Cape Town’s Big “5”

Cape Town’s Big “5” and more…

Table Mountain and Table Mountain Cableway.

Whether you walk it or take the cable car, you won’t be disappointed. Table Mountain is one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature.

Victoria & Albert Waterfront

Set alongside the hustle and bustle of a working harbour, the Waterfront offers high-end shopping and dining, as well as crafty, artisanal ware.


Since forever Cape Town has been associated with wine and why not? We have some of the best! From Constantia to Stellenbosch, to Paarl and Franschhoek, you are sure to fall in love with our viticultural delights.

Cape Point

Cape Point Nature Reserve is often considered to be the tip of Africa but actually, that title belongs to Cape Agulhas. Nevertheless, when you visit you’ll see why. Where the Southern Peninsula reaches a point which juts out to sea, the oceans from opposite bays collide and create a dramatic viewpoint.

Boulders Beach

Boulder’s Beach is home to a colony of the endangered African Penguin, and is one of few penguin colonies in the world. Despite the vulnerability of the species, you’ll undoubtedly be lucky enough to swim alongside one or two who wander onto the swimming beach.

Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

While you’re here, why not? The Botanical Gardens are a lush oasis of green and colour. The Kirstenbosch Summer Concerts are one of the MUST-DO activities and they’re staged in Kirstenbosch. You won’t find a better amphitheatre than this!

Chapman’s Peak

Chapman’s Peak Drive is described as one of the most scenic drives IN THE WORLD!  But don’t just take our word for it. Whether you drive it, cycle it or walk it, know that you can stop at one of several spots to take photos, have a picnic and enjoy a sundowner.