Cape Town Walks & Hiking

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Destinations in Cape Town

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Tunnel Tour

Where? Cape Town Central
Everybody takes a tour of the city, but have you ever taken one underground? The tunnel Tour in Cape Town starts at the Castle where you will be told a bit more and led to the foot of Table Mountain, given a ...

The Alphen Trail

Where? Constantia
The Alphen Trail is possibly one of the most popular of the green belt walks of the Constantia Valley. The walk can start at either end, but most people park their cars on the bend of Alphen Drive that ...

Cape Flower Route

Where? Cirusdal
Citrusdal is not only famous for citrus production and natural hot water springs, it also falls onto the Cape Flower Route - a journey through the explosion of exquisite flowers that burst into life between ...

V&A Waterfront Running Routes

Where? V&A Waterfront
Framed by Table Mountain on the one side and the glistening Atlantic Ocean on the other, the V&A Waterfront’s newly launched 2.2km and 5km running route offers one of the most picturesque running tracks in the ...

Thomas T Tucker Shipwreck Hike

Where? Cape Point
Start: Olifantsbos, Cape Point Nature Reserve Finish: Olifantsbos Duration: 3 km, 2 – 4 hours Fitness: moderate Our tip: perfect to do with children, as you reach the shipwreck pretty quickly More ...

Hike the Whale Trail with Africasunroad

Where? Bredasdorp
Drink in the exquisite southern Overberg of the Western Cape when Africasunroad Tourism takes you on the hike of a lifetime. The Whale Trail Hike is in the gorgeous De Hoop Nature Reserve, just three hours’ ...

Lower Gobos Walk

Where? Greyton
The Western Cape is renowned the world over for its spectacular scenery. Mountain after imposing mountain rolls into deep gorges and lush valleys, interspersed with vineyards and orchards. This splendour is ...

Vlei and Veldt Trail

Where? De Hoop
Start: the restaurant at Die Opstal Finish: Die Opstal Duration: the shorter loop (red) is 6 km and very doable; the longer route (blue) just over 10 km Fitness: relatively fit; the shorter loop is not ...

Heritage Walk of Cape Town's East City

Where? Cape Town Central
Route: The corner of Adderley and Longmarket streets to upper Buitenkant Street Description: an excellent way to explore the semi-industrial, creative hub of Cape Town's East City Length: roughly 3 ...

Hike And Picnic At Bontebok National Park

Where? Swellendam
Just a mere 6 kilometres from Swellendam is the Bontebok National Park. It is the ideal spot for a beautiful day hike and picnic. This area is part of the Cape Floral Kingdom and is abundant in exquisite ...

Muizenberg Catwalk

Where? Muizenberg
Walking along the Muizenberg catwalk is just about the best thing you could begin or end your day with. The catwalk hugs the coastline for 3km; starting from Muizenberg and winding all the way up to St James. ...

Littlewort Trail

Where? Newlands
This fabulous trail is perfect for the family and is specifically aimed at your little ones. This educational trail teaches kids about the forest and all the beauty within. This self guided trail has letters ...

Kanna Biodiversity Route

Where? Start in Calitzdorp
The Kanna Biodiversity Route is a rural tourism route created by Open Africa as a way to draw attention to the lesser-known gems, and old favourites, of the Klein Karoo and Route 62. Kanna, or Sceletium ...

Grotto Bay Trails

Where? Grotto Bay
Start: the Gatehouse, Grotto Bay private nature reserve Finish: the Gatehouse Duration: 3 to 15 km Fitness: easy to moderate Our tip: the Duinefontein dunes route is particularly hot; doing it in the ...

Spaanschemat River Trail

Where? Constantia
Starting just opposite Peddlars On The Bend, head off in the direction of Tokai. The route runs parallel to the Spaanschemat River and Strawberry Lane. You will go past Constantia Waldorf School and can ...

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