Family Stays

Camps Bay Village welcomes kids of all ages! Camps Bay has always been a favourite spot for family vacations, and Camps Bay Village is dedicated to making every family vacation an unforgettable experience.

Our Family apartments include:
  • Satellite television
  • DVD players
  • Cots and high chairs can be arranged at an additional cost
Nanny/Babysitter: Babysitting can be arranged to allow you to enjoy the city while they assure your children's maximum comfort and safety.

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Cape Town is a beautiful and diverse city, offering many activities for the whole family that we can highly recommend:

The world famous Camps Bay and Clifton beaches are within walking distance where moms, dads and children will be delighted for hours with the beauty, soft sands and clear waters of these stunning beaches. The Camps Bay Village is situated opposite a tidal pool and a kids jungle gym.

The V&A Waterfront is just 15 minutes drive away, with entertainment features such as the Two Oceans Aquarium, offering hours of entertainment and a family-friendly restaurant with a supervised play area. There is often a musical or theatrical production happening at the amphitheatre in the Waterfront to entertain the kids, movies in the shopping centre, boat trips and much more. Parents will be delighted by the beachfront attractions in Mouille Point, such as the Putt-Putt course, the Kiddies Blue Train and the Serendipity Maze.

Kids activities

Drive along the exquisite coastal road to Hout Bay and visit the unique bird and monkey sanctuary named World of Birds, enjoy lunch in the harbour and then stroll along the beach.  Drive along Chapmans Peak and you’ll arrive at a farm village in Noordhoek, with several restaurants and a lovely play area or spend the day at Imhoff’s Gift, a farm turned children’s paradise with a snake park and camel rides!

Penquins Beach Kirstenbosch

Alternatively, take a turn to Boulders Beach in Simonstown close by and watch penguins swimming with bathers in this unique beach sanctuary.  Drop by scratch patch on the way back and let your children choose their own semi-precious stones and crystals. Carry on back towards Cape Town via Kalk Bay, an antique trawlers paradise, and enjoy tea and cake in restaurants situated on the rocks, with the waves breaking nearby. Take another day to explore the world renowned Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, 528 hectares of gardens that support diverse fynbos flora and natural forest. If you’re lucky enough to attend a summer sunset concert on a Sunday, you’ll be privy to a performance of brilliant local and sometimes international talent. End another perfect day with a walk on Camps Bay beach, with a gourmet ice-cream cone in hand and appreciate the beauty and simplicity of nature

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