CAPE TOWN
One Rhythm

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While visiting in Cape Town, Todd Nelson and his family met with street artists and dancers who electrify the streets with color and movement, local surfers who cut the coastline with their artistry, and musicians and tribal troupes who are all part of one beat, one heart, one world.

One of the artists the Nelsons connected with was Falko One, a graffiti icon known worldwide for his artwork as well as his leadership for establishing the medium as a credible, visual art form. During their visit, Falko One painted the streets of Cape Town to the rhythm of the music and dance of the community.

Cape Town has been one of the most influential cities to inspire artists across the world, and Kalahari brings this atmosphere to the United States through its resorts. The music, artistry and rhythm of Africa is all part of Kalahari’s mission to provide a beyond-expectations experience. Guests will find these elements sounding throughout the resort, on the walls of the convention center and in guest rooms.

 
One Table

From Kigali to Cape Town, the Nelson family tasted their way through six countries, sampling everything from roadside grill jockeys to mopane worms and traditional seswaa to five-star chefs’ cuisine at some of Africa’s finest hotels.

Diners gain a sense of community and connect with one another through food. Kalahari understands the importance of the food experience and delivers the unique taste of Africa to the resort tables and guests each day.


 
One Wave

For surfers up and down the South African coast, the pull of the sea starts at an early age. Cape Town is a special place for surfers because it’s where two great oceans come together – the warm Indian and frigid Atlantic – which leads to some impressive waves. Todd Nelson and his family met with Avuyile Ndamase at Llandudno Beach where surf star turned teacher as he gave a lesson to first time surfers.


 
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