One of the New 7 Wonders of the world

Cape Town City & Table Mountain Tour

Between the docklands of the foreshore and the green slopes of Table Mountain lies a sprawling City of architectural gems from the Castle of Good Hope to Plush hotels and the Cape Town International Convention Centre.

Cape Town City and Table Mountain Tours

This Tour offer a unique and unforgettable experience to explore the wonders of this vibrant city. These tours provide an opportunity to discover Cape Town’s rich history, diverse culture, and breathtaking scenery.

The city tour takes visitors on a journey through iconic landmarks such as the Castle of Good Hope, the Company’s Garden, and the colorful Bo-Kaap neighborhood. Knowledgeable guides share fascinating stories and insights about the city’s past and present.

Table Mountain tours are a highlight, offering a chance to ascend this majestic natural wonder via cable car or hiking. From the summit, visitors are rewarded with awe-inspiring panoramic views of the city, coastline, and surrounding landscapes.

Cape Town City and Table Mountain Tours are a must-do for anyone seeking to truly appreciate the charm and beauty of this remarkable destination.


City orientation Tour

We will enjoy the beauty and history of these historical Cape Town highlights.

The Castle of Good Hope, located in Cape Town, is a historical fortress that dates back to the 17th century. This well-preserved landmark offers visitors a glimpse into South Africa’s colonial past, with its distinctive architecture and fascinating exhibits.

City Hall is another notable landmark in Cape Town, known for its impressive Edwardian architecture. This iconic building has served as a hub of civic activity, hosting important events and ceremonies throughout history. It stands as a symbol of the city’s progress and development.

The House of Parliament, situated in Cape Town’s Company’s Garden, is where the country’s legislative decisions are made. This imposing structure showcases stunning neoclassical design and offers guided tours for visitors to learn about the country’s political system.

Together, these three landmarks contribute to Cape Town’s rich history and serve as important cultural attractions for locals and tourists alike.

Green Market Square (Prominent Flea Market)
Green Market Square is a vibrant and prominent flea market located in the heart of Cape Town, South Africa. This bustling marketplace is known for its lively atmosphere, diverse range of goods, and rich cultural heritage. From colorful textiles and unique handicrafts to local art and delicious street food, there’s something for everyone to discover there. Whether you’re a local or a traveler, a visit to Green Market Square is a must to immerse yourself in the vibrant spirit of this lively market.

District 6 is a vibrant and diverse neighborhood located in the heart of the city. It’s known for its rich cultural heritage, bustling markets, and colorful street art. The area is home to a thriving food scene, with a wide range of international cuisines to indulge in. Whether you’re exploring its historical landmarks or enjoying its modern amenities, District 6 offers something for everyone.

Bo-Kaap, also known as the Malay Quarters, is a vibrant neighborhood in Cape Town, South Africa. Famous for its colorful houses and rich cultural heritage, it is home to the Cape Malay community. Bo-Kaap’s old streets, filled with cobblestones, mosques, and spice markets, offer a unique blend of history, food, and architecture. It’s a must-visit destination for anyone interested in experiencing the multicultural essence of Cape Town.

Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
The restaurants, shops, and accommodation at the V&A Waterfront is nothing less than world-class. This is one of Cape Town’s biggest tourist attractions, the Waterfront evokes images of the early activities of the harbor. Much of its charm lies in the fact that this busy commercial harbor is set amid a huge entertainment venue with pubs, restaurants, specialty shops, craft markets, theatres, and movies.

Situated between Robben Island and Table Mountain in the heart of Cape Town’s working harbor, the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront has become South Africa’s most visited destination. Set against a backdrop of magnificent sea and mountain views, exciting shopping and entertainment venues are intermingled with imaginative office locations, world-class hotels, and luxury apartments in the residential marina. We invite you to discover the experience… live, work, shop, and play at the V&A Waterfront.

HIGHLIGHTS – Half Day only
Time : 09h00 -13h30

  • Table Mountain (Weather permitting) or signal Hill
  • Scienic Drive along part of Atlantic Coast: Camps Bay, Clifton, Bantry Bay, Sea Point

City Orientation Tour

  • Castle of Good Hope, City Hall, House of Parliment
  • Green Market Square (Prominent Flea Market)
  • District Six – Museum
  • Bo-Kaap – Malay Quarters
  • Victoria & Alfred Waterfront