While we wait to open our doors to you again, we invite you to learn about and explore Cape Town’s natural beauty through these breathtaking images. Our mountains, beaches, and colourful neighbourhoods will be right here to welcome you when we can all travel again. We are worth waiting for!
Chapman’s Peak Drive
Chapman’s Peak drive forms an iconic 9km stretch offering breath-taking panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. The locals call it ‘Chappies’ and it’s a popular route for long drives, cyclists and hikers.
Boulders beach is famous for its colony of African penguins, white sandy coves and clear calm sea. Visiting the quirky penguins at Boulder’s Beach is an experience not to be missed.
Cape Town is home to one of the second natural wonders of the world and South Africa’s most iconic attraction – Table Mountain. Whether it is covered under a blanket of moody clouds or showing off against the city’s blue sky – Table Mountain is always a spectacular sight.
Founded in 1685, Groot Constantia is one of South Africa’s oldest and most popular wine estates. Known for its award-winning wine and rich history – the estate features cellar tours, wine tastings, 2 restaurants & historical museums.
Formerly known as the Malay Quarter, Bo-Kaap is the oldest residential area in Cape Town. With its vibrant colourful homes and cobbled streets, the area is a historical centre of Cape Malay culture in Cape Town and one of the city’s most photographed locations.
St James Beach
Home to the cluster of well-known and often photographed beach huts, St James Beach is a picturesque area that offers beachgoers a relaxing spot in which the intimate beach and rock pools along the False Bay coastline.