Treat Yourself

Say goodbye to the winter blues and treat yourself to a weekend of entertainment, outdoor fun and relaxation. Hang out in the unofficial pink district of De Waterkant where you’ll indulge in a little retail therapy before taking in dinner and a show, and then a little bit of bar hopping. Balance the urban adventure with some leisure time in the winelands, where you’ll sample fabulous wines and meet new out and proud friends.


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Find the best package deals incl return flights in economy from Jo’burg or Durban (airline levy incl), 2 nights in a hotel and 2 days car rental. Package dates available from Thursday – Monday, with a minimum 2 night stay and a maximum 4 night stay. To book: Call 0861 102 137.

Weekend Wake Up Deals & Specials


Whether you’re in Cape Town for an ordinary weekday or an extraordinary weekend, here’s a selection of our top experiences to suit all tastes and budgets. You can book directly, or get in touch with us to make it even easier.

Contact the Cape Town Tourism call centre to book your experiences.

Winelands tour with Cape Town Gay Tours

Cape Winelands

Meet new friends and experience the best of the local wine region on this bespoke winelands tour with Cape Town Gay Tours. The day-long tour will take you to the winelands of Franschhoek and Stellenbosh, learning about the country’s signature grapes and vintages. Intimate cellar tours and a visit through the downtown areas is also included.

Café Manhattan

De Waterkant

Café Manhattan, in the heart of De Waterkant Village, is an iconic eating, meeting and chilling spot in the city. A firm favourite with locals and tourists alike, it’s as well known for its burgers as it is for the friendly atmosphere. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite, a cheeky afternoon cocktail on the terrace, or a late night rendezvous in the bar, at this welcoming venue anything could happen.

Sunset Cruise with Cruise IQ

V&A Waterfront

Enjoy a sunset cruise on this 47-foot sailing catamaran called the Peroni. Setting off at 4pm in the afternoon with a free glass of bubbly, your backdrop is Table Mountain and your playground is Table Bay. Keep your eyes peeled for whale, dolphin and seal encounters! The Peroni is skippered by an experienced crew who will see to your every comfort – whether it’s a fleecy throw if the weather is cold, or a helping hand back into the boat if you’ve gone for a dip.

Rockwell dinner theatre

Green Point

Pair dinner and a show at the theatre based at the Rockwell Hotel in Green Point. The in-house production is called Shiza iKapa and is not to be missed. It features South African song and dance from a feisty ensemble of larger-than-life locals entertaining the audience with soulful renditions of home-grown classics. Expect an authentic three course taste of Cape Town, pulsating rhythms and foot-stomping fun!

Shopping at Cape Quarter

De Waterkant

Stretched over three blocks in the heritage rich De Waterkant neighbourhood, is the Cape Quarter shopping centre. Between cobbled streets you’ll find restaurants and a main block of shops featuring quirky one-off pieces, unusual African goods and distinct local designers. Free to enter, the covered mall has a central courtyard that gives an outdoor ambiance that’s great for shopping all year long.

Spa day at Glasshouse Spa

Green Point

Glasshouse spa is a one-stop grooming emporium in Green Point created specifically for men. Winners of a World Luxury Spa Awards, you’ll want to take advantage of their indulging packages including facials, massages, pedicures or even a botox treatment. With striking designer décor that features black leather and Nguni cowhides, you’ll feel right at home. Top it off with a hot cappuccino, a cold beer or an exclusive whisky and you can easily make pampering an all-day affair.

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