Cape Town Summers are legendary, just ask the locals. From long lazy days on the beach to dining alfresco and everything in between, make Cape Town the best place spend your holiday.
One of the best ways to enjoy the #CTSummer holidays is with a picnic in a gorgeous setting. Pack your own or purchase a picnic from some of the Cape Town Big 7 attractions.
There is no shortage of amazing places to wine & dine in Cape Town and with the chilly weather settling in there is no better place to find yourself: in a cosy restaurant with a delicious meal and a glass of wine or two.
If you find yourself at a loose end on a cold winters day in Cape Town, why not join one of the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens’ Family Winter Wonders Programme activities this School Holiday? Alternatively join a kid friendly guided garden walk that are offered free of charge – you are guaranteed to visit places in Kirstenbosch that you’ve never seen before.
The 16th of June is Youth Day in South Africa, during which we all remember and celebrate the sacrifices that were made by many for our democracy. In celebration of this important day, we have found some great things to do with your young ones at the Cape Town Big 7 attractions.
May is a great time to explore the Mother City, the weather is milder, there are fewer crowds and nature is at its showiest – think glorious sunrises & sunsets and golden foliage. So come and have some #FuninMay with the Cape Town Big 7!
The operational team at the Cableway gave the green light for the first-ever #KidzSeason meetup which occurred on Saturday the 14th of May!
A visit to the Mother City is an exciting experience, which is sure to be etched in one’s memory forever. If you are planning a trip to Cape Town you cannot miss out on the Cape Town Big 7. Here are our top 7 things to do on your visit.
Are you visiting Cape Town for the Easter holidays? Or are you a Capetonian and prefer to enjoy a staycation? Start preparing now with our comprehensive list of things to do at the Cape Town Big 7.