Are you looking for fun things to do in Cape Town today?
Well look no further, the team and I have brainstormed and we have put together a list of the most unique, adventurous and fun things to do in Cape Town today!
Let’s get started.
1. Kitesurfing Lessons in Cape Town, Bloubergstrand.
If it’s windy and sunny at the same time, learning how to kitesurf is probably one of the most fun things to do in Cape Town today!
There are many different courses you can take, but we would reccommend the 3 day course. In this course you will learn all about the wind, the ocean and how kitesurfers do what they do. In our opinion kitesurfing is an extremely life changing activity to take up.
In the words of the great Robby Naish; “Kitesurfing has to be one of the best travel and adventure sports of all time. It’s an incredible vehicle for experiencing the world, and finding places that you’d never experience any other way.”Read more about this on Richard Branson’s Virgin website.
Call: 082 550 0076
2. Hike Table Mountain, On The Skeleton Gorge Route.
Skeleton Gorge is for sure one of the more fun things to do in Cape Town, on a hot summer’s day. Most of the route is shaded by tall indigenous jungle forest, so theres loads of protection from the scorching sun lurking above.
Whats even more awesome about this route, is once you reach the top at about 1086 m above sea level, there is large natural water catchment area waiting for you, perfect to cool off in! The hike will take you 4 – 6 hours, thus it does require a reasonable amount of fitness.
If you’d like a guide to accompany you up this breathtaking route, (pun intended) search no further than, Hike Addicts.
Call: 076 339 0215
3. Rent A Harley Davidson & Drive Along Chapmans Peak.
Yes this is one of our most random yet favourite things to do in Cape Town on a warm summers evening. Nothing beats the extraordinary views that Chapman’s Peak has to offer. I am sure anyone who has driven this route, can say the same.
Now it might seem restricted but actually, renting a Harley Davidson in Cape Town is pretty easy and we know just the place you need to go if you are interested in one! Rent a Hog offers exotic Harleys, some for only 450 ZAR/28 EURO a day!
Call: 076 420 3333
4. Step Back In Time At The Labia Movie Theatre.
Opened in May 16, 1949 the Labia Theatre is the oldest Independent Art-Repertory Cinema in South Africa. Showing independent movies, foreign films and other alternative and art circuit films. If you are looking for an authentic movie experience, or just a romantic night out with your loved one, then The Labia is just for you. Located on Orange street, Gardens in Cape Town city centre this night out will be a memorable one.
To view the current shows screening & their timetables, visit The Labia’s website here.
Call: 021 424 5927
5. Bounce Your Way Over To Rush, Cape Town’s Largest Trampoline Park.
Looking to feel superhuman for the day? Rush is the first of its kind not only in Cape Town, but in the whole of Africa! Rush features around 1700 square meters of wall to wall interconnected trampolines, including dodge-ball courts, a 18000 cube foam pit, hydraulic slam dunk basketball hoops, battle Beam and best of all a 4 meter high Performance Wall.
Certainly a unique experience that will keep you active for the day! To book your tickets, you can do so online or at the counter.
Call: 021 683 3841
This was our free guide on fun things to do in Cape Town today.
We hope this guide gave you some fresh ideas on what to do today. Cape Town is an incredibly awe-inspiring city, with major contrasts that are hard to find anywhere else in the world. We would like you to explore this city to the fullest, which is why we are working on a supersecret, downloadable free guide called, 121 Things to do in Cape Town.
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