Greyhound Goes to Cape Town – exciting things to do

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Cape Town is a beautiful city with amazing landscapes, “that” famous mountain, world-class vineyards and beautiful beaches. In addition, the Mother City offers historic sites, beach culture, and an active nightlife.

Check out all of the fun things you can do while you are in Cape Town!

  1. Cape Town City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

If it’s your first time in Cape Town, what better way to get a great overview of the amazing city than to go on a Cape Town City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Tour? There are a variety of fun-filled routes to choose from depending on if you want the cultural or coastal experience. While on the bus you’ll get to see Table Mountain, Camps Bay, and Clifton beach etc. Note that the tour bus is thoroughly disinfected every day for your safety during the Covid-19 pandemic.Cape Town City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

  1. Franschhoek Wine Tram Hop-on Hop-off

Do you like a little spice and fun during a Hop-on Hop-off tour? Then Franschhoek Wine Tram was designed specifically for you. The Franschhoek Wine Tram is located in a vineyard so the Hop-on Hop-off tour was created to better explore the vineyard. They have top-quality food and superb wine.

Greyhound Goes to Cape Town - exciting things to do

  1. Cape Town Waterfront and Sunset Champagne Cruise

Who does not love bubbles, the beach and the sunset? Waterfront and Sunset Champagne Cruise offers all three. While you are on the cruise, you get to enjoy scenic views of the ocean, the beautiful setting sun, and a cold, refreshing glass of bubbles. This is a relaxing and soothing experience for you and your partner or a group of friends. This is definitely something you have to do in Cape Town!

Greyhound Goes to Cape Town - exciting things to do

  1. Shop at the Watershed

The Watershed is for people that love markets, exhibitions, and workshops. At this market you get to meet people from different parts of the city of Cape Town, you get fresh products and food at discounted prices. It is one of the best places to break away from the city life of Cape Town. It’s also a great way to support farmers and small producers of organic food.

Greyhound Goes to Cape Town - exciting things to do

  1. Go on a Safari with Gondwana Game Reserve

Gondwana Game Reserve is a beautiful property away from the City. It boasts animals like giraffes, lions, buffalos, leopards, elephants, and rhinos. You can also enjoy activities like hiking, spa treatments and so forth. It is a beautiful reserve to go and relax and release some stress in nature.

Greyhound Goes to Cape Town - exciting things to do

  1. The penguins at Boulder Beach

Swimming with the penguins at Boulders Beach on the Cape Peninsula near Cape Town is a real thrill, especially if you have kids travelling with you. A small portion of the beach has been allocated to the public and it’s separated from the main penguin colony. However, the penguins pay no mind to this separation and you will often find a penguin sitting next to you on your towel or darting around your legs while you cool off in the ocean.

Greyhound Goes to Cape Town - exciting things to do

  1. Robben Island

When you are in Cape Town, Robben Island is an absolute must! This half-day tour will take you to the former prison where Nelson Mandela spent 18 years behind bars, fighting for freedom. Many other members of political parties were jailed alongside him and one of your guides will most likely be an ex-political prisoner, which gives you a beautifully coloured picture of what it was like. The tour includes the prison and the whole island, which is fascinating. Travelling to the island by ferry should also not be dismissed!

Greyhound Goes to Cape Town - exciting things to do

  1. Table Mountain

Obviously, this is a must. Table Mountain is one of the 7 wonders of the world and you simply cannot be in Cape Town and not visit this huge slab of stone that it 1086m high and 3km long. The mountain houses more than 1400 unique species of plants as well as several mountains. You can either climb the mountain (if you’re fit enough for this 3 hour climb) or go up via cable car. The view is astonishing, and you can even see Robben Island from the top!

Greyhound Goes to Cape Town - exciting things to do

Travel with Greyhound Bus

Greyhound is the most luxurious way to travel by bus. We have three buses you can use to travel to Cape Town, namely the Dreamliner, Single and Double-Decker bus. The Dreamliner is equipped with 5-star comfort! You experience comfort at its best in the Luxury seats (upstairs) or spacious seats in Premium class (downstairs). These seats are memory foam seats and recline to 150° and have leg rests and extra legroom providing maximum comfort to any traveller. Our standard coaches (Single and Double-Decker bus) also come fully equipped for comfort and safety. Relax and enjoy the journey in reclining comfortline seats with seatbelts, individual air vents, reading lights, armrests, and tray tables.

Greyhound works tirelessly to ensure that our coaches are in tip-top shape for you. From fleet maintenance to deep cleaning and sanitisation, we have put in place world-class measures to keep you safe during the pandemic! After all, safety and service excellence is the Greyhound way!

Greyhound Goes to Cape Town - exciting things to do

So there you have it, a few fun things you can do while you are in Cape Town with the family or your partner!

Book online now at www.greyhound.co.za or alternatively call our 24hrs Customer Care/Reservations on 011 611 8000. You can also book at any of our trusted partner’s Checkers, Shoprite, Pick n Pay, Makro, Game, Builders or Computicket!

We have offices located in Cape Town and Belville!
Cape Town: Address: Operator No4. Long Distance Bus Facility, Cape Town

Belville: Address: 8 Mabel Road, Oakdale, Belville

 

 

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