In a week’s time, we will be heading to South Africa for a week or so of traveling with Cape Town Tourism. It’s barely been a year since I was last there, but I’d been so smitten by the city that I can’t wait to experience it again – and this time, in winter.
My last trip was packed with adventures: from shark cage diving to paragliding off Lion’s Head. Alberto will be joining me this time – and on top of these adventurous activities, we will also go on a cycling tour of Kayalitsch, hike up Platteklip Gorge and a wine tour of Steenberg. Our schedule is flexible (read below), so we’re free to decide what we want to do in between. The trip then culminates with us speaking at the Getaway Travel Blog Conference (here are more details, be sure to join us if you’re in Cape Town).
Share Your Tips with Us
The best thing about this trip is that we’ll be deciding our final itinerary based on your tips! Basically YOU are going to help us decide what to do and where to go. If you are a local from Cape Town or know the city inside out, drop us a line on the comment section below, tweet us @WildJunket, or write to us on Facebook, and let us know you think we should not miss during our visit!
On 29th July, we are going to have a welcome braai (South African barbecue) at Apostle’s Edge and we will hold a Twitter chat with anyone interested in offering suggestions about what to see and do around the area. The Twitter chat will take place on Sunday 29th July between 7pm to 8pm South African time with the hashtag #LoveCapeTown so don’t miss it!
The trip sounds like a well-rounded trip that takes in all aspects of Cape Town – and best of all, we’ll be in the company of some of my favorite people from the travel blogging world: Keith from Velvet Escape, Melvin of Traveldudes fame, and Matt from Landlopers. So if you’re going to be in Cape Town, we’ll see you then. If not, be sure to tweet us your tips or interact with us here!
Our trip is sponsored by Cape Town Tourism, but all opinions are our own. Remember to follow us on Twitter with the #LoveCapeTown hashtag.