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Cape Town

Perched at the Southern tip of Africa, unmatched natural beauty, amazing beaches, wonderful hospitality, and cultural diversity makes Cape Town one of the world’s greatest tourist destinations.

Cape Town is cradled by the natural presence of Table Mountain and forms a backdrop to a land so lovely that it appears to be a fantasy landscape. It is a tapestry of myriad narratives, a kaleidoscope of people , unique flavours and cultures. The beauty of the vineyards in Constantia, Stellenbosch and Franschhoek entices visitors to taste the world class wines and cuisine.



Cape Town is known for its diverse culture and rich history. Boasting a vibrant and welcoming community. The “Mother City” as it is known, has a cultural scene which is both thriving and unique. Cape Town is home to artists and performers of every description. There are numerous museums and places of cultural interest to visit.

You will have a wide selection of the cuisine in Cape Town.  A traditional braai (BBQ) isn’t just about roasting meat, but a social event where friends and family gather to have a fantastic social time. The mouth-watering seafood dishes and Cape Malay dishes are also a must for food lovers.


Cape Town has a Mediterranean climate, which means that it gets its rainfall in the winter months.

Temperatures between Jan and April are between 15°C and 32°C. Temperatures in May are between 13°C and 22°C.

June, July, and August are mid-winter and depending on your interests this can be the best time to visit Cape Town as there are barely any crowds at the top attractions. Temperatures are between 11°C and 20°C.


The currency in Cape Town is the South Africa Rand (ZAR) and is recommended that travellers have ZAR for smaller purchases at cafés and flea markets. Most restaurants and hotels accept Visa and Mastercard debit and credit cards.

Places to discover

Robben Island Tour

The Robben Island Tour includes a return boat trip across Table Bay and a tour of the infamous Maximum-Security Prison where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years, interaction with an ex-political prisoner, a 45-minute bus ride with a guide providing commentary, the opportunity to explore the Murray’s Bay Harbour precinct attractions and the Museum Shop. Duration: 3.5 hours

V&A Waterfront

The V&A Waterfront is South Africa’s most-visited destination, and it attracts roughly 24 million visitors a year. There are five shopping districts where you’ll find everything from local designs to international brands, but there’s more to this destination than shopping. There are many coffee shops, restaurants, and bars, most with spectacular harbour views.

Cabel Car up Table Mountain

One of the New Seven Wonders of the World, Table Mountain is Cape Town’s centrepiece. If you are relatively fit and are feeling energetic, there are some amazing hikes to try. For those pressed for time, the Aerial Cableway offers a quick and convenient ascent. Cable cars depart from the cable station every 10 to 15 minutes and the journey up the mountain takes about five minutes. The cars rotate through 360 degrees during the trip, affording you spectacular views of the mountain below.

Cape Peninsula Tour

Bring your camera - Cape Point is at the southwestern tip of the Cape Peninsula with the most spectacular views in the world. The drive is just as inspiring, passing steep mountains, secluded coves and sweeping beaches. The Cape Nature Reserve, comprising over 17,300 acres of indigenous fauna and flora. Here you will see a variety of wildlife that includes baboons, rhebok, Cape Mountain zebra and the elusive eland. The majestic coastline offers drama worthy of being called "Nature's Greatest Show". Witness the union of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans. Following the coastline, you will return via the Penguin Colony at the Boulders Beach (entry for your own account) and Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens for a short walking tour of the beautiful gardens. You will be transferred back to your hotel and spend the evening at your leisure.

Wine Route Tour of Franschhoek

Our most popular option, the Hop-on Hop-off Experience, allows you to do just that – hop on and off as you like, experiencing the different activities on offer, be it wine tasting, a cellar tour, lunch or just a stroll through the vineyards. And when you’re ready, simply hop-on to continue your journey!

Contact us:

1300 006 697

3 Thornbill Way,
West Pennant Hills NSW 2125,