Experience Top Attractions in Cape Town
Enjoy 360º views of Cape Town as you swiftly cruise to Table Mountain’s summit to reveal a panorama of the city that will leave you awestruck.
The island where the father of the nation, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, served out most of his 27 year sentence is now a cherished National Heritage Site.
Inside the Table Mountain National Park, where the two oceans meet, lies a historic point of interest for fauna & flora enthusiasts, hikers, sightseers and beach fanatics.
You’ll know why Kirstenbosch has been called the most beautiful garden in Africa as you step into this breathtakingly abundant garden.
South Africa’s oldest producing wine estate in the Constantia Valley will welcome you to a feast of award-winning wines and cuisine.
It’s not just a mall, it’s a shopping experience situated in South Africa’s oldest working harbour. You’ll have a choice of 450 world class shops and over 80 restaurants.
Glorious granite boulders create a secluded beach of soft white sand which hosts a colony of protected African Penguins.
CASTLE OF GOOD HOPE
The Castle’ is South Africa’s oldest existing colonial building and is both a gateway to the past and a beacon of Cape Town’s biggest celebrations in art & culture today. This landmark offers you a chance to indulge in the country’s rich heritage or partake in an exciting event.
DISTRICT SIX MUSEUM
The museum showcases a preservation of stories to remind us of the forced removals of over 60 000 District Six residents and the demolition of their homes during the Apartheid regime. Discover its history with an ex-resident or a self-guided tour.
FREE CITY WALKING TOURS
A walking tour is one of the best ways to experience the magic of Cape Town. Take the Mother City in your stride and enjoy the eclectic scenes with an informative local as your guide.
SURFING & KITESURFING
Cape Town’s magnificent beaches stage some of the greatest surf for all boarders. From beginner beaches to powerful waves, you’ll get your fix.
Paddle out and see the breathtaking Cape Peninsula from the tranquil Atlantic. Guided trips run daily from Three Anchor Bay in Sea Point, or Simon’s Town Waterfront, weather dependent.