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Check out the city streets and popular sights of Cape Town on this open-top, double-decker bus tour. Enjoy the convenience of hop-on hop-off service and choose from multiple routes that make exploring this coastal city a breeze. Select a 1-day option for a time-crunched tour, or opt for a 2-day ticket that also includes a canal or harbor cruise as part of the experience.
Explore Cape Town at your own pace with a full-day hop-on hop-off bus pass. Journey around four different bus routes, stopping at attractions such as Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Table Mountain, and the Cape Winelands, and spend as long as you wish at each. Enjoy a city walking tour or upgrade to include a Signal Hill sunset tour and a boat cruise to Seal Island.
Pack all the best highlights in Cape Town into this 4-hour sightseeing trip. Make the most of your time in this South African metropolis as you check out the Castle of Good Hope, City Hall, the colorful Bo-Kaap area, and enjoy a cable car ride to the summit of scenic Table Mountain (weather permitting).
See the best of Cape Town including a trip to the top of Table Mountain and a minibus tour of the city’s highlights during this half-day tour. Survey the city from Table Mountain, ride the cable car back down (own expense), and then see Cape Town’s main sights from your minibus. See places such as the Diamond Works and the Malay Quarter on Signal Hill.
Explore Cape Town's waterfront, from the central business district to the Victoria and Albert waterfront, with this hop-on hop-off sightseeing cruise. Along the way, listen to commentary on the city's maritime history and hop off at any point you like to explore further. Choose a one-way or round-trip ticket, each valid for a full day, to suit your schedule.
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.
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.
Get a comprehensive tour of Cape Town in just a half day. Great for first-time visitors or those short on time, this guided tour ensures you won't miss any highlights during your explorations. Listen to a guide's commentary as you travel about the city's history, culture, and modern life, allowing you to learn much more than you would exploring on your own. Choice of morning or afternoon departure and round-trip transportation from the door of your hotel makes this tour extra convenient.
Discover the African Penguins in their natural habitat on a half day tour to Boulders Beach. You will explore, admire, and laze around on the beach, while surrounded by these friendly seabirds and visit a selection of stunning viewpoints. you can spend time swimming as well as sunbathing with our waddling friends.
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.
The Cape of Good Hope & Cape Point morning tour is a “must do” trip when visiting Cape Town. The sightseeing Cape of Good Hope & Cape Point tour will take you all the way down in Cape Point Nature reserve to Cape Point, Cape of Good Hope and all around the Cape Peninsula. It is one of Cape Town’s top ten tourist attractions and ranks with the most scenic drives in the world. The circular route from Cape Town down Cape Point nature reserve and back is approximately 180 kilometers in total. You’ll travel along the Atlantic seaboard the Twelve Apostles mountain range to Hout Bay and along Chapman’s Peak drive one of the most spectacular scenic routes in the world. By mid morning you will reach Cape Point nature reserve, we will drive all the way to Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope. Enough time will be allowed for you to walk to the old light house. Our return journey to Cape Town will take you along the False Bay coastline with a visit to the African penguin colony at Boulders beach.
A good choice for first-time visitors or travelers who are short on time, this tour takes you to several significant Cape Town sites and landmarks. Take a walking tour of District Six, learn about the city’s troubled past, and visit some of the everyday places residents go like the Company's Gardens, Greenmarket Square, and the V&A Waterfront.
Visit a penguin colony at Boulder’s Beach and the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve all in one day during this tour, including round-trip transport from Cape Town. First, catch sight of the endangered African penguins on the beach, and then travel over to Cape Point in the nature reserve. Spend ample time at Cape Point, and keep an eye out for ostrich, antelope, and whales. You can also take part in an optional hike in the reserve if you choose.
Tours to Robben Island typically sell out early every day. Ensure your visit by booking this early-morning guided tour that transfers you from your hotel to the Robben Island Gateway at the V&A Waterfront, and then onto the boat to the island.
