• Step off the top of Table Mountain and abseil into pure oblivion and indulge in the world's highest commercial abseil, surrounded by awesome views of the city of Cape Town, Chapmans Peak and the deep blue Atlantic coastline.
  • Assist the Friends Of the Children's Hospital Association with a rewarding Play Programme based at Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital in Cape Town and help these special youngsters get back on their feet.
  • Work closely with a team of shark-specialist marine biologists, enjoy shark cage diving, and experience a wide range of South African marine wildlife.
  • Join this rewarding community project in Cape Town and help to provide essential meals for the homeless as well as assist underprivileged children at the after-school programme.
  • Assist the Nazareth House team in Cape Town to provide residential care to abandoned and neglected children, as well as the elderly.
  • Spend time looking Great White Sharks in the eye from the safety of the cage, and watch them from above, while you're on deck.
  • Jump on the Cape Town Hop-on Hop-off tour bus for an easy way to explore the city and visit Camps Bay, Table Mountain, Greenpoint and the V&A Waterfront.
  • Join a half-day Cultural Tour which includes visits to various townships, an opportunity to meet local people, and to learn more about South Africa's turbulent history.
  • Join this vibrant, hands-on project and help with fun activities, reading stories, assisting with food preparation, child care and lots of other tasks at a beautiful children's home near Cape Town.
  • A full-day Cape Peninsula Tour includes lunch and visits to Boulders Beach Penguin Colony, Simon's Town, Cape Point and Hout Bay. Enjoy spectacular coastal scenery and look out for lots of animals.
  • Assist with child care, developmental play, sports, preparing food, feeding, homework, fun educational activities and a wide range of other tasks at this world famous children's home in Khayelitsha near Cape Town.
  • Join Cape Town Helicopters for a once in a lifetime tour of Cape Town and the stunning coastline of the Cape Peninsula.
  • Join a dedicated team and contribute to the running of a genuine sanctuary for captive born lions that cannot be rehabilitated into the wild. You can arrive in Cape Town on any Friday and stay for 1 week or more.
  • Situated in South Africa's oldest working harbour, the V&A Waterfront has been developed for mixed use. It offers a smorgasbord of visitor experiences, ranging from leisure and shopping to lots of entertainment.
  • Whale watching between June and November. We have some of the best land based whale watching in the world with hotspots all along the coastline around Cape Town.
  • Take a 2-hour hike up Table Mountain via Platteklip Gorge, have lunch at the top, take time to explore all the view points, and take a 5-minute Cable Car ride down. If you're a sunset enthusiast, plan to take the last cable car.
  • The Cape Fur Seals are fascinating marine mammals that are curious and playful enough to approach divers and groups will often put on a display of underwater 'hydrobatics' and make mock charges at divers before swerving away at the last moment.
  • Learn to surf with Stoked School of Surf at one of Cape Town's pristine beaches with experienced, qualified coaches. A 2-hour group surf lesson includes the use of a warm wetsuit, surfboard and guarantees 100% 'stoke'.
  • Catch some rays at Camps Bay and Clifton Beaches, or head to the warmer waters of Muizenberg, St. James, Fish Hoek and Boulders Beach.
  • Join a dedicated team at this ethical and environmentally friendly sanctuary for captive bred predators which include lions, tigers and leopards.
  • Help to rehabilitate endangered African Penguins and other marine bird species at the SANCCOB rehab centre near Cape Town.
  • The Cape Winelands region is the source of many legendary Cape wines, the produce of row upon row of grapevines, many of which were first planted hundreds of years ago.
  • Explore Cape Town on foot. Take in the Company Gardens, City Hall, St. Georges Cathedral, the South African National Museum & Planetarium, the Slave Lodge, the Castle of Good Hope and much more.
  • Join a Khayelitsha Walking Tour and change your perceptions of South Africa's largest single township during a 3 to 4 hour tour rich in culture and history.
  • Join the team from Cape Canopy Tours for an amazing day zip-lining your way through the mountains. There are 11 zip-lines with some over 300m, and a suspension bridge too.
  • Inspire young minds through mentoring, play and homework support at this very special home for girls near Cape Town.
  • Over the years, Greenmarket Square has served as a slave market, a vegetable market, a parking lot and more recently, an informal flea market trading mainly African souvenirs, crafts and curios.
  • With more than 3000 marine creatures on view - including sharks, turtles and penguins - the Two Oceans Aquarium is one of the finest aquariums in the world.
  • Explore the beautiful Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens nestled on the slopes of Table Mountain. View thousands of plant species and get a monkey´┐Żs view on the exhilarating Boomslang treetop walkway.
  • Hike up Lions Head for spectacular views of the city, Table Mountain and the Atlantic seaboard. If you're really fit you can get to the top in about 30 minutes, but we advise you to allow 2 hours each way to give you time to rest and enjoy the views.
  • Join Kaskazi Kayaks for an early morning guided 2-hour paddle from Three Anchor Bay for amazing views of Cape Town and the chance to see whales, dolphins and other marine life.
  • Follow in Prince Harry's footsteps and go Skydiving just up the coast from Cape Town.
  • Robben Island is internationally known for the fact that Nobel Laureate and former President of South Africa Nelson Mandela was imprisoned on Robben Island for 18 of the 27 years he served behind bars before the fall of apartheid.
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