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Things To Do in Cape Town

Starting in the mother city, Cape Town has much to offer, such as the flat topped Table Mountain, which is awesome for hiking and providing you with an aerial view of Cape Town. Then there is the pulse of the city – Long Street, which will provide you with all the food and entertainment needed on holiday. If that does not fulfil your holiday needs, the Cape area can provide you with a full day of education, sightseeing, breathe taking views and wine when partaking in a wine lands tour. A saying that will forever stick by us Capetonians – You don’t need a holiday, you need Cape Town.

Play a round of Putt Putt

Situated on the beachfront in Mouille Point, a round of Putt Putt provides great fun for both young and old. Spectacular views of the mountain and ocean are a bonus!
Approximately R20 per player

Surf up a storm

Cape Town has many possible spots where it is easy to learn how to surf. This includes Muizenberg beach as well as Blouberg beach. The surf schools will provide you with an instructor, board and wetsuit for the duration of your surf lessons.
Approximately R450 per person

Enjoy a theatrical dinner

Cape Town has many stunning restaurants to choose from with excellent quality when it comes to food and service. If you are looking for something totally different, you need to head over to Stardust in Woodstock. Singing & dancing take place while you enjoy your meals. It makes for a night never to be forgotten.
Meals start from R80
A bottle of wine is approximately R120

Game drive diaries

Head for the day to go view some game. Inverdoorn is situated about 2 hours out of Cape Town and offers very relaxed game drives. You could spend the night there in one of their homely guest cottages if you wish.
Approximately R2500 per person

Put your climbing shoes on

Cape Town has a lot of paid activities, but also a lot of free activities. Put your hiking shoes on and climb up Signal Hill to witness a perfect sunset. You can also hike up Devils peak with your picnic basket and bottle of Champaign. Sit down, relax and enjoy the breath taking views over the beautiful city of Cape Town.
Free of charge

Drinks with a view

Drinks with a view

Situated on the beachfront in Mouille Point, a round of Putt Putt provides great fun for both young and old. Spectacular views of the mountain and ocean are a bonus!
Approximately R20 per player

Cape Town by night

Explore Cape Town’s nightlife with a group of friends, from Long Street to Green Point. Make sure to find out from your accommodation establishment what would be the safest and best option for you. Cape Town can offer you pubs, clubs to local taverns, it all just depends what you are looking for.
Cost depends on how long you explore

Cook with the locals

If you’re keen on spending some time in the kitchen, book yourself on a cooking safari and learn to cook secret recipes from one of the local Bo-Kaap ladies in her very own kitchen. This activity is a must-do for any foodie or those interested in getting to know the Cape Malay culture.
Approximately R400

These are only a handful of the activities you can experience in Cape Town. There are adventure activities such as kite surfing; there are nature involved activities such as national Parks. Cape Town can offer you some very beautiful markets over weekends. There is live music and local concerts that can be replayed over and over again in your head. For those who want to give back, there are many day volunteering programs that can be done. So as you can see Cape Town has so much to offer, and this beautiful city will leave you wanting more.

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