Cape Point cannot be missed! Explore it during this Morning or Afternoon Half day tour. This Morning or Afternoon Half day Cape Point tour includes a visit to the Simonstown, the Penguin colony (optional), Cape Point, Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve and Chapmans Peak.
Operates: Daily Departs: 08h15 (mornings) & 13h45 (afternoons)
Returns: Approx 12:30 & approx 18h00 respectively
Enjoy a guided tour on top of Table Mountain and a scenic drive back to the city. The rotating cable car enables viewers to enjoy a constantly changing panorama of Cape Town. Spectacular photography can be achieved from the top of the mountain. From the mountain plateau, views stretch from Cape Town Harbour's western edge to Cape Point in the distance on the Atlantic horizon.
This World Heritage Site is Cape Town's most unique identifying landmark. Its summit soars 1086 metres (3562.9 feet) above sea level. Visitors can marvel at the awe-inspiring 360 degrees view of Cape Town while enjoying a meal or refreshing drink at the mountain top restaurant, or wandering the rocky trails lined with beautiful Fynbos. The mountain is, in fact, covered with a wide variety of wild flowers and is the natural home of the famous Silver tree.
In clear view from Table Mountain lies Signal Hill. (There are great views from the 350 metre (1148.2 feet) summit of Signal Hill as well). Signal Hill, which lies between Sea Point and the City Bowl, derived its name from practical purposes.
In the past, flags were hoisted from Signal Hill to advise residents of approaching ships. A guide will escort you to the top of the mountain and will return you to your hotel via a scenic coastal drive through Camps Bay and Clifton.
Returns: Approx 10h15
Join a half day experience of South African township life and culture. The N2 highway, connecting Cape Town International airport with the city, is lined with townships made up of densely packed shacks and buildings. During the turbulent days of the South African apartheid government, these were no-go areas, but today a township experience is becoming a must for the Cape Town visitor.
Many people feel apprehensive about entering townships, but it is here you'll discover another side of Cape Town, South Africa - Nelson Mandela's country. Visit The townships and museums in District Six, Langa, Gugulethu, Nyanga, and Khayelitsha.
Departs: 08h15 (Morning) 13:45 (Afternoon)Cape Towns Township Tours offer you an insight into and interaction with cultures, communities and individuals living in South Africa's colourful society. Witness every day life in a demanding environment and share in their hopes and achievements. The Township tours visit the townships of Langa, Gugulethu, Cross Roads and Khayelitsha.
This is the real Africa! Here traditional healers, traders, markets, shebeens and the Church play an important role in the community. You will also have a chance to buy arts and crafts of the local people and take a souvenir of this amazing African experience.
Most tours include a lunch of traditional food at the Igugu Le Afrika (Pride of Africa) restaurant. There is also the chance to have a drink and a game of pool with the locals at one of the many shebeens - there's one on almost every street block.
This Half day tour takes you to the Stellenbosch wine area and can be combined with other Half day tours. It is easy to understand why Simon van der Stel decided to settle a village amongst the mountains.
The backdrop of the Hottentots Holland mountains, the white gabled Cape Dutch homesteads and the oak lined streets and lanes all blend in to give Stellenbosch a charm that will not be easily forgotten. Enjoy a tour of Stellenbosch and an optional Cheetah visit. After a comprehensive tour you visit a local wine estate to sample some of the finest Cape wines on offer.
Departs: 08h15 (mornings) and 13h45 (afternoons)
Returns: Approx 12h30 & approx 18h00 respectively
Sense the spirit of Cape Town and trace the city's rich history on this exciting sightseeing tour. This Table Mountain & City Tour gives you the opportunity to sense the spirit of Cape Town and traces the history of the City from 1652 when the first Dutch Governor set foot on a beach nearby. The Table Mountain & City Tour also includes a boat trip at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.
You may choose to have lunch here (not included) and then join one of the other half day tours or be returned to your hotel. This Table Mountain & City Tour tour includes Table Mountain - weather permitting (otherwise Signal Hill), scenic coastal drive through Clifton and Sea Point, Houses of Parliament and tour of Cape Town.
Returns: Approx 12h30 Price excludes Cable Car fare