Want to get even deeper under the city’s skin? Try one of our Experiences to really see Capetown like a local.

Want to get even deeper under the city’s skin? Try one of our Experiences to really see Capetown like a local.

Cape Peninsula Tours

Spectacular sights of the Cape Peninsula’s are in sight with great sites like Camps Bay, Chapmans Peak, Cape Point, Boulders Beach, Muizenberg and so much more.

*Feel free to bring a picnic basket for the park

Street Art Walking Tour

We meet the locals and experience Cape Town’s subcultures, learn about the artists, their message and different techniques used. Walking you through individual pieces as well as giving you an overview of these colourful pieces to experience first-hand just how street art is changing the perspective in these local communities.

The Black Route Walking Tour

City tour highlights: Bo-Kaap, Grand Parade, Castle of Good Hope, Slave Lodge, Parliament building, St Georges Cathedral, Company Gardens, Apartheid benches, Berlin Wall, Green Market Square and the Old Slave Church

Sunrise Walk & Meditation

The perfect balance of relaxation and adventure.

Cape Town Tandem Paragliding Flight

We offer fun, exhilarating and professional Instructional Tandem Paragliding Flights in one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

It is by far probably one of the best things to do when visiting Cape Town! Enjoy a birds-eye view of the Atlantic Seaboard, Robben Island and off course our very own natural Wonder of the World, Table Mountain.

Sometimes, it only takes one flight to put things in life into perspective. Just about everyone who flies with us are all smiles when we return to mother earth! The deep feelings coming all over you, resonates with your heart, fills your soul with wonder and awakens your mind!

Braai Night CPT

Join us at the braai area on the patio overlooking the swimming pool, perfect way to unwind and meet other curious travelers.

Gentle Yoga

Yoga session for all levels.

Kaskazi Kayak Trip

We operate from the beach at Three Anchor Bay where all our kayaks are stored. From Three Anchor Bay we embark on a 3 – 5 km journey either towards Granger Bay or Bantry Bay.

The view of Signal Hill, Lion’s Head, Table Mountain and the 12 Apostles is unforgettable. Uninterrupted views of our spectacular mountain range and the sea breeze will leave you feeling rejuvenated and hungry to taste more of what the Mother City has to offer.

The trip to Granger Bay takes us past the Green Point Lighthouse, the wrecks of the Seafarer and RMS Athens and to one of the favourite hangouts for our endemic Heaviside’s dolphins. They are common companions to our trips – particularly on summer mornings.

Booking is essential and all trips are weather dependent. Make sure you are contactable on the mobile number you supplied when booking. If we have to cancel, we will notify you by text message an hour before start time.

Please note our cancellation policy states 24 hours notice. If a “no show” occurs, a 100% forfeit

Please be at the beach 15 minutes before the activity starts

Urban Xplorer

Experience the vibrant neighborhood of Woodstock and famous street art scene, go for a guided cycle tour in Cape Town’s biggest township, do the epic Chapman’s Peak Drive and visit the iconic colourful huts on Muizenberg Beach. Each experience offers a unique perspective on life in the Mother City. We make use of local guides in Woodstock and Khayelitsha and support local businesses along the way.

There is no tour like it and it’s the perfect way to truly experience Cape Town.

West Coast Day Trip

This day trip is aimed at those who don’t have much time to spare but want to learn a bit about the West Coast.

Blaauwberg Beach:
The best place to get that perfect shot of our iconic Table Mountain. (voted the top Instagram spot in South Africa)

Atlantis Sand Dunes:
Nature is at the heart of all of our trips, we begin the day at the Atlantis Dunes and explore their beauty on a guided walk.

!Khwa ttu San Heritage Centre:
We always aim to share our history and culture with guests. This tour does exactly that, it explores San culture and allows you to go back in time to gain a greater understanding of the history and culture of our first people. (Lunch and Guided tour included).

West Coast National Park:
A stop at the West Coast National Park is a must when visiting the area. During Spring the area is coloured by the beautiful wild flowers that are unique to this region. Highlights include the Langebaan lagoon and a possible swim if conditions are good, so pack that costume and join us for a day on the West Coast! (Entry included).

