Cape Town

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Cape Town
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Overview

Cape Town has always been considered the jewel in the crown of the Western Cape with the city’s natural beauty, depth of experiences on offer and friendly locals well known.

With a history as rich as it is diverse, the Mother City is a heady mix
of cultures, blended in a tumultuous past, making it one of the world’s most cosmopolitan and intriguing cities to visit. With its natural beauty, blending seamlessly with its cultural, artistic and bespoke experienc- es, there is something on offer for traveller of all kinds.

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You cannot get more iconic than Table Mountain and a visit to the Mother City would not be complete without a trip up to the top via the Aerial Cableway. The views are unmatched.

How to get there

There are a number of flights into Cape Town International Airport with new direct routes from a host of international cities.

Useful tips

The latest venture by celebrated SA chef, Luke Dale-Roberts of the Test Kitchen, Salsify is a new fine-dining experience at The Roundhouse in Camps Bay. The focus here is on seafood and ‘root to leaf’ dining with nothing wasted. Test Kitchen Head Chef, Ryan Cole, heads up this exciting new restaurant and is joined by general manager Markus Fiedler (also from The Test Kitchen) and sommelier Nash Kanyangarara (from Constance Moofushi in the Maldives).

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Top attractions in Cape Town

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Robben Island
Robben Island is a World Heritage Site and museum, offering daily tours. The tour begins at the Nelson Mandela Gateway at the V&A Waterfront with a multimedia exhibition, museum shop and restaurant, after which, guests hop onto the ferry for a scenic trip to the island
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1Robben Island
2Two Oceans Aquarium
3Cape Point
4V&A Waterfront
5Table Mountain
6Groot Constantia
7The Cape Winelands
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Two Oceans Aquarium
Showcasing the underwater life of South Africa’s Indian and Atlantic oceans, the Two Oceans Aquarium has more than 3,000 creatures on view. Major draws are the local giant-sized crabs and Nemo lookalikes. There is also an underwater kelp forest, and an eyeball popping tank with ragged-tooth sharks and stingrays.
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1Robben Island
2Two Oceans Aquarium
3Cape Point
4V&A Waterfront
5Table Mountain
6Groot Constantia
7The Cape Winelands
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Cape Point
Just 60km from Cape Town lies Cape Point, a nature reserve within the Table Mountain National Park. A recognised World Heritage Site, it offers abundant nature, stunning views and deserted beaches.
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1Robben Island
2Two Oceans Aquarium
3Cape Point
4V&A Waterfront
5Table Mountain
6Groot Constantia
7The Cape Winelands
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V&A Waterfront
This bustling shopping, dining and entertainment area at the Table Bay harbour is as much a sightseeing hotspot as Table Mountain. In fact, the views of the iconic mountain are stunning from the harbour here, which was developed from redundant docklands.
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1Robben Island
2Two Oceans Aquarium
3Cape Point
4V&A Waterfront
5Table Mountain
6Groot Constantia
7The Cape Winelands
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Table Mountain
One of the Western Cape’s most iconic sights, Table Mountain looms large over the Mother City. One of the New7Wonders of Nature, the eye-catching mountain has a level plateau flanked by impressive cliffs, and is thought to be around 300-million years old.
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1Robben Island
2Two Oceans Aquarium
3Cape Point
4V&A Waterfront
5Table Mountain
6Groot Constantia
7The Cape Winelands
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Groot Constantia
South Africa has a vibrant wine culture, and nothing represents that better than Groot Constantia. The oldest and most historic wine estate in the country, and just 30 minutes from the Cape Town city centre, it is a favourite with locals and visitors alike.
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1Robben Island
2Two Oceans Aquarium
3Cape Point
4V&A Waterfront
5Table Mountain
6Groot Constantia
7The Cape Winelands
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The Cape Winelands
The Western Cape, as a province is famous for its wine, with the history of the Cape intrinsically tied to the vine. Nowhere is this truer than in the Cape Winelands, a region overflowing with award-winning vintages and home to a number of world class vineyards.
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1Robben Island
2Two Oceans Aquarium
3Cape Point
4V&A Waterfront
5Table Mountain
6Groot Constantia
7The Cape Winelands

Cape Town itineraries

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Walk in the footsteps of Madiba over three days
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Spoil yourself in the Western Cape over three days
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Three days of fine dining at the top restaurants in the province
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