Camping holidays for young adults
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The “Yellow Course” is for children ages three and up while the “Green Course” is for children seven years and older.There are two entrances: one you’ll see on your left as you drive down the road, marked by a green information board.The other is located near the end of the road, across the lawn, under the trees. Contact: [email protected] Create a masterpiece (or mess) on a blank canvas, while listening to funky music.Children under 2 years (10 to 23 months) pay R25 for an hour. This is another fantastic holiday activity for the entire family if the weather decides to play along.The Acrobranch park in Constantia consists of three courses, each one equipped with zip lines, sing bridges and Tarzan swings.The “Blue Course” includes the other two courses and is for older acrobranchers.
If this seems like your kind of fun be sure to check it out. Contact: 0212011121 Visit: za Bugz Family Playpark is an activity-filled park with a huge outdoor playground and an impressive indoor play area suited for children from 2 to 10 years old.
The Sci Cafe has a basic menu of filling and healthy options. Entry to the Science Centre costs from R50 per person.
Contact: 0213003200, [email protected], Visit: za Every Saturday at , The Book Lounge in Roeland Street has a free story telling session, perfect for 3-8-year-olds.
Artjammers are provided with a menu of 12 different size canvases, easels, a selection of non-toxic acrylic paints, brushes and tools to freely express themselves. You’ll find Artjamming studios at the Cape Quarter, Cavendish Square, The Paddocks, V&A Waterfront and the Willowbridge Centre.
From R135 a canvas, although combo deals are also available.
Also read: Free and inexpensive stuff to do with kids in Cape Town during the school holidays 6 April 2017 The kids are certain to enjoy the Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts are one of the best ways to spend your Sunday afternoons.