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Cape Town is one of the hottest cities in the world – both literally and figuratively! Voted one of the top cities in the world to visit by leading travel publications, our African sunshine will offer you a warm welcome no matter what time of the year you choose to visit. Here is a list of 10 activities we recommend during your visit to our city.

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CLIMB TABLE MOUNTAIN

Certified as one of the world’s 7 Wonders of Nature, life in the city of Cape Town happens under the watchful eye of our iconic mountain. Whether you’re keen on a leisurely stroll up Signal Hill to watch the sun set or a more challenging hike through Skeleton Gorge, there’s a trail that’s perfect for you.

WATCH A RUGBY MATCH AT NEWLANDS

Watching a match at Newlands Stadium is a right of passage for any rugby fan. The stadium is the oldest rugby stadium in South Africa and the second oldest in the world. In its almost 130 year history, it has seen some of the rugby world’s most epic battles and it is also the home of our provincial rugby teams – the Stormers and Western Province. It is also the venue for Cape Town-based SuperRugby matches.

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VISIT ROBBEN ISLAND

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is an unmissable experience for any visitor to Cape Town. Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 years of imprisonment on this notorious island, along with some of history’s most notable anti-Apartheid activists.

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PARAGLIDE OFF SIGNAL HILL

Ready for the flight of a lifetime? Leap into the unknown and fly across the pristine beaches of Camps Bay and the enjoy the bustling cityscapes below. A tandem paraglide off Signal Hill is a unique and unforgettable way to see Cape Town from a different point of view.

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SHOP TIL YOU DROP AT THE V&A WATERFRONT

With more than 450 stores, restaurants, bars and activities, you could easily spend your entire holiday in Cape Town exploring the V&A Waterfront. Max your credit cards, enjoy a visit to the Springbok Experience Museum or sip champagne on a sunset yacht cruise.

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DIVE WITH GREAT WHITE SHARKS

Getting up-close and personal with these majestic predators is one of those stories you will share with your grandchildren someday. Combine this death-defying, adrenaline-filled experience with a leisurely trip to Seal Island.

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ENJOY A GATSBY

Big night out? You need a Gatsby. A carb-lovers dream, this traditional dish is workman’s fast food and a delicious cure for your aching head and hungry tummy. Not for the small appetite!

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RIDE A HARLEY DAVIDSON AROUND CHAPMAN'S PEAK

Chapman’s Peak Drive has been voted one of the world’s most spectacular drives and what better way to enjoy it than on the back of a powerful Harley Davidson motorcycle?

SIP A COCKTAIL ON CAMPS BAY BEACH

After a hard day of training, nothing beats a cocktail or two while enjoying the last of the sunshine hours over Camps Bay beach. After the sun has set, the strip turns into a vibrant nightspot with an endless selection of clubs and restaurants.

SAMPLE THE BEST CAPE WINES

Napoleon didn’t ask for South African wines to be shipped to St Helena because he liked the label! Home to some of the world’s top wines, spend a few days exploring the city’s lucious vineyards and wine estate restaurants.