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Get ready for a safari tour through the Aquila Private Game Reserve, hoping to catch sight of the Big 5—buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion and rhino. Soak up i...
Discover the highlights of Table Mountain National Park as you embark on a full-day tour around the Cape Peninsula. Travel in and out of pretty bays, see spe...
With a rugged coastline, species of African game and endemic vegetation, discover the natural wonders of the Cape Peninsula on a half-day tour. Gaze out upon...
The tour commences with a ferry trip across the bay to Robben Island. (Weather permitting). From the 17th to the 20th centuries, Robben Island served as a pl...
From the summit of the famous landmark Table Mountain, admire sweeping views of Cape Town before you embark on your exploratory drive of significant city sit...
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Boulders Beach Penguin Colony, Simon's Town 7995 South AfricaWe can include this as part of the...
Get to know South Africa from an entirely new perspective during a memorable dinner experience with live entertainment at Gold Restaurant. Delight in a 14-co...
Discover Cape Town on a shared Half Day City tour and explore Adderley Street monuments; the Castle of Good Hope; Bo-Kaap; the Noon Gun and take the Cable Ca...
In Stellenbosch, you will be swept away by breathtaking scenery and rows upon rows of wonderful, wine-producing vines. Travel inland to the lush, green count...
Unlock the secrets behind South Africa's history of winemaking and soak up the local flavour during a full-day adventure in the Cape Winelands. Cruise throug...
Look down on the city and the Atlantic Ocean from the top of one of the mountains that tower over Cape Town.
Experience an end-of-the-world sensation while discovering dramatic landscapes and spotting myriad bird species at Africa’s most southwesterly point.
See and be seen, admire beautiful sunsets and go hiking in the famous Twelve Apostles at one of Cape Town’s most stylish beaches.
Listen to live music performances and admire regal architecture at this landmark structure, made famous after Nelson Mandela gave a speech from its balcony.
Soft white sand, aquamarine water, striking mountain views and picture-perfect sunsets lure visitors to this collection of four fashionable beaches.
Enjoy food, wine and art and experience the majesty of birds of prey at one of the oldest wineries in South Africa.
Take a guided tour of this modern sports arena and then watch a soccer or rugby match while sitting among an energetic, vuvuzela-playing crowd.
Visit this attractive beach on Cape Town’s False Bay to enjoy safe swimming, shark cage diving, whale watching and beautiful mountain scenery.
Climb to the top of this serene mountain peak and bike or drive along a scenic road for some of the best views of the Cape Peninsula.
Hike up a prominent Cape Town landmark to enjoy gorgeous vistas across Table Bay and witness the firing of the Noon Gun.
Swimming fun for all ages in four open-air seawater swimming pools from which you can enjoy wonderful views of the Atlantic Ocean.
At one of South Africa’s oldest buildings, browse exhibitions about the history of Cape Town and walk on ramparts to enjoy stunning views of Table Mountain.
Sample award-wining wines, take a cellar tour and visit historical buildings at this 330-year-old vineyard nestled in the lush green Constantia Valley.
With sharks, rays, tropical fish and forests of kelp, this aquatic attraction provides deep insights into life under the ocean waves.
In the shadow of Table Mountain is this pleasant public park where you will find grassy lawns, themed gardens and statues of notable figures.
Shop for art and handicrafts from across the African continent and watch the busy action of Long Street from a café balcony.
The origin and development of the Jewish community in South Africa is revealed in the exhibitions and presentations at this compelling museum.
Rising to the east of the iconic Table Mountain, this soaring peak has accessible hiking trails, challenging climbs and exceptional city views.
Relax on the sand, take part in watersports and barbecue in front of beautiful ocean views at this attractive seaside location.
Sitting on a peninsula jutting out into the Irish Sea, Llandudno is one of Wales’ largest tourist resorts, largely because of its stunning beach. The main beach sits on the north shore, directly in front of the town and looking out onto Llandudno Bay.
This fascinating museum retells the story of District Six, a former multicultural community that was evicted during the turbulent apartheid years.
South African, African and Western European art are the big stars of this cultural attraction. Study hundreds of years of work by prominent artists.
Take a cellar tour to see the barrels, tanks and bottles in this illustrious wine farm that dates back 300 years.
Visit the cell where Nelson Mandela spent most of his sentence and explore the Table Bay island that has also served as a leper colony and a military base.
Sun, sand and spectacular sea life are all available at Boulders Beach, home to an impressive African Penguin colony.
The lofty summit of Table Mountain is Cape Town’s crowning glory, offering a coastal panorama that is second to none.
Feared by sailors for centuries, the jagged cliffs around the Cape of Good Hope showcase the splendour of South Africa’s native wilderness.
This is the oldest and most prestigious botanical garden in South Africa, home to the first collection in the world dedicated solely to indigenous plants.
Admire the Victorian architecture of the buildings and the quirky atmosphere in the bookstores and museums of this iconic street.
Fill your whole day with exciting activities at a family-friendly attraction that offers games and fun amid fields full of strawberries.
Pack your swimsuit for a day of beachside fun. Paddle, swim, stroll along the promenade and dine with ocean views.
Gaze up at the majestic Lion’s Head mountain from this swimming site that uses filtered seawater in its four pools.
Learn about extinct and modern land and sea animals and ponder the mysteries of the universe at this popular Cape Town institution.
This urban green space is a family-friendly venue home to children’s play areas, a biodiversity garden, exercise stations and picnic grounds.
The “French Corner” of South Africa’s Cape Winelands is famous for its bodegas and restaurants, art galleries, nature walks and stunning scenery.
Stunning sunsets and perfect blue water, scuba diving, mountain scenery and beachfront restaurants all make this one of Cape Town’s most popular beach suburbs.
This relaxed coastal town welcomes visitors with its sweeping beach and surf spots, farmers market, mountain scenery and nature walks.
Blending modern buildings with colourful period structures, the architecture at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront reflects its vibrant, cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Located on the striking shores of False Bay, this coastal town has sandy beaches, shark and fishing charters and the South African Naval Museum.
Enjoy the stunning views of Table Mountain and Robben Island and relax on the long sandy stretches in this neighborhood.
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