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

Destinations in Cape Town


Kayaking at Mosaic Sanctuary

Where? Stanford
From the shores of Mosaic, launch yourself among a myriad of water birds on the lagoon. Explore the mouth of the lagoon where it meets the ocean at Grotto Beach in Hermanus, or paddle through the reed-fringed ...

Gamkaberg Zebra Crossing

Where? Calitzdorp
Gamkaberg Zebra Crossing consists of various 4x4 trails ranging from 16 km to 36 km, stretching over the Gamkaberg Mountain Range, leading over scenic 4x4 trails. The trails take about 3 to 4 hours to ...

Kirstenbosch to Constantia Nek Hike

Where? Constantia
The trail from the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens to the picturesque heights of Constantia Nek shows off much of the lush beauty for which this part of the Mother City and the Cape Winelands is known. ...

The Khoisan Kitchen

Where? Clanwilliam
The Khoisan Kitchen is situated on the banks of the Brandewyn River, and is based on the Rock Art Trail through the Cederberg. Specialising in traditional fare, with a relaxed ambiance, the kitchen ...

Get active with Action Sports Brackenfell

Where? Brackenfell
Show off or build up your speed, fitness and ball co-ordination skills because Action Sport has 100 indoor floodlit all-weather sports arenas in South Africa for action cricket, action netball and action ...

Durbanville Craft Market

Where? Durbanville
The well known Durbanville Craft Market takes place on the first Saturday of the month as well as selected dates during the December festive season. Located under the age old Oaks in the beautiful gardens ...

GaBoLi Chocolates

Where? Betty's Bay
Belgium chocolate lovers can find GaBoLi hand-made Belgium chocolates at the wine village in Hermanus, the Salt of the Earth coffee shop and at Dassiesfontein along the N2. These delicious chocolates are ...

Tokara Winery

Where? Stellenbosch
In 1994 GT Ferreira purchased the Tokara farm for residential purposes. But that was until the wine-making potential of this land was discovered. The cool air makes for great wine and soon classic varietals ...

Constantly Kiting

Where? Langebaan
Kite surfing, or kiting, is a water sport that is becoming more and more popular in South Africa - both for locals and for those visiting the shores of this country. The warm waters and excellent weather ...

Cape Point Hike

Where? Cape Point
Start: Platboom beach, roughly 3 km south of Gifkommetjie beach; there is a parking area Finish: Cape Point's main gate Duration: 18 km one way (leaving a car at the gates is essential) Fitness: it's a long ...

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 ...

Catch a local Rugby Game

Where? Newlands
Tired of being a couch spectator? Yell your support out loud at a live rugby match in this 51 000 seater stadium electric with fan's energy. Tired of being a spectator at all and fancy yourself an undiscovered ...

De Morgenzon Wine Estate

Where? Stellenbosch
De Morgenzon means 'the morning sun,' and got its name from bring the first portion of the Stellenboschkloof valley to see the sun. De Morgenzon once formed part of Uiterwyk which was one of the oldest farms ...

Anysberg Horse Trail

Where? Ladismith
For an equestrian experience of a lifetime why not get on the Anysberg Horse Trail. This two day trail takes place in Anysberg Nature Reserve and is and adventure of a lifetime. A reserve ranger will teach ...

Visit the Amy Biehl Memorial

Where? Gugulethu
The Amy Biehl foundation was created in remembrance of American exchange student Amy Biel who was a gifted student at the University of the Western Cape who wanted to make a difference in South Africa. Amy ...

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