Cape Town is filled with amazing indoor and outdoor activities for kids. These are a few of our favourite …
Explore the depths of the ocean when visiting the Two Oceans Aquarium at the V&A Waterfront. Capetonians and tourists alike are frequent visitors to this treasured landmark. From finding Nemo to feeding time – there is always fun to be had at this underwater paradise!
For something more unusual and slightly daring, visit Imhoff Farm in Kommetjie. This outdoor adventure has something for everyone! Enjoy a leisurely horseback ride along the sands of Long Beach, keep your cool whilst riding a camel or become better acquainted with their more slithery friends at the Snake Park.
Soar into outer space at the Cape Town Planetarium. The Iziko Planetarium and Digital Dome have just been reopened, and their latest update means that they are now one of only six fully fledge planetariums on the continent. Take part in out of this world entertainment with their fun combination of science and physics – it’s a guaranteed educational outing for all ages.
RUSH TRAMPOLINE PARK
What better way to burn off that extra energy than at Claremont’s Rush trampoline park. This indoor trampoline park is filled with interconnected trampolines – including an array of action-packed challenges. Take on a game of dodge ball, basketball, beam battles and even take a dive into their foam pit!
TABLE MOUNTAIN CABLEWAY
Explore the city from above with a trip to the very tip-top of Table Mountain. As part of the Kidz Season experience Table Mountain cableway is running a kids special until the end of September. Head on up into the clouds with a three-for–one special! Two kids under the age of eighteen are given a free return trip with every adult return ticket valued at R255. Plus you’ll receive an adventure treasure hunt map.
If you’re looking for an outdoor adventure then Scootours’ Scooters is where you’ll find it! This new and exciting way to tour the trails of Table Mountain and Signal Hill are the best way to get your family out and about this winter. See the very best of Cape Town with a Scootours tour.
As the lion population within the northern sector of the Klaserie begins to bounce back since the recovery of the drought back in 2017, we have witnessed some fairly impressive changes in movements and dynamics within the area. With one specific dynamic attracting the attention of most guides and trackers within the northern Klaserie.
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