Get a comprehensive tour of Cape Town with a guide in just a single day. Perfect for first-time visitors or those short on time, this tour ensures you'll check off all the important sites on your list in just one outing. Learn about the history, architecture, people, and culture of one of South Africa's largest cities through guided commentary.
Discover the wild scenery, unique culture, and rugged coastline of the Cape Peninsula during this full-day sightseeing tour. Drive along the roads of this incredible peninsula, stopping to explore pristine beaches, charming coastal towns, and local wildlife. Observe a community of penguins on Boulders Beach, visit two oceans and journey to the edge of the African continent at the Cape of Good Hope. A guide, some entrance fees, and round-trip hotel transport are also included.
Get a full picture of Cape Town's rich cultural history through visits to the Langa and Gugulethu Townships, as well as the District Six Museum, on this half-day tour. Learn about the role and history of the townships in the larger fabric of Cape Town culture white visiting a shebeen (tavern), a local market, a sangoma (traditional doctor) and an arts and crafts center.
This is a private tour for up to five friends or family and nobody else.
We travel along the beautiful Atlantic seaboard towards Hout Bay and over the world famous Chapmans Peak Drive, one of the great ocean drives where we stop several times to take in the spectacular scenery and some photos.
We then drive through Noordhoek towards Simonstown, a naval town with its array of old historical buildings, interesting shops and good restaurants. You may wish to take a stroll down the main street before heading off to visit the African penguin colony at Boulders Beach a few kilometres away.
We spend about 45 minutes to an hour with the penguins on the boardwalk above the beach. In the warmer months it may be possible to swim with them at the beach.
We return to Cape Town via Kalk Bay and Muizenberg, if time allows we can also include a stop at for some wine tasting at Groot Constantia, the oldest wine estate in South Africa. Sometimes we reverse the direction depending on traffic.
South Africa’s winemaking history dates back to the 17th century, and on this half-day tour from Cape Town, you visit multiple wine estates in the Cape Winelands. With an in-the-know guide, travel to Stellenbosch, where you learn about South African viticulture and take part in wine and cheese tastings. Enjoy a guided tour of Stellenbosch, whose tree-lined streets are thronged with museums, bars, eateriesm and gorgeous examples of Victorian, Georgian, and Cape Dutch architecture.
Visit some of Cape Town’s most important and oldest settlements during this cultural tour of the Mother City. Tour Bo-Kaap, the colorful Malay Quarter, and the oldest township in the city Langa. Stop at a shebeen (tavern) for a drink (own expense) and to meet some of the locals.
Take a fascinating trip through South Africa’s difficult past on a tour of Cape Town and Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 years in prison. Visit the District Six Museum to get an in-depth look at the troubling history of apartheid in South Africa, and see how that system still impacts modern life in townships like Langa and Gugulethu. See how residents of these townships work to improve their lives and communities. Take a ferry to UNESCO-listed Robben Island for a tour of the former prison for political prisoners.
Indulge your inner aristocrat with afternoon tea at Cape Town’s famous Mount Nelson Hotel. Afternoon tea is a favorite Cape Town tradition, dating back to the city’s colonial days, and the Mount Nelson Hotel is widely held to be the best place in Cape Town to enjoy a formal tea service. Choose from an extravagant buffet of bite-sized sandwiches, fruit and sweets while drinking only the best teas. Pickup and drop-off at your hotel is included in this experience, making your afternoon tea even more relaxing.
See some of South Africa's most impressive natural beauty during a 5-day Garden Route road trip. Head to the southernmost tip of Africa at Cape Agulhas. Take a canoe ride in Wilderness National Park. Go hiking in Tsitsikamma National Park. Sip local beer and wine. Soak up the sun on the beaches of the southern coast. Go on a game drive in Addo Elephant National Park. This adventure is one-way, starting in Cape Town and concluding in Port Elizabeth.