Cape Town Walks & Hiking

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Destinations in Cape Town


De Hel Nature Area Walk

Where? Constantia
This is a fabulous walk along the Constantia green belts and will take just under an hour to finish. De Hel Nature Area will take you from Constantia Nek road parking are and along a trail above the Bel ...

Bloukop Hiking Trail

Where? Prince Albert
The Bloukop Hiking Trail can be found near Tierberg in the Prince Albert area, on the Bloukop Mountain. The circular trail is moderate in difficulty, and owing to its length of 11km, staying overnight in the ...

Cape Point Lighthouse Walk

Where? Cape Point
Start: parking lot at Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve Finish: parking lot Duration: 2 km return Fitness: easy, children can do the walk Our tip: your Wild Card will gain you entrance to this and many ...

Prince Albert Ghost Walk

Where? Prince Albert
If you are visiting Prince Albert and want to do something a bit different, why not join Ailsa Tudhope for a 60 minute pre-dinner walk around the streets of the village of Prince Albert? The walk begins at ...

Explore the unique Fossil Trail

Where? Worcester
A little known fact in Worcester is a unique fossil trail. What makes it different is that the fossils can be explorer with touch, opening the world of fossils to the blind and deafblind people. The late ...

Spaanschemat River Trail

Where? Constantia
Starting just opposite Peddlars On The Bend, head off in the direction of Tokai. The route runs parallel to the Spaanschemat River and Strawberry Lane. You will go past Constantia Waldorf School and can ...

Assegaaibosch Walk (Route B)

Where? Stellenbosch
Assegaaibosch Nature Reserve is a well-known reserve, offering three walking trails through a once cultivated wildflower garden, that is now inhabited with a variety of fynbos species. The garden is a ...

Kings Block house to Kirstenbosch

Where? Cape Town
Start: parking area at Rhodes Memorial Finish: Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens Duration: 6 km, roughly 3 hours one way Fitness: moderate Our tip: end your hike at one of the two restaurants at Kirstenbosch ...

City Walk Saturdays

Where? Cape Town Central
Every month, the city of Cape Town and the people that feel a passion and commitment to its development, are part of a City Walk that is all about having fun. Formally called City Walk Saturdays, this walk ...

Wagon Trail

Where? Sir Lowrys Pass
If you want to see old ox wagon trails, stunning scenery and enjoy nature around you then you should visit the Wagon Trail on Sir Lowry’s Pass. In the Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve above Sir Lowry’s ...

Lower Gobos Walk

Where? Greyton
The Western Cape is renowned the world over for its spectacular scenery. Mountain after imposing mountain rolls into deep gorges and lush valleys, interspersed with vineyards and orchards. This splendour is ...

Gifkloof Trail

Where? Greyton
The Gifkloof trail is a dog-friendly running, hiking, mountain-biking and horse-riding trail, running alongside the river in Greyton. Start the trail at the junction of lower Regent Street and Vlei Street, ...

Maalgat Walk

Where? Cederberg
Start: Sanddrif camping area Finish: Sanddrif camping area Duration: 2 km, an hour or so Fitness: easy Our tip: day visitors are not allowed over long weekends or school holidays; get your permit from the ...

Follow the cobble stone road

Where? De Waterkant
A history paved in pebbles, a stone throw from the ocean, grounded on the mountain rock; De Waterkant (the Water side). Count the blessings of the Cape while counting your footsteps on the cobbles that link ...

Garden Tour at Cellars Hohenort

Where? Constantia
If you are a keen gardener or just looking for something different to do on a Tuesday morning, why not take part in the weekly garden tour of the award winning Cellars-Hohenort gardens. Jean Almon and Mrs ...

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