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Cape Town

While walking through the city’s streets and meeting its people, you will fall in love with its natural beauty, creative freedom and incredible spirit. Cape Town is a city where the unexpected is always just around the corner and the beautiful province of the Western Cape lies ready to be explored across the city border.

Cape Town's most distinctive feature is its stunning setting - it lies on a dramatic coastline of pristine white beaches and icy waters, overlooked by the iconic flat-topped Table Mountain. This multifaceted city has a habit of making people fall in love with it.

For some, it could be the view of Camps Bay and the glistening ocean as you crest Kloof Nek that’s the draw, for others the sound of the muezzin’s call to prayer wafting over Bo Kaap on a misty morning, the smell of a fresh espresso at the Neighbourgoods Market in gritty Woodstock, the sensation of sand between the toes while walking with penguins on Boulder’s Beach and for some, it is simply the taste of aromatic spices as you dig into a midnight samosa from a roadside stall on Long Street.

Things to do
Cape Peninsula Tour
Cape Peninsula Tour

The open-top double-decker buses of City Sightseeing are one of the best ways to take in the highlights of Cape Town. With the sun on your shoulders and an elevated view of your surroundings, you’ll see why the City Sightseeing Bus is the popular official tour of Cape Town. Buses are equipped for wheelchairs and the tour commentary is available in 16 languages including English, German, Dutch, French, Russian, Spanish, Mandarin, Italian, Arabic, Portuguese, Afrikaans, Zulu, Turkish, Japanese and a special Kids Club commentary for the junior passengers.

Great White Shark Experience
Great White Shark Experience

Great White sharks are some of Cape Town's most famous and respected marine inhabitants. Love them or fear them, getting up close and personal with a great white is one of the most adrenaline-fueled experiences you can encounter while visiting the Cape.

It is estimated that there are only about 5 000 great white sharks left in the oceans and the Kleinbaai and Gansbaai coastline of the Western Cape has the greatest concentration of these predators. The best time for viewing these beasts is between June and September.

Cape Winelands Tours
Cape Winelands Tours

Breathtaking natural scenery, longstanding cultural heritage and world-class wine-producing estates characterize the Cape Winelands region, a tourist Mecca that always ranks highly on visitors’ itineraries, Summer and Winter alike.

In Cape Town itself, the Constantia Valley is home to some of South Africa’s oldest and most famous estates. There are many wine farms along the route, some large and others boutique. Visitors are always welcome and tours, sales outlets and eateries are dotted throughout the region to make a day's visit even more enjoyable. Call in at the wine farms or stroll down a beautifully restored street in one of the historic town centers. Learn about the rich culture of this region by visiting some of the many museums and monuments that pay homage to a proud South African heritage.

The outstanding wines produced in this area are world-renowned. Take a cellar tour with an individual winemaker, who will gladly share at least some of the secrets of the trade, from vine to glass.

Helicopter and Aeroplane Trips Over Cape Town
Helicopter and Aeroplane Trips Over Cape Town

Soaring in a helicopter or plane over the broad expanse of Cape Town, from its majestic mountain ranges down to its sparkling ocean - a wonderful introduction to the diversity offered by South Africa’s Mother City.

Hiking
Hiking

Cape Town – a hiker's dream city if ever there was one – is home to both Table Mountain and Cape Point. There is even a famous route, the Hoerikwaggo Trail, which links these two iconic landmarks.

Towering 1,088 meters over Cape Town and around 500 million years in the making, Table Mountain is a playground for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Once an island, now boasting more plant species per square kilometer than a tropical jungle, this flat-topped monolith begs exploration. Trails run the length and breadth of the mountain, offering exceptional hiking for all levels of experience and fitness. Whether you’re looking for adventure or solitude, nature or views - a hike up Table Mountain is not to be missed.

Cape Town Watersports
Cape Town Watersports

Feel Like a Local… Not a Tourist. Cape Town has become one of the world’s top watersports destinations. People come for windsurfing, kiteboarding, surfing and stand up paddle boarding as it’s a great place to bring the family.

