Cape Town Tourism - Table Mountain

Activities

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.

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Century City

Located on the N1 just outside the Cape Town city limits, Century City, is a mini city network providing work, leisure and fun activities to those looking for an ultimate lifestyle away from the hubbub of the Cape Town City Centre .

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Chapman’s Peak Drive

Chapman’s Peak Drive is affectionately known as “Chappies” and is a must for anyone who is passionate about the majestic Cape Town scenery, with sheer drops to the sea below and towering mountains rising above you.

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Church Street antique shopping

For the perfect lazy day, take a stroll along Church Street where you’ll find everything from lunch and coffee to antiques and art galleries.

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City Bowl Suburbs

With the mountains on one side and the sea on the other, the City Bowl contains the heart of the Mother City.

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City centre

When it comes to fun and entertainment, Cape Town is the mother of all cities.

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City Walks

Cape Town is a wonderful city to enjoy on foot, so make time to walk the streets to discover the Mother City’s culture and history.

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Constantia Village

An attractive and convenient shopping destination in the heart of the Constantia valley

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Country Craft Market

The Country Craft Market held during summer at Southey’s Vines, 186 Main Road, Somerset West, was established in 1983 and is renowned for top quality, hand-crafted products.

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Cycling and mountain biking

From soaring mountains to long, flat beaches, forested slopes and challenging mountain passes, Cape Town presents the keen cyclist with an array of routes, from relaxing to challenging.

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Die Afrikaanse Taalmuseum

Learn more about the origins of Afrikaans, a uniquely South African language, in the heart of the winelands

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Dine-with-a-Local

Dine-with-a-Local is an exciting alternative to eating out in regular Cape Town restaurants and is not only passionate about local cuisine. Our passion also carries through to the visitors received in the culturally diverse South Africa.

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Durbanville Nature Reserve

Two rare plant species, indigenous veld types, short hiking trails, bird watching and picnicking are the main attractions of the Durbanville Nature Reserve.

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Erinvale Golf Course

Said to be one of the best residential golf courses in South Africa, Erinvale Golf Course is one of Cape Town’s golfing treasures.

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Experience the South African National Circus

The South African National Circus (SANC) prides itself on presenting a “circus arts human performance with an African twist”, which appeals to all ages and across all cultures. The talented performers are trained by world-class SANC artists in Hartleyvale, Observatory.

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Factory shopping

Although Cape Town offers the tourist an overwhelming choice of some of South Africa’s finest shopping malls, it can make a pleasant change to visit some of the city’s factory shops, where bargains can often be found.

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Fish Hoek

Fish Hoek is a quaint coastal town set between ocean and mountain at the mouth of the Silvermine River on the False Bay side of the Cape Peninsula.

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Fishing

Whether it’s the excitement of fighting a large game fish out at sea or the more sedate art of fly-fishing that appeals to the angler in you, Cape Town offers a wide choice of saltwater and freshwater options.

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Franschhoek Wine Tram

The Franschhoek Wine Tram hop-on hop-off tour is one of the best ways to discover the true essence of the Franschhoek Valley – picturesque vineyards, breath-taking scenery, warm hospitality, world-class cuisine, fine wines and a 300 year history.

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