Cape Town City with Table Mountain Day Tour
- Explore the beautiful city of Cape Town and discover a remarkable coming-together of cultures!
- Take a moment to appreciate the city's burgeoning arts as seen in the colorful, striking facades of Bo-Kaap
- Venture further into the metropolis and see more cutting edge design from street art, restaurants, and bars
- Gain insight into SA's history and culture with visits to the South African Museum, Castle of Hope, and more
- Enjoy panoramic views from the top of the Table Mountain, one of the new 7 Wonders of Nature
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What to expect
Hit the streets of Cape Town in this half day tour! Get memorable experiences in the city of many faces nestled on top of a natural wonder. Ready, set, and strike your Capetonian flair, where work meets play (and vice versa!) alongside tons of things to see. Ease into your South African visit with a convenient pick up service at the V&A Waterfront Information Center or from your hotel accommodation. Witness the city beginning with a relaxing drive through Camps Bay and Clifton, one of the most breathtaking suburbs where locals and tourists alike flock to the beach, hip restaurants, and watering holes. After that, see great artistic neighborhoods at the Bo-Kaap, formerly known as the Malay Quarter, where you'll see an eclectic mix of Cape Dutch and Georgian architecture lined along staggering multi-colored rows on sharp cobbled roads. Learn more about the city's origins at the South African Museum before going on a lounge around the Company's Gardens. Moving on, capture the brilliance of Cape Town's oldest colonial establishment at the Castle of Good Hope, situated right at the heart of the city's original shoreline before years of land reclamation. Next up is the Diamond Factory, the only one of its kind, and get to witness first hand as diamonds in the rough are transformed by fire and light. End the tour at the stunning Table Mountain just so you can say you've truly visited Cape Town in all its nooks and crannies as this is the destination that you shouldn't miss. We recommend you take a well-deserved coffee break at the top after a busy exploration of the beautiful city.
Things to note
- South Africa has a Mediterranean climate where it is warm and dry during summer, and cold and wet during winter. Casual attire is recommended