Cape Town Things To Do

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Lunch or breakfast at Die Stal

Where? Montagu
If you are a fan of hearty, traditional, country fare then you should maak ‘n 'draai' at Suzanne Venters Die Stal in Montagu. Situated on Kruis Farm, Die Stal serves up, albeit from a short breakfast and ...

Wine Tasting at The House of Krone

Where? Tulbagh
The Twee Jonge Gezellen Estate has been in the family since 1710 and happens to be one of those family legacies which gets passed on through time. Cellar Master, Nicky Krone produced his first bottle of ...

House of Aloes

Where? Albertinia
In the plant kingdom there is one superhero. A hero so legendary that its powers reach far back into African ancestry. A hero with so much magic that it can heal the sick; soothe the burnt, disinfect the ...

Piketberg Cultural History Museum

Where? Piketberg
Piketberg is a small town perched amongst wheat farms and fruit orchards, beneath the watchful eye of the Piketberg Mountains. It is in this atmosphere of history and charm that the Piketberg Museum was ...

Diamond Cutting Tours

Where? Cape Town Central
The Diamond Works is a one-stop, exciting experience for tourists, both young and old. Situated on the ground floor of the Metropolitan Life Centre, directly opposite the Cape Town International Convention ...

Rondebosch Potters' Market

Where? Rondebosch
Ranked by Lonely Planet travellers as the 228th out of 659 things to do in Cape Town, the Potters' Market in Rondebosch Park, on the corner of Sandown and Campground Roads, comes but twice a year, and is easy ...

De Tol Farm Stall

Where? Citrusdal
De Tol Farm Stall is located about 6km from Citrusdal on the Piekenierskloof Pass. The beautiful farmhouse boasts a terrific farm stall and a small eatery where absolutely everything is homemade. ...

La Vierge

Where? Hermanus
La Vierge is an upmarket Champagne winery, situated on the rolling slopes of the verdant Hemel & Aarde valley. Poised gracefully on a hill, between acres of vineyards, the restaurant at La Vierge boasts some ...

Meerlust

Where? Stellenbosch
The original estate owner, Henning Huising, first settled here in 1693 upon realising just how beautiful this piece of land was. It was named Meerlust which means “please of the sea” in German and the manor ...

Horse Riding on Saint Helena Farm

Where? Calitzdorp
The Klein Karoo in the Western Cape of South Africa holds a magnificence that is not a little challenging to put into words. It is simultaneously stark and lush; serene and bustling with plant and animal life. ...

Myburgh's Waterfall Ravine Trail

Where? Hout Bay
Start: Farriers Way (a cul de sac off Hunters Way) Finish: Suikerbossie restaurant Duration: 8 km, roughly six hours Fitness: moderate to fit Our tip: best to do the hike in winter if you want to see the ...

Prince Albert Farmers Market

Where? Prince Albert
The Prince Albert Market was resurrected in 1998 and has been a Saturday morning favourite since then. The market takes place on the square next to the Fransie Pienaar Museum and locals gather together to sell ...

Audacia Wines

Where? Stellenbosch
The 32 hectare from of Audacia can be found within the thriving wine region of Stellenbosch. You know that when a wine estate is located within the ‘golden triangle’ the wine is bound to be great especially ...

Graze - Slow food cafe

Where? Stanford
Stanford locals Tabby Robertshaw and Alex Chouler own and run Graze; a delightful Italian slow food cafe tucked behind an unassuming entrance, in Queen Victoria Street. Greeted by the scent of freshly ...

Rastafarian Township Tour

Where? Knysna
Take a township tour with a bit of a difference. Just outside of Knysna, along George Rex drive, you will notice a Rasta flag in green, yellow and red flying high above the township. The tour will take ...

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