Some of the attraction sites are as follows:
Outside the city is the Boulders Beach, a penguin-filled beach. Boulders Beach has approximately 3,000 adorable penguins. If you don't like beaches, the Sea Point swimming pool will be useful for someone like you. It's an excellent swimming place set overlooking the Atlantic.
It’s an ultimate adventure that you can't afford to miss while in Cape Town. Nothing is more exciting than coming face to face with the magnificent predators. Two of the best Shark diving spots in the Western Cape are at the Shark Alley, Gansbaai at and the Seal Island in False Bay.
Cape Town is in a unique position of offering surfers excellent conditions for surfing throughout the year. Muizenberg, also known as the surfers' Corner is a popular surfing spot, thanks to its multi-colored beach sharks.
At the Victoria &Alfred Waterfront you will have a chance to visit the Two Oceans Aquarium. Get to experience the incredible diversity of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans at one of Cape Town's top tourist attraction. It is home to over 3000 creatures including predators of the deep and lovable clownfish. The site has seven exhibition galleries.
You can connect with nature and experience by joining the lovers of adventure for fun and scenic kayak in the heart of the sea. Cape Town Kayaking at Cape Adventure zone offers a wide range of activities.
Tandem skydiving is the benchmark for extreme activities, and a must do while in Cape Town. Skydive Cape Town has been voted the most scenic drop zones in the world. Mother City Skydiving in Cape Town is a sports skydiving drop approved by the Parachute Association of South Africa.
A trip to the Robben Island will be an eyeopener. You will get to see its importance in the present South Africa. A focal point of post-Apartheid times in South Africa, the Island is in Table Bay, 14km from Cape Town. There are several attractive destinations you will get to visit while on the Island.
It is a former township located on the slopes of Signa Hill. It is a historic center of Cape Maley Culture in Cape Town. While at the Bo-Kaap, you will get to see and enjoy the diverse culture of the people as well enjoy popular activities.
The building was completed in 1884 and consists of three main sections. Get more information on the Houses of Parliament from the Expedia. You will also have plenty of time sightseeing.
The City Hall is in the Grand Parade to the west of the Castle. Built from honey-colored oolitic limestone, it serves as a place for cultural expression through the events it hosts.
This is the second oldest building in Cape Town after the Castle. Explore the history of slavery in Cape Town at the Iziko Slave Lodge Museum. Enjoy vibrant walks from the Cape Town's Castle to the former Slave Lodge.
Castle of Good Hope at the Corner of Darling and Buitenkakant Streets, Cape Town is the oldest building in the history of South Africa.
Enjoy unique Bike and Saddle signature trips. Cape Town Evening Cycle is a unique eco-friendly and invigorating way to experience the Mother City.
It's a relatively new sport in South Africa. Try sand boarding on the Atlantic dunes near Cape Town. Several operators offering the adrenalin pumping sport are Sand boarding Cape Town and Sidewinder Sand boarding Adventures
Hot air ballooning in Cape Town is usually seasonal, taking place only in summer from October to end of March. Launch sites differ depending on the wind direction.
Enjoy a beautiful drive to Cape Point from Cape Town on a half a day tour.
Experience the diamond tour in Cape Town. At The Cape Town Diamond Museum, you will pay tribute to the world's most precious gem, the diamond. Watch how modern technology and traditional craftsmanship come together when the diamond is set to make jewelry.
You can never regret visiting Cape Town because you will have fun as you experience the different attractions.
A safari day trip at Aquila Game Reserve in Southern Karoo offers a good time to see the big five.