If youâ€™re â€˜newâ€™ or â€˜oldâ€™ to Cape Town, there will always be a time to wonder what to do.
If you have not yet been up to the highest point of Table Mountain, with the luxurious 360 Degree Panoramic View from the Cable Car then it is definitely time to add this to your bucket list. Table Mountain also has a wonderful little restaurant right at the top which is always a nice way to treat yourself whether you have made the climb or viewed the breathtaking scenery from the cable car ride.
Then to the lowest peak, there is Robben Island; a must venture for all who are familiar with the great hero and late father of South Africaâ€™s long walk to freedom, Nelson Mandela.
For the absolute adrenaline junkie, there is nothing more phenomenally bone shrilling than the knowledge that the coastline around South Africa is home to some ninety-eight species of Shark, the notorious Great White has its largest population in the Cape Town waters. Cage Diving is an absolute must.
To grace the multifarious flora of South Africa, Kirstenbosch Gardens is another top of the list choice. With the innovative â€˜boomslangâ€™ â€“ their centenary canopy tree walkway, which allows the visitors to rise 12 metres above ground, it is a peacefully exhilarating journey.
Then when all is said and done, or hopefully even before that, the finest and one of the oldest pubs in Cape Town, established in 1864, The Firemans Arms, has an ambience kept throughout the years, but a pristine modern age upkeep. With High Defenition viewing on 9 46â€ Flat screens, viewable from both smoking and non smoking areas, which are all WIFI accessible; and their wide selection of fine wines; world class beers; mouth watering meals and light lunches, there is no better place in Cape Town to feel at home.