can also take a seat in of the many restaurants for lunch time. You have the choice between different types. The nightlife is also crazy in Longstreet. The vibe is fantastic during the weekends.
I’m not used to waking up early morning. But this time it was worth it. I woke up at 5am to do one of the best farm game drives at Fairy Glen. So I went with the student from Good Hope Study. We took the bus at 5.45am. The direction from the city to Fairy Glen was really nice. I arrived at 9am.
Hey young travelers! As a young traveler in Cape Town, let me give you some pieces of advice to spend your money reasonably.
Hi everyone, as a sport accustomed, my friends and I tried the hike to Devil’s Peak. So we were 4 to go there. We started at 11am. The footpath was quite nice at the beginning but after 5 minutes of walking we felt the difficulty to hike until the top.
Hi every holiday maker! This article will show you where to go during your holidays in Cape Town. So if you are intending to visit Cape Town, here are some places you should go.
This game may be one of the most important for both teams and a prestigious one. Until now they played good games on the pitch. Both are strong, smart, and fast
Yours Truly is typical of Kloof Street, a road famed for its trendy bars and eating-places. The young hipster crowds look good, and they know it. The same can be said for the bars, which combine stylish décor and gourmet food with relatively high prices and small portions. Having said that no one’s making you drink the tasty craft beers for 38 rand each or eat the delicious little pizzas for 70. Just order Carling Black Label and don’t eat anything; you’ll be drunk soon enough!
CAPE TOWN BREW – BEER TASTING TOUR Beer is the oldest alcoholic drink known to man. We know from archaeological evidence and even ancient recipes that we were enjoying beer as far back as 5000 BC in Mesopotamia, today’s Iraq. Some historians even think that the mysterious “manna” that God provided for the Israelites during their travels in the desert, was, in fact, something to do with beer.
I consider myself something of a breakfast enthusiast; growing up in England it’s hard not to be. I was relieved to discover that the South Africans take it just as seriously, although they incorporate an element of choice that the English lack!
There aren’t many cities in the world where you can drive a quarter of an hour out of town and be lost in dense woodland, your ears filled with the rushing of streams and birdsong. What’s more there aren’t many places where you could do that for free. Cape Town, of course, is one of those places.
From modest beginnings in 1939 as a tea room attached to the train station, through many years of modest success as a restaurant and bar, The Brass Bell has emerged today as a true leviathan of eating and drinking in picturesque Kalk Bay, a half hour drive south of Cape Town. The restaurant boasts no less than seven distinct areas to eat or drink, and four kitchens to serve the maximum capacity of nearly a thousand guests.
Two decades ago South African’s were free to cast their vote for the first time. The 27th of April 1994 was a momentous occasion in a hard-won journey to equal rights for all South Africans and marked the birth of our new democracy.
Cape Town received a World Design Distinction award which recognizes the city for its design tool for social, cultural, and economic development. This year the Mother City will host more than 460 designs aimed at transforming the city. The central theme behind the city’s bid is ‘Live Design. Transform Life’. It focuses on social transformation with design inspired events and projects. There are 4 other themes that have been developed.
Live Design. Transform Life – Lebe Design. Verändere Leben“ mit diesem Motto präsentiert sich Kapstadt dieses Jahr im Rahmen der internationalen Design- Auszeichnung Südafrikanern und Touristen aus aller Welt.
My Danish friend, Sanne, slept over and our morning started at 06:30. We enjoyed a simple breakfast of bananas and yoghurt before cycling to the city from Tamboerskloof, where nearly 35 000 people gathered for the Cape Argus. It was incredibly well organised – all the cyclists were directed into different loading bays – I imagine that that is what gigantic herds of cows feel like at the instruction of their shepherds… There were public bathrooms everywhere and even a coffee trailer – despite there being so many people present, the queues were not too bad.
This is the perfect time of the year to host a product launch, networking with clients, team building, entertaining your clients, birthday party, anniversary, baby shower or any excuse to have a winter party.
While all the talk around Cape Town this week is rightly about the Cape Argus Cycle Tour, there is one thing you may forget if you’re making the trip from outside the city to pedal your way to glory. How are you going to get to the starting line? If you’re flying in, you may want to take advantage of Around About Car’s reliable and affordable car hire from Cape Town International. This will give you the chance to experience more than just the burn of those lactic acids as you can fill in those hours before and after the race with all the site-seeing the Mother City has to offer.
Last weekend I visited Le Bonheur Crocodile farm like a real “Crocodile Dundee”.