For some relaxation and fresh air, take a trip down to Tres Jolie with the family. With beautiful gardens and landscaping complemented by fountains and water features, this is definitely the place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Kids can enjoy the farmyard where they can feed the animals, have a pony ride, play on the jungle gym, dig in the sandpit and go for a swing, all within watching distance of parents.
Tranquil, relaxed and the perfect place for a time out from the city, River Café is a lovely spot for a delicious breakfast to start off your day or lunch with family and friends. Either enjoy the fresh air out on their large lawn, or sit out on their undercover deck. And with swings, slides, jungle gyms, a jumping castle, a water slide in the summer and a giant sandpit, the kids are sure to have a blast in the safe, closed off park area.
For a rustic feel and a wonderful atmosphere for parents and children alike, visit
A great African experience for the whole family! From art and music to cuisine and crafts, everything at Moyo is African-themed. Enjoy some truly South African meals, traditional dancing and attire and African face-painting to get you into the spirit. Kids can play and be creative in the art space provided, learn African dances, listen to stories and play traditional games while parents enjoy the atmosphere.
Situated in the stunning Delta Park, Delta Café is a great spot to grab a bite to eat or simply enjoy a steaming cup of coffee while being surrounded by nature, breathing in the fresh air. Bring the kids along… they’re more than welcome to play in the lush surrounds.
A Churrasqueira is an authentic Portuguese restaurant in the south. They’re fully equipped with a kid’s play area, complete with a jungle gym and race track! They also serve Magnum milkshakes, which are to die for. Enjoy a tasty seafood dish and rest easy knowing your kids are having a great time.
By Kim Brown
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