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A  Sam Ramsey and 1 other answered · July 01, 2015

South Africa: Tips for a first time visit to South Africa?

For Cape Town​ the first thing I would do would be to see Robben Island​ where Nelson Mandela was held. It’s an amazing part of South African history. If you’re interested in South African history I would also try to see the District... See More

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A  Collette Wasielewski and 6 others answered · June 04, 2015

Cape Town: What is your favorite restaurant in Cape Town?

The Test Kitchen​ (Woodstock) and the Le Quartier Français Restaurant​ (Franschoek) are both amazing but have long waiting lists. El Burro​ in Green Point has good but not hot Mexican and a nice atmosphere. My friends... See More

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A  Jan Jaap Ensing and 1 other answered · April 17, 2015

South Africa: Where should I travel in Southern Africa beyond South Africa?

Two weeks only... That's a bit short! I'll focus on South Africa mostly as I have been there... Anyway, here we go.  So, you want to go to Okavango Delta. Since that is on top of your list, we'll do that last.  Fly out to Cape Town​.... See More

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A  Konrad Waliszewski and 42 others answered · November 12, 2014

What is your best travel selfie?

My favorite was probably at the top of Lion's Head​, overlooking Cape Town, South Africa and Robben Island (Nelson Mandel's island prison). More pics and thoughts from this trip are in my blog... See More

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A  Emily Meets World and 1 other answered · September 28, 2014

South Africa: What are the must-see places in South Africa ?

Hi Cindy! I would say my two favourite places in SA are Cape Town​ and Kruger National Park​. Your cheapest option to see both of these and more in 3 weeks would be to fly into Johannesburg​ and either hire a... See More

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A  Lee Doman and 9 others answered · September 08, 2014

Cape Town: How to spent 2.5 days if first time in Cape Town

2.5 Days are really not enough, there's so much to do & see. Accommodation: Not sure what your budget is for accommodation but have a look at: ​ you can search & filter to your accommodation needs. (Tip: if... See More

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A  Trudy Green and 4 others answered · August 06, 2014

Cape Town: Best spots for wine tasting in Cape Town?

I didn't go to a wine tasting. Went on Tour bus one day then had private driver /tour the second day.   You will need to make a reservation for the ferry to Robben Island​.  It only goes out a couple of times a day and they  get full.  Worth... See More

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A  Kevin Swanepoel and 4 others answered · September 18, 2013

Cape Town: Outdoorsy non-safari activities to do in Cape Town?

For me Cape Town has some of the best wine tours in the world, if you are as passionate as I am about wine... Plan a tour, do tastings and be sure to include a lunch. If you are adventurous ... Do a Great White shark dive, there are a number... See More

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