Cape Town on a Sunday
Cape Town on a Sunday
Finding adventures and parties in Cape Town on Sunday is always a must when visiting. Even though the city seems like it is taking it easy, there are many kiff ways to enjoy the last day of the weekend.
Check out our list of a few of the many awesome things to do in Cape Town on a Sunday and start planning your next weekend!
Wrap up your weekend with the Kiff Kombi team. We’ll take you on a Sunday Funday filled with booze, incredible scenery and good vibes. We start the day off with a wine tasting at one of the most picturesque wine farms in Constantia. Once everyone is a little bit tipsy and the tunes are truly pumping, we move onto a Craft Brewery Taproom in Constantia, where you can sample some of the Cape’s finest beer. And if you love food the way we do, you’re in for treat (or two).
Book your next Sunday Funday here, for a lekker time!
Our Sunday Funday also includes a visit to La Parada in Constantia Nek. This is a definite yes when it comes to finding things to do on a Sunday. La Parada is surrounded by gorgeous mountains and blessed with funky tunes from local DJs. The ideal place for a party you’ll always talk about.
Oh, and first round is on us!
Dubbed Cape Town’s “most vibrant market”, the Bay Harbour Market in Hout Bay has a lot to offer. With a homely atmosphere, a fireplace and live music, it makes sense why hundreds of the coolest people flock to the market.
The market also offers a variety of food offerings from freshly baked breads, spicy seafood and fresh fruits – the aromas alone will have your mouth watering! Craft beer on tap, locally made clothes and unique works of art are also a few of the many treats at the Bay Harbour Market.
And all of this, set in a shabby chic refurbished old factory.
The Grand Africa Café welcomes you with breathtaking views of the waterfront, white sun beds and beach props to set the ambience. Be sure to keep a look out for their giant red-lip shaped sofa. It’s the perfect prop for your next insta-moment.
Their cocktails are colourful and potent – with a balanced mixed between local and international fusions. The food menu has a delicious selection of signature meals, from salmon salads to their grand burgers with their secret tomato chutney sauce.
The café also hosts a weekly Jazz session on Sundays, which creates a great ambience where one can just lounge on the sun-beds, enjoy the music as the sun sets while listening to live performances by jazz artists and bands. Bliss!
One of the most rewarding ways to spend a Sunday is going on a guided hike. And you’re in luck, because Kiff Kombi offer guided hikes up Table Mountain, Lion’s Head (and Wally’s Cave), Devil’s Peak and the Twelve Apostles! Not only does it take away the stress of hiking alone, but the awesome guides on our guided hikes have a wealth of knowledge about the scenery so you’re bound to learn a thing or two.
On our Lion’s Head (& Wally’s Cave) guided hike, you can choose between the sunrise or sunset option and all Table Mountain routes have the option of hiking up the mountain and taking the cable car down. Or, if you’re a legend, you can hike your way down too!
Book a guided hike here, and join us on a unique experience!
Cape Town has dozens of surf spots along its coast, from expansive beaches with big waves to coves with small swells. And surprisingly, the Cape Peninsula water temperatures rise during the winter months, meaning June, July and August are the perfect time to surf since big winter storms create the biggest swells.
Every surfing spot offer something different, such as Muizenburg which is a popular learning spot to Scarborough Beach which is less congested and for more advanced surfers.
Llandudno, which is a 15 minute drive from Cape Town’s city centre, is also well-liked among surfers and is not for the faint-hearted – the waves often get really hollow!
If road tripping is your vibe, then Dunes which is a 40 minute drive from the city in the direction of Noordhoek Beach is the one. Surfers out there have reported six to eight foot waves at Dunes, so definitely for advanced surfers.
The most exhilarating waves can be found at Crayfish Factory. A 50 minute drive from Cape Town will take you to waves that are up to 15 feet high! Most novice surfers steer clear from this surfing spot, but if you’re fearless then Crayfish Factory is exactly what you need.
Wine tastings in Cape Town are a dime a dozen. But if you’re looking for a unique experience, a little less snobbery and a little more kiffness, our Wine, Beer and Biltong Safari tour is exactly what you need.
We take you all the way to Stellenbosch on this tour to the best spots on the Stellenbosch route and feed you delicious biltong and braai for the ultimate South African cuisine experience!
Check out our Wine, Beer and Biltong Safari tour here!
For the special folks who find breakfast to be unreasonably early, the Pot Luck Club is the perfect solution. On Sundays, they serve a set brunch menu and, for the brave, an additional option of bottomless wine and Bloody Mary’s!
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