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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Hermanus Whale Tour

Where? Hermanus
Join Gary Flynn of Cape Discovery Tours for a full day of Whale Watching. Cape Town Discovery is an owner managed tour operation with a distinctly 'hands on', personable approach and would take great pleasure ...

Eagles Cliff

Where? Worcester
In the middle of the Breede River Valley between Worcester and Villiersdorp is the Eagle’s Cliff Cellar. It’s a perfect place to enjoy the sun setting over the mountains and vineyards and to observe the ...

Snorkelling with Seals

Where? Kommetjie
Join Scuba Shack and swim with the seals and watch them dart around gracefully in the water below you. Interact with these curious animals and have an absolute unique experience. No experience required! ...

Klein Constantia Estate

Where? Constantia
Set on the Constantia mountain slopes, it is perfectly positioned as an ideal location for producing quality wine as well as picturesque views over False Bay and the Constantia valley. Simon van der Stel first ...

Bread Milk and Honey

Where? Cape Town Central
Bread Milk and Honey is a heavenly little spot at 10 Spin Street in central Cape Town. If you are a coffee lover then spin down to Spin Street and treat yourself to a cup of something hot and a slice of ...

Hog Hollow Horse Trails

Where? Plettenberg Bay
The Tsitsikamma is an exquisite part of the Garden Route in South Africa. It is breath-taking in its natural splendour and its abundance in fauna and flora, and continues to be one of the most frequently ...

Oom Samie Se Winkel

Where? Stellenbosch
Oom Samie Se Winkel (Uncle Samie's Store) is an institution in Stellenbosch and a recommended stop on any visitors agenda. Continuing the fine old tradition of the rural trading post, Oom Samie Se Winkel ...

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 ...

The Burgundy

Where? Hermanus
With its beachfront location and impressive ‘nude food’ approach to dining, we highly recommend The Burgundy for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The Burgundy doesn’t rely on its location to do all the work - the ...

Courtyard Market At The Woodmill

Where? Stellenbosch
The Courtyard Market at The Woodmill is in the heart of Stellenbosch and is open on the last Friday night of the month from 17h30 to 22h00. It is a contemporary market offering nice eats, drinks and goods in ...

Visit the De Vallei Boutique Winery

Where? Durbanville
Nikie de Villiers adhered to the tradition of farming in the Durbanville wine route just as his family six generations back have been doing. In 2008, he came third in the annual Winemakers Classic and is ...

Harbour House

Where? V&A Waterfront
Harbour House in the V&A Waterfront offers fine dining in a gorgeous setting. With wonderful glass walls encasing the tables you can watch the vibe of the Waterfront while you feast on splendid food. With a ...

Lemon Butta

Where? Tygervalley
You are in for a treat when dining at the very cool, contemporary, Lemon Butta Restaurant. The seafood is to die for with some of the popular favourites being the Portuguese sardines, tekka maki, Mozambique ...

Berties Moorings

Where? Gordons Bay
Situated in the Gordon’s Bay Waterfront, Bertie’s Moorings is a family run restaurant named after the famous yachtie, Bertie Reed. The restaurant comprises a large deck overlooking the water, which can seat ...

The Windmill Cafe

Where? Sedgefield
Nothing is better than good food with great ingredients. The open sarnies are spectacular and filled with a number of fresh ingredients including cherry tomatoes, pastrami, black olive pesto and brie served ...

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