Table Mountain Hike & Urban Cape Town Adventure Experience

Iconic experience in Cape Town, South Africa

A day of contrasts exploring on foot the fascinating stories that tell Cape Town’s history and modern day make up, engaging and overlooked by so many. Hike up Table Mountain, see the Bo-Kaap and end the day stand-up paddle boarding.

Theme
Adventure & Sports
Duration
Full day
Groups
Yes

Table Mountain Hike & Urban Cape Town Adventure Experience

Start the day in the most exciting and active way possible - you will summit Table Mountain on a hike! Enjoy the fauna and flora and the breath-taking views on your way to the top and once you reach the peak, take in the 360-degree views while tracking Dassies (Mountain Rock Rabbits) that can often be spotted on the table top. Depending on your fitness levels, this hike will take between 2 to 2.5 hours to reach the summit.

After the exhilarating hike, you will head to the vibrant Bree Street, known for its gastronomic delights on offer, for a well-deserved lunch at one of the local restaurants or cafes. From there we hike to the colourful Bo Kaap, walking along the cobble stoned streets to experience a lively suburb filled with brightly coloured houses from as early as the seventeenth century, Muslim saint shrines and many beautiful Mosques.

We then head off to Sea Point to explore the 11 art installations that tackle subjects ranging from Rhino conservation to the 18 years Nelson Mandela spent on Robben Island.

Bring the day to a fun end, by gaining some confidence with some Stand Up Paddling in the secure environment of the V&A Waterfront.

You will be rewarded after this active day, with a thirst quenching sundowners stop in a memorable location.

Highlights:

  • Hike up Table Mountain
  • Enjoy lunch on Bree Street
  • Explore the colourful Bo Kaap
  • Explore Sea Point Promenade Art Installations
  • Stand-up paddle at the V&A Waterfront
  • Indulge in sundowners at a secret but memorable location

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