Get to know one of the World’s Most Beautiful Cities
In Tertiary Care, residents are able to integrate their learning from Primary and Extended care with their recovery community and experience the world class beauty and wonder of Cape Town and it’s surrounds. Residents can experience the local culture; enjoying trips and experiences.
V & A WATERFRONT
Next on our list is to visit the V&A Waterfront, a lively entertainment hub with a plethora of shops, restaurants, and other exciting activities for you to indulge in.
CAPE TOWN BEACHES
shark cage diving, GANSBAAI
If you’re feeling courageous, join a team of professionals for a 2-hour adventure down to Gansbaai for the day, to test your fear levels by going shark cage diving. An experience that would have you shaking and mesmerized at the same time.
CAPE TOWN STADIUM
Gear up for an adventure of a lifetime as you journey 2 hours out of Cape Town to the Aquila Private Game Reserve. The 10 000-hectare conservancy offers you the opportunity to spot the celebrated Big 5 of South Africa. After experiencing this unique wildlife experience, go back to the lodge and relax poolside or take part in the many other activities Aquila has to offer.
KIRSTENBOSCH BOTANICAL GARDENS
Next, we suggest that you visit Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, which houses a variety of indigenous plants and beautiful walking trails.
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE
Visit Robben Island, infamously known for its use as a prison during the apartheid era in South Africa, and was the site where many political prisoners, including Nelson Mandela, were held for many years. Experience the rich history as you walk where Nelson Mandela was held as a political prisoner years before.