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About the Seven Wonders of Cape Town

Visit all Seven Wonders of Cape Town. We have carefully selected seven of the very best tourist destinations in Cape Town to help you make the most of your time in the Mother City.

Cape Point

Enjoy spectacular views of the ocean, and the unspoilt beauty of the Cape Peninsula as you visit Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope. If you are lucky, you may spot ostriches, cape baboons, cape mountain zebra, cape-eland and some of the many other animals that call the peninsula home. Once you arrive at Cape Point, you can either enjoy a scenic hike to the upper lighthouse, or take a ride on the famous funicular cliff railway. Whichever way you chose, the upper lighthouse sits at the very tip of Cape Point and offers you breathtaking views of the Cape peninsula and the Ocean beyond. The nearby Cape of Good Hope is the most south easterly point on the African Continent. Here you can...
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Kirstenbosch Gardens

Why not explore the Cape Floral Kingdom at Kirstenbosch Botanical gardens? Wonderful Wildlife The Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, situated on the slopes of Table Mountain, is one of the world’s great botanical gardens. The flora and fauna of the Cape Floral Kingdom are unique and are best enjoyed by a visit to Kirstenbosch. Within the gardens you can see a tree canopy walkway which provides a fantastic view of the forest below and of Table Mountain above. Summer Concerts On warms Sunday evenings in Summer, the gardens play host to the Kirstenbosch Summer Concerts. Enjoy live music and great views of Table Mountain while relaxing with a picnic on the lawns of Kirstenbosch....
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Groot Constantia

Groot Constantia is South Africa’s oldest wine estate and has been producing award winning wines for over 330 years. The wine farm remains fully operational and is one of South Africa’s most popular tourist attractions. Jonkershuis Constantia is a family-run Bistro restaurant by the Manor House at the heart of the historic estate. The restaurant is surrounded by ancient oak trees. Simon’ restaurant offers dining on a terrace with panoramic views of the Groot Constantia vineyards Cellar tours are available but advanced booking is required. Groot Constantia is open from 09:00 to 17:00, seven days a week. The estate is closed on Good Friday and Christmas Day. Pricing and...
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Boulders Beach Penguin Colony

Visit the African penguin beach close to Cape Town. The endangered African penguin is only found in a few places on the south-western coast of Africa. In Cape Town we’re lucky enough to have a breeding colony within easy reach at Boulders Beach. The world famous penguin colony at Boulders Beach gets its name from the 540 million year old granite boulders that help shelter the birds from the wind. Wooden boardwalks will take you within metres of the birds, and close-by, there is even a chance to swim with them. There is a gift shop selling a wide variety of gifts and souvenirs. Pricing and payment methods The price for a return trip to Boulders Beach is from R1400. Entrance fees...
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Robben Island

Robben Island is a symbol of hope over adversity. The island’s buildings bear witness to the triumph of freedom and democracy over oppression and racism. Robben Island is a UNESCO world heritage site. Robben Island is a historically and politically important site and three of former inmates of the island have gone on to become President of South Africa. Visitors to the Island will see the prison cell where Nelson Mandela was held and the house where Robert Sobukwe was held in solitary confinement. Cape Town Executive Travel provides transport to the V&A Waterfront and visitors are dropped of close to the Nelson Mandela Gateway from which the Robben Island ferries depart....
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V&A Waterfront

Cape Town’s number one visitor attraction. Hundreds of Shops and Restaurants The V&A Waterfront contains more than 450 retail stores and is home to some of the best restaurants in Cape Town. In the V&A Food Market, you will find wide variety of street food served in an authentic market environment. You can also visit the Watershed, where Cape Town merchants offer the very best in local design and craft. Enjoy the historic harbour The Waterfront is situated in Table Bay and offers breathtaking views of Table Mountain, Robben Island and the Atlantic Ocean beyond. Enjoy a walk through the historic harbourfront and along the boardwalk. Live Music and entertainment Buskers,...
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Table Mountain

Table Mountain is one of the seven wonders of the natural world. Most tourists ascend the mountain using the Table Mountain Cableway. The floor of the circular cabins rotates to allow visitors 360° views. Once at the top you can enjoy breathtaking views of the Lion’s Head, the City bowl, Devil’s Peak, Robben Island and the Atlantic Ocean beyond. Table Mountain is an unmissable experience for visitors to Cape Town. At the top of the mountain there are a number of excellent spots for taking photos that you will treasure. The ‘Shop at the Top’ sells a wide variety of gifts and souvenirs. There is an Exit Shop near the lower cable station for last minute purchases. Pricing and...
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