Cape Town Sight Seeing

Cape Town is renowned for the world-famous landmark Table Mountain, its vast winelands and exquisite coastline. Show on Map

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Explore Robertson by Bike

Where? Robertson
Explore the Robertson Wine Valley on a bicycle, enjoy a close-up view of the beautiful surroundings, visit local attractions, do some wine tasting on the way - and get your exercise too! Mallowdeen Bicycle ...

The Disa River Waterfall

Where? Bettys Bay
Within the surrounds of the Harold Porter National Botanical Gardens is the Disa River trail. This visually appealing trail leads you to the Disa River Waterfall, a magnificent and quite special feature. ...

Follow the cobble stone road

Where? De Waterkant
A history paved in pebbles, a stone throw from the ocean, grounded on the mountain rock; De Waterkant (the Water side). Count the blessings of the Cape while counting your footsteps on the cobbles that link ...

Franschhoek Wine Tram

Where? Franschhoek
Wine-tasting from a tram? We couldn’t think of a better idea! The Franschhoek Wine Tram offers a hop-on, hop-off tour of the Franschhoek Wine Valley; the vineyards, beautiful scenery, world-class restaurants ...

Heritage Drive of District Six

Where? Cape Town Central
Route: Buitenkant Street to Chapel Street Description: this is an excellent way to explore District Six, other than the yellow route of the City Sightseeing Bus Length: roughly 4 km Time: a morning ...

Hangklip Lighthouse

Where? Kleinmond
Beach gives way to sand dunes, sand dunes gives way to Fynbos, Fynbos gives way to a tower of light that leads ships on their way. Hanging at the entrance to False Bay in a town named Hangklip (hanging rock) ...

Hike the Vlakkenberg Mountain

Where? Constantia Valley
Spend a few hours over a weekend and hike the Vlakkenberg Mountain. Located in the Table Mountain National Park, Vlakkenberg is situated between Constantiaberg and Constantia Nek. Head off from the top ...

Montagu Tractor Trip

Where? Montagu
In 1985 the Protea Farm started offering the, now famous, Montagu Tractor Trip. The trips take place on Wednesday and Saturday (large groups can be accommodated on other days of the week except Sunday), the ...

Star-gazing in Swellendam

Where? Swellendam
Swellendam Stargazers was born after a group of enthusiastic astronomers decided to share their passion (and telescopes) with the general public! A 40 to 60 minute presentation is given and the group is ...

Fish Eagle Boat Cruise

Where? Malgas
Join us on the Fish Eagle Boat Cruise in the Malgas area on the Breeriver. Take a drive down to Milkwood Creek, view our family of Bontebok and hop onto our pontoon for a scenic trip which starts at 11am for ...

Eden to Addo Hike

Where? Addo
The Eden to Addo hike is considered by some as the longest, if not the toughest hiking trail in South Africa. Regarded as a 'mega' hike, the Eden to Addo entails an 18-day haul from Knysna to Addo and the Addo ...

Moederkerk, Stellenbosch

Where? Stellenbosch
A visit to Stellenbosch would be somewhat incomplete without a trip to the Moederkerk which is in the top end of the town. Moederkerk means Mother Church in Afrikaans and this is a Dutch Reformed church. ...

A Stroll in Kalk Bay Harbour

Where? Kalk Bay
A family favourite for a lovely sunny afternoon is a nice stroll along Kalk Bay Harbour. Especially for young kids, it is a place where there is always something interesting and exciting to see. Watch their ...

Walk the Muizenberg Catwalk

Where? Muizenberg
The Muizenberg Catwalk is a walk for everyone; whether you are young or old, fit or not so fit. This is a manageable, flat walk that passes beautiful views, historical buildings, incredible birdlife, war ...

Cape Point Ostrich Farm

Where? Cape Point
Close to where the two Ocean's meet is a bird farm with the world's largest flightless birds who despite their 2m wingspan are aided by their two claws to be the fastest two legged running creatures on earth, ...

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