Citiliner goes to Cape Town: 5 low risk COVID-19 activities
Travelling is good for the soul! After an incredibly difficult year for all, a hard reset and relaxation may be exactly what you need and there is no better place to do that than Cape Town! Adventure lies at every corner of this world-class Western Cape gem! Cape Town is a dazzling city! From the wide variety of family fun activities to the most magnificent wilderness adventures for those adventurous types, Cape Town is a cutting-edge city!
So if you are headed to Cape Town, here are a few low-risk COVID-19 activities for you and your family:
Beach it up
Cape Town has the most serene beaches, perfect to sit back, relax and unwind! Soak up the sun, frolic in the sand and go for a swim. Beaching it up is always a fun day out with the family!
Hike up Table Mountain or Lions Head
For relaxing meanders to stimulating climbs, Table Mountain and Lions Head are two of the finest climbing trails in the Western Cape. So, get those climbing boots on and get out into the open fresh air and become one with nature. Exercise is good for the body and mind and the view from the top will be worth the effort! If you are not the hiking type, get to the top of Table mountain with an easy ride in a cable car!
Visit Robben Island
Take a trip back in time and visit Robben Island! Most famously known for being the place former South African president Nelson Mandela was jailed for 18 years and later transformed into a museum acting as a central point of South African heritage, Robben Island is a must to visit when in Cape Town! This is a full day adventure as you take a ferry across to the island and spend time exploring all the island has to offer with your tour guide.
Are you travelling with kids? Then a visit to Boulders Beach is a must! The granite boulders protect this beach from the wind and large waves which makes it an ideal swimming spot for children in the clear calm False Bay waters. However, the main attraction is the cute waddling African Penguins that roam the beach! There is a cover charge to visit Boulders beach but it goes to a good cause, the conservation of the African penguins.
Another fun activity for kids is visiting the Two Oceans Aquarium! The aquarium boasts an extraordinary array of marine life found in the two most powerful and bountiful oceans, the Indian and the Atlantic ocean. Spend the day finding Nemo with the kids and experiencing life under water at all the incredible exhibits on offer!
So where will you start? Where will you go? What adventure awaits you in Cape Town? Let your adventure start with Citiliner!
Book online now at www.citiliner.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!
Our Cape Town Office is located at Operator No4. Long Distance Bus Facility, Cape Town
Tel: 021 418 4326