After 3 different safari lodges up around Kruger, and before 5 nights on the Garden Route, we have 3 nights in Cape Town.
My husband and I are traveling with our 13 year old daughter and 9 year old son.
Our agent suggested an appartment in De Waterkant Village. Looking on the web, it looks intriguing. Would this be a good place for a family to stay.
When traveling we do not really like cities but figure we do have to see some of Cape Town.
Our list basically just includes Table Mountain and Robben Island.
I am tempted to make it just 2 nights in Cape Town as those 2 activities could be down in 1 day and then we could have an extra day on the Garden Route. But with only 1 whole day in Cape Town, are we risking missing out on Robben Island if there is bad weather (too rough for boats) But I guess if there is bad weather then it is likely to last more than 1 day anyway.
So in winter, do many Robben Island tours get cancelled due to rough seas? Do we need a back up day?
Any thoughts or suggestions? Any better places to stay with a family in Cape Town in winter?