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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.
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 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.
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).
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.
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.
Secure a chance to see South Africa’s acclaimed wildlife on a private 3-day tour of the famous Kruger National Park. The park’s remote location makes it an intimidating trip on your own, but by booking a private tour that includes transportation from Johannesburg you don’t have to worry about any of the logistics. This makes the tour ideal for visitors who want to see the sights without the hassles.
Take a short game drive in Kragga Kamma Game Park. Although the reserve is on the smaller side compared to many African parks, there is no shortage of animals that can be seen and admired. Look for zebras, rhinos, buffaloes, rhinos, giraffes, and antelopes in the grasslands, and see cheetahs in a private enclosure.
Embarking on a safari is a must-do when visiting South Africa, but if you are short on time, it can be hard to fit in. This 2-day tour from Johannesburg takes the hassle out of planning. Accommodation, transfers, games drives, and meals are all arranged for you so all you have to worry about is spotting the Big Five.
Get a full experience of Kruger National Park during this 5-day safari with a stay at Katekani Lodge. Traveling with a guide and following a carefully curated itinerary ensures you won't miss a thing, and all of the logistics are taken care of for you. Highlights include bush walks and game drives in Kruger National Park, the Tshukudu Game Reserve, and the Motlala Game Reserve. Enjoy other stops at Blyde River Canyon, the Three Rondawels, and the Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre, all accompanied by in-depth narration by your guide.
This tour to the Elephant Sanctuary Hartbeespoort Dam gives you access to these mammals, accompanied by in-depth commentary on their biology, behavior, and conservation status. Additionally, the round-trip transportation from Johannesburg or Pretoria means there's no need to rent a car or fuss with directions and navigation. You'll travel with a small group of just eight people, which ensures personalized attention from your guide and plenty of time to ask questions.
Get off the beaten path in Johannesburg during this inner-city hiking tour with a guide. Focus on places that typical tours don't stop and learn about the true culture and history of Johannesburg. Traveling on foot means you'll be out from behind glassed-in bus windows to get to know the city intimately.
This once-in-a-lifetime Safari Ostrich Farm Tractor Tour is the perfect adventure for families and nature-lovers. Travel the iconic Garden Route and get an up-close look at these giant birds. Stand on ostrich eggs, feed these ancient beasts and learn how the Kenyan Red and Zimbabwe Blue ostriches are being protected by the dedicated workers of this unique arm. You'll learn about these strange looking creatures from your expert guide who will share stories and facts about their skin, feathers and diet as you tour the farm.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Witness the sunrise over the African landscape on this early-morning safari in Kruger National Park. Set out with a ranger, who knows the best places to find the animals at different times of day and will arrange all permits and passes on your behalf. Over the next 12 hours, you’ll have many chances to see Africa’s Big 5: leopards, lions, buffalo, rhino, and elephants. Learn about the park’s history and ecosystem through guided commentary as you travel, finishing up by watching the sunset as well.
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.
Immerse yourself in the natural environment of African elephants on this early morning tour of the Elephant Experience at Camp Jabulani. Listen to commentary from the elephant keepers on the elephant family's bonds and their bonds with their keepers during the presentation. You'll have plenty of time to ask questions, and you'll learn a ton about animal behavior and biology.
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.
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.