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HOUT BAY HARBOUR

Hout Bay is located on the Atlantic side of the Cape Peninsula and forms part of the Cape Peninsula National Park. It is surrounded by protective mountains and good fishing area and here you embark into a semi-sea tour to Duiker Island to visit the colony of Cape fur seals in their natural habitat then head back to the Harbour.

CHAPMAN’S PEAK

Named after John Chapman, The Chapman‟s Peak is situated on the Western side of the Cape Peninsula, about 15 Kilometers south of Cape Town, South Africa and it is one of the most popular attractions in Cape Town. Enjoy the breath taking scenery of the Western Flank of the mountain that falls sharply into the Atlantic Ocean.

Cape Point

Cape Point/The Cape of Good Hope, most commonly known as the tip of Africa is an integral part of the Cape Floristic Kingdom which is the smallest but richest of the world‟s six floral kingdoms and falls within the Southern section of Table Mountain National Park. Enjoy the natural beauty of the beach coves, wildlife and scenic viewpoints.

Simon’s Town/ Boulders

Simon‟s Town has stunning views in the most beautiful environment of the Cape Peninsula. It has many historical buildings and offers a friendly hospitality with a number of beautiful beaches to meet your holiday needs. Experience the beauty of Boulders Beach, the home to a unique and endangered land-based colony of African Penguins.

Spier Wine Farm

One of the most very first farms to be established in Stellenbosch with a fascinating history and a legacy the owners never take for granted. It takes a purist approach to farming for heath. There is an intriguing collection of Cape Dutch gables and the oldest dated wine cellar in the county. It has a modern, conscious energy and it‟s about farm-to-table food and accolade wines.

Vredenheim/Big Cat Park

Vredenheim was opened in October 2011, and it has been attracting visitors from far and wide ever since. The owners, have a great passion for big cats and decided to open a Big Cats Park at Vredenheim to educate the public about these majestic animals and their behaviours. It is currently home to 3 brown lions, 2 white lions, 2 caracal, 1 cheetah, 1 leopard and 2 Bengal tigers.

Franschoek Wine Tram

Franschhoek „French Corner‟ is one of the oldest towns in South Africa. Steeped in history, the valley was originally settled in 1688 by French Huguenot refugees who brought with them their age-old French wine and food culture, centered around a picturesque village of friendly, welcoming people. Catch a glimpse of wine making process and enjoy the wine tasting experience.

Drekenstein Prison

Drakenstein prison, formerly known as Victor Verster Prison is linked to the life and times of Nelson Mandela. It is famous for being the prison where Nelson Mandela spent the last three of the 27 years he spent in prison. It was often used as a stepping stone for releasing lower-risk political prisoners. Out of these gates is where Nelson Mandela took his first steps to freedom.

Bo-Kaap

The Bo-Kaap, formerly known as the Malay Quarter is a former township situated on the slopes of Signal Hill above the city Centre and is an historical Centre of Cape Malay culture in Cape Town. The area is known for its brightly coloured homes made up of long continuous rows of small, mostly single-storeyed flat roofed houses and its cobble stoned streets.

District Six Museum

Was established as a mixed community of freed slaves, merchants, artisans, labourers and immigrants. District six was a vibrant centre with close links to the city and the port. By the beginning of the twentieth century, however, the process of forced removal and marginalization had started.
The Museum works with the memories of the community experience.

Langa Township

Langa meaning “the sun” in Xhosa was the first township in the Cape Peninsula with its development starting in 1923 in terms of the Urban Areas Act and was initially opened as a camp for male labourers. Currently administered by the Cape Town City Council, Langa has a railway station that helps to transport people to the city and suburbs for employment.

Guga S’thebe Cultural Centre

The Guga S‟thebe Arts and Cultural Centre was built as a multipurpose centre which holds regular exhibitions expressing local and national art activities. They offer services for small entrepreneurs and facilities for arts and crafts, metal work, pottery, music and many more to empower the people of Langa and improve their social and economical lives.

Table Mountain

This natural world heritage site is a haven of magnificent mountains plunging into crystal seas fringed with bleached white sands of the Cape Peninsula. The sheer variety of indigenous flora found on Table Mountain is staggering. Have a spectacular 360-degree views of Cape Town, Table Bay, the nearby peaks of the surrounding mountains and the rest of the Table Mountain National Park.

The Cable Car

The Cableway will provide you with an unforgettable experience as it takes you to the top of Table Mountain where there is an unusually rich biodiversity. Its vegetation consists predominantly of several different types of the unique and rich Cape fynbos. There is nothing quite as spectacular as watching a Cape Town sunset from the top of Table Mountain.

The Castle of Good Hope

Built by the Dutch East India Company, The Castle Of Good Hope is the oldest existing colonial building in South Africa. Its position marks the original shoreline before years of land reclamation changed the Table Bay coastline. The Castle itself was built by soldiers, sailors and slaves, with local stones and rocks cut from the granite outcrop on Signal Hill.

The Company Gardens

The garden that was started by the Dutch as a result of a refreshment station need in the Cape. It comprised of vegetables, fruits, herbs and medical gardens. Ornamental plants like Oak, Pine Trees and Roses were later introduced in the garden and then Indigenous and exotic trees. A garden with lots of points of interest which are detailed.

Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden

A famous botanical garden nestled at the eastern foot of Table Mountain in Cape Town. The garden is the best known of the nine National Botanical Gardens covering five of South Africa’s six different biomes. It was the first botanic garden in the world to be devoted to a country’s indigenous flora. It‟s location and unique flora make this botanical garden among the most beautiful in the world.

Hartenberg Wine Estate

Based in Stellenbosch, Hartenberg is a family wine estate where nature provides the perfect backdrop to grow and produce a variety of award winning white wines and red wines including the world‟s best Shiraz. Christoffel Esterhuizzen became the first official owner of the farm when he was given the title deed by the governor in 1704.

Le Bonheur Croc Farm

Le Bonheur that translates „Happiness‟ from French, offers you an opportunity to view crocs underwater through aquarium style viewing panels and gives you delightful and enchanting imaginations through an experience of touching a baby croc. You also get to do catch and release fishing leaving you with the most beautiful memories of the tour.

Cango Caves

Amongst many wonderful attractions in this area is the magnificent Cango Caves situated in a limestone ridge opposite to the famous Swartberg Mountain about 29km from Oudtshoorn where you will find what is predominantly the finest dripstones caverns the Western Cape has to offer with their vast halls and towering formations.

Ostrich Farm

Odtshoorn is the “Ostrich capital of the world” with approximately 60,000 inhabitants and the town is primarily reliant on ostrich farming and tourism industry. The town‟s prosperity is evidence of the very good business these big-eyed birds have become, providing jobs and attracting tourism in addition to the export and sale of ostrich products.

Elephant Park

Elephants are capable of recognizing their own reflections in mirrors and have excellent memories. An elephant’s memory is an efficient tool, especially during the drier seasons, as the matriarchs are able to remember the locations of past watering holes and lead their herds to water. Elephants feed on grass, sugarcane, bananas, leaves and bark. Adult elephants can consume an average of 300 to 400 pounds of food each day.

Monkeyland

Monkeyland is a roaming multi species primate sanctuary, located in The Crags near Plettenberg Bay in Western Cape, South Africa. The sanctuary comprises over 12 hectares (30 acres) of indigenous forest, with a protected greenbelt of 4 hectares (9.9 acres) . A monkey was the only animal judged and convicted in a trial, in the last century, in Alabama, United States. The monkey was accused for having smoked in public.

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