Posts Tagged ‘cape’

Game on in South Africa

Game on in South Africa

Running along South Africa’s south-eastern coast, the Garden Route is as green and beautiful as it sounds. But this is no manicured landscape: the scenery is, in contrast to the dry savanna inland, lush and diverse, with lakes and lagoons, rich vegetation and forests, sandy coves and rocky headlands, mountains and vineyards. (more…)

Reasons to visit Cape Town this winter

Reasons to visit Cape Town this winter

For a sunny city break in the middle of the British winter, there’s no shortage of options: Rio, Buenos Aires, LA, Melbourne. But Cape Town has one big advantage: no jetlag. It’s a 12-hour-flight but it’s in the same time zone; the food and, of course, the wine is fabulous; and it has most breathtaking scenery, from the beaches and coastline of the western seaboard to the views from the top of Table Mountain and the Cederberg Mountains. (more…)

2010 World Cup kicks off in Cape Town

2010 World Cup kicks off in Cape Town

For the next 30 days South Africa will be the focus of attention for the globe’s football fans as it hosts the 2010 Fifa World Cup. More than 370,000 foreign visitors are expected to arrive to watch the sporting spectacular which begins in Cape Town today. (more…)

The hardest trip to pack for

The hardest trip to pack for

If you’re having trouble knowing what to pack for your holiday this summer, chances are you’re not in nearly as much difficulty as those heading out on the new Bridge & Wickers White Desert White Lion tour. (more…)

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