There is a certain allure about the vibrant suburb of De Waterkant that is irresistible amongst Capetonians and tourists alike. It is colourful and quaint; and boasts a pulsating heartbeat that lends the entire area a uniquely urban, modern characteristic. The narrow cobbled streets are flanked by colourful homes that date back to the mid-18th century, and the people that live here are a fabulously varied selection of the Rainbow Nation that is South Africa.
De Waterkant is part of the Bo-Kaap, situated on the slopes of the iconic Signal Hill and is flanked by the excitement of the City Bowl and the V & A Waterfront. It is, therefore, centrally situated, right in the heart of the action and activities of Cape Town, one of the world’s top tourist destinations. Continue Reading