Enjoy the #1 attraction of Cape Town and go to Table Mountain with the Cable Car! Breathtaking views from Table Mountain, magnificent photo opportunities, and trails to explore the top of the mountain.
Normal Price: R1750 | What you get: Free Great White Shark Cage Dive
Great White Sharks are the world's largest predatory fish, reaching up to 6 meters in length. They are powerful enough to launch their 2 tonne bodies out of the water and are the ocean's apex predators which make them therefore much less abundant than other large sharks. It also makes them the most feared creatures of the sea, to both sailors and sea inhabitants alike.
The full-day Cape Point Explorer tour takes you through the most scenic routes of the peninsula, with stops at Boulders Beach penguins colony and Cape Point Nature Reserve, accompanied by a professional guide.
Normal Price: R90 | What you get: Free wine tasting & bottle of Chennen Blanc
In 1692, this was one of the very first farms to be established in Stellenbosch. A restored Manor House, an intriguing collection of Cape Dutch gables and the oldest dated wine cellar in the country. All on a farm that takes a purist approach to farming for health.
The LaGugu bus tour takes you to Gugulethu and Langa, two authentic townships of Cape town. The experience includes a walk, a bicycle ride, and plenty of opportunities to interact with local residents.
Normal Price: R60 | What you get: Free cheese & wine pairing
The Franschhoek Cellar, a beautiful asset to the Franschhoek wine route, combines the charms of leisurely country life with the elegance of a world class venue.Enjoy wine tastings paired with Belgian chocolate or handmade cheese. Dine on alfresco style lunches in our fabulous garden, or sip on an artisanal beer in our bistro & beer garden.
Normal Price: R110 | What you get: Free wine tasting & bottle of Welmoed Wine
Enjoy the picturesque views of the Helderberg mountains whilst exploring our award-winning wines with a tasting and complementing charcuterie platters at our tasting room. Sit back and relax, glass in hand, by the fire, or outside soaking up the sun.
Normal Price: R5500 | What you get: Museum Tour & Diamond Pendent (Spend R1500)
Allow yourself to be swept away and pampered for an afternoon in the colourful Bo-Kaap. Make an appointment with enthusiastic jewellery-lovers and take a tour of The Diamond Gallery’s jewels with a glass of champagne in hand.
Spend R1500 and receive a Diamond Pendent worth R5500
Enjoy this 360-degree panoramic view of Table Mountain, Robben Island, the Cape Town city skyline and local mountains from the Cape Wheel in the V&A Waterfront. Each ride takes four revolutions, lasting about 15 minutes.
Normal Price: 135 | What you get: Wine tasting & bottle of wine
Avontuur Wine Estate is all about great wine and gorgeous views. It is set against the stunning Helderberg Mountains and overlooking False Bay, Table Mountain and Cape Point where there is scenery in every direction.
The largest bird sanctuary in Africa, with over 400 different species. Walk through the 100 aviaries and observe eagles, falcons and flamingos. The Monkey Jungle lets you interact with squirrel monkeys.
Oldest colonial building in South Africa, the Castle of Good Hope is a symbol of the early days of the Cape colony of the Dutch East India Company (VOC). Includes the daily Key Ceremony, a visit to the museum, a viewing of the William Fehr art collection.
Here at the Greek Fisherman, we are proud of our roots, so expect traditional greek and Mediterranean dishes. But, we also believe in moving with the times, so we've added a modern twist to our otherwise classic menu.
Normal price: R120 | What you get: Single entry including snack
Get up close to a herd of nearly 350 alpaca's on this working farm in the Winelands. You can learn about the South American Alpaca's on a fun and informative tour while weavers create luxurious wares using Alpaca's unique fleece.
1,700 square meters of interconnected trampolines that are high-octane fun for the whole family! The park includes dodge ball courts, a huge cube foam pit, hydraulic slam dunk basketball hoops, and a battle beam.
Normal Price: R70 | What you get: Cellar tour & wine tasting
Visit this leading wine estate of the Cape Winelands, that produced the very first Methode Cap Classique, inspired by French Champagne. The tour ends with a stating of the 5 leading wines of the estate.
Go with a glass bottomed boat to Duiker Island and see the Cape fur seals colony up close and personal! Circe has been operating from Hout Bay harbour since 1972 and launched the very first visits to "Seal Island".
This tour takes you through the colourful houses of the Bo-Kaap on the slopes of Signal Hill, to the very first mosque built in South Africa and the Bo-Kaap Museum, celebrating the Cape Malay heritage of the city
With an experienced and entertaining guide, you will explore the well-known township of Imizamo Yethu near Cape Town where informal housing is intertwined with ‘shebeens’, hair salons, markets and food stalls.
A fascinating wildlife rehabilitation and eco-tourism centre for eagles, owls and other raptors, based at historic Spier Wine Farm in Stellenbosch. Enjoy personal encounters and spectacular interactive flying shows!
The Hamleys Train is an ideal activity for those who want to shop at the V&A Waterfront with their kids. The train runs outside the Waterfront buildings, harbour-side. The station is next to an outdoor kids playground and in front of the Cape Wheel.
Discover the early roots of the vibrant South African Jewish community in this historical building, visit the Cape Town Holocaust Centre on the first floor and watch the emotional documentary "Nelson Mandela: A Righteous Man".
This cruise takes you from the V&A Waterfront to the lighthouse of Green Point (Mouille Point), a landmark of the naval history of Cape Town, and back. Enjoy breathtaking views of Table Mountain and of the Atlantic coastline!
One of the finest Holocaust museums in the world! The permanent exhibition focuses on light stories of the Holocaust and draws parallels to the local Apartheid history. An absolute must-see for anyone with a keen interest in history.
The District Six Museum is one of the most emotional places of Cape Town. Established in December 1994, the museum works with the memories of the District Six experience and with that of forced removals more generally.