5 Fabulous Things to do in Cape Town this Easter

 

Easter is around the corner and that means that the Easter Bunny is slowly making his trek to the Mother City to start hiding chocolate eggs on our glorious Table Mountain.  Come and find them, and while you’re at it why not join in some of the below fabulous Easter activities around the tip of Africa.

Table Mountain Easter Egg Hunt in the Clouds

Track the paw prints of the Easter Bunny when the Table Mountain Cableway hosts a delicious Easter egg hunt on Easter Sunday 21 April 2019.  The hunt for chocolate goodies starts at the Lower and Upper Cable Stations from 10am to 2pm with the Easter Bunny and his magical friends.

Face painting, puppetry, juggling, magic tricks and more, on 19, 20 and 22 April from 10am to 2pm are all part of the Easter celebrations on the mountain top this year.  The Cableway operates weather permitting, so if it is too windy for Big Ears to make his way up on Sunday, the hunt will move to Monday so you don’t miss out on your Easter treats.  Pre-book your tickets online here.

 

Root44 Market

This perfect all-weather setting in Stellenbosch is all about good food, delicious drinks and groovy live tunes. 

Open every Saturday and Sunday in a Downings marquee, surrounded by gorgeous vineyards, this Easter you can also enjoy the live performances of Professors on 20 April, Ceekay and Jesse Jordan on the Sunday the 21st.

Besides an intriguing range of arts, crafts, clothing and homeware, retail therapy at Root44 extends to a sumptuous selection of gourmet excellence from olive oils, local wines, spreads, home baked breads, cured and smoked charcuterie and a selection of fresh, organic produce. 

Leave the kids to be entertained while you soak up live tunes with a craft beer in hand.  Choose from wood-fired pizza’s, traditional roosterkoek, spicy curries and sweet treats to satisfy rumbling tummies.

More info and artist line-up:  www.root44.co.za/

 

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Fun After Sunset

The fun doesn’t stop after you’ve found your Easter eggs.  Raise the roof with Roger Goode at Shimmy Beach Club on Friday 19th April for a special edition of Shimmy Club Nights.  The Goode times roll in at 8pm and you can get your tickets online for R100 or at the door for R120.

More Info to dancing the night away: Shimmy Club Night presents Goode Friday 

 

Easter with Allée Bleue Wine Estate

From Good Friday all the way through to Easter Sunday, Allée Bleue Wine Estate in Franshhoek is pulling out the stops this Easter with a picnic to suite any mood.

Treat yourself to a seated, serviced Easter-inspired Chicnic or set up your own more casual seating area somewhere in the gardens with an eco-friendly Picnic-on-the-Go.  Baskets include a bottle of wine to share, and kids are welcome to join in the fun with their own kiddies picnic and fun activities.

Easter Sunday celebrates with an Easter Buffet featuring warm, freshly baked breads, roast Karoo lamb, Cape Malay pickled fish, deboned chicken, salad and veggie accompaniments and a scrumptious dessert table for final indulgence.  Yum!

More info and bookings available here. 

 

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Celebrate Out of Town

Take a short trip to Hermanus and celebrate at The Marine with a superb Easter Sunday menu boasting a selection of mains from Atlantic Tuna Tataki to Rare Roast Beef and of course an Easter Egg hunt for the kids.  After your sumptuous lunch, enjoy a beach walk and glorious views of the Hermanus ocean front before heading home.

More info and bookings: Easter Sunday Lunch 

 

 

With so much good food and drink, you may want to round off a spectacular Easter celebration with a hike up the newly opened Lions Head trail or take a walk along Sea Points promenade around to Camps Bay for extravagant ocean views, fresh sea breezes and Mother City sunshine.