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Things to do in South Africa

  • Cape Point

    An hour’s drive from Cape Town, the Point is the most breathtaking spot at the Cape Point Reserve (a place of buckling, fynbos-covered hills, troop... More
  • Cartan Tours

    The South African tour company arranges optional safari extensions to Kruger National Park. More
  • Caveau Wine Bar & Deli

    Caveau’s wine list is an enjoyable departure from the red, white, and sparkling norm; it’s divided into Easy Drinkers (try the superb Pierre Jourda... More
  • Chocolats Marionettes

    Alongside the Toblerone and Belgian Cote d’Or treats at this duty-free emporium, you’ll find the justifiably famous Chocolats Marionettes—handmade ... More
  • Circa on Jellicoe

    The gallery, known for contemporary South African art, is surrounded by 400 thirty-foot-tall variegated aluminum "fins" that reference a protective... More
  • City Art Walk

    Many of Cape Town’s best contemporary galleries are in easy walking distance of one another in the city center. Begin at the AVA Gallery, a nonprof... More
  • Clementina Ceramics

    Housed inside the Old Biscuit Mill, a red brick building dating from the 19th century, this ceramics shop is the showroom of Clementina van der Wal... More
  • Clementina Ceramics

  • Clifton Beaches

    What to Expect: The four small white-sand beaches that face the Atlantic Ocean on the west side of town are often called the South Beach of South A... More
  • Crisp Fine Produce

  • David Krut Art Resource

  • Day Trip Through the Cape Winelands

    Many of the Cape’s verdant winelands date back to the late 1700s, when Dutch settlers tasked escaping French Huguenots with making wine to supply p... More
  • Delaire Graff Estate

    The property’s contemporary- art collection is a carefully edited selection of some of South Africa’s finest working artists. Take an extravagant w... More
  • Destination Southern Africa

    The tour operator runs 5- to 30-night trips from the opening of the 2010 FIFA World Cup to the final rounds. More
  • District Six Museum

    The area known simply as District Six was a vibrant, multiracial, working-class neighborhood on the city’s eastern fringe until 1966, when the apar... More
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