Cape Town Sight Seeing

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Electric Bike Tours

Where? Cape Town
For adventure and excitement that doesn’t work up too much of a sweat (unless you’d like it to), the electric bike tours offered by E-lectric Ventures are where it’s at. Enjoy private tours that are ...

Woodcutters Journey

Where? Storms River
A specially designed off road vehicle in camouflaged green with a yellow canopy leads you to the resting spot of historic wagons that once travelled the forest. Guides take you along the elephant trail ...

Walk the Palmiet River Trail

Where? Kleinmond
Walk the Palmiet River Trail in the Kogelberg Nature Reserve: The River Trail is on the R44 between Betty’s Bay and Kleinmond, about 100kms from Cape Town. Located in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, this ...

Whale Watching from Boyes Drive

Where? Muizenberg
Whether it be a passing drive or a leisurely stroll along Boyes Drive, there are many allocated stop-offs along the mountain side, where you can park off and view the vast ocean below. Surrounded by the False ...

Self Drive Robertson to Villiersdorp

Where? Robertson
Route: Robertson, McGregor, Riviersonderend, Greyton, Genadendal, Villiersdorp Description: mountains, remote river valleys, quaint villages, oak trees and the odd gravel road Length: roughly 250 km Time: a ...

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 ...

Hermanus Zipline Tour

Where? Hermanus
The popular whale-watching town of Hermanus continues to be one of the Western Cape Province’s loveliest attractions. Every year, between June and October / November, Southern Right and Humpback whales skirt ...

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 ...

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 ...

Atlantic Rail Day Trips

Where? Foreshore
Take a step back into a bygone era by taking a day trip on an Atlantic Rail steam train from Cape Town to Simon's Town. Atlantic Rail run regular day trips around the peninsula from Cape Town to Simon's ...

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, ...

Gifkommetjie to Platboom Hike

Where? Cape Point
Start: Gifkommetjie beach, Cape Point Nature Reserve Finish: Platboom beach, Cape Point Nature Reserve Duration: 5 km, roughly 2 hours, unless you do it return Fitness: moderate Our tip: fine to do with ...

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. ...

Self Drive the Cape Peninsula

Where? Cape Peninsula
Self Drive the Cape Peninsula – two oceans in one day and one of the most beautiful drives, and easiest way to truly orientate yourself to the mountain range and two oceans that dominate Cape Town. Route: ...

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 ...

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