Global Leadership Conference (April 28 – May 1) – We are truly sorry to announce that 2020 Global Learning Conference (GLC) and GSEA Finals have been cancelled. Due to the major uncertainties our diverse, global membership and staff face with the unpredictable spread of COVID-19, we cannot ensure a positive and healthy event experience for all. We must stay focused on our top priority: the health and safety of our members and staff and their respective families. For more information, contact [email protected].

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Spouse/Life Partner Activities



How many opportunities do you have to meet and bond with like-minded jet setters from around the globe in an exclusive EO setting? Join us for the 2020 GLC Spouse/Life Partner (SLP) Program! Guests come back year after year, not only for the alluring destinations, but also for the continued friendships and new connections forged with fellow spouses, life partners and EO members. This year, we will adventure through Cape Town and its surrounding areas.

There are multiple ways to participate in the program. Read more about the options below.


The Spouse/Life Partner Learning Day ticket includes admission to the GLCケープタウン ラーニングデー, the GSEA Finals and both evening events. See the full agenda here. Admission to the chapter officer trainings and lunch on 4月29日水曜日 is not included with this ticket as those sessions are for EO Member leaders only.

Join Members and fellow spouses/life partners with a full day of learning open to SLPs. This one-day inaugural event will be similar in content and pace to the popular EO Universities. Learn more about what to expect on GLC Cape Town Learning Day here.

SLP Learning Day Ticket Price: US$975

Registration for this ticket is available through EO Network.


お子様用チケットをご予約いただくと、ご予約対象のお子様は「GLCケープタウン ラーニングデー」ならびに4月29日(水)開催のイブニングイベントにご参加いただけます。お子様チケットをお持ちのお子様は、4月30日(木)開催のイブニングイベントを除く配偶者/パートナーチケットの参加可能イベントすべてにご参加いただくことが可能です。なお、「シミー・ビーチ・クラブ(Shimmy Beach Club)」につきましては、会場の都合上、18歳未満のお客様・お子様はご参加いただけませんのであらかじめご了承ください。



年齢: チケット価格:
0-4歳 無料
5-11歳  一人あたりU$100
12-17歳 一人あたりUS$200
18以上 (大人料金)
チケットはEventbriteよりご予約いただけます。 Click here for more information.


EOお子様用パッケージはGLCに正式に参加登録されたEOメンバーのお子様にご提供するものです。「GLCケープタウン ラーニングデー」のみに参加登録されたメンバーのお子様には適用されませんのでご注意ください。





GLCのキャンセルポリシー除外事項はお子様用パッケージにも適用されます。 Please see policy here.

ご質問につきましては、ミーティング・コーディーネーターのKathryn Popeまでお問い合わせください。


À la carte group activities are available during the day on Wednesday, 29 April only. Activities are priced separately from the Learning Day and evening events ticket. More information below.

Wednesday, 29 April

Cape Peninsula Tour

US$95 per person

Includes: Tour guide, entrance fees, transportation and wine tasting with canapés.

8:00 am – Depart for Peninsula Tour
Depart for a breathtaking journey of scenic beauty. Visit the bathing beaches of Clifton to the rugged outcrop of Cape Point and the two oceans beyond.


9:30 am – Penguin colony
Once through the turnstiles, one can stake their claim on pristine sands and then freely explore the large 540 million year-old granite boulders, small rock pools and little bays in close proximity to these famous, flightless birds.


11:00 am – Cape of Good Hope
Named the “Cape of Storms” by Bartolomeu Dias in 1488; the “Point” was treated with respect by sailors for centuries. By day, it was a navigational landmark; by night (and in fog) it was a menace beset by violent storms and dangerous rocks that littered the coastline with shipwrecks over the past few centuries.


1:00 pm – Groot Constantia

Stop at Groot Constantia at 1:00 pm for wine tasting and canapés.

The Groot Constantia heritage adds a unique status to the estate. Its early history and international recognition made Groot Constantia the first intellectual property of the South African wine industry and of the county at large.

