Introducing the Suzuki Ertiga- fit for SEVEN people.

In Articles, Latest News by Bianca MacDonald

Out with the Old and in with the New. Well not exactly new but Bigger, Badder and Better. This month we welcome the Suzuki Ertiga to our fleet as we slowly do away with the manual Toyota Avanza. Although, don’t be disheartened as we still have the automatic Toyota Avanza for all the loyal folk. As for the Suzuki Ertiga, we must warn you that there are a few Cons but the list of Pros will make you think otherwise. …

The Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon

In Articles, Latest News by Bianca MacDonald

The Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon has a series of races that takes place over 2 days in Cape Town. The Two Oceans Marathon consisted only of the ultra-marathon when it was first run in 1970 and saw only 26 runners at the starting line. Since then, the 21 kilometer half-marathon has been introduced and has significantly outranked the ultra-marathon in popularity, attracting thousands of runners from all over South Africa and the world every year. The event now attracts …

Looking for Cape Town car rental over Christmas and New Years?

In Articles, Car Hire Tips, Latest News by Swarm Digital

Around About Cars is the only car hire company that can help you with a Cape Town car rental offer over Christmas and New Year. Offering incredible rates for Cape Town car rental and throughout South Africa for over 20 years, Around About Cars has strived to be your number one choice when the time calls to rent a car in Cape and South Africa. Offering you brilliant value for money deals and reliable, personalised service, you too can enjoy the perks of a …

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Top new Cape Town food spots to try before summer.

In Articles by Kirstysian mcshane

Winter has seen a few restaurant closures in the Mother City, but unsurprisingly, to the delight of local and foreign foodies, it has also seen a flurry of new restaurants opening up just in time for spring and more importantly, summer! Here are some of the top Cape Town spots to try before summer well and truly hits: 1. SeaBreeze Fish & Shell Cape Town has always been a bit “location deprived” when it comes to seafood-orientated restaurants outside of …

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Cheap and Free Things to do in Port Elizabeth.

In Articles by Kirstysian mcshane

Positioned at the Eastern tip of the Garden Route, Port Elizabeth is the perfect start to the ultimate South African road trip, but don’t rush though this underrated corner of South Africa. Stay a while in the ‘Friendly City’ and experience the adventure and family friendly fun available at every turn. Unspoiled beaches, warm Indian Ocean and famously diverse landscapes, PE is a nature lovers dream, mix in a fantastic city vibe and some great people and you have the …

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What to do in Durban this Winter.

In Articles by Kirstysian mcshane

Durban winters can hardly be called winter but the drop in temperature does allow for some different activities to be enjoyed. There’s no reason to be stuck inside so get out there and explore the wonderful city that is Durban. Big Swing at Moses Mabhida Stadium This one’s for all you daredevils out there- the Big Rush Urban Adrenaline at the Moses Mabhida Stadium. Officially the tallest swing in the world since 2011, the Big Swing will have you falling 80m into …