Must Do's

1Tackle Table Mountain
Hop inside the revolving cable car or set off on one of hundreds of hiking trails criss crossing Table Mountain till you reach its summit, stop to admire the views of Camps Bay down below, then step inside a harness and abseil down.
2Dive with Nile Crocodiles
Visit Oudtshoorn for Nile crocodile cage diving, ostrich racing and the 20 million year old Cango Caves.
3Stand at the southernmost tip of Africa - Cape Agulhas!
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.
4Play the best golf of your life along the Garden Route
and as you are there, grab the opportunity to bungee jump the highest commercial bungee in the world and interact with the African elephant.
5Swim with the African Penguins
Visit Boulders Beach in Simon's Town, the only place in the world where you can swim freely with penguins.
6Visit Langa, Nyanga and Gugulethu, the oldest townships in Cape Town
Go on a cultural Township Tour to an informal settlement & experience Xhosa culture, eat traditional food and tap your foot to the addictive rhythms of local jazz.
7Go shark cage diving
Lower yourself into a reinforced cage alongside the boat in Gansbaai in the Cape Overberg region of the Western Cape, the Great White Shark capital of the world.
8Kitesurf the Cape West Coast
The West Coast is recognised by professional kitesurfers as one of the best kitesurfing destinations in the world. The West Coast is also known for its excellent seafood, beautiful weather worn fishing villages and the carpets of wildflowers which overtake it between July and October.
9Taste the globally acclaimed wines of the Cape Winelands
The Cape winelands are divided into various different wine growing regions, each offering their own wine route. The most popular and well-known wine regions were you can can enjoy wine tasting in Cape Town are Constantia, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl, Robertson and Wellington. We have over 120 wine estates to choose from.
10Go on a horseback Big 5 safari
Book into one of game reserves dotted throughout the Western Cape and experience quality game viewing on horseback and encounter Africa's Big 5 - lions, leopards, water buffalo, rhino and elephants