The iconic Cape Town Cycle Tour took place on the 6th of March and 35 000 cyclist endured the 109km race. We are proud to say that Club Travel had 15 cyclist participate in the tour. Our team comprised of staff, partners, clients and friends of Club Travel.
South Africans have had a love affair with Durban for some time already and it seems the rest of world is catching on quickly. Last year eThekwini was voted #7 on The New York Times’ 52 places to go in 2015 and there are countless reasons to justify our obsession with Durban. Above all we’re in love with the Afro-Oriental, cosmopolitan feel the city offers. We’ve compiled a city style-guide with 5 of the best spots Durban has to offer and the sunnies to wear while you’re there.
Don’t be distorted, we’ve got your December holiday sorted!
Without doubt, South Africa completely embodies the term ‘Rainbow Nation’ and if you’re into sun-drenched vineyards, far-reaching coastlines, abundant wildlife then this is your local paradise.
WHAT TO DO THIS DECEMBER?
There are a vast range of activities and things to do this festive season.
The ‘Mother City’ aka. Cape Town makes for an awesome base with the likes of Table Mountain and the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront as well as a fantastic choice of bars, shops and restaurants all within walking distance of each other. Stand on the continent’s tip at Cape Point, a World Heritage Site, with buck, baboons and zebra, ending in sheer cliffs towering 200m above sea level. Take a short ferry trip from Cape Town to Robben Island or take the cable car up Table Mountain, our famous flat-topped mountain is one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature.
It’s very easy to be despondent with the continued fall of the Rand against the US Dollar, British Pound and the Euro and generally get sucked into the negative sentiment of a downward spiralling economy in relation to the rest of the world and the myriad pitfalls of dual citizenship and visas.
From an outbound travel industry perspective it can be viewed as a disaster, but the reality is somewhat different and you, the traveller, MUST be made aware of the following:
Think of a holiday in Mauritius and you’ll find your mind instantly wandering to long, white sandy beaches and days spent lazing away sunbathing in one of the many resorts dotted throughout the island. Little do many visitors to this gem of an island in the Indian Ocean know that there are a myriad of activities to partake in – ranging from the active to the leisurely.