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West Coast National Park

The West Coast National Park was first established in 1973, when the lagoon was proclaimed a marine reserve. In 1988 Langebaan was declared a RAMSAR site dedicated to wetlands preservation. The park today not only incorporates conservation efforts of the lagoon and wetlands, but also the islands in Saldhana Bay, as well as contractual land along...
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Constantia Vineyards

Groot Constantia

GROOT CONSTANTIA In 1685 the commissioner of the VOC granted 763 hectares of land for Simon van der Stel the last commander and first governor for the Cape. The name of Constantia could have derived from the name of the official’s daughter who initially granted the rights and also means Constancy. Simon Van der Stel built...
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Stellenbosch - Town of Oaks

Stellenbosch Town of Oaks

Three weeks after the arrival of Simon van der Stel in 1679 to the Cape, the newly appointed commander and later governor of the Cape undertook a journey to the Hottentot Holland Mountains. On the 6th of November 1679 he spent the night encamped on a small wooded island surrounded or formed by the Eersterivier, which...
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Robben Island Freedom Tour

Robben Island & Freedom Tour

Robben Island translated from the Cape Dutch to mean Seal island. This island has historically been known to house political prisoners.  The first known prisoner was that of Antshumato or Harry the Srandloper, he was an interpreter for the English who assisted passing ships, and later assisted the VOC when trading with the Khoisan people. In...
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Cape Town drought

How is Cape Town coping with their worst drought

This question has been asked by many travelers wishing to visit Cape Town. Fortunately we find ourselves with a reduced water level restriction of level 3 implemented by the Cape Town City council, thanks to the efforts of its citizens. Whether or not the extensive advertising of these restrictions in the light of a day zero...
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