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Visitors’ Top 10 Favourite Places in Cape Town

While there is so much to see, do and enjoy in and around the Cape Town, here are 10 experiences most visitors make sure they don’t miss!

  1. Table Mountain is one of the New7Wonders of Nature, a protected area for over 100 years and home to over 1460 species of fynbos, which is part of the Cape Floral Kingdom – a Unesco World Heritage Site. The quickest way up is with the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway, or, for the more adventurous, there are a variety of hikes to the top.
  2. Kirstenbosch is Cape Town’s 102 year old garden situated on the slopes of Table Mountain, and is home to about 7000 species of flora. The Tree Canopy Walkway is a timber bridge that winds through and above the trees, offering magnificent views of the peninsula.
  3. Cape Point has one of the most picturesque addresses in the city. It’s a place of breath-taking natural scenery situated at the most southwestern tip of Africa. With a fascinating history, two lighthouses, a ride on the Flying Dutchman Funicular and the beautiful Two Oceans Restaurant makes this a must-visit.
  4. The V&A Waterfront is a world-class retail and entertainment precinct offering more than 80 eateries, 450 shops, museums, ocean activities, and fun experiences. The new Silo Precinct is an exciting new development that will be home to Zeitz MOCAA, two new hotels, shops and restaurants.
  5. Robben Island is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the most significant historical sites in South Africa, if not Africa. A former political prisoner serves as your guide telling interesting stories about the island, and famous ex-inmates like Nelson Mandela, Walter Sisulu and Govan Mbeki.
  6. Groot Constantia is South Africa’s oldest wine producing estate with an uninterrupted record of wine production since its inception in 1685. In addition to the museum, wine tasting experience and cellar tour – a unique new Visitor’s Route experience recently opened.
  7. Boulders Beach is one of the few sites in the world where the endangered African penguins can be observed at close range, wandering freely in a protected natural environment. The beach is also surrounded by large 540 million year-old granite boulders, small rock pools and little bays in close proximity of the flightless little swimming birds.
  8. The Cape Town CBD is a vibrant precinct with numerous places of historical and cultural significance including museums, galleries, markets, churches, squares, gardens and restaurants. You can arm yourself with a map and do it on your own, join a guided walk or go one of the monthly City Walk Saturdays.
  9. Bo Kaap is recognisable from the famous bright rainbow-coloured houses and cobblestone streets often seen on postcards and images, but the neighbourhood of Bo Kaap is the spiritual home of the Cape’s Muslim community and a place with a history dating back more than 360 years.
  10. The Beaches in Cape Town are beautiful and vast with 72 beaches to choose from and a coastline extending more than 300km along the West Coast, Cape Peninsula and False Bay. Cape Town is also the home to nine international Blue Flag beaches including Bikini, Camps Bay, Mnandi, Strandfontein, Muizenberg, Llandudno, Clifton 4th and Melkbosstrand.



Experience Cosmopolitan Cape Town

Nestled at the foot of the majestic Table Mountain lies the beautiful, vibrant and cosmopolitan City of Cape Town. Known as the Mother City, Cape Town is renowned for its temperate weather year-round and its friendly, colourful people. A world-class city, Cape Town offers first-world infrastructure and amenities, along with a focus on visitor safety, so international guests can enjoy a safe, luxurious and exciting get-away.

A melting pot of cultures, flavours and rhythms, Cape Town offers everything visitors could dream of enjoying: breath-taking vistas, magnificent mountains, unique floral kingdoms, pristine white beaches, some of the world’s finest wine routes, top notch cuisine, world class shopping and dazzling entertainment, all within one city with excellent first-world infrastructure and a focus on safety.

World-renowned Destination

Cape Town is world-renowned as a global tourist destination, evidenced by a host of international accolades and awards. For the fourth year running, Cape Town has been chosen as the Best City in the Telegraph Travel Awards.

Cape Town has also been named as Luxury City Destination of the Year for the second consecutive year in the Luxury Travel Guide Africa & Middle East Awards 2016.

Most recently, Cape Town has been chosen as one of the Top 10 cities in the world for travellers in 2017 by the Lonely Planet’s annual Best in Travel campaign, second only to Bordeaux in France and joining Los Angeles, Mérida in Mexico and Seoul in South Korea as the world’s hottest destinations and experiences.

Cape Town has also been named a runner up in the category of “Favourite Overseas City” in the Condé Nast Readers’ Travel Awards 2016. In addition, it was chosen as the Best Overseas City for Restaurants and Bars.

Natural Wonders

Cape Town, located around the majestic Table Mountain, a New7Wonders of Nature and a Unesco World Heritage Site. It lies in the Western Cape in South Africa, one of the most scenic regions on the planet.

From majestic mountains to breath-taking seascapes, from 300 km of pristine beaches to lush winelands and magnificent gardens, Cape Town truly earns its reputation among the most beautiful cities in the world.

A melting pot of art and culture

In Cape Town, the Mother City of Africa, you will encounter a vibrant melting pot of cultures, embracing the Indonesian, French, Dutch, British and German settlers as well as the local Bushman and Hottentot tribes and the Bantu tribes from the north.

This rich historical heritage is evident in the vibrant art and culture you will find in Cape Town. From colourful neighbourhoods to modern architecture, from art galleries and a variety of superb museums, it is clear why Cape Town was named a World Design Capital in 2014.

An Entertainment and Shopping Mecca

Whether you are looking for adrenaline-pumping outdoor activities and a dazzling nightlife, or prefer the tranquillity of the beautiful winelands and cultured evenings of theatre and fine dining, Cape Town is the place to be.

Cape Town also offers a vast range of shopping opportunities. You can strike a bargain at the popular Greenmarket Square Flea Market, or enjoy the luxury of through sophisticated and stylish shopping malls. The fabulous V&A Waterfront shopping and entertainment complex hosts 80 eateries, 450 shops, museums, ocean activities and fun experiences in one of the most breath-taking settings in the world.

A Culinary Delight

The multicultural history of Cape Town also shines through in the cuisine. In fact, Condé Nast’s Reader’s Choice Awards, Cape Town took the honour as the number one food city in the world for 2016, with the award for the “Best Overseas City for Restaurants and Bars”.

There are an endless variety of eateries and restaurants in Cape Town, catering to every taste and preference. From fine dining to casual meals and fast-food chains, you can enjoy all the taste experiences in Cape Town.

In addition, while the famous Cape Winelands stretch all the way to Stellenbosch, Paarl, Franschhoek and Elgin, Cape Town itself boasts with three excellent wine routes: Constantia, Durbanville and Helderberg. Each wine route is home to several wineries and each winery has its own charming character with interesting food and wine pairings like olives, chocolate and toffee.


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