Cape Town Tourism - Table Mountain

Activities

Mineral World – Scratch Patch

Brightly coloured gemstones, in mounds on the floor, can be seen as a celebration of Southern Africa’s mineral wealth. But for visitors to the Scratch Patch, it is an opportunity to find and own their own little gems.

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Monkey Town Primate Centre

Hundreds of primates in a natural environment, a play area for kids and a fully licensed restaurant are sure to keep you entertained for the entire day.

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Monkeyland and Birds Of Eden

A forest, alive with the sounds of hundreds of happy primates, allowed to roam and interact as they wish, is what makes Monkeyland a very special place. Visit the largest aviary dome in South Africa, home to hundreds of species of birds.

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Moonlightmass Bicycle Ride

The Moonlightmass Bicycle Ride is a casual monthly cycle that brings together hundreds of people, who ride for fun or a worthy cause. Started by Daniel Graham and Elad Kirshenbaum in January 2012 as a social experiment on Twitter, the ride takes place during full moon every month at 21h00. It’s a great opportunity to ride with like-minded people and see Cape Town at night.

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Mouille Point

Mouille Point, lying just north of Sea Point, is a well-heeled suburb with a number of cushy apartment blocks and short-term accommodation for tourists.

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Mowbray Golf Club

One of the best golf clubs in the country, Mowbray has played host to national competitions, is open for membership and offers a wide range of amenities.

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Muizenberg and Kalk Bay Theatres

Masque Theatre
The Masque Theatre is on the Main Road (M4) in Muizenberg. It regularly hosts plays, musicals, ballet recitals and comedy shows.

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NAC Makana

Cape Town Helicopter Flights & Tours

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Nature Discovery Tours

Quad bike trails are designed together with Cape Nature Conservation, to ensure an unusual and spectacular day outing in areas around Cape Town that are rarely visited.

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Neighbourgoods Market

The Neighbourgoods Market is housed in an old sky-lit Victorian warehouse and courtyard at the Old Biscuit Mill in the emerging industrial neighbourhood of Woodstock.

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Newlands Brewery

Newlands Brewery is the oldest operating brewery in South Africa. Originally called the Mariendahl Brewery, and later the Ohlssons Cape Brewery, it was founded on its current site in 1820 and has established a brewing tradition of quality and excellence that still continues.

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Night clubs

While Cape Town is beautiful by day, by night, it’s a city of energy, diversity and rhythm.

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Nitida Food Market

Set in the beautiful Durbanville Hills region of Cape Town, the Nitida “Degustazione” Farmers’ Market promises lovers of good food “something different and exciting” to eat.

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Noordhoek Beach horse riding

Noordhoek is popular for horse rides along a white, sandy beach that stretches for miles.

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Noordhoek Farm Village

Tucked under the welcome shade of massive oak trees at the southern end of Chapman’s Peak Drive lies the delightful Noordhoek Farm Village.

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Original T-bag Design Shop

Original T-Bag Designs was founded over ten years ago with the aim of creating sustainable jobs and giving a sense of self-worth to previously disadvantaged individuals,  from Imizamo Yethu Township in Hout Bay.

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Oude Molen Eco-Village and Millstone Farmstall and Café

The Oude Molen Eco-Village is located on the site known as Valkenberg East, near the Cape Town suburb of Pinelands. It’s nestled in large, park-like gardens bordered by sensitive wetlands lining the Black River.

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Palm Tree Mosque

Tucked in among restaurants, clubs and clothing stores in Cape Town’s fashionable Long Street is one of the city’s most enduring and historical spiritual spaces: the Palm Tree Mosque.

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Paragliding

It has long been a human dream to soar like a bird on lofty thermals – and paragliding comes pretty close. There couldn’t be a better place to experience the thrill of paragliding than high above the beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton, and the Twelve Apostles.

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Photography

Even if you don’t know much about photography or your camera, a photographic day tour in the Cape is the perfect way to learn how to use your camera and take some awesome photographs.

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