Cross Country Tandem Flight in the Winelands

Cross Country tandem flight

Cape Hope Paragliding are offering all the adventure lovers out there a chance to enjoy a fun and exhilarating Cross Country tandem Paragliding flight. On this type of flight we try to fly as far as possible, normally between 10-30 km in an hour (depending on the weather conditions). Experience a true Adventure of being able to fly like the Eagles do. In suitable weather conditions we use thermals to climb as high as possible and explore the area around us by gliding towards the next thermal.

That’s it: cross-country flying! – the ultimate dream of all gliding, hangliding and paragliding pilots. Why? Because it’s different. Because it makes you think, sense, imagine, smile…Some compare it to playing chess in the sky, and the reward is the beauty you’ll find and the freedom you’ll feel.

Expect to be occupied for about an hour and a half to two hours. Flight time is anything between 30 minutes to an hour and requires excellent thermic flying conditions. If the flight is shorter than 15 minutes we will drive you back to the take off area and take off again without any additional costs.

Sometimes, it only takes one flight to put things in life into perspective. Just about everyone who flies with us are all smiles when we return to mother earth! The deep feelings coming all over you, resonates with your heart, fills your soul with wonder and awakens your mind!

Day trip to the Winelands with a Wine Appreciation Tour

Guests are picked up at their accommodation in Cape Town early morning (from 7:30) with a transfer bus.
Arrive in Robertson where you will be welcomed by our Tour Guide and hop-over onto a more spacious open-air safari vehicle
to start your all inclusive Wine Appreciation Tour (10:00 – 17:00).

The Wine Appreciation Tour:
All wine enthusiasts, hop on-board for an entertaining and educational day tour that will enrich your understanding and appreciation for the unique art of wine making, to discover the story inside the bottle. This interactive tour showcase some of the most unique and must-do activities at 5 wine estates in the Robertson Wine Valley.
Stop 1: Start the day with an exclusive terroir and cellar tour by an exceptionally passionate winemaker that will give you a good understanding of the South African wine-making process.
Stop 2: We move onto a taste the difference experience in a historic underground Kuip. Here you can enjoy a vertical wine-tasting, paired with preserves, art & music, while discovering the taste impact of normal vs crystal glass.
Stop 3: Pack a picnic-style lunch to enjoy on a relaxing boat cruise down the Breede River.
Stop 4: Next you will discover the inner-winemaker in you, by blending, bottling and labeling your very own wine creation to take home.
Stop 5: We end the day with desert – a variety of wine and food pairing platters to select from.

Transport back to your Cape Town accommodation for arrival at about 19:30

Green Point Free Walking Tour

Our first stop is Greenpoint Park, a beautifully landscaped area with a fascinating past. This park was once the site of the Green and Sea Point Common, a grazing ground for cattle during the early colonial period. It later became a military camp during the Anglo-Boer War, serving as a holding area for prisoners of war.

Speaking of prisoners of war, our next destination is the Breakwater Prison. Located just a short walk from the park, this imposing structure played a significant role in Cape Town’s history. Built in the mid-19th century, the prison housed convicts who were involved in the construction of the breakwater, which protected the city’s harbor. It remained operational until the early 1990s and is now a National Monument.

Continuing our journey, we make our way to the Somerset Hospital. This historic medical facility has served the community since 1864 and has witnessed many significant events throughout the years. During World War II, it played a crucial role as a military hospital, treating injured soldiers. The hospital has since undergone various renovations and expansions but still retains its original charm.

As we stroll through the streets of Greenpoint, keep an eye out for the remnants of its maritime past. This area was once a bustling port, with ships from all around the world docking in its harbor. Look for old warehouses and waterfront buildings that hint at its maritime heritage.

Our tour also takes us to the Greenpoint Lighthouse, a beacon of light that has guided ships to safety for over a century. Built in 1824, it was the first solid lighthouse structure in South Africa. Standing proudly atop Signal Hill, it offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and the cityscape.

Lastly, don’t miss the opportunity to explore the vibrant Greenpoint Stadium. Although primarily known for hosting major sporting events, this iconic venue has a remarkable story. It was specially constructed for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, marking an important milestone in South Africa’s history and showcasing the country’s ability to host international events.

As we conclude our historical walking tour of Greenpoint, Cape Town, we hope you’ve gained a deeper appreciation for the neighborhood’s rich past and cultural significance. From the Greenpoint Park and Breakwater Prison to the Somerset Hospital and Greenpoint Lighthouse, each stop has illuminated a different chapter in this area’s fascinating history. Enjoy the rest of your time in Cape Town!


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