Cape Town Things To Do

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Da Vinci's on Kloof

Where? Gardens
Come and enjoy Italian food made the way it’s supposed to be at Da Vinci’s on Kloof. Some of the top sellers include the sticky sesame chicken salad, van der merwe pizza with biltong, feta and pepperdews, ...

Explore Simons Town

Where? Simons Town
Situated on the Eastern side of the Cape Peninsula, and named after Simon van der Stel, the town was proclaimed as a safe winter harbour in 1741 and then grew rapidly when it became a Royal Navy base. There ...

Fishing in Arniston

Where? Arniston
The management and staff at The Arniston Spa Hotel are keen fishermen and offer their guests a unique service in that they will advise you on the best fishing spots in and around Arniston as well as ...

Bosman's Restaurant

Where? Paarl
Bosman’s is the only restaurant in South Africa to once again earn the “Best of Award of Excellence” awarded by the American Magazine, Wine Spectator. This is the highest award received by a South African ...

Howard Centre

Where? Pinelands
The Howard Centre in Pinelands is a well know location and local shopping spot in the Southern Suburbs. The centre has been renovated and it now offers plenty of safe and secure parking, as well as resident ...

Basilico Steenberg Restaurant

Where? Tokai
Tokai is a beautiful part of Cape Town, and is full of natural beauty and fun things to see and do. The Basilico Restaurant celebrates this gorgeous setting and complements it with top-notch Italian cuisine. ...

Lah-Di-Dah Coffee Shop & Farmstall

Where? Prince Albert
Come and experience hearty comfort food, freshly ground coffee, delicious pickles and jams, home baked fare, fresh produce and a huge selection of gifts. Our 'Stoep' is surrounded by old junk and is the ...

Annandale Wine Estate

Where? Stellenbosch
Annandale is the oldest farm in the Helderberg Valley. Nine years after Governor Simon van der Stel first discovered Stellenbosch on horseback, was Annandale granted to Jan Wismaar. The cellar built before the ...

Ingwe Wines

Where? Somerset West
The name Ingwe means ‘leopard’ in Xhosa French winemaker Alain Moueix embarked on a partnership with local wine entrepreneur Graham Knox in 1995 and produced labels such as Naledi (a single-variety Cabernet ...

Go Sandboarding

Where? Cape Town Central
Africa's version of snowboarding, sand boarding is an exhilarating sport taking advantage of South Africa's gradients and global gravity. An all over body workout this hobby also known as sand surfing is set ...

Lemberg Wine Estate

Where? Tulbagh
Cupped within the bowl of the Great Winterhoek and Witzenberg Mountains, is where you’ll find the Lemberg Wine Estate. Winemaker, Janey Muller, established Lemberg in 1978 and became known for their Sauvignon ...

Do it in a Side Car

Where? Sea Point
'Look Ma no hands!'. Romance Cape Town's breathtaking coastal drives with eye goggles, a helmet, the wind on your face and a qualified chauffeur rider by your side so that all your attention can be spent ...

Visit the Slave Lodge in Cape Town

Where? Cape Town Central
The Slave Lodge attempts to confront the legacy of slavery in South Africa and pay homage to the estimated 63,000 African and Asian slaves who were brought to the city between the mid-17th century and the ...

Milnerton Market

Where? Milnerton
Milnerton Market has a collection of junk and gems sold in an open-air bazaar forum on a dusty seaside patch of ground. Trading next to the ocean the smell of the sea carries across the stalls all within sight ...

The Thirsty Oyster

Where? Gordons Bay
The little harbour town of Gordon’s Bay, close to Strand and just outside Cape Town, is a fantastically laid-back setting for visitors that are looking for the ideal combination of beautiful ocean vistas, ...

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