Cape Town has always been a destination of choice for many. With its golden beaches, bustling malls and lively locals, you won’t be short of things to do in this city. Popular attractions include Table Mountain as well as exploring Cape Point, the southern most point of South Africa.
Claiming the title of the oldest building in South Africa, the Castle of Good Hope was built in 1679 and used as a maritime replenishment station. The building still embodies the charm of 18th century décor and has now been restored as a museum frequented by many tourists each year. Take a tour and catch a glimpse of the rich history of Cape Town.
The scenic drive to Cape Point will lend itself to some of the most spectacular scenery in South Africa and lead you to Hout Bay Harbor and the African Penguin Colony at Boulders Beach.
Nature - Cape Town is truly unique in the amount of flora and fauna it is home to. Explore the alluring Kirstenbosch botanical gardens that rest against the eastern slopes of Table Mountain.
Taste some of Cape Town’s finest wines while en route to either the Franschhoek Valley or in the city of Stellenbosch. Popular Cape Town meals include their famous seafood dishes including mussels, oysters and baked kingklip as well as Cape Malay cuisine which includes curries, sambals and bredies, a meat and vegetable soup.