Cape Town Parks & Gardens

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Sheilam Cactus Garden & Nursery

Where? Robertson
Established in 1954 this cactus and succulent nursery has been owned and operated by the Schwegmann family since 1967. Located outside Cape Town, South Africa, and boasting approximately 2000 species of ...

Visit the Harold Porter Botanical Garden

Where? Bettys Bay
Frolic in fynbos (native 'fine leafed' bush); 190.5 ha of natural fynbos and 10 ha of cultivated fynbos flower from Cape coastline to mountain hump at the Harold Porter National Botanical Garden. Beach dunes ...

Temenos Gardens

Where? McGregor
Temenos was opened in 1997 as an open space where visitors and guests would be welcomed to experience an encounter with the sacred, irrespective of whether one follows a traditional spiritual path or not. Our ...

Stroll the Rondebosch Common

Where? Rondebosch
Relish the tranquility of the Rondebosh Common. Stretch your legs and embrace nature, bring along the family and the dogs for a great walk and really make an afternoon of it. Ponds are filled with tadpoles ...

Mamre Nature Garden

Where? Mamre
This reserve is not only rich in biodiversity but has an interesting cultural history. The main vegetation type on the reserve is Atlantis Sand Fynbos, which is considered to be endangered. The Mamre Nature ...

Groote Schuur Estate

Where? Rondebosch
Groote Schuur big barn used to be the home of Cecil John Rhodes. The house sits in Rondebosch and was refurbished by Herbert Baker many years ago. This fascinating house is steeped in history, filled with ...

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