Valentine’s Day is approaching.
As the 14th of February approaches, many individuals are scrambling to make last-minute plans in preparation for the day of love.
We’ve got the plug for those who haven’t been able to make any plans but would like to treat their loved ones to a nice, budget-friendly, and fun-filled day.
If you live in Cape Town, here are some fun things you and your partner may do together!
Valentine’s Day romance: SUP Capetown’s stand-up paddling
Stand-up paddling is not only good for your health but also a nice way to get closer to the one you love – literally.
SUP Cape Town offers you the opportunity to hold your lover’s hands as you balance paddleboards in the ocean. The amazing experience costs only R150 per person for a 30 min session.
This is another winner for those couples who consider themselves fitness fanatics but is equally amazing for lovers who are looking into getting some physical workouts together.
City Rock charges only R110 per person, the price does, however, does not include equipment.
Cape Town: Romantic flower picking
Chart Farm offers you and the love of your life the opportunity to walk through rows and rows of flowers which you can pick and put into your basket.
Getaway reports that Chart also has a lovely little coffee shop where you and bae can enjoy a cuppa joe as you stare into one another eyes. Here they charge R7 per flower.
Picnic in the park
This is a lovely inexpensive idea for couples looking to bask in one another’s love and attention.
Just pack your basket (or bag, because not everyone owns a basket) with some lovely goodies such as a sandwich some fresh fruit, and perhaps a bottle of wine or juice, and voila. Make sure to choose a park that is safe and sitdown friendly though!
Waterkloof wines offer you the chance to try their False Bay range for only R80 per person.
The establishment also has a number of other affordable packages for those with a finer palate.
They also offer you views with dying for that include the glistening ocean as well as Cape Town’s Helderberg mountains.