Join us on an unforgettable city tour in South Africa. You can visit all the major sights of the mother city. We pick you up from your accommodation. Experience a wonderful half-day tour with us!
We have included as many of Cape-Town points of interest in one neatly combined package deal – so you are sure to not miss out on what the Mother city has to offer!
|08.00 - 09.00||12.00 - 13.00||R 610 p.p|
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City Tour Cape Town | South Africa Tours & Safaris
Below you will find more detailed information on what you can encounter on our city tour. Our city tours depart both in the morning and in the afternoon. You will also find our tour prices below.
Departure & Return Location
Pick up and drop off at your hotel or guesthouse around Capetown.
Best of the Tour Itinerary
At the heard of CapeTown near the South African parliament we find the Company’s Garden, a green oasis housing many exotic plants, bushes and trees, the oldest Apple tree was planted in 1650.
Also the garden is the home of many different birds and squirrels that love to eat out of your hands, the peanuts are available from local dealers at the park.
The Iziko South African Museum, was established in 1825 and is located at the Company’s Garden. It is housing many fossils dating back as much as 700 Million years.
Parliament of South Africa
Houses of Parliament – even so Cape Town in not the capital of South Africa, which actually is Pretoria, its boosting with a magnificent building, build in Cape Dutch architecture and was completed in 1884. You will be impressed during our visit of the neoclassical architecture.
As early as 1905 the city hall was build and resides at the Grand Parade. Its original use was for offices of the city's administration. Now it's mainly used for functions, and the Symphony orchestra play's regularly at the hall.
The Castle of Good Hope
Is up today regarded as the oldest colonial building, and was build during 1666 to 1679. It was build close to the coast, but over the years the water receded, mainly due to the Dutch engineering work.The castle needs constant renovations to its brick work, as the old burned bricks were in these days off low quality. 1980 immense restorations were undertaken to preserve the castle for future generations.
Bo Kaap - Malay Quarter
At the slopes of signal hill you will be able to visit the Bo Kaap, a residential area with colourful houses in many variations. The Bo-Kaap was built between 1760 and 1840. It has got 4 different areas:the Malay Quarter, Stadzicht, Schotsche Kloof and Schoone Kloof. Many small shops offer different items for the tourists, mainly their famous spices.
Green Market Square
Is know as the oldest market in Cape Town established in 1696. Here you will find many items like local art, crafts, fabrics and artifacts from almost every country but African curios are predominate. Today Greenmarket Square is bordered by a selection of restaurants and cafés that provide ample opportunity to people-watch and enjoy local fare.
Signal Hill and Lion's Head
Signal Hill, or Lion's Rump, is a landmark flat-topped hill located in Cape Town, next to Lion's Head and Table Mountain. It was known before as "The Lion's Flank", but not used any more. Lion's Head, Signal Hill look together like a lion sphinx. Tourists await breathtaking views over Capetown.
Most evenings many people gather on the hill to watch the sun going down into the Atlantic ocean. Many take also to the opportunity to combine the sun setting with a picnic and something sparkly
Clifton and Camps Bay
These are the most famous beaches known for its fine white sand and natural rock. Upmarket Camps Bay draws many crowds to enjoy the beach, fresh air and the South African sun. The beach road is covered with excellent restaurants serving meals at reasonable prices.
Special features: The course of the half-day tour can change at any time without notice!
We look forward to your inquiry.
Your Cape Town Tour Team