- Table Mountain
South Africa’s most famous mountain climbs 1000 meters over the city – visible to approaching ships over 150 kilometers away. With so many diverse moods it’s difficult not to fall in love with it.
Since the South Easter blows fog into it, clouds fall mysteriously over its edges, making an almost eerie waterfall over the huge rock. If you are an adventure freak then you can plan your next tour with us to enjoy your tour the fullest at South Africa Motorbike Trip.
- Signal Hill and Lions Head
These two mountains offer fascinating views of the city, Table Mountain, Sea Point, Robben Island and the sea. Signal Hill look-out point has just been upgraded – a popular spot to enjoy sunsets from.
- Clifton, Camps Bay and Llandudno
Three of Cape Town’s most beautiful beaches are hidden just a couple of minutes from the City Centre. Clifton is divided into 4 small beaches – each with its own unique character and atmosphere.
If you are searching for a meal or snack, visit Camps Bay. Several restaurants and cafes make it quite popular.
- Hout Bay
A popular seaside village (many refer to it as the Republic of Hout Bay) famous for its good seafood, relaxed setting, and working harbor area. A boat trip to Seal Island with around 5000 seals provides a unique and pleasant experience.
- Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
South Africa’s most visited attraction will surely keep you busy. With many restaurants, coffee shops and wine bars to choose from, no-one should leave with an empty stomach.