Half-Day Cape Town City Tour Table Mountain Bo-Kaap Camps Bay Beach
- Visit the National Heritage Site of Bo-Kaap
- Marvel at the Table Mountain
This is the most visited city in Africa, with numerous awards since 1865. The city has, among others, the following awards, one of the best cities in the world in 2019. Won the Greatest City on earth by Telegraph Awards 2018. The Best Destination in Africa World Tourism Awards 2018. The World's Leading Festival and Events Destination by the 2018 World Travel Awards. Cultural Destination of The Year Award - ZEITZ MOCAA. Table Mountain is one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature and also of the top 10 most climbed mountains in the world, according to Adventure Travel 2016. This tour has some of the 10 Blue Flag Status beaches. Travellers also see Bo-Kaap, a National Heritage Site with its attractive colourful houses. Travellers will visit the Company Gardens, a botanical garden and park in the heart of the city. There are several Museums, Art Galleries and the Castle of Good Hope. Town Hall, where Mandela addressed the nation on his release in 1990. It is also one of the cleanest cities in the world.
Cape Town City Tour Table Mountain Bo-Kaap Camps Bay Beachexpand_more
- Our accredited guide will pick you up from your hotel and take you to this World Cup stadium. Learn about the cost, construction duration, sitting capacity, and how useful this stadium is to the city of Cape Town. How much is the cost of running this stadium?
- Learn about the different beaches that make up Clifton beaches. From number 1 to 4 and their uses. Explore this Blue Flag status beach and learn about the use of these beaches by the students, male bathing, Gays and Lesbian community and the family beach. Experience life in the most expensive residential area in South Africa.
- Learn the history of this beach and why it is the most popular beach in Cape Town. Explore this blue flag status beach and why it attracts world-class celebrities, models, actors and international athletes. Explore the restaurants, bars, coffee shops and art and craft in abundance. Take amazing photos with the background of iconic Table Mountain and the Twelve Apostles mountains.
- Our qualified guide will explain to you the origins and history of the name and why it is called signal hill. What other activities take place here and the amazing bird's eye view from the top? See tourists paragliding in action (weather permitting). Take amazing photos from the top and view the bird's eye view of Cape Town, the harbour and the famous Robben Island
- Come face to face with the most hiked mountain in the world. See other tourists paraglide off this mountain.
- Our guide will take you to the foot of table mountain at the cable car station. He will explain how many tourists visit this mountain which is now one of the new & wonders of nature. The guide will also explain the economic significance of the city of Cape Town and also the hiking trails. He will also explain to you about all the other activities which happen at table mountain. Explore the city of Cape Town from the top.
- Explore one of the most attractive residential areas in Cape Town with beautiful colourful houses. Learn the history of this area now declared a national heritage site since May 2019. Interact with the locals, and learn the local language. Explore the cobbled streets and the several Cape Malay restaurants. Learn the rich history of this place and the Kaapse Klopse, formerly known as the Coon Carnival.
- Our Guide will take you through this amazing Garden rich in history, nature and sightseeing. Explore this park which has now been declared a heritage site. Our guide will explain to you about the critters and the delicious food from the local restaurant. Explore the art and the art gallery nearby. Explore the natural beauty that includes an 80-year-old bamboo plantation, plus several monuments and statues of prominent individuals who shaped the history of this country.
- Learn the history of slavery at the Cape since the arrival of the Dutch, how slavery started till its abolishment and the effects of slavery. How much did slavery contribute to the city of Cape Town and its effects on the current generation?
- Our registered guide will also take you through the experiences of the forced removals in 1966. How it started and how it ended, and the socio-economic consequences. The effects of forced removals in relation to the apartheid system in South Africa.
- Explore the oldest standing colonial building in South Africa. Learn about the history and the developments at the Cape revolving around this castle. Learn why this castle was built and what purposes it was used up until now.
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Pick up from your hotel and drop off after the tour
- Bottled water
- Registered tour Guide
- Entry fees to Museums between R20 - 60/person
Know before you go
- Not suitable for pets
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Travellers must wait at the hotel lobby for pick-ups in and around the city of Cape Town. We also do pick-ups from the Cape Town Cruise Ship Terminal at the V & A Waterfront