Destinations

What to do in Cape Town with Uber

January 17, 2019 / South Africa

Whether you’re looking for inner city sightseeing or a weekend getaway, Cape Town is the perfect destination for a holiday that has it all. An urban wonderland, Cape Town is packed with stunning sights and attractions, and is a perfect starting point for exploring the South-African coast.

Make the most of your time

Just off the plane and ready to take in all the amazing experiences Cape Town has to offer? Let us streamline the journey from the airport to your hotel, cutting down your travel time and maximising your chance to explore this wonderful city. Getting to your hotel is as simple and stress-free as stepping out of the airport and into your uberX.

Take in the sights

As with any bustling capital city, Cape Town has many historical sites and famous attractions to check out. With our help, you can concentrate on taking in the sights instead of navigating noisy crowds of tourists or worrying about parking. If you’re stuck for what to do in Cape Town, there’s no better place to start than the breathtaking Lion’s head.

Spend your valuable getaway time taking in the stunning view from this uniquely shaped peak, rather than worrying about transportation – we’ve got that part covered! Alternatively, if you don’t fancy climbing, you can take the Table Mountain cable car and enjoy the view from there.

Feeling the need to discover new artists? Head over to the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (MOCAA). Located in a grain silo on the V&A Waterfront, the museum is hosting the largest collection of African Art. Use the time you saved by requesting a ride to Cape Town’s pristine beaches. Some of our favourites are Clifton, Milnerton and Diaz, and they’re all perfect spots for a mid-afternoon dip or a picnic on the sand.

Escape to the mainland

Marvellous sightseeing opportunities and vibrant city life aren’t all that Cape Town has to offer. If you’re looking for an escape to the countryside, then an easy getaway is Cape Peninsula, a rocky outcropping past Table Mountain that looks out to the sea in the south. If you head across False Bay to the east instead, you can lose yourself in nature completely at the Kogelburg Natural Reserve, one of the most well-preserved natural areas in South Africa.

Heading home again

No one ever wants to leave Cape Town, but at least we are there to ensure you can maximise your sightseeing time, instead of worrying about catching your flight. Even if you’ve binged on souvenirs for friends and family, you won’t have to worry about how heavy your suitcase is when it’s snugly stored in the boot of your ride.

Your ride can also be there to pick you up at the other end, making your journey home as smooth and stress-free as possible, leaving you with nothing but fantastic memories of your time in the metropolis.