Cape Point

The most south-westerly tip of Africa, covered in endemic fynbos and home to breathtaking bays, beaches and rolling green hills and valleys, just 60km outside of Cape Town. Cape Point is an Executive Partner of Cape Town Tourism

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Groot Constantia

The finest surviving example of Cape Dutch architecture and one of South Africa’s foremost historical monuments and vineyard. Groot Constantia is an Executive Partner of Cape Town Tourism.

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Table Mountain Cableway

The Table Mountain Cableway which provides one with a gentle, quick and vista-full trip up to the top of the mountain. Table Mountain Cableway is an Executive Partner of Cape Town Tourism.

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V&A Waterfront

This bustling shopping, dining and entertainment area flanking the Table Bay harbour is synonymous with a visit to Cape Town. The V&A Waterfront is an Executive Partner of Cape Town Tourism.

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Cape Town Attractions

!Khwa Ttu, San Culture and Education Centre

!Khwa ttu, the San Education and Culture Centre, 70 km north-west of Cape Town offers you the unique experience of being introduced to the world of the descendants of the first indigenous people of southern Africa.

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Air Force Museum

Take an imaginary flight with the aviators of yesteryear with a visit to the South African Air Force Museum at Ysterplaat, where the winged wonders of a bygone era have been preserved for posterity.

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Amy Biehl Memorial

Amy Biehl was a young American Fulbright Scholarship exchange student who studied at the University of the Western Cape in 1993.

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Art galleries in Cape Town

South African stands proud as a significant contributor to the art world, both in a cotemporary context as well as historically.  Not surprisingly, Cape Town has been, and remains home to much of the country’s phenomenal art talent.

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Bakeries and delicatessens

Cape Town is well supplied with good bakeries and delicatessens.

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Bikini Beach, Gordon’s Bay

Situated at the base of the Hottentots Holland mountains on the False Bay coast, the pretty village of Gordon’s Bay is a relaxing holiday spot.

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Bo-Kaap and De Waterkant

Known for its brightly coloured houses and situated at the foot of Signal Hill, Bo-Kaap is the spiritual home of the Cape’s Muslim community.

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Bo-Kaap Cultural and Heritage Gateway

Come and experience the Bo-Kaap through walking tours, food and craft markets, home stays, home-cooked meals, Cape Malay cooking classes and much more.

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Boulders penguin colony

Cape Town and her surrounding coastline offers the visitor some wonderful beaches, but none are more interesting nor more beautiful than the Boulder’s Beach in Simon’s Town.  This beach, with its wind sheltered bays and safe sandy shores, is home to a breeding colony of over 2000 endangered African Penguins.

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Braai and Camping

Hot summer sun, extra long days and warm nights, sun-kissed skin and time to spend with loved ones; summer in Cape Town is the ideal time to get outdoors and enjoy getting closer to the spectacular nature that is within minutes from the bustling city.

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Buyel’Embo Village

This cultural village aims to remind us of our origin and serves as the reservoir for African knowledge pertaining to nature and traditions, giving us an opportunity to celebrate who we are through music (wonderful sounds from live bands) or from its’ distinct fineness of cuisine, topped up with African (local) arts and crafts.

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Cafda & Stables Craft and Culture Centre

The Cape Flats Development Association (Cafda) is a non-profit child and family-oriented organisation that provides numerous services to disadvantaged communities living on the Cape Flats.

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Camps Bay

Under the looming Twelve Apostles and Lion’s Head, with views out across the turquoise-coloured sea, Camps Bay sports some of the trendiest places in Cape Town to see and be seen.

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Cango Caves

29km from Oudtshoorn, at the head of the picturesque Cango Valley, lies the spectacular underground wonder of the Klein Karoo - the Cango Caves. Situated in a limestone ridge parallel to the well-known Swartberg Mountains, you will find the finest dripstone caverns, with their vast halls and towering formations.

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Cape Malay cuisine

It’s said that the secret to the distinctive flavour of Cape Malay cuisine is a careful blend of spices – the most important of which is turmeric – incorporated into an array of tasty traditional dishes.

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Cape Minstrel Carnival

The Cape Minstrel Carnival is Cape Town’s longest-running street party, tracing back to old slave traditions during the days of the Cape Colony.

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Cape Point

Cape Point is a spectacular, narrow finger of land, covered in endemic fynbos and home to picturesque bays, beaches, rolling green hills and valleys.

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Cape Point Partnership

Part of the Table Mountain National Park, Cape Point Nature Reserve is in a World Heritage Site and is run by the Cape Point Partnership. There are many attractions in the reserve, including taking a trip on the Flying Dutchman funicular from the car park to the historical lighthouse; eating at the Two Oceans Restaurant; or taking the shipwreck trail to see some of the 26 shipwrecks around Cape Point.

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Cape Town Carnival

The Cape Town Carnival is a glamorous celebration of African identity, diverse communities and cultures, and the transformative power of creativity.

15 March 2014 will see the 5th Cape Town Carnival explode onto the Fanwalk in Greenpoint , Cape Town. With over 2 000 costumed performers, a spectacular parade of giant floats and live musicians, it’s an experience you simply can’t miss.

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