1. Brandy for the big bunnies

Love Easter egg hunts but you’re all grown up? We have just the thing: follow Van Ryn Distillery’s GPS clues along their adults-only treasure hunt to find a very special reward…a bottle of award-winning 10 year old brandy! Get in on the hunt via Van Ryn’s Facebook page

2. The biggest egg in the village

Get sight (and a taste) of the biggest egg around town: head to La Petite Ferme in Franschhoek and see their enormous Easter egg centrepiece. Then send the ankle-biters off to hunt while you try the estate’s “tapas from around the world”. It’s a win-win, really. Details here.

3. Rabbits out the hat

Easter just got weird, in the best way. Let the kids do a guided egg hunt through a circus while you watch a former world champion trapeze artist do the twist at the South African National Circus School. This one’s for a good cause too – 5% of profits go to the Theo Truter Autistic-ally Auwsome fund. Tickets are R70 for children and R110 for adults. Book via Computicket.

4. Easter goes XXL at Spier

Foodies will be eggstatic about this one: choose one of three Easter-themed dining experiences at Spier Wine Farm over the long weekend, or go XXL and do them all! On Good Friday there’s a dinner with a varied menu of treats, including traditional pickled fish; on Saturday a massive braai, or the market where kids can join the egg hunt in the gardens while you try a workshop in ice-cream making; and on Sunday a wine-cellar family lunch with a mouth-watering Easter dessert menu. Visit Spier’s website for details.

5. Do the boozy bunny hop

Last but not least, just a little All About Cape Town idea… Give your friends clues towards the next bar you’re going to. Each person who DIDN’T guess the place has to do a shot of Nachtmuzik (or any other chocolate flavoured shot) when they eventually get there. But remember: no one likes a boozy bunny on the road. Designate a sober driver or hop home in an Uber. First-time Uber users can use the promo code ALLABOUTCT to get R150 off their first ride. Happy hunting!

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