Things To Do in Salt River

Salt River is situated in the City Bowl, in Cape Town, South Africa. Show on Map

Things To Do in Salt River

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Transcending History Tours

Where? Cape Town City Bowl
Lucy Campbell gives refreshingly personal Cultural Heritage tours aimed at revealing the historical diversities that is Cape Town. With her enthusiastic and captivating presence, she weaves stories through ...

Diagonal Route up Table Mountain

Where? Camps Bay
Start: Pipe Track above Camps Bay Finish: back down on the pipe, or at the cableway car park Duration: five hours or so Fitness: moderate to difficult Our tip: the path lies between Kasteelspoort and the ...

Lady Bonins Tea Parlour

Where? Cape Town Central
Remember Lady Bonin's Tea Caravan? The colourful vintage caravan (complete with wallpaper on the inside walls) used to serve tea at markets and events around Cape Town. Jessica Bonin's aim: to revolutionise ...

Devil's Peak Hike

Where? Cape Town
Start: there are three routes to the top Duration: rougly 4 hours, give or take an hour Fitness: moderate to super fit Our tip: always take water and a wind breaker, no matter what the weather, but a hat, ...

Visit the Two Oceans Aquarium

Where? V&A Waterfront
The Two Oceans Aquarium on the V&A Waterfront is one of the top tourist attractions in Cape Town and over 3000 living sea animals, including sharks, fishes, turtles and penguins can be seen in this spectacular ...

India Venster hike up Table Mountain

Where? Cape Town
Start: at the cable car behind the tour buses Finish: at the top, if you're going to take the cable car back down Duration: three to four hours Fitness: relatively fit as there is a lot of scrambling Our ...

Palm Tree Mosque

Where? Cape Town Central
Palm Tree mosque is the second oldest place of Muslim worship in South Africa and is brimming with history. Previously home to freed slaves Frans van Bengalen and Jan van Boughies, who bought the property in ...

Sunset Cruise from the V&A Waterfront

Where? V&A Waterfront
Cape Town has one of the best locations to see the Sunset from the Sea. Fabulous Table Mountain and city views while the sun dips into the sea at sunset. We serve a complimentary glass of sparkling wine. ...

The Pool at Park Inn

Where? Foreshore
The Foreshore is a bustling part of Cape Town’s City Bowl, flanked by the ocean and the iconic Table Mountain. It is home to the Civic Centre and the state-of-the-art Cape Town International Convention Centre, ...

Cape Peninsular Loop

Where? Cape Town Central
The one great payoff, besides the incredible all-round sea views, of having a peninsular in the city of Cape Town is the non-stop drive on which you can embark, and which has to include some of the most epic ...

Coffee Culture at Origin

Where? De Waterkant
Based in an atmospheric industrial feel location in De Waterkant, the owners of Origin Roastery are on a mission to improve the quality of coffee in South Africa. Importing beans that they have handpicked ...

Shark Cage Diving With Extreme Scene

Where? Gansbaai
Come to the Shark Capital of the World and meet the Great White Sharks! Cage Diving with these magnificent creatures is an exhilarating experienced and an opportunity not to be missed. Meet us in Gansbaai for ...

See the Light on Robben Island

Where? V&A Waterfront
Robben Island is a small island whose activities have documented the changing of time, the course of history and the progress of mankind. First discovered in 1575 by Portuguese explorers as a natural ...

Labia Theatre on Kloof

Where? Gardens
The Labia Theatre on Kloof Street is the baby sister of the the local movie-house legend the Labia on Orange Street. Situated in the Gardens, they are within walking distance from each other they form part of ...

Visit The Cape Gallery

Where? Cape Town Central
The Cape Gallery, 60 Church Street is set in the heart of the old city off the Church Street walking mall, flanked by the colourful Georgian and Dutch facades built by the 18th and 19th century settlers. ...

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