With the extension of the school holidays and many livelihoods at risk, there are still tons of options to safely and responsibly support our tourism industry. Cape Townians are truly blessed to live in a city with the beautiful parks, the sea air and mountains in such proximity. We compiled a list of places to visit and things to do before the kids go back to school in February and while level 3 restrictions are in place.

The Food Hub at V&A Waterfront Makers Landing features local chefs serving anything from curries to locally produced cheese, koeksisters and coffee. Pop in for authentic fair such as braaivleis, koeksisters and traditional Zulu food with a western twist.

If you are bent on experiencing what the ocean has to offer despite the beach ban, you can still do so without breaking the rules. Visit Cape Point for beautiful vistas of the Atlantic Ocean from the lighthouse, lunch at the Two Oceans Restaurant or a hike in reserve.

The Kogelberg Nature Reserve is South Africa’s first biosphere reserve and a World Heritage site. The rugged and untamed beauty is like a balm for the soul, and the area is so vast that you are unlikely to bump into other visitors at proximity.

Do you need help to shape your local day-trip adventure? Our tour guides will not only get you to your destination and back in comfort, but you can also count on their knowledge to get the most of what Cape Town has to offer.