While exploring a city on your own steam may be preferable to many travellers, there is something to be said for having a guide. From pointing out interesting landmarks that may have gone by unnoticed to helping you barter with local informal traders, guided walking tours are always worth investigating on your urban travels. Explore Cape Town’s City Walk via: Footsteps to Freedom, Cape Town Free Walking Tours or the City Sightseeing Walking Tours…
Whether you’re an early riser, or more a fan of the great South African sundowner, there is a perfect sun-gazing vantage point for you in Cape Town. Here are 7 of the best namely: Table Mountain Cableway, Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden, Robben Island, V&A Waterfront, Cape Point, City Walk and Groot Constantia .
A trip to the Mother City will not be complete without a visit to each Cape Town Big 7 attractions namely: Table Mountain Cableway, Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden, Robben Island, V&A Waterfront, Cape Point, City Walk and Groot Constantia – represents the perfect combination of dramatic scenic beauty, enthralling history and exhilarating activities that have come to define this beautiful corner of South Africa.
Read this first-hand account of a morning at Robben Island Museum to find out why the historical location is so much more than a journey back in time.
There is no shortage of amazing places to wine & dine in Cape Town and with the chilly weather settling in there is no better place to find yourself: in a cosy restaurant with a delicious meal and a glass of wine or two.
If you find yourself at a loose end on a cold winters day in Cape Town, why not join one of the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens’ Family Winter Wonders Programme activities this School Holiday? Alternatively join a kid friendly guided garden walk that are offered free of charge – you are guaranteed to visit places in Kirstenbosch that you’ve never seen before.
Safety is a number one priority at the Table Mountain Cableway. For this reason, the Cableway closes each year for a brief period to allow a team of experienced engineers to inspect the entire operation. This year, the cableway will be closed from Monday 25 July until Sunday 7 August.