Discover new experiences in Cape Town
Here are some of Cape Town's new experiences, just waiting to be discovered by you!
Big 7 Cape Town City Walk
This walk forms part of the Big 7, which comprises of; Groot Constantia, Table Mountain Cableway, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Point, V&A Waterfront, Robben Island and Cape Town City Walk. Discover Cape Town City Centre and its beautiful architecture! Join every third Saturday, starting from the Company’s Garden and ending at St Andrew’s Square. Along this route you’ll find buskers entertaining you and games that will take you back to childhood.
Spasie – Bo Kaap Underground Restaurant
This unique underground restaurant in Bo Kaap Cape Town is a first-of-its-kind underground eatery offering a unique dining experience. They cater for events of up to 120 people for cocktails and canapés. Come and try the Chef Table experiene on Thursday and Friday nights when they are open to the public (on Wednesdays, it works on an invitation basis), or enjoy brunch every second Sunday. The set menu always comprises four or five heavenly courses.
Housed in an urban setting at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town you’ll find crafters selling their handmade products. The unique architectural design adds to the urban look and feel of the Watershed, which also includes event space, fashion shows, corporate offices and an amazing eatery. Come and experience an urban and retro atmosphere and shop your heart out under one roof.
SA Forest Adventure Zip-line
Situated at Silvermist Estate in Constantia and overlooking inspiring scenery is one of Africa’s longest zip-lines. Consisting of 11 platforms and 7 long cable towers, this is where adventure-lovers get to journey down a large canyon between the Cape Floral Kingdom (one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites). The experience forms part of the Blue Route City Sightseeing experience.
LaGuGu Township Tour
LaGuGu Township Tour is an acronym for Langa and Gugulethu and the brain-child behind this brilliant idea is Kgomotso Pooe. These two townships were chosen as they are closest to Cape Town City Centre, Langa is the oldest township in South Africa and Gugulethu is famous for a party and dancing atmosphere. Tours are linked to City Sightseeing and stops along the route within Langa include; the Township Heritage Museum, Brenda Fassie’s House and the Old Beer Hall to mention a few. In Gugulethu be sure to visit the vibrant restaurant of Mzoli’s.
Big 7 Cape Town City Walk - this walk forms part of the Big 7, which comprises of; Groot Constantia, Table Mountain Cableway, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Point, V&A Waterfront, Robben Island and Cape Town City Walk.