- Itinerary -
City Sightseeing BusFamous across the world for their quick and easy ‘hop on hop off’ tours, the Cape Town version offers three routes, the Red, Yellow and Blue. We recommend especially the Red which takes two hours all in and is much preferable to driving. The Blue is also wonderful but takes a whole day and if you already have a car, is not really worth taking.
Walking Tour Of Central Cape TownThe City Bowl in Cape Town is a truly wondrous thing. Unlike many colonial city centres, it has a distinct lack of the ubiquitous Western chain stores and manages in large part to retain several tiny and very specialized shops, eateries, galleries, theatres, hotels and bars that would simply not survive in a pressured rental environment in a modern industrialized city.
V & A WaterfrontFor sweeping views of Table Mountain, the Atlantic ocean, the city of Cape Town and the harbor, while shopping to your heart’s delight, the Victoria and Albert Waterfront is tourist friendly and always bustling.
Self Drive Tour Of The WinelandsWe’ve designed this tour with a few things in mind ... not trying to do too much in one day, taking in as much of the majestic landscapes of the wine country as possible, having some wine, exploring some the architectural and social heritage of the wine country, and, avoiding the crowds!
Robben IslandThis small island in Table Bay, named by the Dutch (“Seal Island”), has a very important story to tell, and is definitely worth a visit for anyone who is interested in the story of the birth of a new nation.
Visit A TownshipYou have seen the prison island where freedom fighters and former presidents such as Nelson Mandela and Kgalema Motlanthe were incarcerated. Visiting Cape Town’s townships will show you the birthplace of fight against Apartheid.