Cape Towns Finest Tourist Attractions


The top of Table Mountain offers spectacular views in all directions and gives a bird’s-eye view of the city. The upper cable car station is situated at 1 067 metres and the revolving cable car makes sure that your trip up and down gives you a good look in all directions.

Contact Table Mountain
+27 (21) 424 0015

Cableway bookings


The famous Robben Island, whose prison was once home to former South African president Nelson Mandela, as well as many other political freedom fighters, is now a World Heritage Site and provides stunning views across the bay with Table Mountain as its backdrop.

A trip to the island is an unforgettable experience and offers a glimpse into the life and times of the apartheid era.

Contact Robben Island:
+27 (0)21 413 4200

Book a Robben Island Tour


At the tip of the Cape Peninsula you will find Cape Point within the Table Mountain National Park. The expansive Table Mountain National Park stretches from Table Mountain in the north to Cape Point in the south encompassing 220km squared. The treacherous cliffs forming the most southwestern tip of Africa are some of the highest in the world and mark the spot where the cold Benguela current on the West Coast and the warm Agulhus current on the East Coast merge.

Contact Boulders Beach:
+27(0) 21 786 2329

San Park Bookings


Situated within a stone’s throw from the Cape Town Stadium and in the heart of Cape Town’s working harbour, the V&A Waterfront offers the visitor an abundance of unforgettable experiences. Indoor shopping and entertainment venues seamlessly merge with more than 80 restaurants bringing a fusion of international food, from rustic al fresco fish and chips to starched table-cloth cuisine.

Contact V&A Mall:
+27 (0) 21 408 7500

V&A Waterfront

Two Oceans Aquarium

Located in the V&A Waterfront, the Two Oceans Aquarium makes for a fascinating and exciting visit for the whole family offering a variety of display tanks, interactive experiences, a touch pool and the highly popular predator tank.

The I&J Predator Exhibit contains 2.2 million litres of seawater and is one of the most dramatic exhibits in the Aquarium. There are several great viewing points including the semi-tunnel which hugs the perimeter of the exhibit – offering a spine-tingling encounter as sharks swim overhead.

Contact Two Oceans:
+27 (0)21 418 3823

Two Oceans Aquarium


Discover the fascinating history and unique culture of the Bo-Kaap, tucked away under the slopes of Signal Hill. Formerly known as the Malay Quarter, this bright and colourful neighbourhood has a rich Cape Malay culture with roots as old as Cape Town itself.

Visitors are able to see the Bo-Kaap neighbourhood by foot while also gaining insight into the district’s vivid history, culture and scenery on a free walking tour by Nielsen Tours. Trips depart three times a day each day, starting from Green Market Square on Shortmarket Street. On this tour guests will get an overview of Bo-Kaap’s best known landmarks, including the colourful houses, hidden places to find local beers, multiple mosques and historical restaurants and shops. This informative, fun and free tour is simply not to be missed!

Hout Bay & Chapmans Peak

Get a feel for the history of this former fishing village by going to the Hout Bay Harbour to take a boat to Seal Island (Dyer Island). For boat based whale watching and informative eco-trips around Dyer Island, visit Whale Watch SA. If you suffer from motion sickness take some tablets beforehand, as the combination of the movement of the boat and the smell of the seals can be overwhelming.

Chapman’s Peak Drive on the Atlantic Coast between Hout Bay and Noordhoek in the Cape Peninsula is one of the most spectacular marine drives in the world. Chapman’s Peak Drive is affectionately known as “Chappies” and is a must for anyone who is passionate about the majestic scenery of Cape Town. Visit the Chapman’s Peak website for road status and tariff details.

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