Tuesday, 25 November 2014

What to do in Cape Town this weekend (28th – 30th November)

It’s the last weekend of the month of November, the weather is heating up and the festive season is upon us, so it’s time to plan your exciting weekends for the summer. Here are some awesome activities for you to do this upcoming weekend…

If you live in Cape Town and you haven’t visited Ratanga Junction yet, you’re missing out! The amazing theme park has over 23 rides, although its best known for the Cobra and Monkey Falls, these hair-raising rides are only part of the fun, there are other attractions for children, families and for those who prefer to keep the adrenaline rush to a minimum!

Date: 25 Nov – 26 Jan 2015
Time: 10:00 – 17:00
Venue: Ratanga Junction
Price: R65 – R172

The Galileo Open Air Cinema
– 29 November
Grab your family, your best friends or your partner and head over to this beautiful open air cinema in the Cape Winleands. Enjoy your favourite film underneath the stars with your loved ones or just take in the breath-taking surroundings of the historic vineyards and mountain ranges. Don’t stress about the films, because there will be a huge variety from romance to musicals and action flicks, there’s something for everyone!

Date: 29 November
Time: 19:30 – 22:00
Venue: Lourensford Wine Estate
Price: R70 – R110

Blues Restaurant’s Seaside Sunday Lunch – 30 November
Say goodbye to the weekend at this cozy, relaxed Camps Bay eatery. Sundays are made for sleeping late, sitting by the sea and enjoying a day with family and friends, take the meaning of lazy to a whole new level and visit the Blues Restaurant. You’ll be transported into the ocean with an array of delicious meals, choose anything from linefish, tuna and calamari or something hearty like sirloin, lamb chops and venison.  

Date: 30 November
Time: 12:00 – 23:00
Venue: Blues Restaurant and Bar
Price: Variable

Gather your friends, family and all your loved ones and end off the month by enjoying the beautiful Mother City this weekend, don’t miss the opportunity to truly enjoy it. From rollercoaster rides to lazy days by the beach, it’s everything you could ask for in one weekend.

For a self-catering apartment that's hard to forget, visit 808 Cartwright for comfy, relaxing accommodation. If you're in need of a reliable airport transfer to and from Cape Town International Airport, give Airport Shuttle in Cape Town a call - its an affordable, well-maintained ride.  

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