Tourists love to be photographed by the brightly coloured houses in Bo Kaap
Cape Town is consistently voted one of the best cities in the world to visit by numerous international travellers.
On this tour, we’ll show you some of the attractions that give Cape Town its world class reputation.
Table Mountain forms the majestic and splendid backdrop to Cape Town - the place we call our Mother City.
A panoramic cable car ride to the summit is a must when here. If the weather isn’t good, the alternative is a scenic drive to Signal Hill, which also has all-around views of the city.
The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront with the backdrop of Table Mountain
After descending, you’ll tour the cosmopolitan and vibrant centre of the city and may visit some of its many highlights:
- The Company’s Gardens - an extended walk past historic buildings and the Garden where the Dutch first grew their vegetables and fruit in the late 1600’s.
- Houses of Parliament - a beautiful Victorian building which is our seat of government till this day.
- The City Hall & statue of Nelson Mandela on the spot where he made his first speech as a free man on 11 February 1990, after 27 years in prison.
Nelson Mandela's Statue on the balcony of the Cape Town City Hall was inaugurated by President Cyril Ramaphosa
- The Castle Of Good Hope - a fort built by the Dutch around 1666 and the oldest building in South Africa.
- The Cape Malay Quarter or Bo-Kaap with its brightly painted historic houses - an authentic Cape Town experience.
- Green Market Square and the colourful African Market.
After this, a trip out of town may include:
- A walk in Kirstenbosch - Cape Town’s highly acclaimed Botanical Gardens - also known as The Most Beautiful Garden in Africa.
- A visit to one of Constantia's acclaimed Wineries - a region where our first Wines were made.