If you are accompanying a delegate to the conference, you are invited to take part in all the social events of the conference. This is a provisional programme, which is subject to change.
18 June – Sunday
18:00 WELCOME FUNCTION + REGISTRATION – LANZERAC
19 June – Monday
Visit Table Mountain by taking a 5-minute, scenic ride in a state-of-the-art cable car (weather permitting) and see Cape Town from a completely different perspective. This is an unforgettable experience enjoyed by 900,000 people each year.
Visit the Cape Town Castle, a 17th century bastion fort built by the Dutch East India Company, situated in the heart of the city.
18:30 WINE TASTING AND DINNER
20 June – Tuesday
Visit Robben Island and the Island Prison by ferry (weather permitting)
21 June – Wednesday
08:00 DEPART FOR FULL DAY EXCURSION
Visit the world famous colony of “Jackass” penguins at Boulders beach, situated near the seaside village of Simon’s Town.
Visit Cape Point nature reserve, which is 60km SW of Cape Town and a world heritage site encompassing almost 8000 hectares and home to indigenous fauna and flora, buck, baboons, zebra and a large number of bird species.
Visit Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, situated in the heart of Cape Town’s working harbor and nestled below the watchful gaze of Table Mountain. You can spend the day shopping, eating and drinking amidst a vibrant, cosmopolitan atmosphere, refreshing sea breezes and warm African sun.
No host dinner
22 June – Thursday
Visit the Spice route in Paarl – a sensory journey for the modern-day explorer.
18:30 DEPART FOR CONFERENCE DINNER
23 June – Friday
Walking tour of Old Town of Stellenbosch also known as the City of Oaks (“Eikestad”) due to the large number of oak trees planted by its founder, Simon van der Stel. Situated 50km east of Cape Town, this is the second oldest European settlement in the province (the first being Cape Town itself).
13:00 CLOSING FUNCTION