5 free things to do in Cape Town

Well, you don’t have to spend money to enjoy your time while visiting Cape Town. Around the city, you can find many free activities.

Here is a list:

  1. Hike Up Lion’s Head

If you love hiking and other thrilling outdoor activities, then you can be sure that cape town won’t disappoint on that front as well. There are two places where you can show off your trekking and hiking prowess- one is at the Table Mountain and the other is in Signal Hill. Both mountains are some of the best places to take your significant other to and have a fine outdoor dining experience.

Location: Lion’s Head & Signal Hill, Cape Town

Timing: All Day.

2. Visit The Aquarium

The Two Oceans Aquarium is a great place to spend any day at. There are numerous varieties of aquatic animals who will take your breath away. Here, you will get a free entry on your birthday. So make the most of your day and spend some time with the big guys who live under the waters on your big day.

Location: Dock Road, V&A Waterfront

Timings: 9:30 am to 6 pm

3. Go Swinging At Sea Point Promenade

Sea Point is a must visit, but no visit over there is complete without taking in some of the amazing, crisp and cold ocean air alongside the beautiful seaside promenade. The promenade is a usual haunt of cyclists, walkers, and skaters, if you are into fitness and jogging then we would suggest going for a sunset jog over there.If you would just like to relax, then sea point offers some amazing exhibits and vantage points to enjoy.

Location: The Promenade, Sea Point, Cape Town

Timings: All day

4. Visit Green Point Urban Park

Green Point Urban Park is an amazing place where nature thrives. It’s a perfect and spacious sphere of the natural enclosure for you to know about the plant beauties around you. This biodiverse garden is a safe space for more than 300 Cape plant species which acts as a beautiful alternative to the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens. This is the perfect place for you to unwind, relax and drift off in the lap of nature. You can even have a picnic with your family and friends on its sprawling lawns.

Location: Green Point Urban Park, 1 Fritz Sonnenberg Rd, Green Point, Cape Town, 8051

5. Visit Centre For The Book

A part of the National Library of South Africa, this place named as the Centre for the Book’s purpose is to promote a healthy culture of reading, writing and publishing in local dialects and languages. As such, they frequently hold reading related tours and activities like writing workshops, groups and poetry readings, a visit to their beautiful wood panelled interior will truly inspire to grab a book and get started.

Location: 62 Queen Victoria Street, City Bowl, Cape Town