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Welcome to Cape Town - known as the Mother City - a city with a diverse range of attractions, sights and activities to offer. Cape Town has something for everyone. From the landmark beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay to the vibrant V&A Waterfront and Cape Town city centre and the award winning wine farms of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek - time spent in Cape Town & Surrounds will not be forgotten.

Table Mountain
See and experience Table Mountain - either hiking or take the cable car.
Cape Point
Go out to Cape Point and visit the Cape Peninsula National Park.
The Cape Peninsula
Explore the Peninsula and Hout Bay.
Cape Winelands
Tour the Winelands and visit towns like Paarl, Stellenbosch or Franschhoek.
V&A Waterfront
For Restaurants, shopping, arts & culture.
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
The Kirstenbosch Estate covers 528 hectares, 36 hectares make up the central landscaped garden on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain, it is home to more than 8 500 indigenous plant species, and is known as one of the Seven Magnificent Botanical Gardens of the world.
Robben Island
One of the most significant and symbolically charged pieces of land in South Africa, Robben Island guards the entrance to Table Bay.
Boulders Beach Penguin Colony
Townships Tours
View from Bloubergstrand
Looking back at Cape Town & Table Mountain
History & Culture
Absorb some History and Culture by visiting the many museums and historical places
Castle of Good Hope
World of Birds
The largest bird park in Africa and one of the few large bird parks in the World
Two Oceans Aquarium
District Six Museum
District Six was established as the sixth municipal district of Cape Town in 1867
Company Gardens
Established in 1652 by the Dutch East India Company as a vegetable garden, the Gardens (as it is known by the locals), is a leafy green centre in Cape Town.
The Two Oceans Aquarium showcases the incredible diversity of marine flora and fauna found in these rich oceans.
High Tea at the Mount Nelson
You don't have to be a guest to enjoy the colonial splendour of South Africa's most famous hotel.
Horse riding on Noordhoek Beach
Take a helicopter flip or day-tour
Stroll through Kalk Bay
Birding in Cape Town
The Cape Town region has many excellent spots for bird watching. The waters off the Cape Town coast are home to albatrosses, petrels, terns and gulls and many more. Just off-shore on Robben Island there is a breeding colony of African Penguins and it is the only place in Southern Africa where you will see the Chukar Partridge.
Rooibos Tea
Rooibos, the widely-famed natural tea indigenous to the Cape, is healthy and pleasant tasting.



Scenic Mountain Passes
The Western Cape has great mountain barriers that separate the coastal region from the interior.
Cape Agulhas
Cape Agulhas is the southern most tip of the African continent. The tip's exact location is marked by a cairn that was erected in 1986.
Karoo National Park
On the outskirts of Beaufort West lies the Karoo National Park.
Cederberg Wilderness Area
The Cederberg Mountains along the West Coast, is rich in archeological and cultural discoveries.
Knysna Lagoon
Nestled between the Outeniqua Mountains and the Indian Ocean lies the Knysna Lagoon.
Evita se Perron
South Africa's most famous white lady, Tannie Evita is the alter ego of satirist, Pieter-Dirk Uys.
Tree Topping
Try 'Tree Topping' in the Tsitsikamma Forest - one of only three places in the world such an opportunity is available to the public.
Shark Cage Diving
You don't have to be a qualified scuba diver to get up close and personal with the infamous jaws of a Great White Shark.
West Coast Spring Flowers (July - Oct)
The West Coast is renowned for its spectacular shows of spring wild flowers.
Whales (Jun - Nov)
Whales can be seen around our shores from late June to mid November.
Cango Caves
One of the wonders of the world, the Cango Caves are in the foothills of the Swartberg Mountains.
Ostrich Farms
Oudtshoorn is the ostrich capital of the world. Nowhere else are these funny looking feathered creatures found in such great numbers.
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