Stop in at this restaurant with a view behind a Cape Town landmark and enjoy a breakfast, lunch or a snack. Children and dogs are welcome too.
Blog posts: Pet friendly
Travel with your pet? Here are blogs about Africa’s best pet-friendly destinations and accommodation options.
Matroosberg Private Nature Reserve in the Western Cape is known as the place to see snow. But what do you do when you book a weekend in the middle of winter and you get all of the cold but none of the snow?
Delicious French food and patisseries at La Belle Cafe & Bakery at the Alphen Hotel in Cape Town.
Get in on the surfing action at Whale Watcher’s. Pets are welcome too!
Out-of-the-ordinary food and humour are on the menu at Tam’JaZi Country Farm Stall in the Eastern Cape.
Wyford Farm is a perfect, pet-friendly resting post to stop off at after taking on the challenging Van Reenen’s Pass in the Drakensberg.
There are few cities that can rival Cape Town as a hiking destination. Here are a few suggestions for exploring Cape Town on foot.
If you haven’t made any plans for the weekend and are looking for something to do, here are a few events that you may enjoy.
Green Point Park in Cape Town is an urban gem. It’s perfect for everyone, from nature lovers, dog walkers, cyclists and families with kids.
The Palms Market is a cheerful market in Woodstock offering food stalls selling divine food and produce, crafts, flowers, and much more!