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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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' ...

Algeria Forest Station Short Walks

Where? Cederberg
Start: Algeria Forest Station (Cape Nature's Cederberg office), central Cederberg Finish: Algeria Forest Station Duration: various Fitness: moderate to easy Our tip: no matter how short the walk, remember ...

Karoo Cultural Tour by Donkey Cart

Where? Beaufort West
The Karoo is a key player in the history and heritage of the Western Cape and, indeed, of South Africa. As such, it is a wonderful place to explore and even visitors from other parts of the country are invited ...

Microlight Scenic Flights

Where? Durbanville
No matter how safe one is in a microlight, there is no doubt that there is a definite adrenalin rush when soaring over land and sea in one of these little aircrafts. Without a massive metal cocoon, passengers ...

Stanley’s Light

Where? Ladismith
This obscure landmark was created in 1963 using a bicycle lamp and other materials. He fixed it to halfway up Elandsberg Mountain as an indicator for water availability. As the stream filled and flowed, ...

Boulders Beach

Where? Simons Town
Enjoy a day lazing at Boulders Beach and see the world famous penguin colony. Take a dip in the warmer waters of the Indian Ocean and find yourself swimming with the Penguins. Just remember this area is a ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

V&A Waterfront Running Routes

Where? V&A Waterfront
Framed by Table Mountain on the one side and the glistening Atlantic Ocean on the other, the V&A Waterfront’s newly launched 2.2km and 5km running route offers one of the most picturesque running tracks in the ...

Ceres Self Drive Routes

Where? Ceres
Ceres is a spectacularly scenic part of the Western Cape, and is a fabulous destination for those wanting to explore the Cape via road. Although somewhat small, Ceres is divided into four unique areas. The ...

Do a Private Wine Tour

Where? Somerset West
You will be personally escorted on your exclusive wine tour by Richard Hilton, a Cape wine producer (Pax ‘Verbatim’ Vineyards) and lover of all things ‘gastro’. Each tour is different. That’s because we tailor ...

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. ...

Scenic Flight over the Cape Winelands

Where? Stellenbosch
We are based in Stellenbosch and operate from Stellenbosch airfield, which boasts one of the most scenic runways in South Africa. We offer three specific packages, but can also adapt any package to suit your ...

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 ...

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