Best things to do in Cape Town for under R100
We all know that during this time of the year our cash flows are virtually non-existent and it’s back to work again with nothing fun to do over the weekends. No wonder, January tends to be a miserable month for most.
That is why Greyhound’s folks have decided to go on the hunt for the best activities to do in Cape Town for under a R100.
Board an early morning cruise
Wait, what?! You can go on a cruise for a R100? Take your family on a 1 hour cruise and watch as stunning Cape Town rises and comes to life. If you can get the kids out of bed, it really is not a bad way to start your morning. The boat departs from Quay 5 at the V&A waterfront and you can book your tickets at Shop 08, Quay 5.
It costs R100 per adult and R50 for children.
Explore the Planetarium in Cape Town
Discover what goes on within the universe at Cape Town’s Planetarium. View the planets from up close and learn things you certainly wouldn’t have known. It’s an excellent activity to do with the kids as well. Maybe they will get ideas for a school project.
Adults gain entry at R20 while children only pay R6.
Go dining at the theatrical Stardust Restaurant
No money for date night, huh? Well take your loved one on a theatrical dining experience at Stardust Restaurant in Rondebosch. The waiters are all either professional performers or students studying the arts. Have your food served and be entertained at the same time at no extra cost. It is a lively and unique experience.
The meals start from R28 per person and the entertainment is completely free.
Shed a few extra kilos with a walk along the Sea Point Promenade
Some of us have made the New Year’s resolution to shed a few kilos once again, so why not do it as an outing? Hear me out, pack a healthy mini picnic and take a leisurely stroll or jog along the Sea Point Promenade which runs the length of Sea Point’s beachfront. We suggest you go early in the morning to avoid the intense heat. Enjoy your picnic on one of the lawns for a break.
What’s cool is you can do this every weekend or weekday as you get the chance since it’s free of charge.
Have a Ten Pin bowling night with your friends
This is a beloved activity amongst young and old alike. Gather some friends and go on an evening during the week to break the monotony of work. It is a perfect way to relieve some stress and hang out with your friends and family. You can find nice bowling alleys in Bellville, Claremont and Goodwood and some stay open from 9am until late.
The price starts from R17 during the day and R25 during the evening. That means you have around R82 to R45 for drinks and a meal left.
Please take into consideration that the prices mentioned in this article are subject to change due to inflation and other external factors.
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