Looking for waterparks in Cape Town? What perfect way to cool off than to take the whole family to one of the waterparks in Cape Town? It will be a day full of fun and exciting things for you, but your child will remember it forever. From seal snorkeling to shark cage diving, Cape Town is among the most popular places for people who want to enjoy watersports and water activities.
Whether you’re looking for an activity to do on a hot day or just want to cool off in the middle of winter, there are plenty of waterparks in Cape Town for you to take your family.
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Kids love amusement parks, and when you add the word “water,” they get even more excited. Kids love the waterparks in Cape Town, and their parents take them there at least once a year. If you are already in Cape Town or just starting to plan your trip, check out my list to find some of the best things to do with your kids or family.
Milnerton Waterpark Cape Town has a variety of fun things for young people to do. Adults can relax at the braai and picnic spots while the kids play in the water (bring your grid). There are super tubes, a big pool and a pool for kids, paddle boats, paddle bikes, and a trampoline at the facility.
- Open Wednesday through Sunday, 8.30 am to 5 pm.
- Cost: R70 per day for adults and kids taller than 1.3 meters; R50 per day for kids shorter than 1.3 meters.
For more information visit the Milnerton Waterpark Facebook page.
Waterworld Strand Water Park
This water park in Cape Town is a great place for kids to play in the water all day. Waterworld Strand Water Park is a great place for both kids and adults. This place is especially good for kids; they make the most of their day by splashing around in water tunnels and pools. There are a lot of water slides, which your kids will love. There is also a restaurant in this place where you can get good coffee and pizza.
- Open: During the school year, Tuesday through Friday from 1 to 6 p.m., and on weekends from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- During Western Cape school vacations, Monday through Sunday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Cost: Prices vary by age, stay length, and week’s day. Check the Waterworld Strand prices on their website.
Muizenberg Water Slides
Muizenberg Water Slides is on St. James Beach and has three fun super tubes. There’s the major slide, with all its twists and turns. Then there’s the speed slide, which is fast and fun. Finally, there’s the “junior” slide, which is just for kids to enjoy.” There are places to sit in the shade and a place to buy snacks.
The Muizenberg Water Slides Cape Town are three very fun super tubes on St. James Beach. According to the website, there is the main slide with all of its twists and turns, the “speed” slide, which gives you a fast and exciting rush, and the “junior” slide. There is a snack shop and places to sit in the shade.
- Open: During school period – 1.30 pm to 5.30 pm during the week, 09.30 am to 5.30 pm on Saturdays and Sundays
- During Western Cape school vacations, Monday through Sunday from 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
- Cost: A full-day pass costs R95 per person. There are different prices for shorter times and for people who want to watch.
Bugz Play Park
This water park in Cape Town is the biggest one in the Western Cape, and kids of all ages love it. They like to run, jump and explore the area, and their outdoor play area is where they can try out different games that show different sides of their personalities.
Children ages 2 to 10 can have fun at the amusement park, and most of the time, they can play in the water fun zone with the help of an adult. There are many events for kids here, like birthday parties, surprise parties, etc. If you bring your child down here, you should be ready to see them doing some crazy things right now.
- Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays, and public school vacations.
- Cost: Prices change depending on age.
For more information visit the Bugz family playpark Cape Town website.
Wiesenhof Adventure Park
Wiesenhof offers water slides, pools, trampolines, pump tracks, and much more. It is on the R44 between Klapmuts and Stellenbosch. It has eight great slides, including a lazy river, rope adventures, a mountain bike trail, a unicycle trail, and trampolines. There are also slides for younger kids that end in a pool just for them. It has eight great slides, including a lazy river and smaller slides for kids that end in a kiddie pool. It has rope adventures, a mountain bike track, a unicycle trail, and trampolines.
- Open: Weekend nights and school breaks, 9 am to 6 pm
- Cost: (Water activities on weekends) R280 for adults and kids over 1.2 meters tall
- Kids under 1.2 meters in height: R220
- Different rates apply to different activities and different days. Check the rest of the Wiesenhof adventure park prices on their website.