Zeitz Foundation’s upcoming Museum of Contemporary Art Africa will be located in the breathtaking Zeitz MOCAA Pavilion in the Waterfront, expected to span over 9 floors and 65,000 square feet.
Fast becoming one of Cape Town’s trendiest nights out in celebration of art and fundraising benefit for children’s literacy programs, the Ellerman ArtAngels features South Africa’s hottest artists and sculptors.
One of the great botanical gardens of the world, Kirstenbosch is a fun visit for families exploring the parks and sculptures in lovely Constantia.
The Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve is a scenic visit with oceanview hikes, zebras, penguins and in season some of the best Whale Watching and Dolphin sightings. Great fun with kids.
UNESCO World Heritage Site. The apartheid era’s maximum-security prison tells the tales of some of South Africa’s most prominent political prisoners and their struggle.
Long before the arrival of the European seafarers, Table Mountain was known as ‘Sea Mountain’ by the Khoikhoi bushmen. The iconic flat-topped mountain is a terrific excursion to enjoy stunning scenery of city and ocean.
Cape Town’s first farm, founded 1682 is one of the most attractive destinations in the winelands with vineyards, award-winning restaurants, best golfing and outstanding artworks in an elegant setting.
The Chapman’s Peak scenic drive winds along a 5 and a half mile route from Hout Bay to Noordhoek, acclaimed to be one of the world’s most beautiful drives.
The famous Everard Read is Africa’s oldest commercial art gallery, originally founded in Johannesburg over 100 years ago. The Cape Town Gallery is an established setting for South Africa’s finest modern and contemporary artists.
One of the great private collections of art in South Africa exploring the social and cultural history from the mid-nineteenth century to present-day. Private to guests of The Ellerman House in Cape Town.
Browse our handpicked listing of South Africa’s most reputable designers of Diamond and Tanzanite jewelry and where you can learn more about the purchase of these unique African treasures.
Cape Town’s working harbor and shipping port with the most popular malls and various entertainment venues, the Waterfront is a bustling destination for touristy-things and shopping.
Build up an appetite after a morning out in the Cape of Good Hope and head out to the Harbour House set on a cliff, overlooking the Atlantic in one of Africa’s southernmost points. Fantastic seafood platters with a Cape Malay spin.
A true local neighborhood spot with gems such as The Pot Luck Club and The Test Kitchen for a trendy night out in Cape Town. Popular weekend market with craft beer and organic farm cuisine.
Triple winner Restaurant of the Year and on the list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants, this little joint in the upcoming Woodstock neighborhood is one of the hottest tables in Cape Town.
Housed in the original 1682 stables of the Company Gardens this contemporary Italian restaurant is not to be missed. Chef Nava recently won the World Pasta Championships in his home city of Parma amongst the globe’s high-level names in modern Italian cooking.
After working in 3-star Michelin spots in Paris, Chef Franck Dangereux moved to Cape Town, brought La Colombe to global fame, then stole away to a sleepy village en route to scenic Cape Point where he set up his lovely country style restaurant and deli with fusion Cape-French cooking.