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Discover Cape Town at your own pace with a great-value Flexi Attractions Pass. Choose from a three or five attraction pass and save up to 50% on entrance fees on over 70 popular tours, museums, and attractions. Perhaps take a hop-on hop-off bus tour, visit the District Six Museum, ride the Cape Wheel, or go wine tasting in the Cape Winelands.
Visit the Nelson Mandela Gateway to Robben Island to learn about apartheid and see where Mandela and other activists and politicians were incarcerated during the regime. After lunch (own expense), visit Table Mountain and enjoy free time at Bo-Kaap, a neighborhood known for its colorful houses and Cape Malay culture.
Combine access to more than 35 of the top attractions in Cape Town with this single pass. Buying the Cape Town City Pass in advance means you'll save tons of time standing in line to buy tickets at each attraction. You can choose a 1-. 2-, 3-, or 5-day pass to suit your schedule and budget. Attractions include the Table Mountain Cableway, a 1-day hop-on hop-off transport ticket, and admission to many museums and attractions.
Visit Africa’s only toboggan track to experience the thrill of racing downhill at speeds of up to 25 miles (40 kilometers) per hour. Zip down a stainless steel track that boats 17 corners, two S-bends and a tunnel. Each sledge can hold a maximum of two people. An outdoor lounge area and food and drink facilities are located on site.
Experience the thrill of racing down a stainless steel track at speeds of up to 25 miles (40 kilometers) per hour. Visit Africa’s only toboggan track which boasts 17 corners, S-bends and a tunnel. Two people can fit into each car an three rides are included in the price. You can also enjoy a meal and open bar on-site.
Purchase your ticket in advance for Cape Town's only outdoor toboggan track. Avoid the disappointment of sold-out days and times; with ticket in hand you're guaranteed a thrilling ride. Speed over the .75-mile (1.25-kilometer) track and complete the S-curves, 17 corners, and one tunnel. After your ride, hit the snack shack or bar for refreshments (own expense).
With tickets for 12 rides in hand, you can arrive at Cool Runnings and start riding immediately. No waiting in line to buy tickets; jump on and enjoy zooming down the track that includes 17 turns, S-curves, and a tunnel. Between your rides, hit the snack shack and bar to relax and refuel.
Visit the Inverdoorn Game Reserve on a morning safari to catch the time of day with the best wildlife viewing. In addition to increasing your chances of spotting the big five—lion, rhino, elephant, leopard, and buffalo—choosing a morning safari lets you beat the South African heat. Located outside of Cape Town, this private reserve is a perfect day-trip for wildlife lovers who don’t have time for an overnight safari.
Cape Town sits at the intersection of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans, making its surrounding waters a unique ecosystem teeming with marine life. Visit the Two Oceans Aquarium with skip-the-line access, where you can see some of the region’s most famous aquatic residents including sharks, yellowfin tuna, Knysna seahorses, the rare hagfish, and much more.
District Six is one of Cape Town most notorious neighborhoods and one of the areas of the city that suffered the most during apartheid. The District Six Museum is an emotional tribute to those who were forcibly removed from their homes in District Six, as well as offering important insight into the apartheid regime. With this prepaid admission ticket, opt to take in the exhibitions independently or join a guided tour, and spend as long as you like inside.
Adrenaline lovers won’t want to miss Cool Runnings, Africa’s first toboggan track. Book in advance with this day pass that gets you unlimited bobsled rides on the 0.75-mile (1.25-kilometer) stainless steel track—not to mention free parking and Wi-Fi. Reach speeds of up to 25 mph (40 kph) as you fly round corners, S-bends, a tunnel, and a jump—then hop back in the elevator and do it all over again.
Combine a visit to the Big Cat Sanctuary with wine tasting on this full-day trip from Cape Town. Arranging the logistics of a multi-stop trip on your own can be daunting; this tour makes it a breeze with round-trip transportation and all details arranged in advance. Learn about the rescue and rehabilitation efforts at the Big Cat Sanctuary, then head for lunch and a wine tasting at a vineyard selected by your guide. Enjoy scenic views as you travel and relax knowing there's no need to choose a sober driver for the trip back to Cape Town.
Plan your time at the Cool Runnings Park outside Cape Town in advance by buying tickets for six rides. You'll be able to experience Africa's only toboggan track six times around without waiting in line to buy a ticket each time. Hop in alone or with a friend, and let the thrill ride begin, zooming down the track's straightaways and around curves.
