... So it's your first time to Cape Town and you would just like to know a bit more...
Wether you choose to read about it or call for us to elaborate; to us, the words, Cape Town and Attractions has the same meaning. Come join us for a day out!
Visit the museum at the Nelson Mandela Gateway to Robben Island, situated in one of Cape Town's most popular landmarks, V&A Waterfront.
Due to the increased demand for tickets during peak holiday periods, it is advisable to make your booking at least three weeks in advance. Subject to seasonal changes, ferries runs at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm.
Every now and then the V&A outdoor atmosphere is set by African dancers and entertainers.
The wooden board walk which stretches from Boulders- to Seaforth beach, is loved by families with kids.
It is recommended to start at Boulders and walk to Seaforth and perhaps settle for lunch at Seaforth Restaurant which is situated on the beach.
It's advisable to book tickets on the day as weather need to be checked for the operation of the cable car, however, tickets are valid for a period of 14 days.
Make your visit to the mountain part of either our Cape Point- Winelands- or City Tour.
Romantics, hikers, bird watchers, plant seekers, art lovers and Photographers will all have their senses and minds pleased aesthetically.
Start as early as 08:30 or 9am and make a visit to the gardens part of the Cape Point tour.