While exploring a city on your own steam may be preferable to many travellers, there is something to be said for having a guide. From pointing out interesting landmarks that may have gone by unnoticed, to helping you barter with local informal traders, guided walking tours are always worth investigating on your urban travels. Explore Cape Town’s City Walk via: Footsteps to Freedom, Cape Town Free Walking Tours or the City Sightseeing Walking Tours.
Having a good time with your family and friends shouldn’t break the bank, that is why we’ve found the best free and budget-friendly things to do at the Cape Town Big 7 attractions: Table Mountain Cableway, Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden, Robben Island,
V&A Waterfront, Cape Point, City Walk and Groot Constantia.
From 8 October to 16 October Groot Constantia is celebrating wine with #PinotageDay and #DrinkLocalWine Day in #SouthAfrica.
The Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts are one of the best ways to spend your Sunday afternoons. Summer isn’t summer in Cape Town without the exciting lineup of Sunday sunset live music performances at the beautiful Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. The line-up has been set and the tickets are currently on sale!
The Cape Town Big 7 attractions have been very busy making your visiting experience bigger and better. Here is a list of new activities that you can enjoy:
The 13th of September is officially known at World Chocolate Day and we have found some of the best spots in Cape Town to celebrate. If you do not have a sweet tooth, then do not fear, chocolate usually goes hand-in-hand with a great cup of coffee! So come and celebrate this day of Coffee Chocolate and Decadence with the Cape Town Big 7!
In the news: Robben Island in partnership with the National Department of Tourism (NDT) will be hosting an Open Day on the 24th of September 2016 (Heritage Day). On the Day, RIM and NDT will be giving 1600 FREE tickets to locals for a return trip to the island.
In the News: September means spring and time to think about flowers, particularly our own indigenous flora. This year you can look at southern African flora through the eyes of our top botanical artists at the exhibition on at the Old Mutual Conference Centre, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens from 17-25 September.