The Cape Pennsular combines the finest scenic treasures with character and charm, colourful, cosmopolitan people to offer a visitor an unforgettable insight to an unrivaled holiday destination.
Go SAfari has selected a tour operator based in Cape Town “our Cape Town office” will take care of all our guests on our Garden Route and Cape Town tours.
Table Mountain is unquestionably one of the world’s most famous landmarks. The panoramic view from its 1086 meter summit is spectacular as Cape Town stretches away to the distant shores of the Atlantic and have a clear view of Robben Island (where Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 prison years!). Chopper flips or ferry rides to Robben Island are the two ways of seeing this historic place. Table Mountain is estimated to be over 60 million years old and is just over 3km long. The cableway which ferries passengers to and from the summit was first opened in 1929, it has recently been upgraded to a sleek “Rotair” cable car which rotates through 360 degrees and provides stunning views en route.
This full day tour includes a visit to Paarl and Franschoek visiting the best wine estates in the area. A chance to taste some of South Africa’s famous wines while admiring the spectacular scenery.
Another full day of stunning scenery and mountain passes, drive over Chapman’s Peak and Boyes Drive. Visit Cape Point which is the southernmost tip of the Cape Peninsular and have the chance to see the penguins at Boulders Beach.
A must during the whale season. Not only will you experience more stunning scenery but have the pleasure of watching whales play from the shore.
For the more adventurous join the BIGGEST & BEST great white shark cage dive tour operator for an unforgettable experience at Shark Alley. Great White Shark spotting is virtually guaranteed and there is plenty of space in the 7 man shark cage for multiple shark dives.
There are many other day activities like visiting Robben Island, going up Table Mountain taking a helicopter flight over Cape Town or visiting the V&A Waterfront for a meal and some retail therapy.
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The West Coast of Southern Africa is one of the alternative trips to consider if you enjoy wide open spaces with a low population, lots of beaches, great mountain scenery, unpolluted night skies, good food, country hospitality, Rooibos tea products, and great value wines. This is only an hour’s drive from Cape Town and you can spend a few days visiting this gem of a best-kept secret.
The beaches at the Cape may be described, simply, as glorious. Miles of crisp, white sands washed by the clean, clear waters of the chilly Atlantic on the west coast, and the warmer Indian Ocean in the east coast.
At Cape Town’s Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, neglected warehouses where skillfully transformed to create a dockland of museums, pubs, shops, restaurants and hotels and is now the one of the most popular destinations in the City.
In 1652, Jan van Riebeeck established the first settlement at the Cape below the Flat-topped mass of Table Mountain. This 'Mother City' of Cape Town became a vital stop for passing seafarers - and several hundred years later, she retains that grand reputation as one of the world's foremost harbour cities. The port of Cape Town is South Africa’s second largest, and the fifth busiest in Africa. Much of the harbour area has been reclaimed from the sea. Nine kilometers off Table Bay is Robben Island, where a maximum security prison was established in 1658.
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