Camps Bay is one the leading tourist destination in South Africa. It is located 7 minutes from the one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Cape Town. Set against the beautiful Cape Bay beach and the majestic Twelve Apostles Mountain, it is one of the most stunning beaches in Cape Town. Things to do in Camps Bay include:
The Porcupine ravine is a shallow ravine in the Twelve Apostles. It is the second ravine located the side of Table Mountain. Hiking up this ravine can be intimidating. Although it can be tiresome, it’s worth it for the view from its top.
While the initial part of the Pipe Track looks straight, climbing the ravine is challenging. First, you’ll haul yourself over the rocks using both hands. Because it’s steep, you may wish that you never ventured in the activity, especially if you suffer from vertigo. The steepness of the ravine gets you high really fast.
Blues Restaurant and Bar
Blues restaurant has remained to be a hot spot in Camps Bay for seven years. The views are breathtaking and the service and food create a special atmosphere. When you speak of Blues, what comes to peoples’ minds is generous seafood platters and summer evenings.
The restaurant offers a variety of dishes with Mediterranean flavor. There are a-la-carte menu and taps options to suit your taste. The cocktail menu includes a range of trendy and impressive drinks. You can enjoy this after work, romantic dates and lazy Saturday afternoons.
Camps Bay Pipe Track Walk
The Camps Bay Pipe Track walk is an exciting walk that begins at the top of Kloof Nek and follows the old water pipe along the top of Camps Bay. Although there are a few ups and downs, the route is flat and the view over the bay is spectacular. Remember to carry drinking water and warm clothes. You should also take your cell phone with you and avoid walking alone.