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Our Speciality - Cape Town Day Tours

Cape ala Carte Cape Town Day Tour takes you to the spectaular V&A Waterfront, with views of Table MountainVisit the famous Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, shop till you drop, or take a boat trip to Robben Island with its colourful history since the first Settlers came to the Cape and where South Africa's first democratically elected President Nelson Mandela was incarcerated for 18 years. It's all part of the excitement of our Cape Town Day Tour.

Our Cape Town Day Tour allows you time to marvel at the creatures in the
Two Oceans Aquarium… or if you are the sporting kind and have a Diving Certificate, you can dive with the sharks in the Cape Town Aquarium.

Why not enjoy the famous & traditional
"High Tea" at the elegant Five Star Mount Nelson Hotel?…or listen to a live jazz band whilst enjoying a sumptuous seafood lunch or dinner before returning home or going on to the Theatre, maybe one of the many cultural shows in town? Why not be swept off your feet with a cold glass of champagne at sunset from your vantage point on Signal Hill, savouring the awesome sight of the city below you and the vast expanse of the Cape Flats and marvel at the spectacle of the City lights at night?

Drive with us along some of the most spectacular scenic roads to Cape Point Nature Reserve, where it is falsely claimed that the two oceans meet, but nevertheless offers dramatic views of the most southern point of the Cape Peninsula.
We drive along the coast, stop here and there to enjoy the views or browse among the many curio stalls on the roadside. The Naval town of Simon's Town, where Penguins have the right of way and smartly dressed sailors salute their superiors, lies on the shores of False Bay. Old Naval Batteries facing the Bay are silent witnesses to the defences during the war. A Railway runs directly along the shore and stops at all the little seaside villages as it makes its way to Cape Town, e.g.via Fishhoek, where still today it is forbidden to have a liquor-store, Kalk Bay with its fishing harbour, the famous Brass Bell Restaurant at St. James's, not to forget Muizenberg Beach, where the waters are always a few degrees warmer than in Clifton or Camps Bay.

Take a Cable Car ( weather-permitting ) to the summit of Table Mountain and see to the end of the world. When you have had your fill, we visit the fabulous gardens of Kirstenbosch. Maybe we are in time for one of the many outdoor concerts performed by outstanding artists in the arena among the flowers.

To end this beautiful Cape Town Day Tour  we drive to the world-famous estate of Groot Constantia, enjoy a glass of wine and if you like, some dinner as well.


 

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