What is there to say about Table Mountain which hasn’t already become a part of any South African’s DNA?
This towering location is one of South Africa’s most popular destinations and is nothing short of a national icon and treasure.
Two Oceans Aquarium
Two mighty and abundant oceans, the Indian and the Atlantic, meet at the southernmost point of Africa.
The enormous diversity of marine life found in these two oceans is best displayed at the Two Oceans Aquarium on the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town.
Cape Point Nature Reserve
Challenging terrain, surreal, towering cliff faces, and the best seats in the house for a view of the ocean are just a few components of the Cape Point Nature Reserves’ incredibly rich collections of biodiversity.
Signal Hill Paragliding
You can engage in adventurous sports like paragliding and hiking in addition to admiring the hill’s breathtaking views to fully appreciate how beautiful Signal Hill is.
One of the biggest tourist destinations in Cape Town is the World Heritage Site, Robben Island. The island has served as a prison, hospital, mental institution, leper colony, and military post over the years.
More than 100 bird species, including seabirds, waterbirds, and terrestrial birds, can now be found on the Island.
Cape Wine Lands
The Cape Winelands, easily accessible from Cape Town and known for producing some of the world’s best wines, fascinate visitors with their breathtaking scenery, exquisite cuisine, and fine wines.