I've listed some of the best Cape Town attractions here just to give you an idea of what you can look forward to on your trip to Cape Town. I want to make sure you don't miss out on some really worthwhile sightseeing when you arrive for your holiday or business trip.
There's lots to see and do in and around Cape Town, so get ready to start exploring and make the most of what this fascinating scenic region has to offer.
Big 5 Safari
Feel like going on safari? Well you can do that right here! You can enjoy a genuine Big 5 game reserve safari experience just 2 hours from the city of Cape Town. Transport to the game reserve is provided if required and you can choose from Day or Overnight safari packages with accommodation in luxurious chalets. Meals are included in your package. Find out more here:
Cape Town Safari
Impossible to miss and a big Cape Town attraction for visitors to our fair city. Table Mountain looms over Cape Town and is part of our natural heritage so, weather permitting of course, make a point of getting closer by taking the cable car to the summit to enjoy the view. Or perhaps you'd like to hike? Table Mountain Cape Town
This small island a few kms. off the Cape Town coastline has certainly had an interesting history. It was of course the prison home to Nelson Mandela for many years and is now a must-see Cape Town attraction for many of our visitors. More on my site page here: Robben Island
The Cape Peninsula
A region characterised by sheer rocky coastlines, sea caves and wild seas. Full of natural history and certainly worth a visit. You'll be able to drive to the end of the Peninsula to Cape Point as well as choose from a variety of hiking trails at the entrance office.
These extensive and historic gardens have become popular with locals and tourists alike. They were first designed and laid out on the Eastern flanks of Table Mountain in the eighteenth century and have since then become unique in the variety of indigenous plants on display there. Be sure to explore the Visitors Centre and the Conservatory. Kirstenbosch Gardens
Cape Malay Quarter
The colorful region known as the Bokaap bordering the City centre which owes its historic roots to the Muslim slaves who were shipped in by the Dutch settlers from various countries to help build the original city of Cape Town in the seventeenth century. Lots of history here. You'll be able to take a walking tour as well as sample traditional food. The Cape Malay Quarter
The V&A Waterfront
This upmarket shopping and entertainment complex has been built to incorporate part of the existing working Cape Town harbour and is one of the Cape Town attractions really worth visiting. You'll find lots to do at the Waterfront, from shops of all descriptions to movies, restaurants and a top class aquarium.
The V&A Waterfront