For mountains climbers 🧗♂️. A very challenging but rewarding trip when you reach the top. The view is totally worth it.
There are numerous trails on Lion's Head. The views from the summit is stunning, but there is also a 5km route around the base which is not as strenuous.
While Table Mountain might be Cape Town’s number one attraction, the view from Lion’s Head, the lion-esque rock to its side, definitely provides some of the greatest views of the city imaginable. Hike up Lion’s Head for sunrise, and you’ll be rewarded with 360° views of the wild beauty of Cape Town…
“You can enjoy beautiful views of the city, the bay and Robben Island. It is also a great place to watch the sunset !”
“If you like evening or morning walks, the Sea Point Promenade is a beautiful walk next to the ocean, there are often dog walkers, runners and cyclists on this route. If you're feeling up to it, you can walk all the way around the cost to Clifton beaches and end up in Camps Bay. ”
“One of the greatest botanical gardens in the world - a must for any garden lover. 13kms from the city centre and a stop off on the City sightseeing bus. DO try attend one of the summer concerts on the calendar and bring a picnic along...the best on a late summers evening! (***concerts temporarily suspended with Covid19)”
“Beautiful shops and restaurants - sit facing the harbour whilst having lunch, dinner or sundowners”
“Perch for breakfast or get your fix at the counter. Never leave without a rye bread and add a sourdough for good measure. My 2yr old daughter makes me go there to buy her croissants. The vibe at the newer location in Greenpoint isn't quite the same. 185 Bree St, Cape Town City Centre”