Visiting Cape Town for the festive season? Or, perhaps, you’re a local looking to spice up your weekends. Taking a train to Kalk Bay is one way to really feel the Mother City’s gees.
This adventure wouldn’t be complete without tucking into the freshest vis and tjips at Kalky’s – it’s iconic. Then walk it off with a stroll along the jetty. Here, you’re guaranteed to see some famous (or infamous) seal residents.
Dalebrook Tidal Pool is a scenic walk away from Kalky’s. End off your day with a dip or sip on a cocktail at one of the many lekker eateries dotted along Kalk Bay Main Road.
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Here are a few more ways to spend the day in Kalk Bay:
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