Enjoy the Mother City in all its splendour. This tour leads our guests on a culturally and geographically dazzling journey of the city, from its historical beginnings to its breathtaking views across the city and ocean.
From the iconic Table Mountain and its uninterrupted panoramic views of Cape Town, Robben Island; the Peninsula with its beautiful beaches and beyond; the city’s fantastic scenery and friendly people is sure to create lasting memories and leave you wanting more.
Designed to orientate you both culturally and geographically, the city tour dazzles visitors from its historical beginnings to its breath taking views across the city and ocean.
Not to be missed, a Cape Town city tour offers a taste of the thriving Mother City within the shelter of Table Mountain, one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Amongst the Mother City’s top attractions, you will find a fascinating selection ranging from the impressive Castle of Good Hope to the vibrant and multi-coloured cottages of the Bo Kaap, the lively Green Market Square, the South African Museum, the beautiful Company Gardens and plenty more.
From the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle, accompanied by an experienced and knowledgeable guide, Cape Town’s fantastic scenery, Mediterranean climate and friendly people will leave you wanting more. One of the world’s favourite holiday destinations, you will be able to learn more about the city’s surrounds and culture as the tour is sure to create lasting memories.
It is impossible to picture Cape Town without the iconic outline of Table Mountain in the background. The view from below is one thing, but it is quite another to be atop the mountain. Here one is afforded breathtaking uninterrupted panoramic views of Cape Town, Robben Island; the Peninsula with its beautiful beaches and beyond. A flat plateau gives this mountain its unique shape and when the conditions are right a mass of cloud streams over the edge, giving the mountain its table cloth. Visitors and locals alike flock to the mountain for hiking, sight-seeing and other activities.
The city was established as a Dutch halfway station in the 16th century, providing protection and refreshment to weary sailors on their journey around the tip of Africa on route to the Dutch East India. What would become a boiling pot of cultural diversities and foreign influences, it grew steadily through the centuries off French and Dutch settlers, Indonesian and Madagascan slaves as well as English colonists
The Castle of Good Hope is a star fort built in the 17th century. Originally located on the coastline of Table Bay, following land reclamation the fort is now located in the heart of the city. The Castle is the oldest existing colonial building in South Africa and is considered the best preserved example of a Dutch East Indian Company fort in the world which also serves as a museum.
Positioned up against the neckline of Signal Hill, the Malay Quarter (also known as the Bo-Kaap) is a charming and energetic area that was somehow bypassed in the forced removal policies of the Apartheid government. In the early 18th century, a multitude of slaves from Java, Ceylon and other Far Eastern regions were brought to Cape Town, with their descendants known as the Cape Malay’s having settled here after slavery was abolished. This area is characterised by its multi-coloured cottages and steep cobbled streets, as well as its exotic Malay culture. No tours in the Mother City would be complete without a visit to the Bo-Kaap.
SCHEDULED – R480.00 pp
PRIVATE – R1 800.00 pp
SCHEDULED – MINIMUM 2
HALF DAY 09H00 – 12H30 / 13H30 – 17H00
THIS TRIP IS SUITABLE FOR THOSE OF ALL FITNESS LEVELS