Cape Town Things To Do

Cape Town is renowned for the world-famous landmark Table Mountain, its vast winelands and exquisite coastline. Show on Map

Destinations in Cape Town


Kleinfontein Wine Farm

Where? Wellington
Kleinfontein is a working farm that doesn't only cultivate grapes but also guavas, olives as well as an organic veggie garden. From their top quality grapes they are able to hand pick only the best at their ...

Bibliophilia Boutique Bookshop

Where? Woodstock
The trendy Cape Town suburb of Woodstock is known for its non-stop vibe and its undeniable character. It is a historical, cultural and entertainment hotspot, and is frequented by locals and visitors of all ...

Springbok Experience Rugby Museum

Where? V&A Waterfront
The Springbok Experience Rugby Museum is the the place to be for the best rugby experience you could possibly image. See memorabilia, garments worn in world cup games by some of the key players, enjoy the ...

Edith Stephens Wetland Park

Where? Landsdowne
The Edith Stephens Park is named after botanist Edith Stephens who bought the land in 1955 and entrusted it to Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden and in 1999 the City of Cape Town added another 35 hectares ...

Stop off for a Cold Beer at Ronnie's

Where? Barrydale
Ronnie painted the name Ronnie's Shop on this cottage next to the R62, planning to open a farm stall to sell fresh produce and fruit. His friends played a prank on him by changing the name to Ronnie's Sex ...

Explore the Rietvlei Reserve

Where? Table View
Not to be confused with the Rietvlei Nature Reserve in Gauteng, Table View has its own Rietvlei Nature Reserve, located just off Pentz Drive. Rietvlei boasts a wetland area that is home to a diverse range ...

Bottelary Hills Wine Centre

Where? Stellenbosch
Come and visit the information gateway to all the fantastic vineyards and products that you may find along the beautiful bottelary hills wine route. Bottelary Hills Wine Centre is one of a kind in South ...

Nelson’s Creek Wine Estate

Where? Paarl
The Nelson’s bought their first wine farm in Stellenbosch and after saving, bought Nelson’s creek in 1987. Originally named Wittenberg, the farm was one of the first to be chosen in 1692 by French Huguenots to ...

Swartland Wines

Where? Malmesbury
The Swartland Co-operative was founded by 15 members and the Swartland Winery was established. When Jan van Riebeeck first saw the land and all its indigenous black vegetation ‘renosterbos’, he named the area ...

Prestwich Memorial Garden

Where? De Waterkant
It is no secret that South Africa has had a somewhat dappled history, plagued at one time by slavery and the unfair treatment of fellow man. Harnessing the lessons learnt and honouring those that died under ...

Up Cycles

Where? Sea Point
Here on holiday and love to cycle? Hire a bicycle from Up Cycles in Sea Point and cycle the Atlantic Seaboard, taking in all the wonderful views from Sea Point, Bantry Bay to Clifton and Camps Bay. Up ...

Uva Mira Vineyards

Where? Stellenbosch
The view from these unique high altitude vineyards is something to behold. Situated between 420 and 620 meters above sea level on the Helderberg slopes, Uva Mira vineyards enjoy shale soils and decomposed ...

Versailles Wine Estate

Where? Wellington
More than 160 years after the Versailles farm was bought by Petrus Jacobus Malan, a great winemaking tradition continues. Six generations on, the Malan family still farms the land which stretches over 140 ...

Smak Restaurant and Delicatessen

Where? Cape Town Central
SMAK is Cape Town’s answer to discerning patrons with a penchant for all things delicious. This is a restaurant, deli, patisserie and coffee shop in the heart of the City Bowl, and its menu is filled with ...

The Brass Bell

Where? Kalk Bay
The Brass Bell Restaurant is beautifully located in Kalk Bay, adjacent to the Kalk Bay Harbour. The facility boasts panoramic views of the sea and the Kalk Bay Harbour. The restaurant specializes in All sorts ...

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