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What a shame - the gardens not been kept like it use to be - lot of people sleeping under trees and bushes. dirty - the poor fish pond had a lot of rubbish in it - hope it would be cleaned soon the poor...More
The Company's Garden were the original gardens in the Cape setup for the Dutch East India Company to source food from when they stopped over. It is now a mixture of lush trees, open grass patches, some herb and food gardens and ponds. At the...More
This is not a myth but indeed true fact. The Company Gardens which is Cape Towns green heart (based in the center of Cape Town) is a delightful way to spend a day. Buy some nuts at the local vendor and feed the squirrels and...More
I wandered thru this garden. Accessible with no entrance fee. If you are interested in old trees that have been planted long time ago, it is worth visiting. Recommended to have a personal or group guide to explain about the history.
these are beautiful historic gardens right in the middle of the CBD - you can go on your own and stay as long as you like or else you can see it during one of the free walking tours and get some historical perspective too....More
Amazing place to relax see some birds have a picnic enjoy the fresh air and just be one with nature. A must for locals and tourists alike...be careful of the beggars, do not feed the squirrels even though they beg too and steer clear of...More
This garden is in the heart of Cape Town and was originally used to grow fruits, vegetables and flowers for residents. We were there in the Spring and there was not much blooming. There were many people using the garden as a gathering place and...More
Situated in the Central Cape Town, these gardens about four hundred years old. Originally created by settlers to grow fresh produce. It is now a favourite for locals as well as visitors. It houses the oldest pear tree dating mid seventeenth century. In addition, it...More
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The Park is in Central Cape Town and busy with people using it mainly for relaxation and walking or visiting the museums. As mentioned before, it is not very big and maybe not ideal for the purpose you want to use it for... More
The Park is in Central Cape Town and busy with people using it mainly for relaxation and walking or visiting the museums. As mentioned before, it is not very big and maybe not ideal for the purpose you want to use it for. During the daytime it is safe and there is security guards on patrol.
I would seriously recommend the Greenpoint and Seapoint Promenade for jogging short distances. It is ideal and the views are fantastic, it is safe and you can jog/walk from Green point all along the coast through Seapoint all the way past Clifton into Campsbay. All safe, even at sunset.
This location is not even 5km/10 min away from the Company Gardens.