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CAPE TOWN ATTRACTIONS AND THINGS TO DO IN AND AROUND THE MOTHER CITY! Transport can be arranged to any of these Local Activities directly from your Villa in Cape Town

Camps Bay Promenade with Lions View

Camps Bay Beach- Cape Town South Africa
this stunning beach is nestled between Clifton, the Twelve Apostles and Llandudno in the village of Camps Bay. The icy Atlantic waters being home to dolphins and whales make it very likely that one can view these beautiful creatures from the sandy beach.

During the summer volley ball competitions are held on the beach – it equates to the Monaco of Europe – packed with the young and trendy during the holidays and especially holidays. The Camps Bay beach promenade is lined with restaurants, bistro’s and cafe’s. All in all, the place to see and be seen!

Table Mountain has over 1500 species of Plants

A Panoramic View of Table Mountain in Cape Town
Take the cable car up the mountain and enjoy the stunning bird’s eye view of the city and surrounds. If you’re more energetic use the map to go on one the marked hiking trails. Please consult with a professional, and never Hike alone.

In Cape Town, the world renowned home of many varieties of indigenous flora. Enjoy open air summer concerts featuring South African bands with your own picnic basket, or a snack in the restaurant. The Gardens cover an area of 528 hectares with 36 hectares of cultivated garden

                            Kirstenbosch Gardens also offers a Tranquil Wedding Venue in Cape Town
Fynbos, proteas, cycads and large lawns are intermingled with streams, ponds and well-laid out pathways for easy walking. A large variety of birdlife inhabit the gardens and the spectacular views from the upper slopes are breathtaking. The Garden is open 365 days a year from 08:00 - 19:00 (September -March) and from 08: 00 - 18:00 (April - August).

There is also a Tea Room in the Gardens serving light snacks and refreshments.

These range from the Jewish and Holocaust Museum, District Six museum, South African Museum and Planetarium, the National Gallery , The Natale Labia Museum, even the Castle of Good Hope and Cultural History Museum.

The Bo-Kaap Museum is also worth a visit being the preserved home of a wealth 19th century Muslim family. We should also mention the South African Air Force Museum at Ysterplaat, and the Medical Museum with displays of 19th century medical equipment. The South African Astronomical Observatory is also a very worthwhile excursion.

The South African Maritime Museum in the V&A Waterfront houses the largest collection of model ships in South Africa, while the South African Naval Museum in Simonstown documents the history of the South African Navy.

Your trip to Cape Town would not be complete without a tour of the Infamous Robben Island.

The standard tour to Robben Island is 3.5 hours long, including the two half-hour ferry rides. Ferries depart at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm, weather permitting, from the V & A Waterfront in Cape Town.

Robben Island has not only been used as a prison. It was a training and defence station in World War II (1939-1945) and a hospital for people with leprosy, and the mentally and chronically ill (1846-1931). In the 1840s, Robben Island was chosen for a hospital because it was regarded as both secure (isolating dangerous cases) and healthy (providing a good environment for cure). During this time, political and common-law prisoners were still kept on the Island.

As there was no cure and little effective treatment available for leprosy, mental illness and other chronic illnesses in the 1800s, Robben Island was a kind of prison for the hospital patients too.

Since 1997 it has been a museum and a heritage site. The museum is a dynamic institution, which acts as a focal point of South African heritage.

Ferries depart at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm, weather permitting, from Nelson Mandela Gateway, at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town. Tickets cost R180 for adults and R90 for children (U/18).
For the Real Taste of Local living in Cape Town and “off the beaten Track” exposure you should consider a Township Tour. This possibly will surprise some tourists as living conditions are very harsh, condense, and sanitation in some areas very poor.

The Mother City hosts the majority of it's population in townships on the Cape Flats. Many of these vibrant and welcoming people originally hail from Madiba's (Nelson Mandela - former President) birthplace. It's a must for every visitor to Cape Town to experience a day in the life of the locals. Interact with the township dwellers as they go about their daily routine and find out more about their past, their future and what currently drives them.

Khayelitsha is the largest township in the Western Cape and is situated less than half an hour from Cape Town city centre. The predominantly Xhosa speaking residents will make you feel most welcome as you tour their local spaza shop, B & B, shebeen (local pub) and even the shacks which many of them call home.


