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The De Waterkant area used to be the old slave quarters of Cape Town. A number of years ago this developed into a major residential area and became very popular as a result of its close proximity to the Central Business District (CBD), beaches and the Waterfront.

Since then this has developed into a major tourism destination in that most of these houses are now either Self-Catering, Guest House or Bed & Breakfast establishments, catering predominantly for the international tourist, local and foreign business people.

Cape Info Africa was founded in 2004 with the aim to provide comprehensive travel services to visitors coming to South Africa.

Cape Info Africa is a gay/lesbian-friendly company with specialized staff, as well as travel desk partners catering for anything from shark-diving, to mountaineering and wine routes.

A true variety of Travel & Tourism Services under one roof.