Things to see and do in Cape Town

Kirstenbosch Gardens

Rated as one of the most beautiful and prestigious national parks in the world, a visit to the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens is a must while staying in Cape Town. Explore the garden’s many shaded pathways and magnificent sculpture displays. Pack your picnic basket and enjoy lunch amongst the local fauna.

Boulders Beach

Enjoy a unique beach experience at this favourite local spot near Simon’s Town. Visit the Boulders Beach penguin colony and see these beautiful animals in their natural habitat. A small conservation fee applies to visitors.

Table Mountain Cableway

Recently listed as one of the world’s natural wonders, no trip to Cape Town is complete without a visit to the iconic Table Mountain. Enjoy stunning views of the city of Cape Town and treat yourself to a snack at the café. (Pro-tip: The Cableway offers free rides on your birthday, just remember to take your ID or passport!)

Two Oceans Aquarium

Explore the  Two Oceans Aquarium and view thousands of marine creatures in one of the world’s best aquariums. Located within the V&A Waterfront, this spot is a must visit for all ocean lovers. Highlights include the Touch Tank and the newly refurbished Predator Exhibit which offer visitors an exciting look into ocean life.

The Cape Town foodie experience: Where to eat and drink

Franschhoek Wine Tram

Experience the best of Franschhoek by booking a tour on the Franschhoek Wine Tram. This Hop-on hop-off tour travels through the rolling hills and vineyards of some of the country’s most distinguished and oldest wine estates. With more than 20 wine estates and 16 restaurants offered on this tour, you’ll definitely pay a visit to foodie heaven!

Constantia Wine Route

Pay a visit to the start of South Africa’s wine heritage in the lush Constantia valley. Producing wine since the 17th century, this region is now known as the Constantia Wine Route and boasts with 9 prestigious wine estates. This route is a must for both amateurs and connoisseurs alike.

The Two Oceans Restaurant Cape Point

Few restaurants offer magnificent views such as those featured at the Two Oceans Restaurant in Cape Point. Sheer cliffs that jut out into the ocean and beautiful fynbos flora are just some of the natural landscapes that keep you company while dining at the restaurant. The Two Oceans offers a wide variety of meals including ostrich, seafood and delicious sushi.

Azure Restaurant Camp’s Bay

Luxury dining at its best, the Azure Restaurant located in the Twelve Apostles Hotel offers an array of delicious dishes alongside stunning ocean views. The restaurant is open to the general public and offers daily breakfast, lunch, dinner and the ever-popular high tea.

Rhodes Memorial Restaurant Rondebosch

Large cappuccinos and lavish views. What more could you want from a restaurant? Pay a visit to the on-site restaurant at the Rhodes Memorial in Rondebosch for a family-friendly dining experience located on the slopes of Devil’s Peak.

Next Event

Mozambique Investment Opportunities Event 13th March 2019

Mozambique Opportunities within the Oil & Gas and Other Key Sectors Event will be the second MOZVEST Conference, taking place in Cape Town on the 13th of March 2019.