THINGS TO DO

Cape Town offers something for everyone. From exploring its natural wonders to diving into rich history and culture, get ready to be amazed by what this vibrant city has in store. Explore the options below and start planning your unforgettable Cape Town adventure!

Below are tours, places of interest and bookings that can be recommended and made by our team. 

Cape Town and the surrounds is one of the world’s most exciting destinations for foodies, whether you’re seeking out street eats or setting up for an evening of serious fine dining. We even have some restaurants which have made the Top 100 global restaurants over the past few years – there is however, a lot of depth to the city’s food scene. And, with the Winelands on our doorstep, we’re spoilt for even more choice – its magnificent vistas elevating an already-epic gastronomic outing to dizzying heights. Want to take the thinking out of your next meal? Ask us about our favourites and we would be more than happy to secure you a booking.
Home to some of the world’s most beautiful vineyards and boasting numerous award-winning restaurants, Cape Town and the Western Cape is a gastronomic wonderland, with a history intrinsically tied to the vine. Explore the extensive range of winelands in and around Cape Town. The most popular regions include, Constantia, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl, Somerset West and many others.
The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront attracts more than 23 million visitors a year. Situated in South Africa’s oldest working harbour, the area is home to a number of markets, restaurants, pubs and clubs, as well as the popular Two Oceans Aquarium. There is something for everyone making it the perfect place to spend a day or two exploring. Visitors can take a harbour or bay tour on a yacht and enjoy the iconic views from the waters, or aim a little higher on the iconic Ferris wheel known as the ‘The Cape Wheel’. There are also plenty of shops and restaurants cater to young and old. Whether you’re looking for a fine-dining experience, taste of local culture or just want to relax by the water, the V&A Waterfront has something for everyone.
No experience required. Cape Town is one of the most spectacular places in the world to paraglide. Lion’s Head and Signal are the only main sites used to launch from in Cape Town because of their location and the stunning views of Table Mountain and the Cape Town area. Tandem paragliding instructional flights are a great way of getting into paragliding and experiencing the joy of freeflight. Flights last anything from 5-20mins.