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Attractions - To Do & See

Connecting the communities of Lakeside, Muizenberg, St James, Kalk Bay, Fish Hoek, Simon’s Town, Kommetjie, Ocean View, Masiphumelele, Noordhoek and surrounds. Our vision: to promote a sustainable, safe, informed, involved and united community

featured The Chavonnes Battery Cannon Museum, V&A Waterfront
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The Chavonnes Battery Cannon Museum, V&A Waterfront

Watchdog at Cape Town’s front door for almost 150 years, the Chavonnes Battery was built over when the Alfred Basin was constructed. Like buried treasure, it was uncovered again and turned into a museum by the BOE/Nedbank, in 1999.

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A hike on a fynbos flower farm in the Overberg and the Waterfall Hike at Fynbos Retreat

Two beautiful hikes near Stanford in the Overberg: on Boschkloof farm and at Fynbos Retreat.

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Africa Sepungu – Safaris and Tours throughout South Africa

Africa Sepungu, owned by Pieter and Anne Hattingh, has taken many U3A members on safaris into the Kruger National Park on day trips in open vehicles and conducts tours throughout South Africa.

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featured Hike to Eagle's Nest buttress on the Table Mountain chain
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Hike to Eagle’s Nest buttress on the Table Mountain chain

From Eagle's Nest buttress on the Constantia Nek edge of the Table Mountain chain one has glorious 360 degree vistas over a variety of urban landscapes. The photos speak for themselves!

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FISH HOEK VALLEY MUSEUM

The Fish Hoek Valley Museum displays the history of the area from the San to the present day. Illustrated local history talks, schools programmes and research material are also available.

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THE HERITAGE MUSEUM, Simon’s Town

Housed in Amlay House, King George Way, Simon’s Town, the Heritage Museum was set up in 1998. The Amlays were the last residents to be forcibly moved from their home in Simon’s Town as a result of the GroupRead more

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