"> CELTA Cape Town | TEFL Certification

CELTA Cape Town TESOL CourseADDRESS: 1st Corner, Corner Church and Regent Street. Sea Point, 8005. Cape Town, South Africa 

Cape Town is the unofficial capital of South Africa, fondly referred to as the “Mother City”. It boasts the most beautiful setting of mountain-meets-ocean where the famous Table Mountain watches over the magnificent local beaches known for their international standards.
The uniquely Capetonian culture resonates through the day to day life where a visit to the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront or a stroll along the celebrated Long Street showcases the vibrant nature of this spectacular city. 

Teaching House Cape Town is located in the heart of Sea Point, so students can enjoy proximity to a number of exciting attractions. 

- Sea Point is situated between Signal Hill and the Atlantic Ocean, a few kilometres to the west of Cape Town’s Central Business District (CBD). Moving from Sea Point to the CBD, one first passes through the small suburb of Three Anchor Bay, then Green Point and seaward from Green Point is the area known as Mouille Point (pronounced MOO-lee), where the local lighthouse is situated. 

- Sea Point is divided by Main Road and enjoys a bustling 24-hour cosmopolitan vibe with its many shops, takeaways, restaurants, clubs, internet cafes and coffee bars. Just about everything you need is found in this part of the city and it hums with activity. CELTA accommodation is also within walking distance from the above hustle and bustle. 

- The famous Sea Point promenade runs the length of Sea Point’s beachfront, from Mouille Point to Bantry Bay and is also a hub of activity, particularly in the early morning or late afternoons. A number of children’s parks run along- side the promenade and Sea Point beach adjoins an Olympic-sized seawater swimming pool at the Pavilion. 

- From Bantry Bay along the promenade you reach the trendy and there-to-be-seen beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay. 

- The Green Point Stadium in Cape Town has been transformed into a completely new 70-000 seater, all- weather, multi-purpose, environmentally sustainable, modern, technologically advanced, world-class stadium giving expression to the “African Renaissance Stadium” at the juncture between Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean at the southern tip of Africa.