This flat-topped mountain has just been named one of the New Seven Wonders of the
World. Once you’ve experienced a sunset from its peak overlooking the city bowl and
vast Atlantic Ocean, you will understand why.
To visit Table Mountain on a Cape of Good Hope Tour, click here (direct to tour page)
The V&A Waterfront
For the longest time, this harbour and shopping hub has received even more visitors
than the famous Table Mountain. There’s upmarket dining, boat trips, an abundance of
shops and historical buildings to enjoy.
To book your transfer to the V& A Waterfront, click here (direct to enquiries page)
The island were Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for many years now offers tours by ex-
prisoners who share their story, hardship and a bit of South Africa’s history with tourist.
Hop on a ferry leaving the V&A Waterfront and visit the museum and nature reserve.
To do a Cultural Visit and Robben Island Tour, click here ( direct to cultural visit tour)
Cape Town Wine Routes
A visit to the Cape is not complete without a cellar tour, wine tasting and drive through
the rolling vineyards of Stellenbosch, Franschoek, Paarl or Constantia. These regions are
home to some of South Africa’s best wines.
To book your spot on our Wine Route Tour, click here
Imagine being able to say you have visited the south-western tip of the African
continent? Cape Point is a nature reserve which houses a large variety of our Cape Floral
Kingdom and animals.
To book your spot on our Cape Point Tour, click here
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
This cultivated garden houses indigenous South African flora just below the slopes of
Table Mountain. Take a stroll amongst the Fynbos, picnic amidst Proteas or have lunch
at the restaurant.
To visit the gardens on our Cape of Good Hope Tour, click here (direct to the tour)
Even though there’s no snow, African penguins call this beach colony home. Stop off at
this beach en route to Simonstown and soak up some sun beside a penguin or two.
This is one of the many stops on our Cape Point Tour, click here
For a drive with over 32 bends, rocky mountainside cliffs and majestic ocean views,
Chapman’s Peak is a route not to be missed. There are many beautiful spots to picnic or
to stop off and be mesmerised by this peninsula’s allure.
To enjoy this drive on our Cape Point Tour, click here
The Cape Town Stadium
This stadium hosted all 2010 Fifa World Cup games in Cape Town. It seats 64 100 people
and is surrounded by a lush, green urban park with water features, picnic spots and
places to relax.
To visit the stadium on our Cape Town City Tour, click here.
Green Market Square
This is Cape Town’s busiest market complete with curios from all over Africa, hand-made
jewellery, bongo drums and assorted clothing. Surrounding the market you’ll find ample coffee shops, restaurants and locals playing instruments or doing traditional dances.
To shop around Green Market Square on our Cape Town City Tour, click here