The Cape Town City Sight Seeing bus tours are a great way to explore the city and the surrounding attractions. There are bus stops located in and around the city, giving you the chance to hop on and hop off as you wish.
Seasonal ingredients that are sustainably sourced and farmed is what makes The Creamery one of the best spots in town. Their amazing ice cream and delicious toppings can be found in Newlands, Sea Point, Woodstock and Durbanville. Local, natural, handmade and delicious.
A Good Game of Golf
Take time for yourself this holiday with a great game of golf. Surrounded by beautiful mountains and stunning local flora, it’s the ideal way to spend your morning.
Side Car Adventures
Have your breath taken away on a chauffeured vintage World War II motorbike with a sidecar, practically unchanged in style from the late 1930’s. Experience the beauty of the Cape Peninsula and Winelands in a once-in-a lifetime-trip on an exotic classic from yesteryear. Their fleet of 25 well-maintained vintage sidecars can be used for that special getaway or alternatively as a means of treating VIP guests or friends to a trip of a lifetime. Each vehicle has three seats and can carry the chauffeur plus up to two passengers, while the full fleet can carry groups of up to 50 guests at a time.
Bree Street is where you’ll find the famous Jason Bakery, home to some of the most amazing croissants and pastry creations. Every week you’ll find new flavours and interesting creations, alongside some of the more classic croissant flavours.
The winding road that slithers along the Atlantic coastline leading to Kommetjie has been described as a snake like drive. This curving coastal carriageway leads to Slangkop (Snake head) Lighthouse which has been burning brightly since 1914, becoming fully automated in 1979. The tower's light shimmers 33 nautical miles out to sea from its 33 M circular construction.
Zeitz MOCAA Museum
The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA) in the Silo District of the V&A Waterfront opened in 2017 and is the largest museum of contemporary African art in the world. The striking design, by Thomas Heatherwick of Heatherwick Studios in London, focusses on the industrial feel of the old working silo.