Table Mountain & Cableway: One of the New 7 Natural Wonders of the World. Ascend via the Cable Car or hike your way up one of the many routes. See Cape Town from the top!
Robben Island: A Symbol of the triumph of human spirit - today it is a World Heritage Site (1999) & museum. Robben Island - famous for being 'home' to one of South Africa's most famous political prisoners - Nelson Mandela.
V&A Waterfront: A working harbour as well as host to over 450 stores, restaurants, art & craft markets, leisure attraction & cultural landmarks. This vibrant waterfront in the heart of Cape Town is a must-visit attraction.
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden: World Renowned for the beauty & diversity of the Cape Flora it displays and its magnificent setting on the slopes of Table Mountain.
Groot Constantia: The Constantia Valley is Cape Town's vineyard as the oldest wine-making region in the southern hemisphere. 8 wine farms & the historical Groot Constantia estate combine terroir & climate to produce world class wines.
Cape Point: The south-western tip of Africa has captivated travellers for centuries with its dramatic scenery & fascinating history. Rugged coastline, wildlife, flora, the Flying Dutchman funicular, Two Oceans Restaurant & shops make a visit one of the top Cape Town attractions. Read More...
Cape Town offers a dream lifestyle for outdoor enthuisasts - from sea to earth to sky! You can jump out of a plane, (or off a mountain). You can surf, dive, walk, run, hike, cycle and more. Cape Town also boasts a great sporting culture & major international sporting events visit the city regularly.
If you are an historian, you'll love the preserved historical buildings - from the city centre to Simon's Town, as well as the Robben Island museum and a host of excellent museums.
Art & culture:
Artists and creative souls will fall in love with the galleries and the colourful streets. Inner city design and decor shops abound in the booming cosmopolitan city & the surround suburbs that embrace poets, artists, authors & actors. The theatre and dance scene is vibrant - embracing a cross-section of cultures.
Food & Wine:
Food and wine lovers are almost obliged to make a pilgrimage to Cape Town which offers some of the finest wines on the globe in partnership with superb restaurants. Foodies are spoilt for choice when it comes to dining - and all in spectacular settings.
Cape Town has a thriving nightlife and festival scene. There are a plethora of events and festivals in the city and all this is evident in the spirit of the Capetonian residents who get out there and enjoy all the city's entertainment.
Citizens of Cape Town proudly welcome and host their guests - be they families, romantic couples or singles. Visitors are welcomed regardless of whether they are visiting for business or leisure.