Of course you can go up the cableway or choose to hike. We know how we think you should discover this iconic mountain!
|Table Mountain Secret Adventure
Take the interesting route up Table Mountain for an adventure you'll never forget.
The best time is a full moon trek where you can watch the sunset and the full moon rise.
|Lions Head Cave Adventure
Join Henk and take a guided walk up Lion's Head and find Wally's Cave and other secret caves with the most awesome 360 Degree views of Cape Town that you just won't get to see on your own.
Where Nelson Mandela and other political prisoners fighting against the apartheid state where imprisoned. You can take a boat tour to the island close to the Cape Town shores and visit the old prison complex and museum on the island.
The stunning garden was named 2015’s ‘International Garden of the Year’ (by the International Garden Tourism Awards Body). There’s also a great treetop canopy walkway called the ‘Boomslang'.
See the Penguins on Boulders Beach actually a lesser known fact is you get to see the penguins on a beach round the next corner which is a little less crowded.
|Cape Peninsula Road Trip
Take a trip to Cape Point with Sophia and Drew and visit Boulders beach where the Penguin colony live. Then continue on to Muizenberg beach .
This gorgeous stretch of sand and sea has been awarded Blue Flag Beach status, which means the water, safety and marine quality is of high standard – The water is cold but worth a try.
If you want to see street art go to Woodstock where you will see the most amazing graffiti and can also visit the Old Biscuit mill that has bars and places to eat as well as a collection of art, design, craft and fashion stores.
|Woodstock Street Art Tour
Join Juma on a walking tour of the colourful graffiti around Woodstock . The walking tour takes you through the streets and galleries in order to appreciate the contemporary colourful urban art which has been created by local and international artists.
If you love getting to know a place through its cuisine we have a few amazing foodie experiences that will introduce you to Cape Malay cooking as well as other South African delicacies.
|Cape Malay Cooking Experience:
Salwaa invites you into her family home to demonstrate the making of traditional Cape Malay dishes including Bobotie, Denning vleis, Daaltjies, and how to make and fold Samosas.
A vibey area of shops, bars and restaurants and where short cruises depart from, and there are many free events and outdoor concerts held here – on a working dock. One of the best seafood restaurants is away from all the main shopping areas close to the Yacht club (called Panama Jacks). Theres also the Watershed craft retail market with lots of local boutique and craft stores.
Take a walk starting from the Sea Point Pavilion a public pool with a viewing area looking into the Lido and then amble along the front for a couple of miles.
Catch the train from Cape Town centre to Simon's Town and treat yourself to a fabulous coastal train journey and then see the famous dog statue in remembrance of the dog who helped the sailors get back to their ship and eat at one of the best fish restaurants The Salty Sea Dog
Walk along the front at Camps Bay. The trendy hangout spot has got some great bars and places to eat along the beach front.
Check out Cape Town’s famous Long Street with street vendors, clubs, pubs, bars and everything in between. You can also get to Green Market Square which is an authentic open air African craft market.
Take a trip to the South Peninsula to visit Muizenberg Beach with its colourful changing huts and head on over to Kalk Bay. This seaside town is known for its beautiful views of the False Bay coastline and is also a top spot for getting tasty fish and chips at well-known fish restaurant Kalky’s.
|Active Peninsula Experience
If you are looking for activity then try this active peninsula experience where you get to swim with seals in Hout Bay and learn to surf in Muzenberg and if that isnt enough you can finish the day with acrobranching in Constantia
There is a lovely long stretch of beach to walk along and the fish market serves the local favourite Snoek – smoked fish.
Take a trip to Cape Point and visit the Cape of Good Hope Castle built by the Dutch East India Company completed in 1679.
Formerly known as the Malay quarter a former township on the slopes of Signal Hill with its colourful buildings and scents of Cape Malay Cooking.
Check out the noon gun at Signal Hill – A loud boom from the noon gun is heard across the city at precisely 12.00 noon every day. This dates back 1806 when sea captains had to check their chronometers.
Have a go at drumming with Djembe drumming sessions (pronounced JEM-bay) offering a uniquely South African experience.
|Djembe Drum Experience
Experience the rhythm and sound of the “talking drum” yourself and come try your hand at playing it with the experienced Manan Ajimah f an authentic master djembefola and teachers of Traditional West African percussion
This is a 2 hour drive from Cape Town and the Southern Right whales are seen frolicking in the waters off the coastline from July to November. This is the place these whales are found mating and breeding just off Walkers Bay.
|Hermanus Whale Watching Adventure
Take the scenic route with Roger via Clarence drive and visit the pretty seaside town of Hermanus. Our 2-hour whale boat tour provides a great whale viewing experience. (July to November)
About an hours drive from Cape Town city centre are the winelands of Stellenbosch and Franchoek and the lesser known but beautiful Wellington. Groot Constantia is only about 20 minutes drive and is one of the oldest wine regions in Cape Town. You can take a car or best to take a driver so you dont have to worry about getting back after a wonderful lunch and wine tasting. Alternatively for the keen cyclists among you why not take a guided cycle through the winelands...
|Cape Winelands Cycle Tour
On this Adventure, we are transported to the picturesque second oldest town of Stellenbosch, then on to Helshoogte Pass,We then move onto the beautiful town of Franschhoek established by the French Huguenots, for lunch at one of the many restaurants and watering holes in the beautiful village.