Caving
Caving

The steep slopes of the Cape Peninsula are home to more than 100 caves, ranging in size from overhangs to deep fissures with underground tunnels. The caves in Table Mountain itself have been created by movement of native sandstone.

Golf
Golf

Cape Town and the greater Western Cape Province, with its sprawling and lush green lawns, is a golfer’s paradise. It is here, in Africa’s sport capital that you will find some of the most majestic and scenic championship-status courses in South Africa.

Golfing enthusiasts will be pleased to know that Cape Town’s golf courses are highly rated in terms of setting, layout and quality while the Western Cape’s wide variety of unique top-rated golf courses are guaranteed to meet the needs of any golfer, irrespective of your handicap.

Artscape Theatre Centre
Artscape Theatre Centre

A combination of world-class theatre productions, high-tech sets and locally made period and modern costumes are what makes the Artscape Theatre Centre stand out as an iconic cultural beacon.

Cape Town City Centre
Cape Town City Centre

When it comes to fun and entertainment, Cape Town is the mother of all cities, and there’s no such thing as a dull moment if you’re in the heart of it - the Cape Town city centre. Here, you’ll find loads of attractions and entertainment options.

Cape Town City & Table Mountain Tour
Cape Town City & Table Mountain Tour

On this private guided tour you will encounter unique cultures like the Bo-Kaap that has a rich cultural, religious and architectural heritage, historical sites like the Castle of Good Hope, which is one of the oldest buildings in South Africa, and unforgettable scenery of Table Mountain. The top of Table Mountain offers spectacular views in all directions and gives a bird’s eye view of the city. The upper Cable car station is situated at 1,067 meters and the cable car floor rotates 360 degrees enabling visitors to take in all of the breathtakingly views.

Abseiling off Table Mountain
Abseiling off Table Mountain
Thrilling abseil off Table Mountain (world’s highest commercial abseil) - an experience of adrenaline and achievement not to be missed. The world famous Table Mountain soars above Cape Town at 1000 metres above sea level. Step off the edge and make the 112-metre controlled descent with the safety of a harness and cable as a support.
Quad Biking in the Dunes
Quad Biking in the Dunes
By far the most exciting thing on 4 wheels, Quad Biking on the sand dunes is a rush like no other. Whether you’re riding through the fast stretches or navigating the technical sections. All bikes are fully automatic or semi automatic so even the inexperienced can come and join us. Quad Biking on the sand dunes is truly an amazing and unique experience.
Personal Shopper
Personal Shopper
An exclusive shopper will plan a glamorous shopping experience to indulge your interests at the World Famous V&A Waterfront, which host local and international brands that guarantee something for everyone, and various other African Curio shops.
Boat Cruises
Boat Cruises

Sunset Cruise Guests will experience exquisite Cape sunsets with Table Mountain and the 12 Apostles as a backdrop whilst sipping on Pongracz Method Cape Classique sparkling wine. This is definitely the cruise of choice for the more romantic at heart.

Lunch Cruise Enjoy a scenic bay cruise departing from the T-jetty in front of the Hildebrand restaurant at the V&A Waterfront and enjoy stunning views of Table Mountain, Lions Head and Signal Hill as we cruise along the coastline. We then either drop anchor in front of Clifton's 4th beach or Granger Bay OR if the weather and ocean conditions aren't suitable, we will return to the mooring at the V & A Marina to relax and enjoy the luncheon menu of your choice.

Dinner Cruise Enjoy a scenic bay cruise departing from the T-jetty in front of the Hildebrand restaurant at the V&A Waterfront and once again enjoy stunning views of Table Mountain, Lions Head and Signal Hill as we cruise along the coastline or out into Table Bay to admire the spectacular Cape sunset.

Guests will be served little platters of melba toast, pate and an assortment of savory snacks and Pongracz Method Cap Classique sparkling wine before we return to the mooring half an hour after the sun has set to enjoy one of our selection of available menus. We offer a choice of duration and a variety of menus ranging from a basic braai menu to a more extensive 4 course dinner.

