Staying home doesn’t necessarily mean staying indoors. The restrictions on global travel is a wonderful opportunity for holiday makers to explore their homeland and Cape Town, a repeated award-winning destination is here and open.

Visit and explore the beauty and diversity of the many affordable and world-class attractions that Cape Town and the Western Cape has to offer.  Take advantage of our beautiful natural and cultural assets since the Western Cape is also a family friendly, value for-money holiday destination.


E Bike (Electronic bicycle) will take you back to your childhood, care free rides even if you’re out of shape. All you need is to maintain your balance. Explore Table Mountain dirt roads, cross country vines in different parts of the winelands, do a small mountain challenge or take to the sand dunes.

Tandem paragliding is available in Cape Town off the top of Signal Hill and along the N2, off the top of Sir Lowry’s Pass.

E bike or Sandboarding on the Atlantis Dunes is a great experience for teenagers and young adults to upskill their existing abilities and add a holiday dimension to their everyday leisure.

Cobra drives to and on the many scenic roads. A romantic excursion in specially built 2-seater, V8 engine cars. Book with or without a driver and do as the Cape Doctor ordered, take in the fresh air all along the way.

Also on the romantic trip pallet you can jump onto a motorcycle with a sidecar attached. Take a full day trip or cruise into the sunset with a group of friends.

Township tours, City and Winelands towns Walking Tours is a wonderful opportunity to bring school history lessons to life.

Specially curated tours for photographers are offered by interest. From panoramic views to exploring hidden corners with special details and perspectives.

Private gourmet tours with specific focus: food, wine, coffee and sweets. While the Loire Valley and Tuscany are on a ban, get yourself to those establishments that global Condé Nast browsers can only dream of.

Art tours to galleries and studios in different parts of the city and in the winelands will allow you to discover local talent and stories and indulge in the beauty of South African creativity.

Zipline in Ceres, Constantia or over the ocean in the one of a kind, recently launched Mossel Bay Zipline.

Safari, just differently – although not using the term in the names, quite a few of the best safari options in the Western Cape have the characteristic of a resort, giving you a chance to enjoy a full board and activities around the clock in safe environments that allows people to roam freely.



Seal snorkeling, shark cage diving, fishing and mammal spotting are offered out of any harbour that surrounds Cape Town. You keep telling yourself that you have to try it one day. The day has arrived.

Kayak with penguins or to secluded bays and beaches. This is probably the one activity that has it all: fun, a good workout, cuteness and romantic.

Water bike in Simon’s Town or Stand Up Paddle (SUP) boarding on the quiet harbour water at the Waterfront. These two non-motorized activities do not emit emissions and are sustainable eco-adventures.


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