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Besides it being a great way of getting from A to B, it’s also a relaxing way of seeing Cape Town’s varied scenes.The part of the journey between Muizenberg and Simon’s Town winds along the edge of the ocean and the views are brilliant.Website: Cost: It’s free to visit The Company’s Garden is situated right in the city centre of Cape Town.It was planted by the Dutch East India Company in 1652 to produce fresh fruit and vegetables for the ships that were sailing along the spice trade route between Europe and the East Indies, via Cape Town.Try the banana bread bunny chow – a banana bread mini loaf filled with macadamia chocolate spread and ice cream for R48. Website: Cost: Free This weekly event starts at Queens Beach Parking lot (the last parking lot along the Promenade before you get to Bantry Bay) at 6pm every Monday night and is a fun way to explore the Sea Point Promenade.You will need something that skates – skateboard, longboard, rollerblades, roller-skates or even a BMX – in order to get the most out of this.The Creamery is a local company and all the ice-cream is made with organic, locally sourced products.
Sleds accommodate up to two people, so the little ones can go with Mum or Dad.
Buy the hop-on, hop-off ticket and stop at Muizenberg for a surf; Kalky’s in Kalk Bay for some mouth-watering fish and chips; and Simonstown for a trip to Boulders Beach for a visit with the penguins (this visit to the penguins will cost extra).
More Info: Cape Town Train Times Cost: R12 entry for adults and R6 for kids Rondevlei is an unexpected treasure situated within the Cape Town suburb of Grassy Park, about 20 min drive from the city centre.
Did you know that you could scratch for these gems yourself right here in Cape Town?
The Scratch Patch and Mineral World at both the V&A Waterfront and in Simonstown is a cool way to dig for your own beautiful gems.