1. What are your three favourite insider tips of your city? These could be a restaurant, museum, exhibition, special place or view, artist, shop etc.

  2. What is your favourite song at the moment?

  3. What is your favourite book at the moment?

* The Mountain: The most notable natural feature in Cape Town is of course Table Mountain. Capetown is one of the few cities in the world, where one can literally walk out of the city centre and within minutes be surrounded by nature. Both Table mountain and lions head (names for the shape of the rock formation) have great trails, one can reach the top of lions head in under and hour and has spectacular views of the city and surroundings.

* Capetown has the longest wine route in the world and whether you are into you wine or not, a self drive trip to the wine regions of the Western Cape is must. Undulating mountains, beautiful farms and historic features can all be witnessed on this route.

* Hout Bay market: The Hout bay market is located in an old fishing harbour in the bay. Hit the market in the evening or for an early breakfast – get there early because it gets full, but the food and atmosphere make it worth it. One can support local artists and best place to pick up a gifts/souvenirs.

“Panama“ from The Avener

“Killing for Profit“ by Julian Rademeyer

Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, James Suter’s passion for the outdoors started at a young age and developed into a lifestyle as he honed his bush-skills and worked for several years as a guide and tracker in South Africa’s National Parks. He has gained much of his experience working for the world renowned Singita Game Reserves.

Based in Cape Town James now offers a unique photographic safari experience throughout Africa.

He is also actively involved with conservation, particularly with creating awareness through film and imagers and currently supports various NGO’s involved in conservation.