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Things to do in Cape Town

Situated right at the bottom of Table Mountain and as one of the largest population centres in South Africa it’s not surprising that Cape Town is one of the most frequently visited cities within the entire country.
In following please find a choice of attractions you just can’t miss!

Table Mountain

Table Mountain Table Mountain is one of the most popular tourist-attractions within South Africa. Besides numerous walking paths with different levels of difficulty, in 1929 a cable car was put in operation – this Table Mountain Aerial Cableway gets past … → More

Robben Island

Robben Island Nowadays Robben Island is a nature reserve with a large amount of animal species – especially birds. But the Island rose to fame due to its former prison. In the 7th century the Island was used as a … → More

Victoria and Alfred Waterfront

Victoria and Alfred Waterfront The V&A Waterfront is Cape Town’s dock area and presents itself as a modern shopping paradise with exclusive boutiques, gift shops and many other stores. Besides you find a large variety on restaurants and cafes with … → More

Castle of Good Hope

Castle of Good Hope The Castle of Good Hope was built 1666-79 and is the oldest building in the entire country. Nowadays it accommodates a museum – and the army’s headquarter. The pentagonal defensive wall is even older as it … → More

Two Oceans Aquarium

Two Oceans Aquarium The Two Oceans Aquarium is situated right at the V&A Waterfront. It owes its name to its close distance to Cape Agulhas where the Atlantic and Indian Ocean meet. It is considered to be one of the … → More

Camps Bay

Camps Bay The Ocean View Guesthouse is located in beautiful Camps Bay – in a unique setting at the bottom of the Twelve Aposteles, providing a wide promenade and the largest beach in Cape Town and its close area. Camps … → More


Clifton Clifton is located south of Sea Point, directly at the bottom of Lion’s Head. Its modern, spacious villas are as prominent as its four beaches – each one sheltered by rock formations. Sunset along Victoria Road in Clifton with … → More

Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens Address Rhodes Drive, Newlands Phone 021 799 8783 Open September – March: 08:00 am to 7:00 pm April – August: 08:00 am to 6:00 pm Admission Adults R45 Children R10 The botanical garden “Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens” is … → More

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