Around Cape Town
Cape of Good Hope
This is the place where the two great oceans meet and where you can experience "The Fairest Cape in all the world." Don’t forget to stop at Boulders Beach where you can swim with the penguins and enjoy the breathtaking views en-route to Cape Point.
Table Mountain is not only majestic as it stands proudly in front of the ocean but also offers panoramic views of the city, harbour and beaches. Take the cable car or hike up if you like the outdoors.
Drive through the picturesque landscape of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek among mountains and vineyards and enjoy the different aromas and flavours of our wines.
An African experience is not complete without a wildlife safari. Set in a big green oasis, the safari park gives you an opportunity to view a wide range of African animals, bird species and if lucky, spot the Big Five (rhinoceros, buffalo, lion, leopard and elephant).
Shark cage diving
Come face to face with the Great White, the most fearsome predator of the sea. Seeing these creatures in their natural habitat is bound to get your adrenalin pumping.
Cape Town offers super water sport activities such as kite surfing, surfing and wake boarding to only mention a few. For the inland sport fanatics we have golf, awesome hikes, climbing, abseiling and plenty more.
Walk along our famous Long Street and experience the nightlife like a local or join a karaoke bar and sing your heart out to a very co-operative audience. If you prefer a more mellow evening then why not enjoy a cocktail at a beach bar or at a Jazz pub? You could even Salsa the night away if that is your kind of thing.
Shop till you drop at our well-known V&A Waterfront or at Canal Walk, the biggest shopping centre in the southern hemisphere. Bargain with the artisans for local produce and goods at any of the markets and take home a piece of Africa.