Useful links for Cape Town, things to do and other interesting and need to know sites...
Cape Town International Airport
Your online guides to things in the South Peninsula and Cape Town
If you are looking for events in the Cape's South Peninsula area, be sure to visit this website. This is a FREE to list website, so its crammed full of crazy and wonderful things to do on our doorstep.
This is one of the coolest apps for the area around. Its got loads of things happening in the area, and also great reviews of places to go, where to eat, stay etc. etc.
Its like having a local in your pocket. Download the app to your phone and never miss out on the go.
Tours and Travel Adventures in Cape Town
If you come to Cape Town be sure to look us up for all your tourism and travel needs. Wine Tasting, Peninsula Tours, Shark Cage Diving and Safari Tours, Muizenberg Tours and Travels offers it all. There is so much to do in Cape Town, and we would be happy to show you our amazing city and home.
All things MUIZENBERG...
Make sure to check out this little theatre when you are here. Its more than 60 years old and still going strong. Defiant against all odds.
+27 (0)21 788 6999
The objective of life is to experience all the amazing things it has to offer. Fortunately for us residents of Muizenberg, we get to experience them all the time. From the beach, the bars, the restaurants and shows.. we have a host of awesome things happening around us and we want to be able to share them with you.
For more information of what is happening around us, visit: www.muizenberg.info
Epitome of cool.. you will not regret a night at this place. It is tasteful, elegant, and just plain awesome.
All for a good cause... charities and general good guys !!
A group of concerned conservationists who have made it their mission to raise awareness through a call-to-action type of campaign. We don't want your money honey, we want your love" is the mantra they follow. Its all about getting people to make small changes in their daily lives, to reduce their personal impact on the environment. Promise to eat less meat, promise to recycle, promise to stop using plastic shopping bags... visit their website and submit your promise... we have!!!
To see all the interesting stuff they do, follow them on the social media links below, or visit their website.
Established in 1968, SANCCOB is a non-profit organisation whose primary objective is to reverse the decline of seabird populationsthrough the rescue, rehabilitationand release of ill, injured, abandoned and oiled seabirds – especially endangered seabirds like the African penguin. The organisation works closely with colony managers to identify birds in need of care in the wild and bring them to one of its two centres in South Africa: Cape Town (Western Cape) and Cape St. Francis (Eastern Cape).
In almost 50 years, SANCCOB has treated more than 95 000 seabirds and independent research confirms that SANCCOB’s oil spill response actions alone have increased the African penguin population by 19%.
In a non-spill year, SANCCOB treats up to 2 500 seabirds, of which approximately 1 500 are African penguins. Other seabirds treated by SANCCOB include various cormorants species (including the endangered Bank cormorant and Cape cormorant); various species of terns; pelagic birds such as albatrosses and petrels; and oystercatchers, gulls, pelicans and other coastal and seabirds that are found in the region. On average, SANCCOB admits 24 different seabird species for rehabilitation per year.
It is an internationally recognized leader in oiled wildlife response, rehabilitation and chick-rearing; contributes to research which benefits seabirds; trains people to care for the birds and educates the public to develop behavioural patterns which benefit marine life and the environment it depends on.
Follow them on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or Pintrest.
Alternatively, visit their website:
SURFING COACH IN CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA.
Projects Abroad is a great organization that organises community project all over the world to help underprivileged groups of people achieve better in their lives. In Cape Town, Projects Abroad have launched a "Volunteer Surfing Coach" project run out of Muizenberg, Cape Town. They organize groups of under-priveledged children to spend time on the beach learning how to surf. This is exceptional, as even though Cape Town is a huge surfing community, these children don't have access to equipment or the opportunity to learn how to surf. For any more info, please don't hesitate to contact these guys, or even help lend your support.
Tel: 021 671 7008
All things BEACH...
Kingii Wearable Life-saver....
Check out this new awesome safety wear from KINGII. Wrist mounted inflatable. This thing will make any surfer feel like they are the star of a James Bond movie. We were fortunate enough to have the guys from Kingii come and stay with us for a couple of days and we wish them all the best of luck in their mission to save lives.
Wavescape: Surf report
Muizenberg is the home of surf in Cape Town. From surf-schools to afternoon 'board-room' meetings of the executives. This place sees it all. Every surfer in Cape Town has surfed Muizenberg, and anyone who has learnt to surf in Cape Town has probably done it here as well. Its an easy swell and not to rough. But be prepared for some paddling... check out the surf report at WAVESCAPE (www.wavescape.com). These guys keep us well informed... when its pumping, you want to know about it.. call in sick, and grab that board!!
Shark spotters are our angels in the sky. Keeping a watch on the water and issuing the warnings that are designed to keep our swimmers and surfers safe.
Be sure to support them and follow them on facebook. They really are looking after all the citizens and visitors to Cape Town. Both above and below the water.
Travel related websites
You ever need some good advice about a destination, what to bring? what to wear? etc. Try searching the The independent traveler (www.independenttraveler.com). This website is full of useful information about the sites and destinations around the world. It is always recommended to do a little research before embarking on a worldwide adventure.
When travelling around South Africa, be sure to make use of Booking.com and its extremely useful functionality. This website has some great offers and deals, and instant booking and confirmation is a real must for travellers on the go. They also have a mobile version that makes booking a breeze.