With too many to mention, Cape Town offers a hub of exciting and memorable activities to all guests on a Cape Town holiday, not surprising that it is the top tourist destination in South Africa. Amongst its many attractions is the ever popular Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Cape Point, Victoria and Alfred Waterfront and the beautiful Cape Winelands.
Table Mountain is a World Heritage Site and Cape Town's most famous landmark. Discover this majestic sleeping giant from the Cable Car, the perfect way to witness a spectacular African sunset.
Lying 12 kilometres north of Cape Town, Robben Island is a reminder of the anti Apartheid struggle of South Africa. Symbolizing the hardships and struggles of the past, Robben Island remains a popular and world renowned tourist attraction.
Where two oceans meet, Cape Point has always been one of Cape Town's most popular attractions. The Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve at Cape Point is famous for its spectacular kaleidoscope of wild and indigenous flowers.
No trip to Cape Town is complete without descending on this vibrant Cape Town attraction. Boasting a myriad of shops, boutiques, restaurants, and coffee shops, the V&A Waterfront is the place to see and be seen. It is here that you can discover the culture, diversity and beauty of the city, from shows at the Amphitheatre, to trips to the historical Robben Island.
The breathtaking Cape Winelands never disappoints on a Cape Town holiday. Travelling through this beautiful place is indeed an unforgettable experience. Visit quaint towns and the amazing wine routes, meet friendly locals, learn about the history of the city, and sample some of the world's finest wines.