Cape Town Sight Seeing

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

Destinations in Cape Town

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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 ...

Lion's Head Hike

Where? Kloof Nek
As one of the best known and most popular hiking trails up Lion’s Head, this is a must for visitors to Cape Town that want to experience the true South African outdoors. This trail takes only one to two hours ...

Watch Penguins Play

Where? Bettys Bay
Things in life aren't always black and white... except for the African Penguin. Of course things that are black and white leave little room for individuality... except for the African Penguin whose specific ...

Penguin Sea Kayak Trip

Where? Simons Town
The African Penguin colony that inhabits the beaches and unique rock formations of the Western Cape coastline continues to lure tourists from all over the world to learn more about these marine birds and their ...

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 ...

Clarence Drive Scenic Route

Where? Kleinmond
Get on the scenic route of Clarence Drive for a fabulous day out with magnificent sights. Starting in Kleinmond, the road will take you through Betty’s Bay and Pringle Bay, to Gordons Bay and finally Rooi ...

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 ...

Winelands Sunset Drive

Where? Franschhoek
The famous gourmet capital of the Western Cape is the wine valley of Franschhoek. As a valley it is cradled between mountain ranges that display a spectacular view over the luscious vineyard region. As you ...

The Botterboom Hiking Trail

Where? Worcester
Pack the right gear and embark on the Botterboom Hiking Trail. This two and a half day hike begins at the Veldskoen Padstal and you must obtain a permit from here before you start the trail. The first day ...

Hermanus Wine Hoppers

Where? Hermanus
There are few things that could go wrong on a wine tour in the Cape. However, one of the challenges that wine-lovers face is choosing a designated driver for their exploration of the local wine farms, where ...

Dwars River Escape Route

Where? From Stellenbosch area
Launched in 2003, the Dwars River Escape Route includes not only some incredible scenery, cultural features, things to do and places of historical significance, but also a mix of entrepreneurs, community ...

Self Drive Saldanha to Paternoster

Where? Saldanha to Paternoster
Route: Saldanha, Langebaan, Churchhaven, Postberg Nature Reserve, Velddrif and Laaiplek, Dwarskersbos, Cape Columbine, Paternoster Description: The waters of Saldanha bay and Langebaan Lagoon, the spring ...

Heritage Walk of Cape Town's East City

Where? Cape Town Central
Route: The corner of Adderley and Longmarket streets to upper Buitenkant Street Description: an excellent way to explore the semi-industrial, creative hub of Cape Town's East City Length: roughly 3 ...

Open-top Bus Tour around Cape Town

Where? Cape Town Central
The best way to see the City is through City Sightseeing Cape Town, the world’s leading open-top tour operator. Join us for a 2 hour guided, open-top bus trip around the Mother City. The tour includes the ...

Explore Simons Town

Where? Simons Town
Situated on the Eastern side of the Cape Peninsula, and named after Simon van der Stel, the town was proclaimed as a safe winter harbour in 1741 and then grew rapidly when it became a Royal Navy base. There ...

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