Cape Town offers countless tourist attractions, so try to plan ahead, and let us know if you need assistance with bookings or advice.
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens World-renowned for the beauty and diversity of the Cape flora it displays and for its magnificent setting against the slopes of Table Mountain. www.sanbi.org
Table Mountain Cableway One of South Africa's most famous landmarks, the mountain is home to approximately 1470 species of plants. www.tablemountain.net
Boulders Beach Simonstown A sheltered beach made up of inlets between granite boulders, from which the name originated, home to a protected penguin colony.
Two Oceans Aquarium Boasts more than 50 spectacular exhibits in 6 major galleries which explore the habitats surrounding the southernmost tip of Africa. www.aquarium.co.za
Constantia Wine Route "...A unique blend of centuries-old established wine homesteads and new stylish boutique wineries in a setting of unsurpassed beauty..." www.constantiawineroute.com
Stellenbosch Wine Route Summertime in the Cape Winelands is a celebration of health and beauty, a time to enjoy the good things in life.
Cape of Goodhope / Cape Point Sitting at the south-western tip of Africa, this reserve has been declared a natural world heritage site, and is a nature enthusiast's paradise. capepoint.co.za
Kalk Bay Harbour A combination of Informal, earthy restaurants where local fishermen hang out to upmarket fine dining, silverware, napkins and linen... Soak up the vibe and watch the boats coming into the harbour with the catch of the day.
V&A Waterfront Cape Town Situated between Robben Island and Table Mountain in the heart of Cape Town's working harbour; South Africa's most visited destination. www.waterfront.co.za