Things to do in Cape Town

The list of “Things to do in and around Cape Town” is endless..Needless to say, you wont get bored.

Picnic on a wine farm

Spend an afternoon enjoying a relaxed gourmet picnic basket on a scenic wine farm.

Bo-Kaap

Enjoy the bright colours and culture of the former “Malay Quarter”of Cape Town. It is believed that the residents painted their houses in bright colours as an expression of individualism and as a celebration of their freedom, after Apartheid ended.

Bo-Kaap

Enjoy the bright colours and culture of the former “Malay Quarter”of Cape Town. It is believed that the residents painted their houses in bright colours as an expression of individualism and as a celebration of their freedom, after Apartheid ended.

"First Thursdays"

Explore Cape Town on foot at night during every first Thursday of the month. Art galleries and cultural events in the city center stay open until 9pm, afterwards the streets remain packed with happy people.

Horseback riding at the beach

Go on a 2 hour horse ride along the spectacular Noordhoek beach. If you are lucky, you will see bird life, whales, dolphins, otters or seals along the ride.

Horseback riding at the beach

Go on a 2 hour horse ride along the spectacular Noordhoek beach. If you are lucky, you will see bird life, whales, dolphins, otters or seals along the ride.

Hiking Lions Head

Stunning views in all directions and a good ±3 hour workout that you can always squeeze in.

African Penguins

The famous penguin colony lives at Boulders Beach, just outside beautiful Simons Town. They are really sweet to watch, not only for children. It does get very crowed there during high season. Stony Point at Betty’s Bay is a quieter and less touristy seaside village, where you can also walk along the beach with the penguins.

African Penguins

The famous penguin colony lives at Boulders Beach, just outside beautiful Simons Town. They are really sweet to watch, not only for children. It does get very crowed there during high season. Stony Point at Betty’s Bay is a quieter and less touristy seaside village, where you can also walk along the beach with the penguins.

Mocaa Zeitz museum

Visit the worlds largest collection of contemporary African art located at the V&A Waterfront/Silo District. The museum building was constructed from the conversion of a 57 m tall historic grain silo.

Table Mountain

By cable car or on foot definitely worth going as you get majestic views over Cape Town and Cape Peninsula.

Table Mountain

By cable car or on foot definitely worth going as you get majestic views over Cape Town and Cape Peninsula.

Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden

Gorgeous hillside garden which is world-renowned for the beauty and diversity of the Cape flora

Oranjezicht City Farm Market

A beautiful farmers-style market for independent local farmers and artisan food producers, located at the Granger Bay section of V&A Waterfront. Delicious cooked and raw foods. Friendly dogs are welcome as well.

Oranjezicht City Farm Market

A beautiful farmers-style market for independent local farmers and artisan food producers, located at the Granger Bay section of V&A Waterfront. Delicious cooked and raw foods. Friendly dogs are welcome as well.

Neighbourgoods market

A trendy and wildly popular food- and goods market with life music and lots of good vibes. Make sure to arrive here hungry as there is lots of tasty food.

Chapmans Peak drive

One of the worlds most scenic drives between Hout Bay and Noordhoek.
9 km of breathtaking views..Have your camera ready.

Chapmans Peak drive

One of the worlds most scenic drives between Hout Bay and Noordhoek.
9 km of breathtaking views..Have your camera ready.

Cape Point Nature Reserve

A must see destination offering dramatic scenery, fantastic hiking trails, surf beaches and a good chance of spotting baboons and mountain zebras.

Cape Winelands

Wine testing is one of the best ways to spend a day in Cape Town. There are plenty outrageously beautiful wine farms on the wine routes of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl and Durbanville.

Cape Winelands

Wine testing is one of the best ways to spend a day in Cape Town. There are plenty outrageously beautiful wine farms on the wine routes of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl and Durbanville.