Monkey Town Primate Centre

Tammy, Ruby and Sunny are three of the hundreds of animals who have found a home at the Monkey Town Primate Centre in Somerset West. The three chimpanzee sisters take delight in entertaining guests.

There are 230 animals, 28 exotic species, khoi ponds, birds and small antelope, who are all cared for by dedicated staff. Take a tour via an enclosed walkway through their living space, a huge enclosure where the animals are allowed to roam freely.

Some of the animals include hamadryas baboons, squirrel monkeys and chimpanzees.

After enjoying a guided tour, refreshments are sold at the fully licensed restaurant, and children can enjoy themselves at the play park or swim in the pool. A large braai and picnic area is also available.

 

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.

Dine-with-a-Local

Dine-with-a-Local is an exciting alternative to eating out in regular Cape Town restaurants and is not only passionate about local cuisine. Our passion also carries through to the visitors received in the culturally diverse South Africa.

Proudly Macassar Pottery

Proudly Macassar Pottery is a social enterprise, situated in an old tavern building in Macassar, Cape Town. We use the production of clay UDU drums and flutes to create a space for at-risk youths from the surrounding community to discover themselves and a purposeful, sustainable and economically empowered lifestyle.

High-Five

Kite surfing is exploding in popularity all over the world and with its combo of consistent winds and perfect spots Cape Town, which is known as Mecca to Kitesurfers, is THE place to find out what the craze is all about.

With lessons running daily from our international team of experienced and qualified instructors we will have you up and riding safely in no time at all, people of all ages can learn!

Cape Town Watersports

Feel Like a Local… Not a Tourist

Cape Town has become one of the world’s top watersports destinations. People come for windsurfing, kiteboarding, surfing and stand up paddle boarding and because it’s a great place to bring the family.

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