Half-Day Private Cape Town City Tour Table Mountain, Bo-Kaap, Camps Bay Beach
- Marvel at the iconic Table Mountain
- Visit the most famous beach in Cape Town
This tour brings travellers to the leading tourist destination in Africa. It has a lot of attractions within a few minutes' drive. Travellers are taken on a sightseeing tour as they drive along the dramatic landscape of the coast. This drive is lined with blue-flag beaches and upmarket residential properties. The charming coastline with its trendy coffee shops and restaurants. Travellers will visit the iconic Table Mountain - the only attraction on the New 7 wonders of nature in a city. This city is loaded with history since the arrival of the Dutch in 1652. All developments going inland through the southern African region started here. This tour takes travellers to most of the landmarks and the oldest buildings in South Africa. It is home to the Parliament of South Africa and the place where medical milestones were achieved. The first-ever human heart transplant was in December 1967, and the first-ever male transplant in the world was in 2014.
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- Travellers will see this world-class stadium built for the World Cup in 2010. It is a 58,000-seater imposing structure currently underutilized and is subject to debate because of its maintenance costs to Cape Town.
- The non-functional old lighthouse and the park where kids can play. Residential apartments and the iconic Robben Island. Mini golf park and a public gym.
- Residential apartments and Mandela huge glasses. Paragliders are landing, and the sea point is a swimming pool. Travellers will also see the Department of Sea Fisheries Research Station, hotels, and restaurants.
- One of the 10 Blue Flag status beaches is divided into four from beaches 1 to 4. One of the most expensive residential areas in Cape Town, and this is where the current most expensive property in Cape Town is found.
- Travellers will visit the most popular beach in Cape Town. A beach which has always been on the blue flag status list. This place is also referred to as the place of the rich and famous. This area has fantastic photo stops with the backdrop of the Twelve Apostles mountains and the iconic Table Mountain. The trendiest restaurants, coffee shops, and only two hotels are on this beach—a beach which attracts those with beach bodies and those who need a good sun tan.
- Here the travellers will be taken to the cable car station at the foot of the mountain. The aerial view of the city of Cape Town is captivating, with the surrounding mountains, the ocean, and the African blue sky. From the foot of the mountain, you can get a fascinating view of the long beach from the harbour to Bloubergstrand. The townships and city neighbourhoods are a marvel to watch from the foot of Table Mountain.
- This is one of the most hiked mountains in the world. It is also used as a launching pad for paragliding.
- From the top of this hill, travellers can see almost 360 degrees of Cape Town. From this place, a cannon is fired every day at noon. This is a famous launching pad for paragliding and a viral site for lovely sundown. Tourist flock to this location with bottles of wine, gin and champagne as they sip the sundown. Travellers can also take amazing photos of Robben Island and Table Mountain from different locations. The waterfront, the harbour and the World Cup Cape Town Stadium are fantastic views from Signal Hill.
- This area is quite attractive because of its brightly coloured houses. This is the oldest Muslim settlement in South Africa, with 19 sites declared National Heritage Sites in 2019. There are uncountable photo stops, and travellers can feel the cobbled driveways, which have stood the taste of time. This is a place which attracts international students coming to learn English in Cape Town for periods of up to a year. There is also a museum which provides a lot of information about the history of the Malay community and their contribution to the development of the City of Cape Town.
- Travellers will explore the oldest Garden in South Africa. A park and heritage site located in the heart of the city. Travellers will walk through this Garden built as a refreshment station for the trade route that rounded Africa between Europe and the east. The Company Gardens is also home to a wide range of fauna. Travellers will see the Egyptian geese, herons, rodents, the famous squirrels and an aviary with dozens of bird species. This Garden is also home to the South African Art Gallery. In this Art, Gallery travellers can see an impressive permanent collection of South African, African, British, French, Dutch and Flemish art. Besides, all these travellers will admire the pristine flora, which includes an 80-year-old bamboo plantation. There is the ginkgo tree with no living relatives, the towering rubber tree and the ancient saffron, to name but a few. Travellers will also encounter several statues of individuals who shaped the history of South Africa and beyond. Next to it is the Parliament of South Africa and the Cathedral Church. There is also the Iziko South African Museum, where travellers can learn the history and origins of Southern Africa. It's where local and international visitors can easily spend the day as it is so peaceful and attractive.
- This museum will expose the ills of slavery at the Cape to the travellers. This Museum provides much information about when slavery was introduced at the Cape and when. It also tells the origins of the slave community and who the enslavers were. Travellers will experience the life of an enslaved person at the Cape through a video which plays over and over again same historical series of slavery. Here you will learn about the slave trade routes, the harsh conditions enslaved people were exposed to, and the inhuman equipment used to control and torture enslaved people.
- This museum tells the travellers how non-whites have forcibly removed an area declared white only by the apartheid government in 1966. These removals occurred in 1968 and resulted in townships where people were settled according to their racial groupings. Travellers will learn the events leading to the forced removals and the effects of this inhuman act by the government of apartheid.
- This is a structure which the Dutch built between 1667 and 1672. Travellers will explore the oldest standing colonial building in South Africa and one of the most preserved structures of the Dutch East India Company worldwide. Travellers can take a walk in this pentagon-shaped Castle which was the centre of civilian and military life at the Cape. The Dutch and British governments used this Castle as governments changed hands at the Cape. A canon is fired in the Castle every day at noon.
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Registered and accredited tourist guide
- Pick up from your hotel and drop off after the tour
- Bottled water
- Optional tickets to Table Mountain Cable Car up to R300 per person
- Coffee and/or Tea
Know before you go
- Not wheelchair accessible
- We do pick-ups from Hotels, Lodges, Air Bnbs, Guest Houses and Back Packers. We also do pick-ups from the Cape Town Cruise Terminal at the V & A Waterfront