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    City Sightseeing Tour

    8 reviews

    I spoke to my friends who visited Cape Town a few months back, and they really raved about the City Sightseeing Tour as a really easy way to get an overview of the city and check out the major sights.

    Popular withBusinessFamiliesHistory
  • 2

    Table Mountain Cableway

    39 reviews

    This is a major time saver for those wanting to experience the amazing views from the top of Table Mountain. High winds in the area frequently can cause the cableway to not operate, be sure to check before you depart your hotel and see if it's running or not.

    Popular withOutdoorLocalAdventure
  • 3

    Table Mountain

    66 reviews

    Amazing views for the top of the Mesa overlooking cape town. Unique biosphere, incredible place. Worth spending at least half a day on it. Was d there wasn't time to go abseiling/rappelling off of it.

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    Table Mountain National Park

    11 reviews

    The views from the top of Table Mountain are some of the best in the entire world. The gondola to the top is closed when the winds are high, so be sure to check before you leave and make sure it's running. Otherwise be prepared for a rigorous hike up to the top.

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  • 5

    Boulders Beach

    41 reviews

    Close encounters with the penguins at the Foxy Beach/Boulders Beach complex near Simonstown. Boulders Beach is intended for humans mostly but not to say an occassionally happy feet may swim by to say hello. On the Foxy beach side, Humans on land meander through a serious of boardwalk to get up close and personal w the penguin colonies. What an ...

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  • 6

    Cape Point

    35 reviews

    This is a must see. Watch the oceans meet. It is one of the natural wonders of the world. The baboons, mongoose, zebras etc are cool too.

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    Chapman's Peak Drive

    21 reviews

    Gorgeous drive. Couple good stop offs along the way. Not to be missed if you have your own rental car. And you should as they are really cheap!

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  • 8

    Cape of Good Hope Reserve

    22 reviews

    Don't know how many different ways you can review this on Gogobot, but great park. You definitely need a car. Hey have bus tours but cars give more flexibility. Enjoy the trails and be careful to lock your cars as the baboons will have a field day!

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  • 9

    Two Oceans Aquarium

    17 reviews

    This is interesting but definitely geared to families. Not sure there is a lot for grow ups, but the kids will love it!

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  • 10

    District Six Museum

    6 reviews

    A small but must visit museum located in the center of the city. This hotel will give you a clear and concise history of the city. Very powerful for such a small exhibit.

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  • 11

    Monkeyland

    5 reviews

    Great place to spend a morning or afternoon. They also have a great, free volunteer program if you want to help out.

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  • 12

    Rust En Vrede Winery

    3 reviews

    Rust En Vrede is one of my two favorite wineries in South Africa. I came home with four bottles, and would have brought more if I'd had a bigger bag.

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    Cape of Good Hope

    28 reviews

    This was simply awesome. The two oceans meeting is one of the wonders of the world, and the scenery is spectacular. Watch out for the baboons, but enjoy an unforgettable day out.

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  • 14

    V&A Waterfront

    40 reviews

    The Victoria and Albert Waterfront is where most of Cape Town's shopping action seems to be. There are plenty of restaurants and lots to see. Check out the giant man made out of Coca-Cola crates.

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    Victoria Wharf Mall

    13 reviews

    The Victoria Wharf Mall is your usual upscale mall with nice restaurants, pricey shops, and a movie theater. There's plenty to do on the areas around the mall too.

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  • 16

    Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden

    23 reviews

    it is an amazing place, with lots of trees and flowers. during summer you can find lots of free concerts here

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  • 17

    Camps Bay Beach

    22 reviews

    Beautiful beach in affluent suburb of Cape Town. Definitely the high rent district. Not too crowded in July but apparently mad in the high season. Told you can dive there offshore.

    Popular withOutdoorTrendstersLuxury
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    Lion's Head

    16 reviews

    Impressive companion to Table Mountain. Security on the slopes has improved, but best to hike with a partner. Amazing views.

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  • 19

    Kalk Bay

    14 reviews

    Technically a suburb of Cape Town on False Bay. Also known as Lime Bay from the limestone. Probably not as distinctive as Simons town or fishhoek but fun for a day out.

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  • 20

    Robben Island

    18 reviews

    I lived there and it is the most beautiful place to live there are rear animals there and the fishing is fantastic.

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