Activities and Attractions in and around Cape Town

Cape Town beaches have soft, white sand, great surrounding scenery and mountainous backdrops. There are a number of beaches to choose from, and you soon realise that you are very spoiled by the selection of spectacular, top class beaches.

Table Mountain
Table Mountain is the definitive symbol of Cape Town and it dominates all photographs of the Mother City. It is poised to become one of the New 7 Natural Wonders of the World. One has the option of either walking or taking the cableway up Table Mountain.

Robben Island
Where from the 17th to the 20th century served as a place of banishment isolation and imprisonment. Today it is a World Heritage site and Museum. South Africa’s first black President, Mr Nelson Mandela, was imprisoned there for 26 years.

Boulders Beach
This is home to a growing colony of the African Penguin.
Wooden walkways allow visitors to view the Penguins in their natural habitat and the children will love them and their antics.

Seal Island
This is a tiny isle found a mere 6km off the shores of the northern beaches of False Bay and is home to large numbers of the Cape Fur Seals; promising a real treat especially for the children visiting the island. The African penguin as well as a fantastic number of aquatic birds can also be seen on the island. Seal Island is also prominent because the waters surrounding it are known to be infested with the Great White Shark, which happens to be the biggest predator of the Cape Fur Seal.

Cape Point Nature Reserve
Cape Point or the Cape of Good Hope is the most South Western tip of Africa. It is a place well known for treacherous seas and where the cold Beguela current on the West Coast and the warm Agulhus current on the East coast merge.

Castle of Good Hope
The Castle of Good Hope is the oldest building in South Africa, built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company. This pentagonal fortification replaced a small clay and timber fort built in 1652 by Commander Jan van Riebeeck, founder of the maritime replenishment station at the Cape of Good Hope.

Greenmarket Square
Situated in Cape Town city centre, this is one of Cape Town’s oldest and most popular markets. The cobbled stone square has a wide variety of African curios, clothing, candles and speciality stands.  There are restaurants and cafes that surround the square if you wish to rest your feet and take a break from your shopping.

Lover or not, a visit to the Cape Winelands is a must. The winelands are divided into various different regions, each offering their own ‘Wine Route’. The most popular and well known are Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Wellington and Paarl.

Two Oceans Aquarium
This is an exciting and fascinating place to visit for the whole family which offers a large variety of display tanks, interactive experiences and the highly popular Predators tank.

Township Tours
Take a Township Tour of Langa, the oldest township in South Africa, or Khayelitsha, the second largest township in South Africa.
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens
The gardens are a celebration of South African Flora – showcasing only indigenous South African vegetation. Fynbos, Proteas, Cycads are intermingled with streams, ponds and well-laid out pathways for easy walking.

Whale Watching
Approximately an hour and a half from Cape Town in the seaside town of Hermanus is said to offer the best land based whale watching in the world. The best time for whale watching is between August and November.

V & A Waterfront
Situated in the working harbour of Cape Town, the vibrant W&A Waterfront is an example of created architecture and restoration and has become South Africa’s most visited tourist attraction.

Ratanga Junction Theme Park
With more than 30 attractions including 24 rides ranging from kids, family and thrill rides, nobody will go home disappointed. Adrenaline junkies should give the “Cobra” or the “Sling Shot” a try.

Adventure Activities
Shark Cage Diving
Parachuting & Skydiving
Canoeing & Kayaking
Hiking and walks

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