Cape Town Things To Do

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High Tea at The Mount Nelson

Where? Gardens
No visit to Cape Town is complete without experiencing Mount Nelson Hotel’s legendary Afternoon Tea. Famous foodies and travel writers the world over describe it as being one of the best afternoon tea ...

The New Junk Shop

Where? Stanford
Browse for antiques and collectibles at Stanford's unique 'The New Junk Shop' which you'll find in Queen Victoria Street. Originally a well know landmark in Cape Town, the Junk Shop moved to Stanford where it ...

Devonair Wine Estate

Where? Stellenbosch
Devonair is owned by Leon and Rina de Wit who purchased it in 2003 with the aim of transforming it into a fine boutique wine estate reintroduced winemaking to the farm. 2.2 hectares of the estate is planted to ...

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, ...

Watch the Waves crash at Polana

Where? Kalk Bay
A fantastic day out in Kalk Bay is incomplete without a stop at Polana. This Morrocan-inspired restaurant is situated right on the rocks and is popular for sundowners and snacks. Their menu favours seafood ...

Shop at the Knysna Friday Market

Where? Knysna
As the name suggests, the Knysna Friday Market takes place from 4pm to 8pm every Friday night. What a perfect way to end the week; pack up the kids and head out to the market site to meet up with friends. ...

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 ...

Kammabaai Beach

Where? Hermanus
Kammabaai is another beach with shallow water, ample parking and excellent facilities; making it ideal for family outings, especially for those with small children. The beach at Voelklip, flanked by green ...

La Pentola

Where? Hermanus
Situated in the seaside village of Hermanus, La Pentola is a restaurant ahead of its time offering fabulous food and understated style. Dine in style while watching the whales only a stones throw away, in ...

Piet Barbet Trail

Where? Oudtshoorn
When one pictures hiking trails in Oudtshoorn, one usually thinks of stark Karoo landscapes and dry landscapes but the 4.1 km Piet Barbet Trail takes hikers through the subtropical thicket of the Gamkaberg ...

Visit the Waenhuiskrans Cave

Where? Arniston
Waenhuiskrans (wagon house cliff) is the highlight of a visit to Waenhuiskrans Nature Reserve in Arniston. What makes the Waenhuiskrans Cave so exciting is the low-tide leap-and-a-bit to reach it, over ...

Cederberg Private Cellar

Where? Cederberg
Cederberg Wines are located on the highest lying vineyards in South Africa and their unique location adds something extra special to their wine. Winning the coveted Veritas Double Gold medal has helped put ...

The Odyssey

Where? Cape Town Central
A gastropub is defined as a place where good food and high-quality drinks are served, and this is precisely the basis on which The Odyssey’s success has been built. Perched on Bree Street, in the very heart of ...

Codfather Seafood and Sushi

Where? Camps Bay
The Codfather Seafood and Sushi Restaurant has been a Cape Town hotspot for more than a decade, popular for its huge variety of sushi and fresh seafood. Instead of formal menus, The Codfather keeps their ...

Coffee & Breakfast at Giovannis

Where? Green Point
Giovanni’s is an authentic Italian owned and run deli style pavement café in Green Point, loved by everyone who knows it. One of the first places in the Western Cape to serve decent coffee, we salute this ...

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