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Staying with a host family in Cape Town is undoubtedly one of the best ways to practise the language and immerse yourself in the South African culture. All the host families are chosen with the greatest care by our partner school, so that you'll feel right at home and be able to practise your English daily in total confidence. The families live around 15-30 minutes by bus from the school, and you'll stay in a single room or twin room with half-board provided daily.
Note: It is compulsory for students under 18 to book homestay accommodation and provide a parental consent form.
New Church Street residence (ages 18 and over)
Located in the vibrant residential area of Lion’s Head, close to Long Street’s shops and bars, this Victorian house offers single, double and triple rooms; some of them are en-suite, while others share a bathroom. Enjoy the kitchen, the TV lounge and the wonderful view of Table Mountain from the balcony! Bed linen and towels are provided, Wi-Fi is free and there’s a daily cleaning service from Monday to Friday. Coin-operated laundry facilities are also available on site. The school is 25 minutes away on foot, but it’s also reachable by bus (10 minutes).
Our partner school organises a wide range of sports, (multi) cultural activities and excursions. In Cape Town, the offer is so vast it would be almost impossible not to find an activity to suit you: hiking, horse riding, fishing, sailing, diving, rafting, golf… and surfing too, of course! Don’t hesitate to take the time to visit “Tsitsikamma”, a beautiful nature reserve on both land and water. If you want to admire the majestic ballet of sea mammals, don’t miss Hermanus Bay. In the evening, having spent long hours enjoying the beach, meet at the Café Caprice to taste a local wine with your friends and let yourself be captivated by the carnal rhythms of traditional African music.