We now also organise TREASURE HUNTS for kids. Contact us or check out our first one in CAPE TOWN!

  1. Follow the footsteps of Gundi, Anya, Hanks and the smoking ghost: climb up Table Mountain from, for instance, Kirstenbosch gardens (or take the cable car) and walk up to one of the remote overnight accommodations. BBQ ("braai") in the sunset and play games by a campfire. Hike down the next morning.

  2.  Drive around the Cape (possibly trying to find Hanks) and pass by Chapman's Peak (named after John Chapman) and the penguins in Simon's Town. On the way it is worthwhile to stop at one of the weekend markets (beware of the fat food ghost, Max!).

  3. Surf, bodyboard and enjoy the playground of Muizenberg Beach. Have a walk along the coast to Kalk Bay and visit the many antique shops and cafes.

  4.  At the Waterfront, you can choose between many child-friendly activities such as boat tours, the aquarium, or fun with mineral stones.

  5. Let the kids run at the Constantia vineyards (insider family tip: simply get a picnic blanket if there is no table available). You may also consider the climbing paradise for more action-seeking kids.

  6. For longer stays, many places in the surrounding area are also worthwhile: camping in the Cederberg, learning to kitesurf in Langebaan or enjoying the West Coast National Park are only a few options. Whale tours in Hermanus or bike rides in Franschhoek are also great fun for kids.


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