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March 27, 2013

Where Would You Rather Be Wednesdays: top outdoor and adventure spots in Cape Town

Horse riding along Noordhoek's Long Beach is just one of the things we'd rather be doing in Cape Town this Wednesday. Photo courtesy of gnomeza

If, like me, you wish you could be out in nature this Wednesday, enjoying the great outdoors and the exhilarating adventure activities sunny Cape Town has to offer, then you’re in good company, my Mother City-loving friends.

Off the top of my head, I can think of several places I’d rather be – reading a book while people-watching in the Company’s Garden; enjoying a run through Tokai forest before having a champagne breakfast at the Rhodes Memorial restaurant; or getting a bird’s-eye view of the city with Cape Town Helicopter Tours.

Here’s what a few of you had to say last Wednesday:

St James is great!! You'll always return once you've been there! But today, the beach at Noordhoek would be my choice! Preferably on horseback. And then afterwards off to a late seafood lunch, or sunset dinner, at the Camel Rock restaurant in Scarborough!” Knut Espen Arnesen

Kite surfing at Table View beach AND massage at SIAM Thai Massage... But hey, that’s just my wishful thinking”. – JohnDoeSA

“Shark Cage Diving in Gansbaai with Great White Sharks with Shark Diving Unlimited.” – Renier

Sea Point...Blouberg...just anywhere! Cape Town is basking in magnificence today! Love her!!!” Venetia Amore Solomons

Do I really need to remind you of all of the awesome ways you can let me know about Where You Would Rather Be this Wednesday? OK, let’s run through it again:

  • Get posting: See that "Leave a message" button below this article? Hit it and post your fantasy place to be today.
  • Like it and share: When you see the gorgeous pic of Where We’d Rather Be, on our Facebook page, hit the like button, leave a comment and share it with your friends.
  • Make like a bird and tweet: Tag us in your suggestions and image posts on Twitter with @CapeTownTourism. And remember to use the #lovecapetown hashtag.
  • Electronic snail mail works too: Drop me a line at fb@capetown.travel about where you’d rather be ... and don’t forget to include your great images too.
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