Are you looking for things to do on a weekend? There’s no reason to be bored with all the spectacular places to visit in our beautiful country. From the sea to the mountains and the bush, there’s no reason to be bored. But let’s face it, food – and Sunday lunch in particular! – is a big part of our tradition. That’s why a Sunday lunch cruise makes perfect sense.
The best part of a Sunday lunch cruise is the fact that you don’t have to prepare for it, and you don’t have to clean up afterwards. It’s outdoors, which is always a joy on a gorgeous sunny day.
The Bucket List Genie thinks it’s the perfect way to spend a quiet day.
Bring the family and board a boat on the Vaal River or Hartbeespoort Dam. It sure beats the Sunday lunch and slump in front of the television! Instead, everyone will enjoy some fresh air and sunshine, and the water is sure to work up some appetites!
Want to impress someone special? Take him or her to a fine dining lunch for two on board a luxury yacht in Cape Town. Alternatively, go sailing first and enjoy lunch in a fine dining restaurant in the Mother City afterwards. It will leave a lasting impression for sure!
Sunday lunch cruises offer a relaxing, yet active way to spend your day of rest in the great outdoors with good food. If you enjoy the finer things in life, this is certainly an activity that will please you.
When you’re next looking for something to do on a Sunday, check out these amazing Sunday lunch cruises:
- Sunday Lunch Cruise for One | Vanderbijlpark on Vaal
- Sunday Lunch Cruise for Two | Hartbeespoort Dam
- Harties Aerial Cableway & Sunday Lunch Cruise for Two
- Sunday Lunch Cruise & Overnight Romance for Two | Harties
- Cruising Restaurant Fine Dining Lunch for One | CPT
- Table Bay Sail & Fine Dining Lunch for Two | The One & Only Hotel