CONFERENCE DATE : 17-19 November 2021
Located on South Africa’s southwest coast, perched between the ocean and the mountain with a national park as its heart, lies Cape Town, the “Mother City”. It is the oldest city in South Africa and has a cultural heritage spanning more than 300 years, a coming-together of cultures, cuisines and landscapes.
It is in Cape Town that the Rainbow Nation really covers the spectrum. Between the beautiful Cape Dutch homesteads, traditional dancers with painted faces performing in the streets, the smell of spicy Malay cooking and the taste of a well-made wine.
Cape Town is renowned worldwide for being relatively affordable for international tourists, having an incredible restaurant scene, and offering plenty of outdoor activities. It has the top five national attractions in South Africa, all of which should appear on every visitor’s itinerary all year round.
One of the city’s main tourist attractions, the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront (V&A), offers the visitor a unique shopping and holiday experience on a scenic working harbour. The complex features shops, restaurants, launch areas for short cruises and a variety of entertainment for those who flock through it by day and night.
When planning ones visit to Cape Town, look forward to enjoying locally produced wine while visiting the Cape Winelands, enjoying a day out at the museums, or even ride through the city up to Table Mountain.
Cape Town is a destination where boredom is unheard of!
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