Now that South Africa has moved down to Alert Level 1, more activities are opening up. One of these quintessential Cape Town activities is the Simon’s Town Ghost Walk, which is now fully operational.

The seaside town reportedly has a number of hauntings, and several famous ghosts have been spotted on numerous occasions. According to Love Cape Town, the Simon’s Town Museum is home to a haunted painting of a young woman. Whenever pictures are snapped of the painting, they do not develop. Admiralty House is also known to be home to the spirits of deceased naval officers and a woman in a grey dress.

Walking again this Friday and Saturday. Join us and find out more about Simon’s Town. Its people, its history and its ghosts. R150pp 18:00 Jubilee Square. Bookings essential! André 0761904081. Whatsapp’s good.

Posted by Simonstown Ghost Walk on Sunday, September 20, 2020

“Walking again this Friday and Saturday. Join us and find out more about Simon’s Town. Its people, its history and its ghosts,” André Leibrandt, the mastermind behind the Ghost Tour said.

Each walk costs R150 per person, and begins at sunset (6pm) at Jubilee Square. Guests walk from one hunted location to the next on foot as the air darkens, creating the perfect spooky atmosphere for a real scare.

Bookings are essential and can be made with André on 0761904081.

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Lucinda Dordley

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