Cape town is an amazing place in South Africa to enjoy a lot of activities. There is a real cultural and natural beauty. So I would like to advice you about activities, which you cannot miss.
The most beautiful beaches in Cape Town
You have to go to Camps bay, Clifton, Llandudno and Muizenberg. At most of them, you can do surfing, kayaking, swimming, play volleyball, football and tanning.
The most athletic activities in Cape Town
You have to hike Table Mountain and have a drink at the top during the sunset. It is a really good experience even if it is difficult, you will be so proud of yourself and the view is just incredible. You can climb Lion’s head or Devils peak too.
The funniest experience in Cape Town
You can taste pretty good wines in Cape Town. If you are a wine lover, it is possible to taste some of it in Constantia but there are other wine tasting farms in Durbanville and Helderberg. For another experience, you can go to Stenllenbosch or Franschhoek, outside the city. The perfect option is to choose 4 or 5 estates that tickle your fancy and just have fun.
The most relaxing experience in Cape Town
Do you love nature and garden? Kirstenbosch is a beautiful place to walk in nature and have a quiet moment. It is a big and amazing garden with a canopy, waterfalls, and a place for concerts. You can enjoy live shows on Sundays or enjoy an open-air cinema. It’s definitively a place that you can’t miss.
The most amazing experience in Cape Town
If you have enough time to do the Garden Route, it is just a beautiful experience. You leave Cape Town for 3 days and you can discover the beauty of the south coast, you can go to George and experience an amazing tour.You can kayak, hike, swim in waterfalls, do the highest bungee jumping of South Africa, enjoy a Safari and discover an elephant sanctuary.
Obviously, it is just some ideas and there are a lot of other activities to experience in Cape Town. In my opinion, it is the best city ever because you cannot get bored, especially in Summer whether it is day or night.You will always have something to do, so come on and join us in South Africa.
Article written by Julie from France, student and intern in Cape Town.