Arriving in Cape Town is a special feeling, the majestic Table Mountain providing the backdrop to streets of kaleidoscopic colours. The city consistently features in lists of the world's best, and we know that once you visit, you’ll quickly see why.
Discovering Cape Town's attractions.
A trip to South Africa isn’t complete without exploring Cape Town’s wonderful attractions. Boulder’s Beach is unlike any other beaches you’ll come across in Africa – hundreds of penguins make this area their home, and will happily carry on with their day whilst you visit.
Exploring Table Mountain.
When you arrive in Cape Town, there’s no doubt that the first thing you’ll notice is the soaring Table Mountain, set amongst clear blue skies and overlooking the city. Of course, a hike up the mountain is brilliant for adventurous travellers, but we love recommending taking the scenic cable car up to the summit – the views both as you rise and once you get to your destination are jaw-dropping.
Food and culture in Cape Town.
Those looking for a touch of culture will relish an afternoon spent on Robben Island, brimming with fascinating history - including the years Nelson Mandela spent behind bars here. Meanwhile, at Cape Grace you can spend a few hours taking in the Art and Antique tour, transporting you through the past to the present. After busy days spent discovering all Cape Town has to offer, it’ll be time to discover the city’s gourmet food scene - its province, Western Cape, is abundant in fabulous wineries – including in the towns of Franschhoek and Stellenbosch.
Cape Town’s rustic yet luxurious lodges are the ideal respite in between exploring the city, and we have a few select recommendations we know any avid safari lover will enjoy. Give us a call and we can start creating your bespoke itinerary to the spectacular Cape Town.