Top 10 Attractions in Cape Town

Table Mountain Aerial Cableway – Amazing Views from the Table Top

Take in the incredible views of Cape Town and the Atlantic Coast from the top of Table Mountain. Either hike to the top or ride in the famous Aerial Cableway. With breathtaking 360 degree views there are endless photo opportunities. Visitors can also buy snacks, drinks and souvenirs at the Table Mountain Cafe. It can get cold at the top so don’t forget to bring something warm.

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Groot Constantia Wine Farm- Experience the finest SA Wines

Visit South Africa’s most historic wine estate for a full tour of the museum, the historical wine cellar, and the stunning scenic view. Finish off the tour with a 5-star wine tasting experience of five of the finest wines Groot Constantia has to offer. Be sure to bring your camera and plenty of sunscreen.

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Cape Point  – The Cape of Good Hope

Explore the Cape Peninsula and get to visit Boulders Beach, home to a colony of African penguins.. The Cape Point Explorer leaves Cape Town in the morning and starts with a scenic drive to Boulders Beach, through Muizenberg and Fish Hoek. With hikes in the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserves, the seaside towns of Simon’s town, Fish Hoek, Kommetjie, along with their sandy beaches, there’s plenty to see and do in the beautiful Southern Peninsula.

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V&A Waterfront – 5 Star Shopping and Cruises

Take in the sights and glamour of the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, with its international brand stores, theatres, five star restaurants, and the popular Cape Wheel! The Watershed market, Two Oceans Aquarium and Superpark are all on site, and the harbour is the launch site for various cruises including the Sunset and Robben Island cruises.

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Two Oceans Aquarium – Fun for the Whole Family

See over 3000 species of sea creatures at the Two Oceans Aquarium! Many of these fish are native only to this region, where the Indian and Atlantic oceans meet to create a unique habitat for our marine life. From happy African Penguins to the toothy Sand Tiger Sharks, there’s a lot for the whole family to see and enjoy.

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Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens – Amazing Collections of Fauna

The first botanical gardens to be declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the garden and it is 2500 species of flora are a must see. With hikes and trails up the mountain, beautiful picnic spots, the 130m long sky bridge over the trees, buzzing Summer Concerts, and a 5 star restaurant to enjoy, there’s plenty to do and see.

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Seal Island Cruise Hout Bay – Visit Duiker Island and its Seals

This family friendly cruise gives you the opportunity to see thousands of playful Cape Fur Seals with a visit to Duiker Island, off the coast of Hout Bay. It is not uncommon to see dolphins and whales during the cruise. If you opt for the extra hour tour you get to visit the ‘Shipwreck of the Bos 400’ in Maori Bay.

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Apex Predator Shark Cage Diving – Once in a Lifetime Great White Encounters

Take this once in a lifetime opportunity to get face to face with the world famous Great White Sharks and their smaller cousins that patrol our coastlines. Watch them leap out of the waters with awe-inspiring power, or go one step further and get in the water with them for an incredible cage diving experience.

Dyer Island Cruises Whale Watching – Once in a Lifetime Whale Encounters

Meet South Africa’s marine ‘Big 5’, with great white sharks, penguins, seals, dolphins, and above all else, whales! See these majestic animals up close with the help of your marine biologist guide, who will tell you all you need to know about ocean wildlife. Bryde’s whales, humpback whales, orcas and various species of dolphin can be seen all year round, with southern right whales visiting from July to December.

Cape Wheel – V&A Waterfront (Adventure)

Enjoy this 360-degree panoramic view of Table Mountain, Robben Island, the Cape Town city skyline and local mountains from the Cape Wheel. Each ride consists of four revolutions, lasting about 15 minutes.

The wheel was made in Germany and was intended to travel the world, but has since found a permanent home in the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town. This is a must-do experience for the whole family!

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