High Speed Boat Ride
High Speed Boat Ride
If a high speed ocean experience is what you are looking for then the one hour high speed racing boat ride with 2 x 250hp engine capacity is for you! An exhilarating n 100km/hour ECO adventure that's fun & safe! Get ready for a bumpy ride and the sea spray in your face. Trips are often joined by dolphins.
Dining and cocktails
Cocktails at Cafe Caprice
Cocktails at Cafe Caprice
Cape Town has spectacular settings to enjoy a Cocktail with even more spectacular views. Camps Bay’s Café Caprice is the place to eat, drink and play. Long associated with the trendy crowd, Café Caprice boasts well-stocked bars that keep thirsts quenched well into the evening with premium liquor and colourful cocktails made with fresh fruit and innovative infusions.
The Roundhouse & Rumbullion – Camps Bay
The Roundhouse & Rumbullion – Camps Bay

Style/Ambiance: Impeccable service and sublime luxury are on offer at The Roundhouse, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which combines a beautiful natural setting and unique, individual dining spaces bursting with character and historical interest. The strong, expertly crafted seasonal flavors from an award winning young chef, combined with a passionate, knowledgeable staff ensures guests receive tailored and attentive service. Individual dining areas, each offering a different ambiance and culinary experience, can be hired for private parties and functions.

This includes the Rumbullion – the Roundhouse terraces – where the 17th century philosophy of ‘a riotous good time’ is evoked through the serving of vintage cocktails, whole roasts, loaves of fresh, oven-warm bread and decanters of wine in beautiful surrounds that include sprawling, centuries-old fruit trees. The Rumbullion’s atmosphere of decadence and abundance is perfect for a private celebration or joyous special occasion.

The Opal Lounge
The Opal Lounge

Cuisine: Contemporary Fusion.

Style/Ambiance: Situated on fashionable Kloof Street, the food at The Opal Lounge is excellent, lovingly prepared fare, but the dining experience here is not just about what goes on the plate. Conceived to be a feast for the eyes as well as the stomach, The Opal Lounge is known as one of the most exquisitely beautiful and romantic establishments in Cape Town. The stately Victorian building comprises several unique dining spaces, each with their own lavishly expressed theme. These include the Persian Lounge, sumptuously furnished with oriental rugs, atmospheric lanterns, dark red walls and a decadent black and gold Bar Lounge studded with Far Eastern antiques and Louis XV-inspired furnishings. Private dining is available in the individual areas, as well as on the verandah of the opulent Oriental Lounge for eight to 20 guests.

Aubergine – The Gardens
Aubergine – The Gardens

One of Cape Town’s culinary highlights, is conveniently situated in the Gardens area close to most of the major hotels. Experience superior, contemporary cuisine from the à la carte menu, which bursts with flavors, aromas and textures appealing to even the most seasoned palate. A degustation menu with wine pairing is also available every evening. Aubergine’s cuisine rests on a classical foundation from which innovations are continually created, incorporating influences from East and West. Chef Harald Bresselschmidt’s is guided by his philosophy of using natural flavours and seasonal ingredients. During the Summer months, guests enjoy al fresco lunches on the lush terrace and magical dinners under the African stars. In Winter a quaint fire place ensures a cosy atmosphere. A strong emphasis is placed on food and wine pairing,the chefs and sommeliers team up to offer inspired combinations. The sommeliers offer a wine choice, which is both broad in variety and deep in vintage to complete a sophisticated dining experience in a modern yet warm atmosphere.

Delaire Graff Restaurant (at the Delaire Graff Estate)1
Delaire Graff Restaurant (at the Delaire Graff Estate)1

Style/Ambiance: This sensational wine estate restaurant uses local and organic ingredients in dishes bursting with fresh, sumptuous and warming flavors. A stunning contemporary interior is in elegant contrast to the romantic idyll of the oak-tree-canopied terrace, where al fresco dining comes with magical views of the Stellenbosch valley and mountains.

