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Keeping kids entertained during the holidays is a difficult job. Experienced parents know that when kids are kept inside too long they start to get a little crazy. If the only experience your little ones have with animals is Peppa Pig, then it’s time to broaden their horizons and let them get close and personal with Mother Nature’s majestic, weird,…

Rush has over 30,000 square feet of adventure, excitement and challenges. Perfect for all ages, our wall-to-wall, interconnected trampolines will get your heart pumping and your face smiling.

Birds of Eden is an avian sanctuary and protected piece of paradise that sits under a two hectare dome, the largest in the world. The uniquely tall and massive dome offers a safe oasis to over 3500 birds in a gorge of indigenous forest. While you’d be visiting Birds of Eden to see the birds, the sanctuary also offers other ...

Bugz Family Playpark will be a hit with the little ones and is the ultimate Cape Town playground! With two large sandpits, jungle gyms, slides, swings, treehouses, a castle and an obstacle course, your kids will learn while they play. All activities and rides are designed to develop balance, coordination, imagination and about getting along with others.

A family-run business in operation since 1996, the Cape Point Ostrich Farm is found a mere 400m from the entrance to the Cape Point. This Cape Town ostrich farm has guided tours around the grounds with knowledgeable staff educating visitors about this, the largest flightless bird in the world.

It doesn’t matter if you have roots in the Mother City, or if you’re just visiting with the family, Cape Town Kids is your go-to advice giver when it comes to keeping busy bodies entertained. Cape Town Kids offers the ultimate guide to parent-friendly, and more importantly child-friendly, places to stay, eat at, and see.

From the simple act of pulling a coin from behind your ear to the classic hat trick, be astounded by the diverse pupils of the College of Magic as they bring to you the marvels of their craft. If you attend, you will have the chance to learn magic in Cape Town too!

Cool Runnings is the only toboggan track in Africa, and with sunny skies and warm temperatures, these toboggans definitely aren’t running on the traditional snow and ice. Instead, Cool Runnings toboggans run on a stainless steel track, each seating one or two people. Your ride starts with a pull up a steep grassy slope by a hook at the ...

Experience the brilliance of South African wildlife from the comfort of a saddle at Pete’s Adventure Farm. From astride your docile mount, you will indulge in the serenity and beauty of this Stellenbosch horse riding adventure as you spot many different animals in this wildlife sanctuary.

Ratanga Junction is an incredible theme park in Cape Town, offering rollercoasters and water rides that will be sure to get the heart beating a mile a minute. With more than 30 fun-filled attractions, your day will be filled to the brim with screams of delight and adventure.

These creatures may not be native to this part of the world, but they sure do present a wonderful site in the shade of Table Mountain. This Cape Town alpaca farm offers hot cups of coffee, fantastic cakes, a petting zoo as well as numerous handcrafted alpaca products.

A wild and fun scavenger hunt that is an exciting and dynamic activity bringing people together to experience the top destinations in the city and surrounds. The game is amusing, innovative, educational and immersive and played via an app on smartphones that are provided.

The Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet with great triumph at the southern tip of Africa, and where better place to celebrate the diverse marine life in these two vast habitats than where it all comes together in Cape Town - at the V&A Waterfront. Here, the Two Oceans Aquarium showcases the different oceans’ wildlife through interactive displays and over 3 000 ...

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