Cape Town is located at the southern tip of the African continent. It offers vast open spaces, fresh clean air and breathtaking beauty. It is home to Africa’s most iconic attractions.

Explore Cape Town with a leisurely drive along the South Peninsula coastline. Discover Boulders Beach, home to a colony of African penguins. From Boulders, travel 30 minutes to Cape Point, where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans merge. End the trip at the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens, situated on the slopes of Table Mountain, a place where wildflowers and indigenous flora grow in abundance.

Take a breathtaking coastal drive to Hermanus, with magnifi­cent mountain and sea views, beautiful farmland, historic towns, and seaside villages, such as Betty's Bay and Kleinmond. View the Southern Right whales from the best land-based whale-watching site in the world and enjoy the wonderful Harold Porter Botanical Garden. Wine aficionados can explore Cape Town’s world-class wine estates in Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl and enjoy the serenity of the Cape countryside.

Take a ferry trip to Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned. Alternatively, explore the city with a local walk at Bo-Kaap, known for its famous rainbow-coloured houses and cobblestone streets. Take a trip to the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway station, where a state-of-the-art cable car transports you to the top of Table Mountain. End the trip at the V&A Waterfront, which offers plenty of sightseeing.

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