In 1685, during an annual visit to the Cape, Hendrik Adriaan van Rheede tot Drakenstein granted the grounds of Groot Constantia to Simon van der
Stel the VOC Governor of the Cape of Good Hope.

3:00 pm – Return to the hotel

Register Here

Winelands tour

US$35 per person

Includes: Food and wine pairing, transportation and tour guide.

9:00 am – Depart for Winelands region
Breathtaking natural scenery, longstanding cultural heritage and world-class wine-producing estates characterize the Cape Winelands region, a tourist Mecca that always ranks highly on visitor itineraries.

Approximately 40-50 minutes away


9:45 am – Walk through Stellenbosch
Walking is still the best way to explore,soak up the beauty of the town, meet the locals and see our historical buildings and many attractions. The historic town centre is a place of architectural beauty. The oak-lined streets are dotted with white-washed buildings, sidewalk cafés, bistros, restaurants and pubs, gift shops, arts and crafts, galleries and museums.


11:30 am – Arrive at Neetlingshof Wine Estate for a food and wine pairing starting at 12:00 pm
Think vegetable samosas with mango atchar, beef kebabs with roasted tomato, prego rolls with chocolate shavings and a traditional mini malva pudding with a liquorice reduction.

1:30 pm – Return departure to hotel
Arrival at hotel around 2:30 pm.

Register Here

Bokaap, Lekka Kombuis, and Diamond Tour

US$75 per person

Includes: Tour guide, transportation, and lunch

9:00 am – Tour at the Diamond Museum
The Cape Town Diamond Museum pays tribute to the world’smost precious gem: the diamond.

During a tour of the Cape Town Diamond Museum, you’ll witness a three billion year-old story unfold as youʼre taken through a diamondʼs journey. From its creation at the Earth’s core to the mine, and —eventually—to the completed,polished stone.


10:00 am – Bokaap Tour
Known for its brightly-colored houses and situated at the foot of Signal Hill, Bokaap is the spiritual home of the Capeʼs Muslim community.

The walking Bokaap tour consists of highlights including:

  • The Atlas Trading Co.
  • Monkeybiz
  • A trip to the Auwal Mosque
  • A walk through the Bokaap Arch
  • The walking tour of Bokaap takes approximately one hour.

11:00 am – Cape Malay cooking experience
Voyage into local life through food as you experience a hands-on, practical lesson on how to cook like a real Cape Malay ‘Auntie!’

Make fluffy roti, a traditional curry, tangy sambal, fold your own samosa and cook your own chilli bites. Enjoy it with some authentic cardamom tea or juice.

The cooking experience takes place in a traditional Cape Malay home kitchen. The meal isserved in the dining room.

The cooking experience is approximately two hours long.

Return to the hotel around 2:00 pm.


Register Here

Township Tour

US$65 per person

Includes: Tour guide, transportation, buffet lunch, marimba band and welcome dancers.

8:00 am – Depart for District Six
District Six was a multi working-class area just off the centre of Cape Town, to the south of the Castle.
It was named the sixth district of Cape Town in 1867 and originally established as a community of freed slaves, merchants, artisans, laborers and immigrants.


10:30 am – 12:00 pm – Langa Township
Construction of Langa township, just east of Table Mountain, began in 1927. It provided homes to the workers who would help build Cape Townʼs harbour; specifically designed to allow authorities maximum visibility and control of its residents.

Langa is one of the smallest townships in the city. Ten years ago it was home to 50,000 people, but like many townships, it has grown rapidly as job opportunities in the city draw workers and families from the surrounding countryside. There are now about 80,000 people in Langa and the township is struggling to cope.


VisitProject Playground
Project Playground is a non-profit organization, founded in 2010, that engages over 800 vulnerable children and youth in townships outside Cape Town in South Africa, as well as 100 vulnerable children and youth from the lower social economic areas around Stockholm, Sweden.

With a holistic approach, Project Playground uses educational, recreational and supportive programs to empower vulnerable children and youth one-by-one. Project Playground works to reinforce their personal and social development through support programs and organized activity, thereby contributing to a sustainable future.

Lunch at a local township restaurant.

Return to hotel around 3:00 pm.

Register Here