Experience Cape Town: Fun Things To Do In Cape Town


In a city as notable as Cape Town, it shouldn’t be surprising that there’s always a number of things to do in Cape Town.

If you’re planning a vacation, cape town should be your top choice for it.

While I refuse to believe there’s anyone who has not heard about Cape Town, I won’t be completely surprised if there is.

Cape Town is known for being one of South Africa’s capital cities. But over time, it has gained international fame because of its rich history, dynamite culture and all it has to offer.

There’s never a shortage of fun things to do in cape town; from visiting Robben Island to catching a cable car up Table Mountain – there’s always something for everyone in this beautiful city.

Fun Things To Do In Cape Town

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Tour Cape Peninsula

The best part of Cape Peninsula is the literally the amount of things you get to do here.

You have a variety of mouth watering restaurants, beautiful beaches, nature reserves and all sorts of activities for outdoors-men and lovers of water sports on the itinerary.

The natural landscapes, beautiful beaches and idyllic beauty of Cape Peninsula add to the overall effect this place offers.

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Visit The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront

If the Cape Peninsula is too ‘outdoors-y’ for you then maybe the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is just want you’re looking for.

Events, fun activities, restaurant and shops exist only in surplus here.

The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront has over 450 retail outlets, selling everything from jewelry, entertainment equipment, fashion items and housewares.

The Waterfront is easily one of the South Africa’s most popular shopping locale. Both international and local brands can be easily found here.

Regardless of your taste or budget, there’s no need to worry; the diversity in the shops found here caters to everyone.

The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is home to some of the best restaurants in Cape Town as well. With over 80 eateries, that shouldn’t be surprising.

The V&A Waterfront restaurants boasts menus from all over the world.

So if you’re looking for a fast food spot or fine dining – the restaurants here are for everyone.

Again, regardless of your taste and budget – you will not find yourself short of choice.

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Have A Drink At The Orphanage Cocktail Emporium

What’s the best thing to do after a day of seeing the best Cape Town has to Offer? Have a drink, of course.

What better place to have amazing drinks than at Orphanage Cocktail emporium?

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The Orphanage Cocktail Emporium is definitely the best place to stop if you appreciate a quirky atmosphere and a fun, colorful ambiance. Located at the city centre, diners are rewarded with the opportunity to appreciate expertly made cocktails.

However, you cannot just call what is served here ‘cocktails’; to keep up with the whimsical themes, the beverages here are referred to as elixirs, portions or an alchemy of drinks.

Wines, ales, beer and champagnes are also served at this wonderful Emporium.

Explore Robben Island

Robben Island is an interesting fixture in South African history.

This island not only served as a prison to Nelson Mandela but to two other South African Presidents – Kgalema Motlanthe and Jacob Zuma.

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Located at the Table Bay in Cape Town, this historical site will no doubt appeal to history lovers or anyone intrigued by South Africa’s history.

Robben Island has also be been classified as both a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a South African National Heritage Site too.

The Island is actually one of the most famous Islands as well as one of the oldest prisons in South Africa.

Founded in the 17th century, the first ever prisoner is wildly believed to Autshumato – a Strandloper leader who also worked as an interpreter for the Europeans which settled on Cape Good.

For years after, the Island held some of the most important political prisoners in South African history.

Despite being a marine hazard, the historic sites remains a positive beacon for others as a result of stories like that of Nelson Mandela.

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The fact that Cape Town continues to attract millions of visitors yearly who always leave with full hearts and worthwhile experiences is proof in itself that South Africa will always have so much to offer the world. Thankfully, you can never run out of things to do in Cape Town.

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