While winter undoubtedly has its charms when you’re staying in Cape town city accommodation, nothing beats the summertime for non-stop action and luxury event. Here’s what to expect if you’re spending March in the Mother City.
Fancy a Trip to Italy
You’ll think you’ve arrived in a foreign land when you step into The Idiom’s Wine Tasting Centre in Somerset on 2 and 3 March. The venue is set to be transformed into a celebration of everything Italiano with classic eats, music, craft beer and fine wines.
It’s Grand It’s White It’s Wonderful
For the 6th year in a row, The Grand White offers a chance to doll-up and get down with the Cape Town elite. This premier event is being held on 9 March this year at a secret destination somewhere in the Mother City. The theme is – you guessed it – white with a touch of colour.
This year’s accent tone is
gold, which says a lot about what to expect. The event takes the shape of a
formal picnic with fashion shows, live entertainment and plenty of glorious
Get your tickets here.
Take it to the Streets
It’s Mardi Gras time in the Mother City on 16 March when the annual Cape Town Carnival street party kicks into high gear. The event starts at Green Point’s fan walk and spreads a trail of happiness all the way with over 2 000 performers, amazing floats and all-round good vibes. It’s going to be epic.
Get Down to Earth
The Rondebosch Potters Market is the place to be for some hands-on artworks on 23 March. With over 100 potters from all over Africa showcasing their wares, this is an interesting outing for the artistically-inclined as well as a great shopping opportunity for some unique pieces.
Tatts and All That
This year Cape Town is hosting the South African Tattoo convention which sees top tattoo artists from 15 countries showing off their skills. This weekend event takes place from 29 to 31 Marchand includes live entertainment, a pumping bar and some great eats.
Toughing it Out in Hout Bay
If blood sweat and tears are more your style, sign up for the Hout Bay Ultra on 30 March.
This challenging 40km race traverses some of the Cape’s most challenging terrain overlooking the small town of Hout Bay. You can enter as a team or go it alone against the mountain. The route is tough, but the views are exceptional.
Don’t let summer fizzle out, book your place for a last-minute-blast when you arrange Cape Town self-catering accommodation with us.
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