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Destinations in Cape Town


Transcending History Tours

Where? Cape Town City Bowl
Lucy Campbell gives refreshingly personal Cultural Heritage tours aimed at revealing the historical diversities that is Cape Town. With her enthusiastic and captivating presence, she weaves stories through ...

Victoria Mxenge Project

Where? Athlone
Just south of where Lansdowne and Ottery Roads meet in Cape Town is the community of Victoria Mxenge, named after one of the heroes of the freedom struggle in South Africa, and one of the places to visit on ...

Mission Station Route

Where? Cape Town Central
Connecting the mission towns of Mamre, Goedverwacht, Wittewater, Papendorp, Ebenhaezer, Wupperthal, Troe-Troe Sending and Rietpoort, the mission station route is a wonderfully different perspective on the ...

Visit Rhodes Memorial

Where? Rondebosch
On the northern flank of Table Mountain on the slopes of Devils’ Peak looking out across Rondebosch and the Cape Flats towards the distant sea and the Helderberg and Hottentots Holland Mountains stands Rhodes ...

Tour the Castle of Good Hope

Where? Cape Town Central
The Cape of Good Hope, South Africa's version of America's Pentagon, is a five point, star shaped fortress, and South Africa's oldest building built between 1666 and 1679. A surviving Colonial building it was ...

Calitzdorp Dutch Reformed Church

Where? Calitzdorp
The small town of Calitzdorp is perched conveniently along the R62, a popular tourist route that highlights the cultures, vistas and stunning wines for which South Africa is acclaimed. Calitzdorp has a long ...

Visit the Amy Biehl Memorial

Where? Gugulethu
The Amy Biehl foundation was created in remembrance of American exchange student Amy Biel who was a gifted student at the University of the Western Cape who wanted to make a difference in South Africa. Amy ...

Klipgat Caves

Where? Gansbaai
Gansbaai in the Western Cape is not only popular as a shark cage diving destination; it is also home to the historically relevant Klipgat Caves. These caves were once home to ancient humankind. In fact, ...

Visit the SA Jewish Museum

Where? Cape Town Central
The South African Jewish Museum was officially opened by Nelson Mandela in 2000. Standing proud in the 'Museum Mile' in central Cape Town the entrance to the museum is situated in the Old Synagogue which is ...

Just Nuisance

Where? Simons Town
Just Nuisance was a likable resident in Simons Town and a statue of him stands in Jubilee square in his memory. After birth he was sold to a man who ran the United Services Institute in Simons Town. Most of ...

Visit Nobel Square

Where? V&A Waterfront
Nobel Square honours South Africa's four Nobel Peace laureates: the late Chief Albert Luthuli, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, and former presidents Nelson Mandela and FW de Klerk. The sculptures of the four ...

Green Point Lighthouse

Where? Mouille Point
Ever had that dream where you follow an old man clutching a rusty key dangling loosely on weathered key ring along a stormy beach crashing with waves. Then you push open a heavy door and follow the light of ...

Montagu Museum

Where? Montagu
The Montagu Museum comprises three elements; namely the Old Mission Church, the KWV Building Complex and Joubert House. Montagu Museum showcases the history and heritage of Montagu and, particularly, its ...

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