Discover Cape Town
Discover All That The Captivating City Of Cape Town Has To Offer
Cape Town is a captivating city that lures tourists from all corners of the globe with its one-of-a-kind allure. The city possesses a delightful blend of natural beauty, fascinating history, and a dynamic urban ambience, making it an all-inclusive destination for travellers from all walks of life.
The V&A Waterfront is a popular destination for shopping, dining, and entertainment; the V&A Waterfront is always buzzing with activity. And then there are fantastic views of Table Mountain, the sights and sounds of the working harbour and the waters of the Atlantic Ocean including Robben Island.
The Constantia Valley in the southern suburbs is an excellent option for nature enthusiasts looking to escape the busy city. This picturesque valley boasts exceptional vineyards, multiple hiking trails, nature reserves and attractive accommodation options. Constantia is perfect for those looking for a quieter experience in Cape Town.
Take some time off and discover one of the many long white sandy beaches.
Visit the Cape Point Nature Reserve, which offers stunning views of the rough coastline and rugged cliffs with the opportunity to spot whales and schools of dolphins.
Take the chance to explore the quaint towns of Simon's Town and Kalk Bay, which are full of history and give insight into the city's past.
Cape Town is a captivating destination that offers visitors natural beauty, a rich cultural heritage, and a vibrant urban scene.
You can discover all this incredible city offers and create memories that will last a lifetime.
NOTE: All of the below attractions are of course, free to visit, just note that each attraction can easily take up 3-4 hours of your time to explore. We do have another page of Cape Town Attractions where one will find attractions that are paid, for example, Kirstenbosch Gardens, Cape Point, and Boulders Beach Penguins to mention a few.
Discovering Cape Town And Unique Must-See Attractions
This page is dedicated to the whale watching right here in Cape Town featuring photographs that we have taken over the past few years.
It is a little-known fact that in False Bay one has the chance of spotting Southern Right Whales, Brydes Whales, Humpback Whales, Killer Whales and Dolphins.
When one arrives in Hout Bay one cannot help but to stop and stare at the mountains, the valley, the ocean, the beach, and the harbour - Hout Bay has it all and more.
There are numerous activities in and around this little hamlet, from hiking and mountain climbing to sea kayaking, fishing and surfing.
Kalk Bay is packed with restaurants, coffee shops, galleries, antique and second-hand bookstores all waiting for you to visit them.
No matter what road you take to enter the town you are in for one beautiful surprise.
A highlight here is without a doubt the harbour area with its pier and fishing boats.
Muizenberg offers up the ultimate family beach (which just happens to be a "Blue flag beach") where no matter what the time of day you will find people swimming, sun tanning, surfing or just going for a walk.
Muizenberg is all about the ocean, mountains and a healthy lifestyle, in a nutshell, "Muizenberg Rocks".
Bo Kaap and her people are steeped in history dating back to when slaves were brought to the Cape by the Dutch East India Company during the 16th and 17th centuries.
The suburb is famed for its brightly painted houses, cobble-stoned streets and Malay-styled cuisine and all of this on the slopes of Signal Hill.