Located on the shore of Table Bay, this multicultural city is famous for its harbor as well as its natural setting in the Cape floral kingdom including well known landmarks such as Table Mountain and Cape Point.
It's Africa's most popular tourist destination for a reason. The city enjoys good climate, a natural setting and a well developed infrastructure.
For your next trip, here are ten things you won't want to miss!
Stellenbosch is the first wine route in all of South Africa dating back to 1971. With over 150 plus wineries there is sure to be a vintage you adore.
Take a cable car to the top of Table Mountain for scenic views and to experience the grandeur of one of nature’s finest achievements.
Experience the hustle and bustle of one of the world’s most beautiful waterfronts. The area itself is full of shopping and dining options and is a people watcher's dream.
Voted the most beautiful garden in Africa Kirstenbosch is home to over 7000 species and covers over 36 hectares, its spectacular and worth a visit.
Founded in 1825 and visited by millions you will leave this museum with a firm foundation of the culture and history of South Africa.
Where the land air and ocean unite like old friends and your senses come alive. The most southern point in all of South Africa cape point features spectacular views, fine food; nature encounters and develops memories to last a life time.
The best time to see sharks in South Africa is between April and September, and know better place to see them than False Bay, located 25 minutes outside of Cape Town.
Visit the legendary island by catamaran and witness the cell in which Nelson Mandela spent over twenty years of his life. The exhibitions and tours of the island are spectacular.
The best place to see whales is between Simons town and Fish Hoek simply set up camp and wait if you are their during the right season.
Witness the Indian and Atlantic Ocean meet while making new friends with some of the most beautiful fish in the world.