Gallery Questionnaire Overview

  • Berkhamstead

    A tour guide's role is vital as often it's the tourist's first impression with the people and culture of the place they're visiting.

  • Table Bay and Cape Town City

    Cape Town, the Mother City of South Africa, capital of the Western Cape and the most beautiful city by the sea, is on everyone's 'bucket list'.

  • ‘Fynbos’ part of the Cape Floral Kingdom, the richest in the world with more than 8 500 different species and only found in the Western Cape.

    'Fynbos' part of the Cape Floral Kingdom, the richest in the world with more than
    8 500 different species and only found in the Western Cape.

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    Bontebok only found in South Africa and Lesotho, with the Western Cape home to the largest numbers.

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    Our 9 different Wine Regions offer tourists more than 500 different wine estates to visit and sample cultivars such as Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc, Merlot, Shiraz and even our own exclusive Pinotage.

  • Cederberg

    Tourist will love South Africa's sunshine and exquisite scenery. We offer many outdoor activities such as hiking in the Cedarberg Mountains. "Travel makes one modest, you see what a tiny place you occupy in the world." - Gustave Flaubert

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    Hermanus, only 1,5 hours from Cape Town, rated the best 'whale sighting' destination in the world. Join us for the Whale festival in September.

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    The spring flowers along the West Coast cover the land with a colourful carpet each year from July to September.

  • Paternoster

    Coastal towns along the Cape coastline offer tourists scenic beauty, tranquility and rest.

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    Share your love for Cape Town and South Africa with others by becoming a tourist guide. "Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us or we find it not." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Get to know your city and province by identifying the ‘mystery’ pictures below.

Once you have registered for a tourist guide course, as part of your research, you’ll be asked to identify each ‘mystery’ photograph by answering the question below each photograph and supplying one additional interesting fact that you think tourists might like to know. This will form part of your Research Unit Standard Assessment. More about this assessment will be explained at the beginning of your course.

Please register yourself to take part in this assignment and then simply login with your user name and password each time to continue working on this research project. Once logged in please complete the assignment here.

Questions

1. Where is this? Who are we?

2. What is this and where am I?

3. Who am I? Why am I here?

4. Where is this? What is my history?

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5. What is this and where will you find me?

6. Where is this and why is it here?

7. Where is this? What is my ‘claim to fame’?

8. Who am I and where am I standing

9. What is this? Where am I?

10. Where is this? What is my history?

11. What is this and why is it here?

12. What is this and where is it?

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13. What is this? For what is it used?

14. Whose plaque is this? Where is it?

15. What species am I? Why am I special?

16. Where am I? What can you tell me about myself?

17. Where am I and what is my name?

18. Who am I and where will you find me?

19. What species is this and why am I different?

20. Who am I and where am I?

21. Where is this? What happens here every year?

22. Where am I and what is my name?

23. What memorial am I, where will you find me? Why was I built?

24. Where am I and why am I remembered?

25. Where is this and why am I remembered?

26. What is this? Why this name?

27. Where is this? What can you tell me about myself?

28. Where is this? Who lived inside here?

29. Where is this? What is it’s history?

30. Where is this? What is my history?

31. What and where is this?

32. Where is this? Why am I called that?

33. Where am I? Who lived inside me?

34. Where are I? Why do people visit here?

35. Where am I? For what am I remembered?

36. Where is this and what am I called (on the left)?

37. Who are we and where are we?

38. Where am I? What can you say about my pediment?

39. Where am I? What am I called?

40. What is my nickname and where am I?

41. What building is this? Why was I built?

42. What church is this? What style is my architecture?

43. What am I and where am I?

44. What species am I? What makes me famous?

45. Where will you find me? What can you say about me that makes me different?

46. Where am I and what is amazing about me?

47. Where is this? Why am I photographed?

48. Where am I? What is my history?

49. Where am I? What is my history?

50. Where am I and why was I built?