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Four Things To Do In Cape Town This Festive Season

Spending some time in Cape Town during December or January? Here are four things to do that will make your festive season the best one yet.

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Visit the Galileo Open Air Cinema

 

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Do you dream of watching movies underneath the stars? The Galileo Open Air Cinema in Cape Town makes it possible. Guests are treated to a magical movie experience of cinematic delights, tantalizing treats and breath-taking scenery, featuring a great line-up of romantic comedies, cult classics, musicals, adventure sports and documentaries that let you cuddle up with your loved one and be entertained.

For schedules, venues and ticket prices, visit: http://thegalileo.co.za/

Attend a Kirstenbosch Summer Concert

 

Summer wouldn’t be the same without an afternoon spent on the lush green lawns of the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens, listening to the sounds of South Africa’s best music talent.

Listen to the sounds of artists such as Lira, Jimmy Nevis, Jesse Clegg, Mango Groove and many more. For schedules and ticket prices, visit: http://www.sanbi.org/events

Party at the Rezonance New Years Eve Festival

 

If you’re looking to bring in 2017 with a massive party - then the Rezonance New Years Eve Festival should be at the top of your list.

Starting on Friday, 30 December 2016 to Monday, 2 January 2017 at Pat Busch Mountain Reserve in Robertson, there are 150 musicians on the line-up for the 2016/2017 Rezonance New Year’s Eve Festival, with six international acts also taking the stage.

For schedules and ticket prices, visit: http://rezonancefestival.com/

Hike Lions Head at sunset

 

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One of Cape Town’s most popular hikes, Lions Head at sunset is a spectacle to behold, as the sun sets on the bustling Cape Town CBD, watch the sun go down in the most breathtaking way possible.

For more information about Lions Head, visit: http://www.uncoverthecape.co.za/hiking-guide/hikes/lions-head/


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