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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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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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, ...

Star-gazing in Swellendam

Where? Swellendam
Swellendam Stargazers was born after a group of enthusiastic astronomers decided to share their passion (and telescopes) with the general public! A 40 to 60 minute presentation is given and the group is ...

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 ...

Visit the Knysna Heads and Coney Beach

Where? Knysna
A visit to the Knysna Heads is certainly a must while here or visiting nearby areas. The view is nothing like you have ever seen, with jutting rocks and spectacular sea views. There is something really special ...

Moederkerk, Stellenbosch

Where? Stellenbosch
A visit to Stellenbosch would be somewhat incomplete without a trip to the Moederkerk which is in the top end of the town. Moederkerk means Mother Church in Afrikaans and this is a Dutch Reformed church. ...

Eve's Trail

Where? Langebaan
30 kilometres in 2 and a half days: One of five slackpacker trails that take place in the Cape West Coast Biosphere, Eve's Trail is a wilderness hike that starts on the white sands of the beach south of ...

Two Oceans Restaurant

Where? Cape Point
A bite of Two Oceans … If you fancy a meal at the tip of Africa take yourself off to the Two Oceans restaurant at Cape Point. With a huge deck (and huge views) perfect for breakfast or lunch and a menu ...

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' ...

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 ...

A Stroll in Kalk Bay Harbour

Where? Kalk Bay
A family favourite for a lovely sunny afternoon is a nice stroll along Kalk Bay Harbour. Especially for young kids, it is a place where there is always something interesting and exciting to see. Watch their ...

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