10 Things to do in Cape Town this summer

Cape Town is packed to capacity during the summer months. Our Travel Concierge, Andile, put together a list of activities that will give you a new city experience. A great insider tip to avoiding the crowds this summer!

Chat to our Travel Concierge or our Guest Relations team to find out more about each activity.

  • Instead of going to the beach to just lie on it, how about giving ‘Stand Up Paddling’ a try?
  • Why go to Signal Hill for a view of the city? Get a bird’s eye view of the city with a paragliding experience!
  • Why just picnic in Kirstenbosch Gardens? Take in the best of South African music with a summer concert in the garden while having a picnic.
  • Why not get a new perspective of the popular beaches? Try it from the water by hiring a yacht!
  • Why walk down the Promenade? Get some exercise and hire a bicycle. A great activity for the whole family!
  • Why drive yourself around Cape Town? Let More Private Travel Tours guide you to the best sights.
  • Why take the cable car up Table Mountain? Stretch those legs and brave the mountain on foot.img_3445
  • Why wait for your safari to see birds? Head over to Boulders beach to watch the penguins in their natural habitat.
  • Why only taste wine in the winelands? Combine it with an activity such as the Vegenoegd Duck Run or the Blauwklippen Family Market.list-idea-3-2
  • Why go straight to your hotel after dinner? Take a detour down Adderly Street and see the Cape Town Christmas lights

The listed activities are facilitated through third party suppliers and prices are available on request.

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