From the bright colours of Cape Town streets, to the lush green valley under our mountains, Cape Town has all and everything to offer in summer.
THE SWARTLAND COUNTRY MARKET
11th of October 2015
Wine – Olives – Breads – Preserves – Jams – Biltong and Cheese.
Who can pass this feast over – under the trees relaxing – AT Kirstenbosch one of our most beautiful Heritages in Cape Town.
Venue: Kirstenbosch Stone Cottages, off Rhodes Dr, Cape Town
Time: 10am – 4pm
Cost: Free entry | R 40 for a wine glass & tasting vouchers
Tel: 022 487 1133
AND If you are looking for the perfect gift for a friend – who loves to colour in visit http://www.carinmaehr.com for a range and selection of hand illustrated books brought you by a local Cape Town artist. Colouring Books for Grownups. “The Daisy Collection – And purchase online.
Butterfly World Cape Town
Another delightful adventure for children, walk amongst the butterfly’s. Free and flying around you. Buy something to eat while you are there, great place to spend the day with the children. I see that they know have a spider room, fantastic for those little one’s interested in spiders, my son has a passion for learning everything about spiders.
So it looks like an all round adventure for everyone, contact details below. – Prices blow – Children Under 3 FREE
The largest free-flying park for butterflies in Southern Africa. An enclosed garden offers an array of colourful butterflies which flit around visitors. Other attractions include a reptile bay and spider room, for the more adventurous visitor.Refreshments and light meals are available from the Schmetterling restaurant.
Venue: Route 44, Klapmuts (near Stellenbosch and Paarl)
Time: 9am to 5pm daily (except Christmas Day)
Cost: Adults R 58 | Children R 33 | Families R 149 (2 adults,2 children) | pensioners/college students R 53 | Children under 3 enter free
Tel: 021 875 5628