The course's modules
The province is one of South Africa's prime tourist destinations. It is a region of majestic mountains, beautiful valleys, sandy beaches, colourful people, legends and stories.
The Cape Malay culture; Traditional food; Song and Dance and Religion.
The Cape Floral Kingdom, Table Mountain National Park, Sea Mammals, Fish, Mammals,Birds, Flora, Trees.
Origin of Humans, A period of immigration, Khoenkhoen (Khoikhoi), The Portuguese Sea farers, The Dutch, Arrival of slaves, The Coloureds, The French Huguenots, W.A. vd Stel and revolt, The Afrikaner, The British, Dutch- and British Governors of the Cape, Prime Ministers of the Cape, Arrival of Jews, District Six, Cape Flats, Robben Island, etc.
Cape Town and the Peninsula
Cape Town and its Central Business District as well as its suburbs and surrounds and the Cape Peninsula are explored.
Winelands and the Boland
The location, origin, name, claims to fame, economy, historical sites, attractions and events of the following towns in the Winelands and Boland are explored: Gordonís Bay, Strand, Somerset West, Stellenbosch, Drakenstein, Wellington, Paarl and Franschoek.
Introduction to the Overberg. It includes Grabouw and Elin, Villiersdorp, Houwhoek, Botriver, Caledon, Napier, Bredasdorp, Elim, Genadendal, Greyton, Riviersonderend, Swellendam, Bontebok National Park and coastal towns such as Rooiels, Pringle Bay, Onrus, Hermanus, Gansbaai, Danger Point and Pearly Beach.
The towns and attractions along the Garden Route are explored. We travel from Port Beaufort and Witsand to Natureís Valley set in the lush Tsitsikamma forests. Major towns along the N2 include Mossel Bay, George, Wilderness, Knysna and Plettenberg Bay
Introducing the Klein Karoo (Little Karoo),its towns and sites such as Barrydale, Tradouw Pass, Hoeko, Ladismith, Amalienstein/Zoar, Calitsdorp, Seven Weeks Poort, Van Wyksdorp, Oudtshoorn and its surroundings, Schoemanshoek, Swartberg Pass, Gamkaskloof and "Die Hel", Dysseldorp, De Rust, Meiringspoort Gorge, Uniondale and Haarlem.
The location, origin, name, claims to fame, economy, historical sites, attractions and events of the following towns in the Central Karoo are explored: Matjiesfontein, Laingsburg, Prince Albert Road, Merweville, Leeu-Gamka, Prins Albert, Klaarstroom and Beaufort West. We also have a closer look at the Karoo National Park.
Breede River Valley
The location, origin, name, claims to fame, economy, historical sites, attractions and events of the following towns in the Breede River Valley are explored: Ashton, Montagu, Bonnievale, De Doorns, Gouda, Hermon, McGregor, Rawsonville, Robertson, Touws River, Tulbagh, Wolseley and Worcester. Ceres and Prince Alfredís Hamlet are located in the Warm Bokkeveld Valley.
Swartland and Sandveld
Introduction to the Swartland. It includes the location, origin, name, claims to fame, economy, historical sites, attractions and events of towns in this region. The towns include Eendekuil, Mamre, Piketberg, Porterville, Morreesburg, Koringberg, Riebeek West / Riebeek Kasteel, Saron, Malmesbury, Hopefield, Aurora, Redelinghuys, Leipoldtsville and Graafwater.
Olifants River Valley
The origin, name, claims to fame, economical activities, historical sites and attractions of the following towns are explored: Citrusdal, Clanwilliam, Wuppertal, Klawer, Vredendal, Lutzville, Koekenaap, Ebenhaeser and Papendorp.
The origin, name, claims to fame, economical activities, historical sites and attractions of the following towns are explored: Atlantis, Darling, Yzerfontein, Langebaan, Saldanha,Vredenburg,Paternoster, St.Helena, Stompneusbaai, Velddrif/Laaiplek, Elands Bay, Lambert's Bay and West Coast National Park.
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