This is the place where the two great oceans meet and experience "The Fairest Cape in all the world." Don’t forget to stop at Boulders Beach where you can swim with the penguins and enjoy the breathtaking views en-route to Cape Point.
We have something for everyone! While in South Africa, why not take the opportunity to explore more African countries in the vicinity at competitive rates – sleep in a tent among the wild animals, visit and learn about tribal culture. White water raft at Victoria Falls and, if you are brave enough walk with the king of the jungle – the lions. Hike the Fish River Canyon, the second biggest in the world, sand board or quad bike the dunes of Namibia and visit the Bushmen.
Cape Studies is not a regular language school and what sets it apart from the rest is its commitment and involvement in the community. South Africa is a cultural melting pot and based on its history has a lot of disadvantaged communities. This said we are aiding the country to move forward by simply lending a hand and getting involved in social projects. Staff members and students volunteer to participate in this project called Helping Hands.