You’re spoilt for choice on Cape Town’s well-known Long Street where you can enjoy everything from an early evening meal to an epic night out on the town, dancing until the sun comes out. Check out some of the more established spots such as Mama Africa’s, The Dubliner (where you can enjoy a bit of live jazz) and
The Waiting Room. There’s so much more! Visit Cape Town’s official tourism website at: http://www.capetown.travel/attractions/entry/Long_Street_at_night
Take to the dance floor or enjoy the perfect cocktail along Durban’s 2km stretch that is the legendary Florida Road. Brimming with clubs, pubs and restaurants to meet any taste and mood, come out to play in South Africa’s playground. For a full list of what is available, be sure to have a look at the ShowMe’s website of what visitors can find: http://showme.co.za/durban/tourism/visiting-florida-road/
“With its beginnings in art, Maboneng has evolved into a collaborative hub of culture, business and lifestyle that entices curiosity, encourages exploration and promotes a sense of urban togetherness.” This is what the official website describes the Maboneng Precinct as but of course there are many more layers to explore. Maboneng means ‘place of light’ and there’s no arguing that at night, it comes alive. From it’s monthly nighttime market, to hip places to hang out and a nightlife that’ll have you jiving until the dawn, you’ll never want the night to end. Check out what’s on offer by heading to the website here: http://www.mabonengprecinct.com/
Port Elizabeth - Grahamstown
National Arts Festival | 27 June – 7 July
Be sure to immerse yourself in the ’10 days of amazing’ that is the colourful National Arts Festival at least once in your life. With the exception of 1975, the Festival has been staged every year since it was founded in 1974. Dip into some comedy, dance and physical theatre, music, family fares, film, poetry and so many other spaces to explore.
You’ll find all the necessary information on their website here: https://www.nationalartsfestival.co.za/