Cape Town Tourism - Table Mountain

Diamonds and Jewellery

Jewellery from local jeweller Olive Green Cat

Much of the modern South Africa has been built on the economic spoils from the mining of precious metals and diamonds, with their discovery resulting in a huge influx of prospectors and business into the country back in the 1800’s. The Cullinan diamond discovered near Pretoria in 1905, was the largest diamond of any colour ever discovered until the same mine produced in 1985 what is to this day the largest diamond ever unearthed, the 545 carat Golden Jubilee Diamond. Mining continues to this day and as a result we have access to some of the finest examples of diamonds, gemstones and the precious metals used to produce jewellery and art of exceptional quality and unique design. All of this is available from a wonderful selection of distinguished designers and jewelers across the city, from large commercial operations to smaller more intimate boutiques.

Where to go to get your bling…

The Cape Town Diamond Museum and the Shimansky Diamond Experience can both be enjoyed from a gorgeous showroom and workshop in the unique Clock Tower at the V&A Waterfront. For more on this experience, and to book click here.

Another shiny experience includes the Museum of Gems and Jewellery that is part of the well-known Prins & Prins family-owned jewellery shop, with a distinct selection of engagement and diamond rings, tanzanite and precious stones.

Uwe Koetter, another local jewellery designer and manufacturer has a wonderful showroom in the elegant Cape Quarter. Visitors can observe master designers and goldsmiths working to bring designs to life in a uniquely Cape Town setting.

Situated in the lively and historic Bo Kaap, Jewel Africa offers visitors a jewellery tour and look at how exclusive designs are turned into bespoke artworks. The Jewel Africa showroom carries a range of top-quality loose diamonds, tanzanite and gemstones in addition to fine jewelry in gold, white gold and platinum.

The Sparkling Tour at The Diamond Works offers visitors a unique opportunity to learn about the fascinating and precision-oriented world of diamond and jewellery manufacture, is available on demand from 09h00 to 19h30 from Monday to Sunday, including public holidays.

Other jewelers offering bespoke and somewhat more artisanal creations include the Olive Green Cat and Famké. Both these producers can be contacted directly to arrange a visit.

Abseiling in Cape Town

For centuries, mankind has looked upon climbing, hiking and scaling Table Mountain, our wonder of nature as the ultimate challenges – until the discovery of the exhilarating activity, Abseiling, that is!

Diamonds and Jewellery

There are a number of designers and manufacturing jewellers of distinction in and around Cape Town. South Africa is world renowned for its gold and diamonds, so where better to create – and shop for – stunning accessories?

Adderley Street Flower Sellers

Freshly cut flowers – including fynbos species such as king and pincushion proteas, depending on the season – are available from the friendly flower sellers in Adderley Street, where this trade has operated for the past 100 years. These flowers are generally a lot cheaper than anywhere else.

Pointrunner Charters

At Point Runner Boat Charters, we are passionate about the ocean and all it has to offer, but most of all we strive to ensure that your boat charter is tailor made to suit you, from Eco Tours to Cape Point and Seal Island, Full Day Trips 50-miles offshore, we ensure that when you return to shore that you have had a magnificent day on Point Runner Boat Charters. At Point Runner Charters we offer a personalised private charter for groups of between 4 – 6 guests depending on what type of experience you desire.

SA Forest Adventures

The Ultimate Adventure!

SA Forest Adventures offers amazing quad (ATV`s) trails, White Water Rafting, Tubing, Sandboarding, Paintball, Zipline Tours etc – we cater for individuals as well as large groups for fun and adventure at any one of our 4 adventure farms in the Western Cape.

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