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-tour Art Deco Architecture

Where? Cape Town Central
The Central Business District (CBD) of Cape Town city is a gallery of architectural achievement. South African angles of symmetry in design constructed buildings of historic elegance. The 1920 - 1930 Modernity ...

Segway Gliding Tours at Spier

Where? Stellenbosch
Spier Wine Farm in Stellenbosch is one of the most popular vineyards to visit with outstanding views and award winning wines. The original buildings, farm and history date back to 1692 and is situated ...

Cape Town by Electric Bike

Where? V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
Looking for a more dependable, more nimble, more invigorating and just more fun way to experience the city? Then look no further than our 'Cape Town by Electric Bike' city tour. Electric bikes have some ...

Visit the Waenhuiskrans Cave

Where? Arniston
Waenhuiskrans (wagon house cliff) is the highlight of a visit to Waenhuiskrans Nature Reserve in Arniston. What makes the Waenhuiskrans Cave so exciting is the low-tide leap-and-a-bit to reach it, over ...

Meander along Jager Walk

Where? Fish Hoek
Fish Hoek (Fish 'Corner') sits between ocean and mountain. This long white beach parallel to a working railway line ends in Catwalk that leads towards Simon's Town. This coastal footpath cutting alongside ...

Self Drive Citrusdal to Porterville

Where? Citrusdal
Route: Citrusdal, Prince Alfred Hamlet, Ceres, Tulbagh, Porterville Description: a number of mountain passes both east and south of Citrusdal's orange groves Length: roughly 245 km Time: a day, at ...

Rent-a-Bike and Cycle the Kogelberg

Where? Kleinmond
Rent-a-bike; own-the-experience. Two legs can get you so far breathing in the fresh air but two wheels can get you so much further with the wind blowing through your hair. The Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve ...

Mouille Point Beach

Where? Mouille Point
Its a beautiful day in the Mother City and what started as a quick morning shop at the V&A Waterfront ends up as a marathon shopping spree. Its too late for a beach day but you want to take advantage of the ...

Cape Point Hike

Where? Cape Point
Start: Platboom beach, roughly 3 km south of Gifkommetjie beach; there is a parking area Finish: Cape Point's main gate Duration: 18 km one way (leaving a car at the gates is essential) Fitness: it's a long ...

Ceres Rail Company

Where? Ceres
Ceres is an exquisite valley in the heart of the Western Cape’s farmlands. Sprawling fruit orchards rise to meet the towering mountains of the Boland, graced by the clear sunshine of South Africa and tickled ...

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. ...

Kanna Biodiversity Route

Where? Start in Calitzdorp
The Kanna Biodiversity Route is a rural tourism route created by Open Africa as a way to draw attention to the lesser-known gems, and old favourites, of the Klein Karoo and Route 62. Kanna, or Sceletium ...

Cape Point Lighthouse Walk

Where? Cape Point
Start: parking lot at Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve Finish: parking lot Duration: 2 km return Fitness: easy, children can do the walk Our tip: your Wild Card will gain you entrance to this and many ...

Capedry Tractor Trip

Where? Montagu
Just 180 kilometres from Cape Town, dubbed the gateway to the Little Karoo, is the enticing town of Montagu. It may be small, but it is charming for its history and irresistible for its natural beauty and ...

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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