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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Dine at Suretta's Eatery

Where? Beaufort West
Suretta's menu is exotic and very different ranging from Arabian chicken with couscous, Moroccan lamb and dates to tender, tasty German beef olives. Ghanian chicken stew is also popular served with lemon and ...

M’Hudi Wines

Where? Stellenbosch
M’hudi comes from the Setswana word, ‘Mohudi’ which means ‘harvester’. A great African story tells the tale of a heroine, M’hudi who ran away from her war torn to begin again. It speaks of courage and boldly ...

The Daily Coffee Café Blouberg

Where? Bloubergstrand
In the Seaside Village Centre, with views of Table Mountain in the distance and the salty scent of the sea spray, lies the ever-popular The Daily Coffee Café. This part of Bloubergstrand is known as Big Bay ...

Springfield Estate

Where? Robertson
The family-owned and – run estate of Springfield boasts a breath-taking beauty that is quite unforgettable. The Bruwer family descended from the French Huguenot settlers, the Bruères, who arrived in this ...

Harbour Seal Cruise

Where? V&A Waterfront
Look out for Alfie the Seal! This is a scenic guided Harbour cruise through the working Harbour of Cape Town, seals, ships and much much more. Ideal for School Groups or visitors who would like a quick ...

Ross Gower Wines

Where? Elgin
Ross and his three sons Rob, Doug and James built the winery from scratch, creating it to their own specifications with 400mm thick walls in order to keep a consistent temperature in the winery. Since Ross ...

Dirtopia Full Moon Hike

Where? Stellenbosch
What could be better than a fabulous hike by the light of the moon. No need to worry about sun block on this one. Enjoy the sunset with views of table mountain and the Cape Winelands from Klapmutskop while ...

Sir Lambert Wine

Where? Lamberts Bay
Sir Lambert Wine is only 3km from the sea at Lamberts Bay. The 10 hectares of vines produce one red and one white - a Shiraz and a Sauvignon Blanc. The close location to the sea and the cool breeze that comes ...

Relive History at the C.P. Nel Museum

Where? Oudtshoorn
A sublime sandstone building and it's clock tower ticks on a foundation over a 100 years old. Originally the Oudtshoorn Boys High School the architecture of the C. P. Nel Museum teaches of Victorian times ...

Victoria Mxenge Project

Where? Athlone
Just south of where Lansdowne and Ottery Roads meet in Cape Town is the community of Victoria Mxenge, named after one of the heroes of the freedom struggle in South Africa, and one of the places to visit on ...

Welgegund Wines

Where? Wellington
Just 50 minutes from Cape Town, Wellington has been described as many things in its time, rustic, timeless, enchanting and even Tuscan. It is in these settings in the heart of Southern Africa's Boland that you ...

Dine At Sakura

Where? Harfield Village
If you want traditional Asian cuisine, then Sakura is the place to come, the chefs have come here along with their talent to make their homeland dishes at this wonderful restaurant. There is a marvelous ...

Perdeberg Winery

Where? Paarl
Jan Rossouw was the first farmer in the region to suggest growing their own wine and in 1942 Perdeberg Winery pressed their first grapes manually. It is situated on the slopes of the Perdeberg Mountain (Horse ...

The Daily Coffee Café Kuils River

Where? Kuils River
Kuils River is a beautiful suburb at the scenic foot of the Botellary Mountain, where the pace of life is a tad slower and the setting more charmingly rural than in the heart of Cape Town’s city centre. It is ...

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 ...

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