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Cape Town is a great city for journey women, in fact it is a very girl-friendly place.   

It’s perfectly acceptable for women to go around on their own, so don’t be daunted and follow our tips… 

 For professional Women, Globetrotters, Lone Travellers or Mothers with children, Cape Town has lots to offer. Safety is the first thing many visitors ask about. Our reputation for crime in Cape Town is  mostly undeserved, as we have worked hard at improving it. And on our tours, we promise to take good care of you. 

In Cape Town we refer to these white straw flowers as Cape Snow

Some safety tips for Woman Visitors to the Cape:

  • Stay in a Guest House or Bed and Breakfast as they tend to be more personal and your hosts will be concerned about your welfare and give good advice.
  • Always ask for local advice, especially when going out at night.
  • Book a tour guide, they have local knowledge and will really look after you.
  • For a mountain walk or anywhere off the beaten track, it’s best to book a guide, so you don’t get lost.
  • Be street smart like the locals. Don’t walk around flaunting paraphernalia like fancy cameras and flashy jewellery. 
Getting up close and personal with an ostrich - a unique experience

Things to do with Women in Mind

  • Enjoy all the must see sights with your own personal guide and companion.
  • Markets are a wonderful way to meet local artisanal producers and locals.
  • Try yoga on the beach while breathing in the invigorating ocean air.
  • Join a  Cape Malay Cookery Workshop and learn how to fold samoosas, create a roti and make the best Bobotie....signature South African dishes and an authentic Cape Town experience.
  • Got to shop…we’ll show you what’s quality, quirky and value for money. 

A world class scenic and relaxing spot for a yoga class

For the Solo Lady Traveller - you need not be alone:

  • Hire a tour guide, you will have informative and fun company for the whole day.
  • Be driven to the Winelands, so you don’t have to worry about drinking and driving.
  • Not the solo dining type? Consider one of Cape Town’s many Deli-Restaurants with bar counters and communal tables - gathering places for people of different cultures.
  • A Photographic Workshop is a great way to see the best sights, take lovely pics  and meet others while doing so. 

Enjoy a dip in the ocean at one of our many beaches - photo credit Nick Rubenstein

Mums and kids in Cape Town: Kids love the great outdoors and there’s plenty to keep kids occupied in our scenic city. 

Choose from:

  • Safe Beaches - with a bucket and spade you can have endless fun.
  • Penguin Beach - swim and play among our cutest sea creatures.
  • Open spaces  - run and tumble on sprawling lawns.
  • Wonderful Wildlife - have close encounters with cheetah, lion and ostrich.
  • Beautiful Bird Park - enjoy a hands-on visit with feathered fauna and mischievous monkeys.
  • Child friendly restaurants - where hungry kids are the special of the day. 

Fish Hoek Beach for the best swims in Cape Town

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