Below are various typical tourist attractions and things to do in Cape Town. I have included the links to the websites for you to have a look and decide what your preferred choices are.

  • Table Mountain: (Depending on weather) https://www.tablemountain.net/
  • Cape Point:http://capepoint.co.za/Cape Point is in the Cape of Good Hope nature reserve within Table Mountain National Park, which forms part of the Cape Floral Region, a World Heritage Site. It includes the majestic Table Mountain chain, which stretches from Signal Hill to Cape Point, and the coastlines of the Cape Peninsula. This narrow stretch of land, dotted with beautiful valleys, bays and beaches, contains a mix of extraordinarily diverse and unique fauna and flora.
  • City Sightseeing tours:https://www.citysightseeing.co.za/cape-town/products/cape-town-open-top-bus-tours. Explore the Mother City with City Sightseeing Tours. Hop onto our open top red bus and explore the Mother City, as she is affectionately known.

With over 30 stops and taking you to over 50 of Cape Town’s top attractions, the bus allows you to hop-on and hop-off at your leisure.With our buses scheduled to stop at regular intervals, you will have plenty of time to uncover the city's treasures. So, whether you want to jump off and take a quick scenic pic of Table Mountain or wonder around Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens or visit Groot Constantia, the oldest Wine Estate in South Africa, you have the flexibility to do so. Join us and create your own itinerary.

  • Township tours:imzutours.co.za - ABOUT IMZU TOURS: Imzu Tours is dedicated to promoting and empowering the Khayelitsha community by creating jobs within the township and educating tourists about the positive impact Khayelitsha residents have on the world. Currently, the biggest problem townships face is unemployment. Imzu Tours hires locals as tour guides and teaches them transferrable skills that will push their careers forward. Imzu Tours also promotes local artists, showcasing their work during every tour and giving tourists the opportunity to buy beautiful, handmade art and give back to the community. (there are other guided tours, this is just one option)https://www.tripadvisor.co.za/Attraction_Review-g312659-d2343848-Reviews-Siviwe_Township_Tours-Cape_Town_Central_Western_Cape.html
  • Constantia Wine Route: http://constantiawineroute.com/tours/ - The Constantia Wine Tour is one full day, inclusive of wine-tastings, lunch and refreshments. The tour covers a carefully selected mix of iconic, historic wine estates as well as newer, boutique wineries, including a four-wheel drive visit to the highest mountain vineyards…
  • For Shopping experience - http://www.waterfront.co.za/The V&A Waterfront, which attracts roughly 24 million visitors each year, is South Africa’s most-visited destination. This is hardly surprising when you think about how much it has to offer!While it is still technically a working harbour – you’ll no doubt catch a glimpse of fishing boats and container ships – the V&A Waterfront is more frequently thought of as a shopping destination. Covering 123 hectares (think: 180 rugby fields), the V&A Waterfront is divided up into five shopping districts: Victoria Wharf, the Watershed, The Alfred Mall and Pierhead, The Clock Tower, and Breakwater Point. With more than 450 stores, you’ll find everything from local designers to big international brands. For crafts and local talent, make sure you pop into the Watershed, and, if it’s art or jewellery you’re after, head over to The Alfred Mall and Pierhead.

All that shopping is likely to work up an appetite, and the myriad restaurants, coffee shops and fast-food outlets will keep you fuelled. Of course, some of the restaurants and bars are reason enough to visit the V&A Waterfront. The majority of the restaurants at the V&A Waterfront have excellent views of the harbour, and those that don’t – such as Willoughby & Co – make up for it with top-notch food. (Really, the sushi is hard to beat!) If you after something a little more relaxed, head over to the V&A Food Market where you’ll find regional delicacies, artisanal breads and cheeses, craft beers, vegan treats, and biltong. It’s foodie heaven! If it’s a hot day – or even if it’s not – make sure you swing by The Creamery for a scoop of the best ice-cream in town.For sundowners, you’ll want to try the Grand Café & Beach or the trendy Shimmy Beach Club, where the beautiful views vie with the gorgeous patrons for your attention. Bascule Bar at the Cape Grace hotel offers a sophisticated whisky-tasting experience, and Belthezar on Victoria Wharf reputedly has the widest selection of wine by the glass in the world! The above is just a few ideas of things to do and see of which comes to mind as there are so many interesting places to visit around Cape Town, historical buildings, museums, the beaches, restaurants etc. Here is a website you can visit which will give you a wider perspective of whatCape Town has to offer http://www.capetown.travel/.

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