Beluga – Green Point
Beluga – Green Point

Style/Ambiance: Local and visiting glitterati, from Kiefer Sutherland to HRH Prince Harry, flock to trendy Beluga, where sophisticated meat and fish dishes are served in a warm, elegant space where this popular private courtyard is the perfect al fresco setting for enjoying acclaimed signature sushi dishes.

Blues Restaurant & Bar
Blues Restaurant & Bar

Style/Ambiance: Blues is a well-loved summer dining hotspot, with a laid-back seaside atmosphere, exceptional sea views, the freshest seafood and excellent cocktails to be enjoyed in front of a clear ocean sunset. It's impressive seasonal menu embraces fresh local ingredients and international fusion. Get here early in the summer for the best seats to take in the glowing sunset.

La Colombe (at Constantia Uitsig Wine Estate) – Constantia
La Colombe (at Constantia Uitsig Wine Estate) – Constantia

Style/Ambiance: Widely acclaimed as one of the best restaurants in the Western Cape, the legendary La Colombe is a unique, unmissable dining experience on your visit to Cape Town. The sensational taste experiences on offer here are heightened by a sophisticated interior dining space that is pure elegant luxury, surrounded by the tranquil beauty of the stunning Constantia Uitsig Wine Estate.

The Atlantic Grill (at The Table Bay Hotel)
The Atlantic Grill (at The Table Bay Hotel)

Style/Ambiance: The Atlantic Grill, The Table Bay Hotel’s signature restaurant, offers sophisticated gourmet dining with sensational views. Its highlight is the exclusive Captain’s Table, an intimate alcove with spectacular vistas which can be hired for private dining - perfect for a small business dinner or a decadent, candlelit, romantic surprise for two.

The Test Kitchen - Woodstock
The Test Kitchen - Woodstock

Cuisine: The Test Kitchen team, which can be described as ‘young and extremely talented’, uses cooking methods that range from very old to very new, sometimes used in conjunction with one another. This might be using sous vide or pressure cooking together with home-curing, smoking or wood-fire barbecuing.

The Test Kitchen space is distinctly industrial with brick walls, oak beams, ducts and pipes exposing the integrity and honesty of the building. The tables are made of oxidised mild steel and have a consciously rough, rusted appearance in harmony with the surrounds. An open plan kitchen engages directly with the guests seated at the wooden bar that wraps around it. The dining room is small, seating only 65. The guests are able to see and hear the buzz of the chefs at work, and smell what’s coming next across the pass.

Warmth is added to the ambience with the use of earthy-toned fabrics, rich colours and textured felt pendant lighting.

The philosophy of creativity and collaboration naturally extends to the restaurant’s design elements, involving several leading Cape Town craftsmen, designers and artists.

Weather
Temperatures

Average Summer temperature: 24.3 ºC

Average Winter temperature: 18.5 ºC

Sunshine

Average daily sunshine hours: Between 7.5 and 9.5 hours

(London = 3.8 hours; New York = 6.9 hours)

Summer
Summer

Cape Town is never out of season, with a particularly good, long summer from November to March. These are the most popular months for visitors, who come to enjoy the 11 or more hours of sunshine every day. The average summer temperature in Cape Town is 24.3 degrees Centigrade, with January and February temperatures averaging 24 degrees Centigrade. February is the driest month of the year, with 15 mm (0.6 inches) of rain.

Spring and Autumn
Spring and Autumn

Spring (September/October) and Autumn (April/May) are the best times to visit Cape Town as they are usually in-between seasons, when nature is at its showiest.

Winter
Winter

While Cape Town’s winters (June to August) can be stormy, they often produce perfectly temperate days, as you'll find Capetonians gathered around fireplaces and dinner tables. June is the wettest month of the year, with 108 mm (4.3 inches) of rain. The average temperature during Cape Town’s Winter season is between 7 and 20 degrees Centigrade. It’s not uncommon, however, to enjoy a week of sunshine and temperatures ranging between 21 and 26 degrees Celsius and there are never any frosty mornings.


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