Did you meet the announcement of level 2 with a great Whoop! of delight at the prospect of traveling to the Mother City?

 If so, you’ve probably got a few questions before you book your Cape Town self-catering stay and start packing your bags. Make the most of your long-awaited trip to Cape Town. Here’s what’s open and ready to receive visitors this September.

The V&A Waterfront

Many of the shops and markets in the V&A haven’t missed a beat since March this year, but there are a few more things to enjoy this month at this top tourist destination.

Restaurants are up and running subject to a few safety protocols and limited numbers. Now’s your chance to avoid the usual crowds and enjoy an intimate dining experience at award-winning eateries like Sevruga, Signal Restaurant, Balduccis, and more.

Of course, you can extend your dining experience outside the bounds of the V&A at some of South Africa’s top restaurants too. 

Museums and tours remain closed for now, but you can enjoy a private helicopter flip over the sights or enjoy the views from the Cape Wheel.

Table Mountain

The cableway’s set to re-open on September 1st, subject to safety protocols and hiking’s allowed all over the mountain. Of course, nobody can stop you from enjoying the views of the mighty mountain from all over the city. 

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden

You can take a walk around this paradise of plant attractions, but picnics are on hold for now. The Boomslang is open, as are the restaurants and tea garden. The Garden Centre, bookshop and curio shop are also open. 

Cape Point

Fishing, Surfing, Hiking & Cycling are back on the cards at this natural attraction, but the curio shop and restaurant remain closed until further notice. 

The Castle of Good Hope

The Castle’s opening on the 1st September with limited visitor numbers and pre-bookings online. 

Beaches and Public Parks

Beaches and public parks are open just in time for the approaching summer season.

See Cape Town at its Best

There’s never been a better time to explore the city and surrounds without the crowds. So, book your Cape Town self-catering stay right now and enjoy having the city to yourself while you still can.

As the coronavirus threat starts to wane, more attractions are sure to open, so you can look forward to even more by the time you arrive. 

Get in touch and start planning now. 

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