This popular tour along the Peninsula of Cape Town, provides you with the opportunity to enjoy some of the most magnificent views that the country has to offer. Starting in Cape Town City, we journey along the wealthy Atlantic Seaboard with sights of Table Mountain on the one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other. A boat trip to Duiker Island, departing from the famous harbour in Hout Bay, is sure to amaze you. You will see seals in their natural habitat, before the tour continues to Cape Point, the most south-western point of Africa. Finally, the tour concludes in Simonstown for an experience of one of only three mainland African Penguin Colonies in Boulder's Beach, after which we will make our way back to Cape Town City.
The Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town is one of South Africa’s oldest colonial buildings, dating back to the 17th century. This admission ticket lets you arrive at time of your choice and spend as long as you like inside. Take in highlights including the daily Key Ceremony, the Castle Military Museum, and the William Fehr art collection on a self-guided tour, or join one of the guided tours (included) to see the dungeons, ramparts, and armouries.
This tour combines two of Cape Town’s most popular activities—wine tasting in the Cape Winelands and wildlife watching—making it a good choice for those short on time. Visit the Vergenoegd Wine Estate and Spier Wine Estate, where you can stroll the vineyards and sample a selection of wines, then stop at the Wild Bird Sanctuary and visit the Big Cat Sanctuary, home to Bengal tigers, lions, and leopards.
Although this is a well documented route, with many years of experience on this route our professional and passionate guides really make it effortless to adjust according to the conditions on the day - add interesting facts and personal experiences to make this tour really special.
Being passionate about our environment is one of our main strengths, relaying this to guests another
South Africas Winelands are actually the worlds longest continuous wine growing region. Let our professional and passionate guides really make it effortless to pair our wines to the your viticultural desires on the day.
With over 3000 wineries its challenging to select a handful to go tasting, but as a starter in we recommend stopping at Meerlust, Glen Carlou, Haute Cabrier, Fairview Babylonstoren, Mullineaux et Leeu, Backsberg, Muratie, Glenwood Waterford DMZ & Vergelegen. This is not practical. So please discuss in advance. Ultimately I offer an in-depth experience, tailored to your tastes
A Kosher tour is also available.
Wineries may change subject to their hours and your desires and we can cater for children too.
Lastly we have an exclusive opportunity to take a tour inside Nelson Mandela prison house at Victor Verstaadt prison. This is still an active prison unlike Robben Island and is a great substitute for when the ferry is cancelled. There is a donation to the Guard
The name may be “Monkey Town,” but you’ll also find dozens of other species of animals at this renowned animal rescue center. See primates like baboons and chimpanzees living alongside miniature donkeys, peacocks, antelope, meerkats, and more. You can also take a swim, ride the giant water slide, or enjoy a meal on the premises.
You’ll be thrilled by the spectacular views of the Knysna Heads from the placid waters of the Knysna Lagoon. The sandstone cliffs rise out of the water revealing sea caves along the forested banks of the lagoon. You’ll find out all about the magnificent flora and fauna from your specialist guide before enjoying a delicious buffet lunch at the outdoor restaurant under a canopy of Milkwood trees.
This trip is a shift from the usual tours that you get in Cape Town. We find the quaint, educational and fun! We are all about showing off our beautiful country and this is just one of the unique ways we love to do it!
We take you on an awesome gorilla tracking tour with us in the jungle clad Bwindi Impenetrable Forest or Mgahinga National Parks. Spend half the day with these odd sounding and gorgeous primates.
- Gorilla Tracking
- Cultural Delights
- Equator stop for the traditional “one foot in each hemisphere” photo opportunity
- Stopover at Igongo Cultural Centre.
- Lake Bunyonyi Thrill
Immerse yourself in the history of the Jewish community in South Africa with this visit to the South African Jewish Museum. This prepaid admission ticket is good anytime during opening hours, so you can visit at a convenient time according to your vacation schedule. Take in the impressive architecture that connects new and old traditions, visit the connected Cape Town Holocaust Centre, and see the world's finest collection of Netsuke.
The route starts through the largest botanical garden in South Africa with its great diversity of flowering plants.The route is perfect to take during a hot summer day, because most of the time it is in the shade. We will be shaded by yellowwood, assegaaibos, milkwood, red alder, and other indigenous trees. The path winds its way through beautiful ferns. If you do not hike often, it can be strenuous in some parts because of high steps and ladders. We will have a few breaks along the route. Once at the top of Castle Rock (roughly 800m elevation), we will turn towards Table Mountain through the Smuts Track. A beautiful path where we will gain about 350 m elevation and we will have a picnic with stunning views of the False Bay and suburb of Newlands, Hout Bay, Silvermine in the distance.We'll reach the highest point of Table Mountain with spectacular view of Table Bay. The path continues for about 40 mins we will reach the upper cable car station and use the cable car to go down