Location: South Africa
Total Area: 2,461 sq km
Language: English, Afrikaans, Xhosa
Cape Town offers a great diversity of cultures, cuisines, activities and landscapes. With the picturesque backdrop of the impressive Table Mountain, the coastal city of Cape Town has a generous offering of things to do. For the active there are hikes, walks, bikes, kites and numerous beaches and mountain trails to explore. For travellers seeking some rest and relaxation, a multitude of beaches, spas, culinary delights and wineland exploration awaits – all with breathtaking vistas. Cape Town, known as the Mother City, lives up to her name by being the mother of all holiday destinations. Steeped in history and culture, blended with adventure and stunning scenery, Cape Town will enchant you with its charming atmosphere and warm welcome.
Table Mountain Cableway
Overhanging the city, Table Mountain is one of the new seven wonders of the world and the most photographed landmark in the country. Built in 1929 the cable car transports you up to the top while providing 360 views of the city.
Cape Peninsula Tour
Drive along the scenic coastal route, pass through Bantry Bay, Clifton, Camps Bay and Llundadno beaches along Chapman’s Peak drive.
Visit the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve and Cape Point, where the two oceans meet. Stop by Boulders Beach to visit families of African penguins.
Off of the coast of Bloubergstrand, Robben Island is famous for housing Nelson Mandela during his 18 years in incarnation. Take a ferry from the V&A harbour and take a walk around the Robben Island Museum. Visit the very cell Mandela called home and hear from previous prisoners
Off the beaten track
Guided hikes on Table Mountain Reserve
Hike the lesser known routes up the mountain with a local guide.
Culinary tour of Cape Town
Enjoy all the hidden gem restaurants and learn to cook Malay style by a mama in her home
Experistay at a Eco Boutique
Stay at a google controlled eco boutique guest house and have a dinner served by a local chef