20 reasons to visit Cape Point
1. The most southwesterly point of Africa.
2. Angling and diving sites.
3. It’s where the cold Beguela current on the West coast and the warm Agulhus current on the East coast merge.
4. Situated in the 22 100 hectare Table Mountain National Park, a natural World Heritage Site.
5. One of the highest sea cliffs in the world – 249 m above sea level.
6. The circumnavigation of the Cape of Good Hope led to the establishment of a sea route to the East and subsequent trade.
7. 26 recorded shipwrecks.
8. Bird watcher's paradise – at least 250 species.
9. Approximately 1 100 indigenous plant species, some of which occur no where else on earth.
10. Variety of buck, baboons and other animals. Do not feed the animals
11. Swimming at Bordjiesrif and Buffels Bay tidal pools.
12. Numerous scenic walks and trails.
13. Excellent angling and diving spots.
14. Whale and dolphin watching from May to November.
15. Historical monuments including the Diaz and Da Gama crosses.
16. The funicular – scenic trips to the old lighthouse.
17. Up market and family accommodation.
18. The Two Oceans Restaurant offers world class cuisine and spectacular vistas over False Bay.
19. Three destination retail shops, each with an impressive range of high quality South African curios and Cape Point merchandise.
20. A million points of view.

Main Attractions

1. Game Watching and Whale Watching (in season)

The Cape of Good Hope is open daily from:

October to March April to September
06h00 until 18h00 07h00 until 17h00

One must exit the park by sunset.
Bonnievale- Western Cape
Majestic mountains on the one side and the ever-flowing Breede River on the other, with beautiful fruit and wine farms lining the way, ...For the third year running Parmalat has won the coveted Cheese Manufacturer of the Year award.
Breedekloof- Western Cape
Breedekloof is where the adventure begins! If you are an adventurous spirit and like to experience adventure and nature, this is the place to explore Breedekloof encompasses the Goudini, Slanghoek, Breede River and Rawsonville areas and is one of the largest Western Cape wine producing valleys.
Ceres- Western Cape ****** Recommended
Ceres a place for all seasons... A mere 150km or 90 minute drive from Cape Town, Ceres is home to some of South Africa's finest fruit farms. In the heart of the Witzenberg area, in the midst of the Cape Wine lands, lays the beautiful town of Ceres. Game Reserves within driving distance of Ceres.
De Doorns- Western Cape
De Doorns for the Acacia Karoo thorn trees on the Hex River banks. Dutch influences set in here during the early 18th Century.Vineyards are planted at different times resulting in a patchwork effect during the extensive harvest (Feb-May) - a photographer´s Nirvana!
Dwarsrivier (Pniel)- Western Cape
Majestic mountains on the one side and the ever-flowing Breede River on the other, with beautiful fruit and wine farms lining the way, ...For the third year running Parmalat has won the coveted Cheese Manufacturer of the Year award.
Franschhoek Wine Valley- Western Cape ****** Recommended
Eight of South Africa´s leading restaurants, twenty nine extraordinary wine cellars, a plethora of galleries and shops - a lifetime of discoveries! Savor special moments... Indulge your palate with internationally acclaimed, eclectic cuisine by selecting from eight of South Africa´s Top 100 restaurants.
McGregor- Western Cape
As the best preserved example of a mid-nineteenth century townscape in the Cape, whitewashed thatched cottages greet your arrival.Our Natural Healers are sought after. The San followed converging ley lines, leaving a legacy of paintings and artifacts. High energy defines the town
Montagu /Ashton- Western Cape
Welcome to the summer oasis of the Western Cape, with warm, sunny days, swimming, hiking and fruit, mixed with plenty of summertime hospitality!
Paarl- Western Cape ****** Recommended
The scenic beauty of the Paarl Valley compels visitors to get into the car and drive along the many scenic routes in the valley.The sun´s reflection on the granite boulders of the mountain made it resemble shining pearls thus caused Abraham Gabbema to name it Peerlbergh.
Robertson- Western Cape
Welcome to RobertsonRobertson, valley of wine and roses
Stellenbosch- Western Cape ****** Recommended
The heart of South Africa´s wine industry, Stellenbosch is a place of great beauty and culture that´s steeped in South African tradition.Several Hiking trails within the Jonkershoek Nature Reserve tempt the hiker
Tulbagh- Western Cape
Visit Tulbagh and enjoy the country living of peace and tranquility in the Cape Winelands.Spring is in the air, orchards full of blossoms, farmlands lush and green.
Wellington- Western Cape
Discover a piece of heaven and unwind in tranquil surroundings This is what memories are made of.... Wellington offers a variety of treasures to suit everybody´s needs - from eager shoppers, outdoor enthusiasts, discoverers, historians.
Wolseley- Western Cape
The watershed between the east and west coasts Wolseley is situated on a natural watershed
Worcester- Western Cape
100% Worcester There is an undiscovered magic to this lovely town and district that will keep you guessing as to why you never explored it sooner...
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