My Top 5 Experiences in Cape Town
One of the most cosmopolitan, in South Africa, you will find Cape Town. landmarks.
Personally, I feel that you need at least three to four days exploring South Africa’s Mother City. Enjoying its lists of experiences. While being immersed in its natural beauty. From the beautiful mountain ranges, following the turquoise beaches. You are surrounded by majestic mountains, beaches, vineyards, and historical landmarks.
Luckily, I have put together my top 5 experiences for Cape Town.
1. Norval Foundation
The Norval Foundation, found in Constantia, is a centre for art and cultural expression. This beautiful Museum dedicates all its research and exhibition of 20th- and 21st-century visual art from South Africa and beyond. The Sculpture Garden at the Norval Foundation features three-dimensional installations by South African artists. This unique spot is set in a freshwater wetland and is surrounded in by a mountain range with Cape’s fauna and flora. Find out more about the upcoming exhibitions.
2. Zietz Mocca Museum
The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA), housed in the historic Grain Silo Complex at the V&A Waterfront. Is the largest museum dedicated to contemporary art from Africa and its Diaspora on the Africa Continent.
Paying tribute to old working silos, it was redesigned, into an incredible museum. The vision to become a major, not-for-profit cultural institution. As for the art… Over one hundred galleries, spread over nine floors, are dedicated to an extensive, cutting-edge permanent collection and temporary exhibitions.
3. Heli flip over Table Mountain
Fly with one of Waterfront Helicopter Tours, from the Cape Town V&A Waterfront. Soaring over the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay. Back to our breath-taking Table Mountain. Over the Cape Town City Bowl landing back at the Waterfront. Very romantic, for honeymooners too!
4. Old Biscuit Mill Market
Additionally, this vibrant community in the heart of Woodstock. Situated just 15 mins away from Cape Town City Centre. Here you will find talented South Africans that share, collaborate, and show off their passions. Old Biscuit Mill is the base to a range of zany workshops. Designer stores, decadent restaurants and food stalls. Along with an exciting line-up of day and night-markets and festivals.
In brief, the Old Biscuit Mill you will meet South Africa’s most innovative and imaginative designers. Likewise, talented artists, photographers, and enthusiasts of fine taste and décor.
Bo-Kaap (“above the Cape” in Afrikaans) is an area of Cape Town, South Africa formerly known as the Malay Quarter. Situated on the slopes of Signal Hill above the city centre and is a historical centre of Cape Malay culture in Cape Town. The Nurul Islam Mosque, established in 1844, is in the area. Indeed, this colourful town is our known for Instagram able video content or photography. Its funky and an urban delight, go with an empty tummy and full up with Cape Malay food.
Without a doubt, Cape Town is full of adventure, fun and will never disappoint you, no matter what you do! It’s an adventure; every nook and cranny are surprises, and we often found ourselves saying “wow” out loud!