What to do in and around Cape Town can be endless, whether you are an outdoor type of person looking for a thrill or someone more concerned with the hip and happening social scene of the City night life. Take a trip to Table Mountain by either hiking up the rocky mountain side or enjoying the spectacular view from the cable car. Discover Robben Island and be led into the cell where Nelson Mandela spent 27 years of his life as a political prisoner or drive out to Cape Point where you can spend the day at the Cape Peninsula National Park and most likely come across a family of baboons happily living their lives in this beautiful setting.
For the shopaholic, what to do in and around Cape Town is not a problem at all as there are a range of high-end shopping malls such as Canal Walk, Cavendish Square, Tyger Valley and the V&A Waterfront to name just a few, all offering countless shops and restaurants. If you want to catch up on your history and culture, make a stop at one of the museums and historical places of interest or even an African Craft Market. Take the kids for a trip to the aquarium to see all the SA coastal fish and animals. For something a bit more laid back Kirstenbosch Gardens offers you the opportunity to stroll through one of the most beautiful locations this country has to offer. You could take a tour through the Winelands tasting wine at one of the many wine farm estates found in the Cape region.
How about a relaxing game of golf? Cape Town has some of the finest golf courses the world has to offer with sweeping views of the ocean and mountains. If it’s an adrenalin rush you are after then try your hand at any of the water sports such as deep sea fishing, scuba diving, surfing or even shark cage diving out at Gaansbaai or Mossel Bay further up the East Coast. Whoever you are and whatever your tates and preferences, you will not be left wondering what to do in and around the city of Cape Town South Africa.