Be spoilt for choice with our selection of custom tours. Choose from our full day and half day tour options. From the Winelands to Cape Point. Your journey starts here.
Shark Cage Diving (Gansbaai)
Get your adrenaline pumping! Dive with the words biggest predator, the Great White Shark! Gansbaai is a world-famous diving spot just a two-hour drive from Cape Town. Enquire with our friendly Concierge staff to secure your tickets. (Transfers are available).
Whale watching (Hermanus)
Set sail to the world's whale watching capital Hermanus just two hours drive from Cape Town. The area of Walker Bay has been proven to have the highest density of Southern Right Whales. Experience a memorable South African boat-based Whale watching trip.
Crocodile diving (Paarl)
Prepare yourself for a hair-rising encounter! Located in the heart of the Winelands, get up close and personal with Africa’s most fierce, the Nile Crocodile. Located just 30 minutes from Cape Town.
Seal diving (free dive)
Enjoy a picturesque boat ride from the V&A Waterfront to a majestical kelp forest just off the coast where friendly & inquisitive Cape Fur Seals becomes your ultimate dive buddies. This is one of the biggest colonies of Cape Fur Seal found in the Atlantic Ocean.
3, 2, 1… Experience the thrill of your lifetime! Free-fall for about 40 seconds with Table Mountain as your backdrop. This is an unforgettable must for all adrenaline junkies.
Weather permitting there is never a bad day to soar over Cape Town! Jump from Signal Hill and land on Sea Point Promenade. Flight time varies due to weather conditions and action footage can be bought at an additional cost. Ask any of our friendly Concierge to secure your booking!
Franschoek Wine Tram
Discover the true essence of the Franschoek Valley. This 'hop-on-hop-off' experience is a unique and leisurely way to explore these rolling Vineyards. Enjoy fine cuisine and world-class wines in the heart of the Cape Wine Region. Bookings are essential.
Experience the world's highest Bungee – Bloukrans Bridge. Towering 216 meters over the valley river beneath. A 6-hour drive from Cape Town. This one is only for the brave…
The ultimate way to see the entire Peninsula. An almost magical 360-degree tour of the world-famous Table Mountain and breathtaking coastlines. Several different packages are available here, enquire with any of our friendly team members.
A great new adventure sport in Cape Town! A splash of sunscreen and some basic instructions and you’re ready to go.. An exhilarating experience on Atlantis dune a few minutes drive from the City!
Cape Point Ostrich Farm
Admire the world’s largest birds indigenous to Africa. Shop for leather souvenirs or enjoy informative walking tours through this gorgeous Ostrich Farm situated perfectly next to Cape Point Nature Reserve.
Red Bus Tour
A red hot favourite! This world-class hop-on hop-off open-top bus is the perfect way to explore the Mother City! There are three different routes to choose from with busses every 15 – 20 minutes.
Rediscover Cape Town from another angle! Take a guided kayak tour out of Mouille Point. Encounter active marine life such as Sunfish, Penguins, Seals, local Dolphin and even Whales in season, a must do whilst visiting Cape Town!
Hot air ballooning (Winelands)
Table Mountain cableway
Experience Cape Town’s most iconic landmark! A gentle ride with rotating floors for the full 360-degree view. Book your tickets online and save cue time, ask any of our Concierge for assistance.
Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
Behold South Africa’s most visited tourist destination. A popular shopping and dining destination on Table Bay Harbour. An excellent choice for cultural & historical sights. Enjoy harbour cruises or simply take in the breathtaking views of Table Mountain from the docks.
Forming a dramatic backdrop, this gem is well worth a visit. Peaking 669 meters above sea level, the perfect hike for everyone. Several hiking trails and even elusive caves, be sure to have your camera ready for this one.
Cape point Nature Reserve
Cape Point falls into the most southern section of Table Mountain. Cliffs towering nearly 200 meters into the ocean provide the perfect backdrop for this park's rich bio-diversity.
Also now as Lion’s Rump is a landmark flat-topped hill. Together with Lion’s Head, Signal Hill looks like a lion sphinx. Cannon fire from the top sounds at daily 12:00!
Robben Island Museum
The museum is only 6.9 kilometres from Table Bay, this Island named after Seals (Dutch) is rich in South African history. A unique experience walking through the prison where world-famous icon Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years, now a World Heritage Site.
Two Oceans Aquarium
Experience the incredible diversity of the Indian & Atlantic Ocean in nearby V&A Waterfront. Perfect for adults and kids, a window into our mysterious oceans.
District Six Museum
A former inner City residential area. Destroyed in the 1960’s, it is impossible not to be emotionally moved by this museum. A constantly changing living memorial to the community of the oncevibrant coloured suburb.
Perfectly located in the V&A Waterfront, this is the largest museum of contemporary African Art in the world. A former grain silo now towering proud in the newly established and trendy Silo District.
The Old Biscuit Mill (Weekends)
One of Cape Town’s most loved neighbourhood craft markets! Come meet some of South Africa’s most innovative and creative designers, photographers & artists. Delicious food stalls and handcrafted souvenirs. A must when visiting Cape Town!
Clifton/ Campsbay Beaches
The white sands and crystal clear waters of these beaches draw crowds from around the world. Surrounded by exclusive residential areas, green landscapes and towing mountains, the perfect spot to soak up the raw beauty of the surroundings & the African sun off-course.
Bo – Kaap
Situated on the slopes of Signal Hill above the city centre, this historic area also known as the Malay Quarter boasts hundreds of colourful houses. Explore one of the most photographed areas in the Mother City, snap snap!
Long Street, CBD
A vibrant and popular street in the heart of the City known for it’s famous bohemian hang outs, lined with many African souvenir shops and authentic restaurants. Especially lively at night, Long Street is known as the oldest party street in town.
Atlantic Seaboard Promenade
A pleasure shared by all locals. Stroll along the wide paved and grassy promenade, the town's most scenic walkway with the Atlantic Oceans waves breaking in the background. Stretching the entire length of Sea Point & Mouille Point with a historic lighthouse & well maintained outdoor gym.
Castle of Good Hope
Also known as Cape Town Castle, this Dutch built fort was constructed in the 17th century. Enjoy a guided tour through this 5 pointed wonder, the oldest historical building in South Africa.
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
The most beautiful garden in Africa, proof that not all gardens were created the same. This green paradise is situated on the eastern foot of Table Mountain, a tranquil space perfect to enjoy a picnic or a scenic walk over the treetops on the newly constructed timber and steel bridge.
Dylan Lewis Sculpture Garden
To enter an artist's garden is to enter another world. Dylan Lewis is a world-famous sculpture of the animal form. This magical garden with some of Dylan’s best pieces is a must-see for all art lovers and garden enthusiasts. Situated in The Cape Winelands, just a 40-minute drive from the City!