There are several ways to explore the Cape Town Big 7, all of which depend on how many days you are spending in Cape Town and how much time you have to spend at each destination.
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 24 July to Sunday 6 August.
Nelson Mandela International Day commemorates the lifetime of service Nelson Mandela gave to South Africa and the world. It was launched on his birthday, 18 July, in 2009 via a unanimous decision by the UN General Assembly.
The School Holidays are around the corner and what better way to spend it than exploring the Cape Town Big 7 Attractions! Top 10 things to do this School Holiday
Winter shouldn’t stop you from exploring our beautiful Mother City and there is definitely something romantic about winters in Cape Town. There are plenty of places to cosy up to in the colder months. Think toasty fireplaces and hearty meals at cosy restaurants. Here are our Top Cosy Places at the Cape Town Big 7 attractions.
Did you know that the Cape Town Big 7 are on Instagram? Follow us for amazing photos of the Mother City. Tag us with your Cape Town Big 7 moments with @CapeTownBig7 and you could be featured! Here are our Top 7 Photos from the Cape Town Big 7 this May! Table Mountain Cableway, Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden, Robben Island, V&A Waterfront, Cape Point, City Walk and Groot Constantia.