Other cool things to do in Cape Town

If you’re looking for things to do in Cape Town when you’re not skydiving at Skydive Two Oceans, here’s our Top 10 list – all affordable & easily accessible.

1. Take a walk on Table Mountain

Cost: Free (if not taking the cable car)

This mountain has walks at varying levels of difficulty – but whether at a gentle stroll, or more challenging hike – you’ll enjoy beautiful views of nature, the city bowl and its surrounding suburbs.

2. Go paragliding off Signal Hill or Lion’s Head

Cost: From R1150 for a tandem paraglide

Accompanied by highly trained professionals, this activity allows you to experience the thrill of running off a mountain and soaring gracefully with birds - while enjoying spectacular views of the Atlantic Seaboard, followed by landing at the popular Sea Point Promenade.

More Info: Paragliding in Cape Town

3. Go wine tasting in the Cape Winelands

Cost: Free to R50 per tasting

Visit beautiful and world-class wine farms in the Wellington, Paarl, Franschhoek and Stellenbosch areas – this is ideal as a post-skydiving activity.

4. Go to Boulders Beach

Cost: Free

Just past Simon’s Town, you’ll find this land-based colony of African Penguins. Enjoy the beautiful and sheltered beach where you can swim with penguins, surrounded by granite rocks.

5. Go kayaking from Three Anchor Bay

Experience Table Mountain, Sea Point and the City Bowl from a different angle. Encounter seals, whales, dolphins and penguins – while enjoying the tranquility of being on the water.

Cost: Free (Chapman's Peak Drive has a toll)

6. Take a drive around the Cape Peninsula

Explore Cape Point - the tip of the peninsula, and see the Cape’s first lighthouse. Visit the beautiful little towns of Scarborough, Noordhoek and Kommetjie, and drive along Chapmans Peak - arguably the most scenic stretch of road in the world.

7. Go snorkeling with seals in Hout Bay

Duiker Island, home to over 5 000 seals is where you’ll snorkel with these friendly and sociable animals – sharing in the beauty of their ocean home.

Cost: Free

8. Go whale watching in Hermanus

A small, seaside town just over an hour from Cape Town - known as a whale-watching destination. Best enjoyed between June and December.

9. Explore the Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve

There are day walks, overnight trails, hiking, kloofing, ziplining and mountain biking – all in a beautiful landscape covered in wild flowers.

10. Hire a surfboard or take a kitesurfing lesson in Big Bay

Cape Town is renowned for its South Easterly wind – known as the Cape Doctor - which makes Cape Town a hub for kitesurfing and windsurfing during the summer months.

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Jacques Liebenberg
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