Cape Town and the Western Cape, with its scenic beauty and diverse range of exciting activities and attractions, is the perfect place to experience an African adventure.

Whether you are an adrenalin junkie, nature lover, night owl or culture buff, there is no shortage of things to do in the Mother City.



Whether you’re a seasoned hiker looking for some inspiration or an inexperienced trail blazer, Cape Town offers a hike to suit you. From easy strolls through the forest to more challenging climbs up the mountains surrounding WATERLINE, you are spoiled for choice.

beach walks


This beautiful beach, directly in front of WATERLINE, is perfect for walking, surfing and horse riding. At the end of the beach, you can explore the Kakapo shipwreck which is one of the only completely visible shipwrecks in the world.

horse riding


Ride along the water’s edge on expansive Noordhoek beach and look out for birdlife, otters and seals.  If you are lucky, you’ll see whales and dolphins leaping in the bay and keep a watchful eye for a flock of pink flamingos.


Cape Town is the perfect destination for children of all ages and boasts wonderful attractions for the whole family. Don’t miss out on a visit to the Two Oceans aquarium, camel riding, boat tours, scratch patch semi precious stone hunting, strawberry picking and many more. The options are limitless and our general manager will arrange an age suitable itinerary and make the necessary booking for you.


Golf enthusiasts will be glad to know that there are 19 golf courses in Cape Town, 4 of which are close to WATERLINE:

Clovelly Golf Course  (Tel +27 (21) 784 2100)

Simon’s Town Golf Course (Tel +27 (21) 786 1233)

Steenberg Golf Course (Tel +27 (21) 715 0227)

Westlake Golf Course (Tel +27 (21) 788 2020)



Cape Town has an abundance of surf spots along our coast, from coves with small, gentle swells, to expansive beaches boasting big, bone-crunching waves. Rather surprisingly, the typically icy Cape Peninsula water temperatures rise during the winter time, making the months of June, July and August ideal for a surf.  Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced surfer, there’s a break perfect for you. For beginners, we recommend the Surf Emporium at Muizenberg where a team of professional surf coaches offer individual or group lessons and all equipment can be hired.



There’s nothing quite like free-wheeling down the coastal roads of the Cape Peninsula with the wind billowing through your hair and the sun on your back. Cape Town’s natural environment is abundant with tarmac roads, single tracks, switch backs and jeep tracks to suit everyone from the leisure cyclist to the technical rider. There’s never been more of an excuse to swap the car for your own steam. For guided cycling for all levels of skill and fitness, we recommend iRideAfrica.


In Cape Town, any day trip in the Cape Peninsula can include sightings of penguins, baboons, whales and other wild animals — even when “safari” isn’t on the day’s agenda.


For a Big 5 experience, we can help you arrange your safari to one of South Africa’s premier game parks.



Seal snorkeling with Animal Ocean, Hout Bay is the ultimate wildlife experience for the adventurous. Plunge into the Atlantic Ocean and swim with hundreds of playful and curious Cape Fur seals, interacting with them in their natural environment. The team at Animal Ocean are professional, knowledgeable, safety conscious and dedicated to you having an intimate experience with swirling seal pods.  If you’re lucky dolphin’s and whales might show themselves.


Cape Town is the ultimate destination for adventure travelers and adrenaline seekers. If you’re looking to do something out of the ordinary, from zip-lining to jumping out of a plane, choose your adrenaline level and check out the options here.


Explore the entire city and its various attractions using the “red bus” at your own pace. Very easy to hop on and off at the different stops and offers a great family outing.  We recommend that you plan your stops as the trip offers flexibility to enjoy a “hop-off” to explore a destination and then get the next bus.

“To us on Robben Island, Table Mountain was a beacon of hope. It represented the mainland to which we knew we would one day return.”

Former President Nelson Mandela