• Lions Head (TMNP)

    A short, but steep, popular hike that offers great views of the Atlantic seaboard, the city and Table Mountain. The freely accessible Lions Head hike is a hit with locals and visitors. For the price of a bottle of water and a packet of chips you can enjoy the unsurpassed , 360 views from the top of the city’s second most iconic mountain. It’s about an hour and a half to the top if you’re going at a slow pace. Go when there’s a full moon for excellent viewing and a naturally lit path way to the top. Cost: free

  • Noordhoek Farm Village

    Soak up country charm under shady oaks. Shopping, art, wine, dining and accommodation for routine relaxation or special occasions.

  • Oude Molen Eco Village

    Eco-village with organic vegetable growers, the Millstone Farmstall and Cafe, children’s food garden, beehives, horses and art studios, wood furniture, metal workshops and more.

  • Planet Kids

    Eco-friendly play and activity centre for all children – including children with disabilities. They offer organic lemonade “LemoNice”.

  • Save Our Seas Shark Centre

    Aims to improve understanding of sharks and marine conservation. Guided tours of displays, a large fish tank, documentary screenings and talks.

  • Signal Hill (TMNP)

    It is from here that the noon day gun marks 12:00 in Cape Town (except Sundays). Great views of Robben Island.

  • Silvermine (TMNP)

    Beautiful, sandstone fynbos, landscapes. Hiking, dog walking, picnic sites and mountain biking.

  • Soil for Life

    NGO teaching people to grow their own food on the premise of healthy soil, healthy plants and healthy people. Harvest your own organic veggies. Organic seeds, seedlings and preserves for sale.

  • Table Mountain (TMNP)

    This is a mountain of many moods, offering hikers and climbers a range of routes that vary from strolls to rigorous hikes and climbs.

  • Table Mountain Aerial Cableway

    Travel to the summit of Table Mountain in less than 10 minutes, enjoying 360degree views of Cape Town.

  • Table Mountain National Park

    The Park is an important national asset, international tourist destination and local recreation resource and is one of eight sights that constitute the Cape Floral Kingdom World Heritage Site.

  • The Company’s Garden

    A green jewel in the heart of a bustling metropolis that is the remaining half of the Dutch vegetable garden planted in the 1650s and overlaid by a later Victorian ‘romantic garden ‘.

  • Tokai Arboretum (TMNP)

    Walk in the arboretum or ride your mountain bike in the adjacent mountainside of this peaceful setting, or use it as the starting point for a longer hike up to Elephant’s Eye cave.

  • Blaauwberg Nature Reserve

    Visit the only viewpoint in the world from which you can see two proclaimed World Heritage Sites.

  • Earth Fair Food Market

    Earth Fair Market Taking place every Thursday in the St Georges Mall thoroughfare (cnr St Georges Mall & Church Street) from 11am to 3pm, the Earth Fair Food Market attracts workers and tourists from all over the Cape Town CBD. Entry is free. St Georges hit the ground running 3 years ago and it has become such a firmly entrenched institution that we have been told that people arrange their diaries around it. There seems to be a common ‘no meetings’ policy around the time that the market is on every Thursday. It is very gratifying to stand and survey the joy on people’s faces as they reach the market and smell the aromas, greet their favourite traders, try new flavours or discover a new favourite cheese. We start getting desperate weekly Tuesday Tweets from people wishing it was Thursday already! Cape Town CBD St Georges Mall Open every Thursday 11:00 – 3:00pm We are now also open in TOKAI Tokai South Palms Centre Main Rd Tokai 7945 Every Saturday 9.00 am – 2.00 pm Open every Wednesday 3.00 pm – 8.30 pm