The journey also includes gorgeous views of suburbs Sea Point & Camps Bay as well as celebrated marine route Chapman’s Peak Drive.
Why not start off at Festa – a charming restaurant that’s located at the picturesque Kleinevalleij Estate in Wellington.
Their breakfast menu includes a delicious variety of choices; you can try the ‘Festa Salmon Breakfast’ that includes a baked croissant, scrambled egg, smoked salmon and balsamic tomato relish.
Or opt for a pizza or steak off the regular menu to start off your day – all the while soaking in the lush Wellington hills that etch off into the distance.
Alternatively, give tradition a twist and pick your own roses or enroll in a decadent chocolate workshop.
See the beautiful Cape from Above It’s not every day that you get to see Table Mountain and the Cape Peninsula from a scenic bird’s-eye view, and what better way to experience this premium scene than with a loved one by your side?
So why not opt for an hour long helicopter ride with NAC helicopter tours.
The 60- minute aerial tour begins at its V&A Waterfront base and then flies high up - treating you to incredible views of one of the New7Wonders of Nature, the flat, water-locked form of Robben Island and the oval anatomy of the Cape Town stadium!
Adore it or abhor it, you can’t escape the universal day of love.
And while Valentine’s Day (14 February, for those who tend to forget) has become an age-old tradition defined by shop-bought red roses, heart-smattered teddy bears and boxes upon boxes of gooey chocolates, your personal Cupid-themed celebration doesn’t have to be quite so cliché.
So, if you’re looking to spend Valentine’s Day in Cape Town (or any other amorous special occasion, for that matter), think outside the heart-shaped box and woo him or her with a truly inspired romantic escapade.
Keep it classy with an intimate dinner in the Winelands, charm your loved one old school-style in a horse-drawn carriage or get down and dirty at one of the Mother City’s sex boutiques.