- Table Mountain:
Going up Table Mountain is a very rewarding experience and you will be able to see the whole of Cape Town. This can either been seen by going up the cable car or by hiking up a designated path.
- Robben Island:
Robben Island is a historical place, as this is where Nelson Mandela spend his years in prison. This man is the one who took South Africa out of Apartheid in 1994 as well as becoming the president of the country.
Paragliding off Lions Head or Signal Hill is an amazing adrenalin rush as well as a perfect opportunity to see Cape Town from a bird’s eye view.
- V & A Waterfront:
This is a very touristy destination as it has plenty of shops as well as delicious food stalls, all next to the Cape Town Harbor. It also has the perfect view when looking out at Table Mountain.
- Shark cage diving:
This is a once in a life time experience for those who enjoy the ocean life. This experience allows one to get a close-up view of the dolpins in the Western Cape waters.
- Ocean kayaking:
This is a beautiful way to see Cape Town and Table Mountain from the ocean and you just might be lucky to see a dolphin or two swimming next to your kayak.
- Wine tasting:
There are many great places such as Spier in Stellenbosch, Groot
constantia and Durbanville Hills Winery is also another well-known wine estate where you can enjoy your wine while looking over the city.
- Bungee jumping:
On our door step, we have the highest bungee jump in the world. This is situated in Bloukrans on the way to Plettenburg Bay.
- Helicopter flip:
This is situated at the V & A Waterfront and is a great way to view the city from up above.
- Kirstenbosch Gardens:
This is a fun activity for the whole family. It’s a place for everyone to have a picnic in the gorgeous gardens, with high trees, greens grass and beautiful plants