Top Tourist Activities in Cape Town
The top 'instagram-able' things that Cape Town locals do!
Research shows that tourists visiting regions with more attractions tended to stay longer. In South Africa, although the Western Cape received only the third highest number of international visitors, compared to other provinces, visitors stay on average 14 days and spend almost double that of other provinces, according to the tourism annual report. The top attractions visited include the V&A Waterfront, Cape Point, Table Mountain Cable Way had 799 000 visitors and Robben Island (331 000). Comparatively, the Kruger Park saw over 390 000 people pass through the gates.
In the next 5 to 10 years, millennial travellers will become the industry’s core base. With their more tech-savvy approach, millennials are changing the way travel is consumed requiring more technologically appealing offerings and real-time social media engagement.
They’re after enriching experiences and authentic connections. It’s about meaningful genuine and life-changing experiences. And, if it happens to look good on Instagram, they’re not complaining!
Atlantique Villa Camps Bay is in close proximity to some of the best off-the-beaten-track Cape Town experiences—the things locals do. The best thing about them is it doesn’t matter your age—it’s about how you approach travel and, they are all instagram-able:
WALK THE PIPE TRACK
YOLO MEALS (YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE)
GO GIN TASTING
HONEST, EAT THE CHOCOLATE
WINDOW SHOPPING IN THE CBD AREA
WALK THE PROMENADE
SPEND A NIGHT IN LANGA