Cape Attractions

Table Mountain reaches a height of 1085m with the iconic flat surface allowing it to appear as a ‘table’, inspiring its name. The world-class cable car provides a breathtaking view of the peninsula.

Signal Hill is the famous, flat-topped hill located in Cape Town, next to Table Mountain and Lion’s Head. Well known for the cannon shot every day to signal noon.

V&A Waterfront is a huge entertainment venue with pubs, restaurants, specialty shops, craft markets, theatres and movies all set in a commercial harbour.

Two Oceans Aquarium is home to 3000 living sea animals including sharks, fish, turtles and penguins.

Helicopter Flip Explore the breathtaking wonders of the Cape Peninsula with exhilarating helicopter flights in and around Cape Town.

Robben Island where Mr. Nelson Mandela spent the majority of his 27 years imprisonment, now a tourist and historical attraction.

Grand West Casino is the Mother City’s premier entertainment extravaganza offering restaurants, movies an ice rink and activities for the whole family.

Ratanga Junction theme park has more than 24 exhilarating rides for all ages. Many restaurants to enjoy.

Rhodes Memorial, at the base of Devil’s Peak, provides spectacular views towards Table Bay and False Bay and the Hottentots Holland mountains.

Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden is world renowned for the beauty and diversity of Cape flora and a great variety of visiting birds.

Chapmans Peak Drive winds it way between Noordhoek and Hout Bay and is one of the most spectacular marine drives in the world. The drive offers stunning 180° views with many areas along the route where you can stop.

Cape Point Nature Reserve Enormous sea cliffs tower above the battering ocean. The shore is littered with shipwrecks, testimony to the notoriously treacherous waters around here.

Boulders Beach Penguin Colony near Simons Town is home to a growing colony of the vulnerable African Penguin.

Beaches, Western Cape A huge variety of beaches and rock pools stretch along our coastline for all sorts of activities such as sun bathing, walking, watersports and swimming.

Langebaan, Cape West Coast Just over 100 km from Cape Town. Caribbean-like beaches surround crystal clear water of the lagoon making this a kiteboarding and watersport hot spot.

West Coast National Park Just inland from the secluded harbour of Saldanha Bay one finds the azure waters of the Langebaan Lagoon, focal point of the West Coast National Park.

Ceres Years ago Ceres was the gateway to the diamond fields. Today the Ceres museum is home to some of these wagons and also boasts an exhibition on the wildlife species and of the apartheid years.

Hermanus The Overberg coastline sanctuary offers the best land-based sightings of whales, arguably the best in the world. Boat excursions also readily available.

Gansbaai is the Great White Shark capital of the world. Gansbaai is one of the few places left in the world where one can still shark cage dive with these magnificent creatures.

L’ Agulhas is the southernmost town in Africa, located at the very tip of the legendary foot of Africa it has the oldest working lighthouse in South Africa.

The Swartland Wine Route stretches from the Berg River in the North to the Paardeberg in the South, encompassing Piketberg, Porterville, Malmesbury and the Riebeek Valley. Enjoy world class wines.

Breedekloof Wine Route is the youngest wine route in South Africa and just 90 km outside of Cape Town, the Breedekloof wine route lies in the Breede River Valley.

Cape Agulhas Wine Route The climate provides a very cool ripening season that results in unique explosive flavours. Perfect for Sauvignon Blanc and promising for Semillon and Shiraz.

Cape Point Wine Route Cooler breezes off the Atlantic and warmer winds from False Bay allow the grapes to ripen slowly producing premium quality wines. These vines have received awards at home and overseas.

Constantia Wine Route just 20 minutes outside of Cape Town is breathtakingly beautiful with centuries-old vineyards stretching up the eastern slopes of the Constantiaberg mountainside.

Darling Wine Route is recognised as a viticultural region with great potential and is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful areas in South Africa, only an hour’s drive from Cape Town.

Franschhoek Wine Route has launched a Cap Classique route that includes nine cellars within a distance of 4 km, The sparkling wine tour includes teaching visitors about the methods of making Cap Classique.

Helderberg Wine Route A sub-route of the Stellenbosch Wine Routes, these vines lie on the slopes of the Helderberg and combine the influences of mountain and maritime climate producing some very unique wines.

Stellenbosch Wine Route is the oldest in the country and represents over 300 wineries. It is divided into a number of sub-routes, namely: Bottelary Hills, Devon Valley Vintners, Helderberg and Simonsberg-Stellenbosch.