Covid-19 has had a devastating effect on local tourism but as the vaccine roll-out continues Cape Town Tourism has launched a new campaign, Captivating Cape Town.
This campaign in partnership with Travel Counsellors is aimed at attracting more tourists & visitors to Cape Town.
Carl Wastie spoke to Marketing Executive at Cape Town Tourism, Leigh Dawber to find out more.
Then it was time for the Flash Drive family to share their hidden gems in the Cape that you might not be aware of.
Here is the list of the Cape's Hidden Gems 2.0:
Canoe along the border of Khayelitsha with Khayelitsha Canoe Club
Why not go and meet Gerry the Giraffe at Giraffe House
It seems that our Flash Drive family love to go camping, check out some sites below:
Assegai Rest Farm Stay
If you are looking for horse-drawn carriage rides & picnics look no further than Nelson Wine Estate in Paarl.
And if you are hitting the road make sure that you stop for some coffee & treats at either Eight Feet Village at the top of Bothmanskloof Pass or Die Skeerhok Farmstall on the N2 just before Heidelberg.
In case you missed it last year.
If you want to check out the first list of hidden gems click here.