At the Waterfront: sunset cruises and harbour tours, helicopter rides to view the peninsula, up-market boutique shops, cinemas, craft markets and restaurants with varied cuisines - hamburgers to sushi, take-away to silver service!

On the promenade: Putt-putt, jet ski / cycle / canoe / kayak / rollerblade hire, the lighthouse, a seawater swimming pool, 6 kilometre marked walk and many viewing points.

Sea Point Business/Shopping Area: Restaurants, internet cafes, coffee shops, convenience stores, supermarkets, banks, etc.

Within a 12 kilometre drive you can enjoy the world famous Cape beaches - Camps Bay, Clifton, Llandudno, Hout Bay (World of birds, horse riding) and also take in the sights from Table Mountain and Signal Hill, Lions Head - hiking, climbing or paragliding.


There are many different offered by a variety of different groups. You can choose the type of tour that would best suit your interests as well as fitting your budget.

  • Do you wish to have a personalised tour in an air-conditioned car or do you wish to walk and have a knowledgeable guide to help with plant/bird identification?
  • Do you wish to see the historical side of our town, the shopping malls or experience life in a township?
  • What sport do you enjoy, golf, scuba diving with the Great Whites?

Below you will find a list of some of the options available. If you give us an idea of your choices, we will have the information or bookings ready for you when you arrive.


The Castle, Gold Museum, Company Gardens, Slave Quarter Museum, Parliament Buildings, Planetarium, National Gallery, South African Museum, Holocaust Museum, Bo-Kaap (tour of museum, mosques, tombs), Greenmarket Square (fleamarket), Flower sellers, St. Georges Mall (curios and buskers), St. Georges Cathedral, Groot Kerk, St Mary's Cathedral.


Cape Point, Simonstown (naval base, scratchpatch), Boulders Beach (penguins), Kalk Bay (fishing harbour, antique shops), Muizenberg (surfing), Fish Hoek (swimming beach), Scarborough, Kommetjie, Noordehoek (horseriding, hiking trails).


There are three or four main wine producing areas centred around these towns. Each town has its own history and other attractions.
Paarl: crocodile farm, butterfly farm.
Franschoek: antique shops, French Huegenot museum.
Stellenbosch: herb farm, mohair wool farm.
Constantia: museum, restaurants.



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