• 77 Loader Street - living room
  • 39 Dixon Street - dining area
  • De Waterkant Village
  • De Waterkant Village
  • De Waterkant Village

Places to see

With so many sites to browse we've saved you time by putting together our own personal recommendations covering travel guides, things to do, eat/drink/dance, further-a-field and recommended accommodation.

Whatever and where-ever you end up we hope you have a great trip!

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Forgetting the symbolism and reasoning for this concrete edifice, that proudly looks down on the town of Paarl, this is an amazing piece of architecture. Definitely worth a small detour if traveling this way it feels like some 1970's futuristic set from The Planet of the Apes.

Afrikaans Language Monument


A park and heritage site located in central Cape Town that was originally created in the 1650s by the region's first European settlers and provided fertile ground to grow fresh produce to replenish ships rounding the Cape. If you are exploring the city this is a great retreat from the bustle plus check out the same named restaurant.

19 Queen Victoria Street
Cape Town CBD
Daily 07.30am - 8.30pm in summer
Daily 07.00am - 9.00pm in winter

Company Gardens


Tucked between Rhodes Memorial and UCT you can drive past daily and never realise this was the site of the original city zoo that shut it's cages in 1975. Now overgrown you can simply walk through the old dried up crocodile canals and the giant Lion enclosure.

Campus Exit Road
Residence Road towards Rhodes Drive

Old Cape Town Zoo
"Fantastic!! We loved it! Thanks for everything."
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De Waterkant Village - village area
40 Napier Street & reception