Cape Town is dominated by a towering,
table-shaped mountain, set on a
peninsula of soaring, rocky heights and
lush valleys, where two oceans converge
the Indian and Atlantic. The Mother City
offers beautiful white sandy beaches
Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront and
just a few kilometres offshore, Robben
Island. Further afield, view Bushman
paintings by the original inhabitants
of the Cape in the Cedarberg, enjoy the
untarnished beautyof the wild West
Coast, visit world-famous vineyards in
the Cape Winelands, or enjoy the
breathtaking scenery of the Garden
Cape Town offers the visitor immense
natural beauty which melds effortlessly
with the fast pace and bright lights of a
great urban centre. Cape Town offers a
myriad things to do and places to see,
whatever your tastes, inclinations or
1.Hike the Hoerikwaggo Table Mountain
Trail a hiking experience that links the
cultural history of Cape Town city with
the natural heritage of Table Mountain.
2.Visit the V&A Waterfront with it's myriad
of shops and restaurants.
3.Tour the Winelands and visit towns like
Paarl, Stellenbosch or Franschhoek.
4.Go out to Cape Point and visit the Cape
Peninsula National Park
5.See Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens,
that is home to the rarest cycad in the
world, the Encephelartos Woodii.
6.Discover Robben Island where Nelson
Mandela was jailed for 27 years.
7.Explore the Cape Peninsula and Hout
Bay and go gambling at Grand West
8.Go whale watching on the West Coast
9.Absorb some History and Culture by
visiting the many museums and
10.Parachuting, skydiving, canoeing,
kayaking, sailing, abseiling,
mountaineering, hiking and many more.