The Inside Guide has just published an article highlighting the 13 best beaches in Cape Town for 2018 with a warning about security in its first paragraph, as much a sign of the times as it is an appropriate time for the article that heralds the start of those summer days.
Apart from the sobering reference to security, we certainly could not agree more with their choices with Llandudno, Clifton and Boulders taking the top three spots. Personally, I am happy to choose my spot in the sun on #12 Fish Hoek where I grew up and where the water is warmer and there is always space enough for some privacy as opposed to some of the others that get far too crowded and a good record of security.
Take a look and see what your favourite will be this summer!
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Africa’s biggest kite festival is proudly hosted by Cape Mental Health.
All profits go towards helping Cape Mental Health provide vital services to adults and children in resource-poor communities.
Watch amazing professional kiting displays – including giant inflatables, stunt kites and kite fighting – in the main arena.
Plus competitions, kite-making workshops, stalls and lots to eat and drink. Full programme.
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Immerse yourself in the Cape’s wondrous beauty.
As urbanised as our species has become, and as much joy as we get from our devices, we have always felt innately drawn to the great outdoors. It’s where we started, where we’ve spent the majority of our history – and it’s the only place where deep, soul-level relaxation takes place.
The human brain is wired to be outside, and though scientific research supports the notion that being in nature is good for our psychological health, we don’t need the data to know that being outside feels great.
Boasting a diverse topography and natural beauty that is the envy of the world, the Cape is bursting with ways to experience the great outdoors. Here are some of the best outdoor activities in Cape Town.
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Although the Cape is rich in natural beauty, tourists and locals alike are urged to take necessary precautions when exploring secluded areas, as crimes and accidents do happen.
This post is sponsored by Chas Everitt Cape Town South