Cape Town Tourism members enjoy a number of benefits. Whether you are seeking brand exposure, marketing opportunities, business to business support, networking or visitor visibility, Cape Town Tourism membership is a relevant business tool that supports your growth in the tourism industry.
Cape Town is a top tourism destination and receives over 1.25 million international visitors and over 1.75 million domestic visitors a year. Access our online Toolkit for a range of information, collateral and resources that can help you sell Cape Town to your clients.
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Whether you are Leisure media or a blogger compiling stories about the Mother City, or Travel Trade media gathering content for tourism industry articles, Cape Town Tourism can assist you with all the information you might need.
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Cape Town Tourism is the Official Visitor Information and Marketing Services Agency for the City of Cape Town and our aim is to provide you with all the information you might need to make your life easier.
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The V&A Waterfront is a 123 hectare mixed-use destination, and one of Africa’s most visited cultural and historical hubs. Set on the edge of a natural, historic working harbour with the iconic Table Mountain…
City Sightseeing’s hop on-hop off red bus is the best way to see Cape Town and get to Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch & Imizamo Yethu Township.
Cape Point falls within the Cape Floral Region, a World Heritage Site, and is the most southerly point within the Good Hope section of Table Mountain National Park.
Table Mountain Cableway, established in 1929, takes visitors to the top in one of two cable cars, each with rotating floors and huge windows to ensure your views while travelling are almost as spectacular as those on the summit.