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


Self Drive Cape Town to Taal Monument

Where? Paarl
Route: Cape Town, Stellenbosch (Muratie, Spier, Boschendal and other wine estates), Helshoogte Pass, Taal Monument Description: Explore the fertile valleys of the Berg and Eerste rivers, where vines first ...

Explore the Cango Caves

Where? Oudtshoorn
The Cango Caves are a series of dripstone caverns that open into vast halls of towering stalagmite formations with names like ‘the bridal couple’, ‘glass flower fantasy’, ‘weird cango candle’ and ‘the hanging ...

Picnic at Cape Point Vineyards

Where? Noordhoek
Situated on the slopes of the Noordhoek Amphitheater, where our vineyards overlook the famous Noordhoek Beach, Cape Point Vineyards undoubtedly offers a breathtaking view. Come and experience the magic of ...

Gourmet Motorcycle Tour

Where? Constantia
Don’t you love the rumbling sound of a motorbike … or was that your stomach? Well either way, both rumblings will be satisfied on this unique tour. Hop on a late model BMW motorcycle, strap on your helmet and ...

Lots Wife and Window Rocks

Where? Cederberg
The Cedarberg Mountain Range in the Western Cape is simply exquisite, emitting a mysterious beauty and allure all its own. The magnificence of this huge range is breath-taking, and continues to draw visitors ...

Self Drive Cape Town to Wellington

Where? Wellington
Route: Bloubergstrand, Philadelphia, Malmesbury, Riebeek-Kasteel, Nuwekloof Pass, Tulbagh, Bainskloof, Wellington Description: from the most recognisable view of Table Mountain north to the 'Land van Waveren' ...

Cederberg Astronomical Observatory

Where? Cederberg
In the early 1980s, a British astronomer named Peter Mack, who was working for the SAAO (South African Astronomical Observatory), visited the Cederberg and saw its potential as a base for an amateur ...

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 ...

Do it in a Side Car

Where? Sea Point
'Look Ma no hands!'. Romance Cape Town's breathtaking coastal drives with eye goggles, a helmet, the wind on your face and a qualified chauffeur rider by your side so that all your attention can be spent ...

Whale Watching in Fish Hoek

Where? Fish Hoek
Jager’s Walk, a beautiful walk path with a bird’s eye view of the whales, curves along the coastline towards Glencairn and takes you all the way into Simons Town. Whales often visit here and have even beached ...

West Coast Rock Art Route

Where? Cederberg
Start: Citrusdal or Clanwilliam tourist information Finish: Citrusdal Duration: As long as you want it to take, depending on how often you stop, but the route deserves at least a weekend Vehicle: You can ...

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 ...

Self Drive Cape Town to Stellenbosch

Where? Stellenbosch
Route: Cape Town, Muizenberg, Sir Lowry's Pass, Grabouw, Franschhoek, Pniel, Stellenbosch Description: explore the passes of the Boland Mountains through valleys awash with vineyards, fruit orchards and ...

Fairest Cape & Township Cycle

Where? Cape Town
We start out at daybreak, meeting at the world-renowned Cape Grace Hotel in the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. We transfer to our starting point on Signal Hill, high above the city on Table Mountain. We ...

See the Light on Robben Island

Where? V&A Waterfront
Robben Island is a small island whose activities have documented the changing of time, the course of history and the progress of mankind. First discovered in 1575 by Portuguese explorers as a natural ...

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