The festive season is upon us and Cape Town will be receiving many visitors over the next few weeks! Here are some great ways to entertain your visitors, or yourself this coming Festive Season:
The Two Oceans Aquarium is turning 23 years old, and they want to share their ocean treasures with you by inviting you to visit the Aquarium for free on your birthday!
An African sunset from the top of one of the world’s New7Wonders of Nature is a truly spectacular sight. The Table Mountain Sunset Special has returned, and locals can enjoy this experience at half-price!
On 3 October, Cape Point hosted few amazing social media influencers to experience Cape Point and to launch their new summer campaign: #BeTheFirst.
Battery Park is a new urban park that forms the gateway to the V&A Waterfront. When it is completed in October 2018, it will integrate Cape Town’s CBD and the V&A Waterfront through a series of pedestrian routes, including one alongside the canal. Visitors to the park will also be able to engage in a range of outdoor recreation, entertainment and retail activities in various levels of public spaces.
If you are looking for enthralling entertainment this summer season in Cape Town, don’t despair, the Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts 2018/2019 returns on Sunday 18 November 2018 to Sunday 31 March 2019. The concert series which is hosted at a world heritage site, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, will undoubtedly be the highlight of Cape Town’s Sunday events.
The School Holidays are here, we are marching towards Summer and the Cape Town Big 6 has a lot to offer locals and visitors to the Mother City. Here are the Top Events at the Cape Town Big 6 this October: Table Mountain Cableway, Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden, Robben Island, V&A Waterfront, Cape Point, and Groot Constantia.
Audio walking tours are a great way for visitors to explore selected attractions in the Mother City in their own time. All you need is the mobile app for iPhones and Android devices. It uses your location to play audio automatically and includes offline maps. Just put on your headphones and you’re ready to explore.