What to do in Cape Town?on December 19, 2012
The list is endless… Cape Town has attractions to suit all tastes and budgets. From the most popular and spectacular Cape Town tourist destinations such as Table Mountain and Robben Island to the beautiful and quieter Kirstenbosch Gardens.
Cape Town is home to some of the best beaches in the world. Clifton’s white sandy beaches are renowned the world over, as are Camps Bay, St James and Llandudno.
Wine Tasting Galore
Cape Town’s wine route is a must for both tourists and locals alike. There is no shortage of wine estates to explore.
Make sure to pack your golf bag to experience some of South Africa’s greatest golf courses:
- Pearl Valley: Jack Nicklaus’ signature golf course
- Steenberg Golf Estate: Nestled beneath the Constantiaberg Mountains and flanked by the vineyards of South Africa’s oldest wine farm
- The Royal Cape Golf Club: The oldest golf course in Cape Town, The Royal Cape Golf Club has hosted the SA Open twice since its establishment in 1885
- Erinvale Golf Estate: Designed by Gary Planer – this is one of Cape Town’s most challenging golf courses.
Shop Til You Drop
Shopping is a popular activity in Cape Town. The Victoria & Alfred Shopping Centre (V&A) provides an international shopping experience like no other. There is also a wide variety of markets and malls throughout the city and its suburbs.
And So Much More
And if that’s not enough to keep you busy, be sure to add these activities and sights to your Cape Town holiday:
- Cape Point
- Green Market Square
- Lion’s Head
- Shark Cage Diving
- South African Maritime Museum
- Two Oceans Aquarium
- Yacht Charters
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