- Cape Town’s rich history, modern culture, and incredible attractions make it a true metropolis on the coast.
- A large selection of tours is available for Cape Town and surrounds.
- These fun and immersive activities will keep you entertained.
Tour Option 1
- The Bo-Kaap is an area of Cape Town, South Africa formerly known as the Malay Quarter.
- An array of technicolour homes of the Bo-Kaap Muslim community is a Capetonian icons and a photographer’s dream.
- The Bo-Kaap Museum explains the social history of the former slave houses.
Tour Option 2
- District Six is one of Cape Town most notorious neighbourhoods.
- The area known as District Six got its name from having been the Sixth Municipal District of Cape Town in 1867.
- Understand the history and impact of racial segregation in Cape Town.
From R 45.00 pp
Tour Option 3
Free Walking Tour
- There is no better way to discover a city than by walking its streets, mingling with the locals.
- You will hear interesting stories about the city’s rich history and heritage – from slavery to the apartheid era and the present day.
- Cape Town Free Walking Tours also offers custom tours based on your interests.
- Cape Town is one of the world’s most colourful, vibrant and fascinating cities.
- The city centre offers an easy-to-navigate grid brimming with historical monuments and quaint Victorian architecture.
- The old-world charm of the historical landmarks and harbour meets the most modern and cutting-edge architecture.
- The most recognisable landmark with the best views of Cape Town is the majestic Table Mountain.
- Table Mountain is a flat-topped mountain forming a prominent landmark overlooking the city of Cape Town in South Africa.
- One of the ‘New 7 Wonders of Nature’ – Table Mountain is truly iconic.
- It takes its name from the Dutch word for seals, which translates to Seal Island.
- Marked as a UNESCO World Heritage site, preserves memorial historic incidents such as Nelson Mandela who spent many years incarcerated here.
- Daily tours of about 4 hours long are offered (weather permitting) from Nelson Mandela Gateway.
From R 600.00 pp
- Boulders Beach is located near Simon’s Town towards Cape Point.
- It is home to a colony of some 3000 delightful African penguins.
- Boulders forms part of the Table Mountain National Park (TMNP) and an entrance fee is required to access the sandy shores.
From R 160.00 pp entrance fee
- Chapman’s Peak Drive is one of the most spectacular marine drives in the world.
- Rent a Cobra sports car and make an existing drive down the coastline.
- There is a toll fee to pay in order to cross Chapman’s Peak Drive
- Chapman’s Peak Drive is affectionately know as “Chappies”
- Cape Point falls within the southern section of Table Mountain National park, the Fynbos in this area, comprises of the smallest but richest in the world’s six floral kingdoms.
- Rugged rocks and sheer cliffs towering more than 200 metres above the sea and cutting deep into the ocean, provide a spectacular background for the park’s rich biodiversity.
R 320.00 pp standard entry fee
Cape Town Beaches
- From long walks on the beach, family fun or sporty beach activities, the Cape Coast has it all.
- Cape Town is known for its jaw-dropping sunsets, especially from the beaches around the CBD and up the West Coast.
- Look out for our Blue Flag Beaches, that adhere to a certain standard of safety, cleanliness, amenities and environmental standards. (Clifton 4th, Camps Bay, Llandudno, Bikini, Muizenberg Beach…)
Beach Option 1
- Clifton is an affluent area comprised of four separate beach coves, numbered one through four.
- Clifton 4th beach offers a Blue Flag status and is the most popular and busiest of the four; lined by volleyball nets, frisbee-throwers, and sunbathers. Parking is limited.
- Nearby Attractions: The Bungalow
- The four beaches of Clifton are well protected from the notorious South-Easter wind.
Beach Option 2
Camps Bay Beach
- The stunning setting, powder-white sands and dazzling blue waters leave no doubt as to why Camps Bay Beach was awarded Blue Flag Beach status.
- Popular beach that offers umbrella rentals, access to bars & restaurants, scenic mountain views and jaw-dropping sunsets.
- Camps Bay beach on the Western Seaboard is not protected from the South-Easter wind.
Beach Option 3
- Llandudno has a good secluded location and not to crowded.
- The azure water may be a little too cold for swimming, but the soft sands, lovely mountain views makes up for it.
- Playing during the afternoon, perfect for sun downers in the evening.
Beach Option 4
- Muizenberg beach with its shallow, warm water is ideal for family fun.
- Muizenberg’s Surfer’s Corner is one of the most popular surf spots in Cape Town, with several surf schools and restaurants.
- The beach is lined with brightly coloured Victorian change houses, perfect for your photo album.
Beach Option 5
- Watch the face of Table Mountain turn golden as the setting sun blazes across the Atlantic Ocean.
- Great family fun beach, the long, flat sandy Big Bay Beach is perfect for sun tanning, walking and flying kites.
- Bloubergstrand’s two beaches, Big Bay and Little Bay (or Small Bay) – are favourite surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing spots, drawing international enthusiasts to annual competitions.
Beach Option 6
- Kommetjie is a village with a unique and special blend of beach, mountains, sea, nature and surf.
- Long beach is a calm, expansive beach offering picturesque views of sunsets & surrounding mountains.
- Make a stop at the Slangkoppunt Lightshouse.