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

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Learn to Surfski

Where? Fish Hoek
Contact the experts at Varsity College Surfski School and allow the experts to help you start something new. Dawid and Nikki Mocke (both Surfski World title holders) and their team of experts run the school ...

Rietvallei Wine Estate

Where? Robertson
The picturesque Rietvallei Wine Estate is one of the oldest wine farms in the Western Cape region of Robertson and is home to a range of wines, most notably its Muscadel. In fact, the Muscadel vine is the ...

Helderstroom Alpacas

Where? Villiersdorp
Helderstroom Alpacas is a beautiful farm in the Cape Overberg region of the Western Cape, home to dozens of adorable alpacas. Bearing resemblance to llamas, alpacas are fascinating to watch, loved by young and ...

Walking Zandvlei

Where? Muizenberg
Start: Imperial Yacht Club parking area (alongside the Sea Scout Base on Promenade Road) Finish: the yacht club, or halfway in Muizenberg Duration: 2 km one way, or 4 km return Fitness: anyone can walk ...

Breakfast at Café Albert

Where? Prince Albert
Come and sit on our verandah, listen to the water gurgling past in the water furrow, watch the passers-by and tune into Prince Albert 's friendly vibe. Or in winter, sit inside the coffee shop round a roaring ...

Helicopter Flip over Cape Town

Where? V&A Waterfront
Explore the breathtaking wonders of the Cape Peninsula with Makana Aviation. Makana Aviation offer exhilarating helicopter flights in and around Cape Town so spoil yourself and discover the Magic of the ...

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 ...

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 ...

Constantia Nek Farm

Where? Constantia
Gordon and Anne Kling own and produce Kling wines on Constantia Nek Farm. Constantia is the oldest wine-making region in the Southern Hemisphere and originated in 1685. Some of the finest wines are produced in ...

Buy & Braai a Cape Fish

Where? Kalk Bay
Chokka, Snoek, Red Roman and Yellowtail are all local Cape ocean fish that are the pride of fisherman and the prize on the grill. Kalk Bay Harbour is a charming brightly coloured fishing harbour in the heart ...

The Kirstenbosch Shop

Where? Constantia
The Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens invites locals, as well as tourists from all over the world, to immerse themselves in the beauty that characterises it, as it sits perched on the slopes of Table ...

Rejuvenate at Librisa Spa

Where? Gardens
The Mount Nelson Hotel’s sparkling new Librisa Spa has become one of Cape Town’s leading day spas. Treatments are world class and have been developed uniquely for the spa. The spas three signature product ...

Wildekrans Wine Estate

Where? Botrivier
The Harlow family bought Wildekrans Wine estate in 2007 and continually to reap local and international awards for the superb wines. Positioned with the Bot Rivier ward, this farm underwent a great restoration ...

Wine Tasting at the Bramon Wine Estate

Where? Plettenberg Bay
Bramon Wine Estate, is a boutique vineyard of 5ha and is the first and only Estate this far East of the Western Cape, situated 20km East of Plettenberg Bay in a mountainous area called The Crags. This ...

Visit the Tokai Arboretum

Where? Tokai
Through the forest and up the hill, past the old Tokai Manor Hall which was built in 1795 you will find the Tokai Arboretum, first established in 1886 by Joseph Storr Lister, Chief conservator of forests for ...

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