Cape Town Nearby Attractions
The Western Cape is one of South Africa’s premier tourist attractions, and for good reason. It is home to the famous Table Mountain, vast winelands, magnificent beaches, world-class restaurants and cosmopolitan entertainment haunts. The Cape boasts exquisite scenery and a myriad of cultures and tourist treasures that are just waiting to be discovered

  • Table Mountain

  • Cape Town’s most famous landmark – a quick spin by revolving cable car to the 1 086m summit will give the visitor a grand view of one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and of course the equally famous South African `Alcatraz’ – Robben Island.

    The Cableway does not take bookings due to the fact that they are weather dependent!
    The cable cars depart every 10-15 minutes

    For more information on table mountain please visit:

  • Two Oceans Aquarium

  • Experience the ultimate! Dive with the sharks in the I&J Predator Exhibit, feed the fish in the kelp forest, or dive into history with the old copper hat dive. Perfect dive conditions all year around. Scuba qualification required.

    The Two Oceans Aquarium fosters love, respect and understanding of our oceans to inspire support for their future well-being.

    Two Oceans Aquarium

    Telephone Number: +27 21 418 3823
    Fax Number: +27 21 418 3952

  • Robben Island

  • For nearly 400 years, Robben Island, 12 kilometres from Cape Town, was a place of banishment, exile, isolation and imprisonment. It was here that rulers sent those they regarded as political troublemakers, social outcasts and the unwanted of society.

    The Robben Island Museum Tours Department includes some ex-political prisoners who act as tour guides on Cape Town's World Heritage Site.

    More information on Robben Island and tours to Robben Island can be found on the Robben Island home page: and tours at: Robben Island Tours

  • Camps Bay Beach

  • The fashionable Glen Beach Villas and The Glen beach Bungalow is an easy 2 minutes walk from one of Cape Town's most famous beaches namely Camps Bay Beach. With beautiful white sandy beaches and breath taking views Camp Bay Beach is with out a doubt the most lively of them all offering offering relaxation, beach sports and water activitivities.

    Camps Bay Beach with the Twelve Apostles as backdrop, Lion's Head and the upper cable station boasts the finest restaurants, upmarket boutiques and beauty salons Cape Town has to offer.

  • Absailing in Cape Town

  • An insane experience of adrenaline and achievement: a 112 meter controlled descent off Cape Town's magnificent Table Mountain. Step off the top at 1000 meters above sea level and repel into pure oblivion and indulge in the world's highest commercial abseil surroiunded with the privilege of awesome views and the deep blue Atlantic at your feet. Walk or cableway to meet us at the top of this mind-blowing experience. No climbing experience is necessary to enjoy this humbling abseil.

    Downhill Adventures - Abseiling Adventure Experience

    For more information please follow the downhill adventure link: abseiling

  • The Wine Route

  • The original Stellenbosch Wine Route was founded in 1971 and has been promoting its members for more than 30 years.

    Today the new Stellenbosch American Express Wine Routes represent more than 300 wine and grape producers within the boundaries of the Stellenbosch Wine of Origin classification.

    The Wine Route is divided into five sub-routes. For more information on the Wine Route please see:

    All photos provided by S.A. Tourism