1Table Mountain Cable Way
Table Mountain, the breathtaking backdrop and icon of Cape Town & the Western Cape extends its welcome to all visitors. The Cableway takes you to the summit in under 10 minutes and the cable car's rotating floor ensure that all passengers get a 360 degree aerial view of the city.
2Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
The very epitome of African chic, the V&A Waterfront a unique shopping & entertainment environment, is South Africa's most visited tourist attraction with about 10 million visitors a year.
3Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is world-renowned for the beauty and diversity of the Cape flora it displays and for the magnificence of its setting against the eastern slopes of Table Mountain. Kirstenbosch grows only indigenous South African plants.
4Robben Island
Robben Island, some seven kilometres off the coast of Cape Town, is where former South African President and Nobel Laureate Nelson Mandela, alongside many other political prisoners, spent decades imprisoned during the apartheid era.
5Cape Agulhas - southernmost tip of Africa!
Cape Agulhas is the southernmost tip of the vast African continent where the mighty Indian and Atlantic oceans meet. Interestingly, a compass shows no real deviation between true north and magnetic north at this spot, and Agulhas also boasts one of the oldest working lighthouses in South Africa.
6Cape Point Nature Reserve
Cape Point is the southwestern most tip of Africa and forms part of the Table Mountain National Park which stretches from Signal Hill in the north to Cape Point in the south. Nowhere else in the world does an area of such spectacular beauty and such rich bio-diversity exist almost entirely within a cosmopolitan city. Since 2004, it also forms part of the Cape Floral World Heritage Site.
7The Whale Coast
Drive to the fishing village of Hawston and stop at Hermanus - the world's best land-based whale-watching spot. Hermanus is the only town in the world to boast a Whale Crier who ensures that visitors don't miss out on spotting the oceans gentle giants.
8The Cape Winelands
Take a drive along the Western Cape's many wine routes and visit global award winning wine farms for a spot of wine tasting, cellar tours and an opportunity to purchase some good local, internationally recognised wines.
9The Garden Route
From Mossel Bay to Plettenberg Bay, the Garden Route with its lush forests and wide meandering rivers is an adventure playground for scuba diving, golfing, surfing, snorkelling, kayaking, canoeing, rafting, biking, hiking, flying, hang-gliding, paragliding, ballooning and parachuting ... and bungee jumping!
10The West Coast's wild flowers & fishing villages
The Cape West Coast dotted with fishing villages like Yzerfontein, St Helena Bay and Elandsbaai, is also renowned for its spectacular shows of spring wild flowers (July to October) where more than 8 600 species of flowers occur of which 68 percent are found nowhere else in the world.