Cape Town Things To Do

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Walk the Muizenberg Catwalk

Where? Muizenberg
The Muizenberg Catwalk is a walk for everyone; whether you are young or old, fit or not so fit. This is a manageable, flat walk that passes beautiful views, historical buildings, incredible birdlife, war ...

The Book Cottage

Where? Hermanus
The Book Cottage is an independent little bookshop that was opened 14 years ago by the late Sue McNaught. The Cottage is situated in the little seaside village of Hermanus in the Overberg area. The Book ...

Blowfish Restaurant

Where? Bloubergstrand
Positioned perfectly with unrivalled views of Table Mountain and Table Bay, Blowfish Restaurant is an all-round sensory experience. With windows spanning the length of the restaurant guests can enjoy the ...

Zevenwacht Mall

Where? Kuils River
The town of Kuils River is relatively small and secluded, making it a charming getaway for city slickers needing to reconnect with the tranquillity of the South African countryside. It is just 25 kilometres ...

Oolong Café

Where? Cape Town Central
Fergus & Green revitalise the loved ritual of tea with evolutionised sipping of their Revoltion Tea blends at their pristine Oolong Café. Tea dust is replaced with tea leaves drawing loose or in unique ...

Under Oaks Wine Farm

Where? Paarl
If you are looking for a wine farm with a warm, personal approach to wine tasting along with a peaceful ambience created by the family who run it, then Under Oaks is the place to visit. This boutique wine farm ...

Dieu Donné Vineyards

Where? Franschhoek
Just four minutes from Franschhoek village is a wine farm dating back to 1855 with a name meaning ‘God Given’. French-Mauritian, Robert Maingard acquired the farm in 1987 and later a man named Hennie du Toit ...

Pascal's

Where? Napier
Pascal’s, named after well-known French cabaret singer Daniele Pascal, was started as a labour of love by Daniele and her friend, Leonie Verster in 2002. Originally intended as a weekend restaurant, where ...

Kleinood Farm

Where? Stellenbosch
The French Huguenot Jacob de Villiers came to the Cape in 1688 and bought the Boschendal wine farm between Franschoek and Stellenbosch. A descendant of Jacob, Gerard de Villiers and his wife Libby found a ...

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 ...

Haut Espoir Wine Estate

Where? Franschhoek
Haut Espoir or “High Hope”, is a family owned vineyard with parents, kids and extended family all playing a part in the operations on the farm. Positioned on the slopes of the Groot Drakenstein Mountains, this ...

Harry B’s

Where? Knysna
Based in an old Victorian house dating back to 1862, Harry B’s was originally built for the Thesen family, boasting fittings and finishes that will transport you instantly to another time. An up-market ...

Diving at the Two Oceans Aquarium

Where? V&A Waterfront
When you dive at the Two Oceans Aquarium at Cape town's V&A waterfront, you will dive with ragged-tooth sharks (sand tigers), shoals of large predators, rays and a turtle in the I&J Predator Exhibit. Feed the ...

Asara Wine Estate

Where? Stellenbosch
Asara originated in 1691 and was named Verdun when granted as a farm and in 1772. The Roux family bought it and retained it until 1995. The manor house from 1845 later became the cellar in 1953. Merchants were ...

Jason's Hill Private Cellar

Where? Rawsonville
At the foot of the Slanghoek Mountain and in the midst of the Slanghoek Valley is Jason’s Hill Private Cellar. One of South African’s first woman winemaker’s, Ivy Du Toit, call this estate home and together ...

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