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Cape Peninsula Things to do

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Things to do in Cape Peninsula

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Robertson Art Gallery is a vibrant, contemporary and energetic space exhibiting the work of top...
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A hike up Elsie's Peak is well worth the short, sharp effort for the breathtaking and expansive...
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The traditional spit n’ sawdust vibe at the local pub, Fisherman’s, opposite the Kommetjie...
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Get aerial and go up in the cableway for awesome panoramic views of Cape Town - the most...
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Dating back to 1692, Rhebokskloof Wines is beautifully positioned in between the granite hills of...
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Saronsberg Theatre is the warm heart of theatre and music in the Tulbagh Winelands, offering a...
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The Dikkop Trail is a 13 km circular walk through the dunes and fynbos and a 2 km walk along the...
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Head up Signal Hill to see the the oldest guns in daily use in the world! Cape Town’s oldest living...
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Willowbridge Shopping Centre offers wonderful homestores and antique shops, designer stores,...
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Okay, so Cape Point is not the place where the Atlantic meets the Indian Ocean and neither is it...
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One of the New7Wonders of Nature, Table Mountain is the centrepiece of the Table Mountain National...
Experience a thrilling race of Blokart land sailing in Muizenberg. A blokart is a light-weight and...
Situated in the corner where the rather wild northern shore meets the rocky but well populated...
Planet Kids is a large indoor and outdoor play and activity centre featuring exciting custom-made...
Down South Scuba is a PADI dive centre and shop based in Muizenberg. All PADI courses are on offer...
Considered a cultural gem in the heart of Muizenberg, the Masque Theatre is home to a handful of...
If you wanted to learn to surf back in the day, you’d have to find a board and figure it out for...
Built in 1929 to reflect the spirit of 18th century Venice, Casa Labia is the former Muizenberg...
This is one of the easier walks in the area and is very popular among the locals, especially over...
The path starts on Boyes Drive above St James – look for the Ou Kraal sign. Take the left-hand path...
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