What to Do
When it comes to what to do in Cape Town, it is usually a lack of time rather than a shortage of actual things to do, which hinders one. Cape Town is filled with things to amaze and amuse both young and old year-round. Whether you visit with friends and family, with your partner, or choose to go it alone, you will never be short of things to do in the Mother City. Museums, monuments, theatres, galleries, shops and malls abound, along with seaside activities, ocean sports, hiking and tours to the famous wine lands.
Cape Town is big on arts and culture and one of the most hospitable cities in the world and you will be amazed at the mix of cultures and cuisines coexisting in this city – cuisine which is among the best in the wold, crafted from the freshest locally grown ingredients by master chefs of international acclaim.
Nature plays a role here too, as Cape Town’s climate is perfect for an abundance of flora to flourish, Table Mountain is recognised as a floral kingdom in itself and the city brims with beautiful parks and natural areas.
Here is a selection of some of the most popular attractions in Cape Town:
If you’re interested in Naval history, then the SA Naval Museum is the perfect place to explore while you’re in Cape Town. This is the only museum of it’s kind in Africa, and you’ll see and learn why on your visit.
Check out the incredible indoor climbing facilities in and around Cape Town. This is fun for the whole family and the perfect winter activity!
The SA Jewish Museum in Cape Town is an enriching experience for the whole family. Don’t miss the worlds largest collection of netsuke at the museum!
Enjoy all the magnificent, winding coastal roads of the Cape with the wind in your hair! Cape Town Cobra Hire is definitely a different way to experience the sights.
A visit to Koopmans-de Wet House opens a window to the lifestyles of the rich and famous of 18th century Cape Town. This house is owned by the museum and has been impeccably preserved.
Head to Ceres for a fun day with the kids Zip Lining through the trees, canyons and rivers. This is a great way to explore this region, and will keep the adventurous among us happy too.
The District Six museum in Cape Town gives us a glimpse into the vibrant, colourful lives of the people who lived here, before forced removal under the apartheid regime.
For a novel Cape Town experience, relive the glory days of steam train trips in beautifully refurbished coaches with the Ceres Rail Company.
This action-packed climbing, swinging, clambering obstacle course is a fun, safe and healthy way to harness that holiday energy for all ages.
Cape Town truly has something for everyone and you will find a little bit of everything to enjoy in this cosmopolitan coastal city – including a Turkish Bath House in the middle of one of the city’s trendiest streets. Long Street has long been held as the place to be...