We take the cable car to the top where you enjoy some exquisite views of Cape Town and beyond. Enjoy a meal in the world famous restaurant on top of the mountain, visited by many from all over the world.
The V&A Waterfront
With more than 450 retail outlets and numerous attractions the V&A is a very popular place to visit. The ideal place for buying much needed souvenirs.
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden
One of the great botanic gardens of the world, set against the Eastern slope of Table Mountain. It’s a garden with a rich history and another must to visit.
Kalk Bay working harbour
One of the last working harbours found on the Cape Peninsula. Here you can buy fresh fish and experience the culture of the fishermen. Lots of birds and seals around. Here you will also find some of the best “Fish & Chips” in town at several restaurants in and around the harbour.
Cape Point Nature Reserve
Sometimes mistakenly known as the place where the Atlantic and the Indian oceans meet. With rugged cliffs and rough waves the point of the Cape Peninsula offers pristine nature along with a diverse sea and bird life.
A Wine Estate with a history spanning over 300 years that remains the choice of the discerning visitor in search of world-renowned handcrafted wines. It simply offers an unforgettable experience.
The Western Cape’s Wine Route is explored and experienced with various stop overs at popular Wine Estates where you can experience wine tasting and enjoy some light meals and/or cheese platters. All these Estates are set in wonderful nature surrounds.
One example (out of many) of what to expect,