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Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town, referred to as the "Mother City" boasts such incredibly good weather and spectacular scenery most never want to leave.  Two oceans come together making the surf and waves particularly beautiful with picturesque beaches and a very majestic and unusual mountain in the backdrop.  Viewed as one of the world's culinary capitals, Cape Town has many European influences, from cuisine to architecture and is bursting at the seams with galleries featuring the work of many very talented designers and artists.   

Visit the Old Biscuit Mill is a village where talented people come together to share, collaborate and show off their heart-felt passion. The Mill is home to day and night markets, dynamic office space, a range of workshops and designer stores, delicious farm stalls, decadent restaurants as well as an inspiring line-up of festivals and productions. Come and explore the Mill and meet some of South Africa’s most talented, innovative designers, artists, photographers, and connoisseurs of fine taste and décor.


Attend the Design Indaba Expo and see Mohair South Africa's latest innovations.  Design Indaba’s purpose is to create a better world through creativity and to improve the quality of life in Cape Town.  The annual Design Indaba Expo is South Africa’s premier showcase of high-end design, exhibiting the wares of all the creative sectors under one roof including Mohair South Africa newest products.


Dine at the popular Grand Cafe on the Cape Town waterfront where the menu focus is absolute freshness and drawing inspiration from its stunning surroundings.  Participants will also enjoy dining at the Duchess of Wisbeach, which is a hidden little gem with everything you'd expect from a New York Speakeasy or on a side street cafe in Paris with the nostalgia of a bygone era.  Take a Peninsula Tour, visit Seal Island on a cruise to Hout Bay, see Chapman's Peak and the cute little penguins at Boulders Beach, have lunch at Cape to Cuba in Kalk Bay, take the Flying Dutchman Funicular at Cape Point and take an optional Township Tour to meet some local knitters.