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Things To Do in Cape Town

The mother city of Cape Town, recently voted as the most beautiful city in the world offers more scenic and historical venues than can be visited in one day. Allow yourself a couple of days and definitely a trip on Cape Town's now famous open top bus to take in the mother cities beauty.

Aquarium

Aquarium

Aquarium Exhibits simulate local condidtions of our 2 oceans surrounding our magnificent shores & include specimens e.g. sharks, penguins, seals, sun fish and much more. This is specatacle not to be missed.
Open daily 365 days a year 09H30 to 18H00

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Cape Point

Cape Point

At the tip of the Cape Peninsula 60 km south-west of Cape Town, lies Cape Point nature reserve within the Table Mountain National Park; a declared Natural World Heritage Site. Encompassing 7 750 hectares of rich and varied flora and fauna; abounding with buck, baboons and Cape mountain zebra as well as over 250 species of birds.

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Cape Town Red City Tour

Cape Town Red City Tour

Hop on and hop off the double-decker red bus and discover Cape Town. The best way to get to Table Mountain and back, our family-friendly bus offers informative audio commentary about Cape Town's major attractions in 15 languages, with a special audio channel just for kids. City Sightseeing tours are the easiest and most fun way to see the sights!

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Casino

Casino

GrandWest Casino and Entertainment World in Cape Town is the largest entertainment destination of its kind in South Africa.

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Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden

Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden

Visit the Kistenbosch Botanical Gardens to enjoy one of the world's largest botanical gardens dedicated to indigenous plants and trees. with more than 7 000 species of plants and trees.

The gardens are home to a wide variety of birdlife.

See too the amazing new "Boomslang" (meaning tree snake) which forms part of the Tree Canopy Walkway, a curved steel and timber bridge which winds and dips its way through and over the Arboretum. Truly spectacular.

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Robben Island

Robben Island

The island, now a world heritage site is located some 9 km offshore from Cape Town. Daily tours leave for the island at regular intervals and tours can be booked in advance. Take a ferry ride from the V & A Waterfront to Robben Island for and informative and funfilled day.

Of great historical significance to South Africa, you simply cannot miss out on a ferry trip to Robben Island to see what was home to Nelson Mandela, one of our greatest statesmen.

The island, now a world heritage site is located some 9 km offshore from Cape Town. Daily tours leave for the island at regular intervals and tours can be booked in advance.

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Table Mountain

Table Mountain

From the top of Table Mountain you have magical views. There are winding walkaways, inquisite rock rabbits and wonderful flora. 

You can go to the top (1.084m high) with a cable car or walk. Table Mountain is also a National Park.

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V & A Waterfront

V & A Waterfront

Situated between Robben Island and Table Mountain in the heart of Cape Town's working harbour, the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront has become South Africa's most visited destination. Live, work, shop and play at the V&A Waterfront.

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