Day Tours Cape Town
Cape Town Holidays
Explore Cape Town's world renowned botanical gardens
Explore the Company's Garden, home to a rich variety of flora. Your botanical journey continues to Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, acclaimed as one of the great gardens of the world. Kirstenbosch is famous for the beauty and diversity of the indigenous Cape flora on display. Enjoy a guided garden tour.
± 4 Hours
Experience visual arts in a unique setting that offers a multi-sensory experience.
Visit the spectacular Zeitz MOCAA (Museum of Contemporary Art Africa), the largest museum of contemporary African art in the world. Join a guided tour led by curatorial staff, presenting highlights from the museum’s current exhibitions. Continue with a visit to the Norval Foundation that houses one of the largest private collections of South African contemporary art.
± 7.5 Hours
Explore 3 of Cape Town's artisnal distilleries
Delve into one of the greatest moments in medical history—the world's first human heart transplant. Learn more about the events that took place on that historic day under the leadership of Professor Christiaan Barnard. The journey then continues to Groot Constantia, the oldest wine producing farm in South Africa.
± 9 Hours
Explore the history and cultural diversity of the "Mother City" on foot! The tour combines beautiful scenery with historical sites such as the Castle of Good Hope, the Bo-Kaap with its colourful houses and narrow cobbled streets, Company’s Gardens, South African Museum and the District Six Museum.
± 7 Hours
Explore the typical farmers' markets of Cape Town. Your first stop is the Oranjezicht City Farm Market in Granger Bay in the V&A Waterfront area. Then continue to the Neighbourgoods Market at The Old Biscuit Mill (a former biscuit mill converted into a quaint little village in the heart of Woodstock). Take in the fresh Cape Town air as you enjoy a leisurely stroll and delight in fresh farmers’ produce and delectable artisanal goods.
± 4.5 Hours
Relax in the sidecar of a classic 750cc motorcycle and take in the spectacular scenic beauty of the False Bay coastline, whilst travelling through picturesque seaside villages. You’ll have the opportunity to visit the Harold Porter Botanical Gardens and watch the African Penguin Colony at Stony Point.
± 8 Hours
Get up early, leave Cape Town behind and travel to Gansbaai for the marine safari experience of a lifetime! Expert guides will show you the best of this amazing South African marine wilderness, including Great White sharks, African penguins, Cape fur seals and a variety of seabirds.
± 10 Hours
Join a fun filled evening of interactive entertainment and delectable food at Gold restaurant
Travel by cable car to top of Table Mountain (excludes cableway ticket fee & weather permitting) then descend and pass through Malay Quarter, city centre and Company Gardens. Visit the Castle of Good Hope (time permitting) and Diamond Works.
± 4.5 Hours
This picturesque tour takes you over the mountains to the seaside town of Hermanus. Set between mountains and the sea, Hermanus is not only very striking but offers some of the greatest land based opportunities for whale watching in the world (August – November).
± 9 Hours
See the best of the Cape Peninsula and the Winelands on an entertaining, day long highlights tour. This area is renowned internationally for its spectacular natural scenery. Craggy mountain peaks contrast with endless ocean vistas and lush green valleys.
± 9 Hours
This is a fantastic safari experience a convenient 2-hour drive from Cape Town. We head up the N1 Highway, through the incredible Hex River Valley and arrive at the Aquila Private Game Reserve. The diverse environment of the reserve ensures much to interest passionate wildlife watchers and birders. A well informed Ranger will lead you on an exciting open vehicle game drive and you stop for a delicious lunch at the lodge.
± 9 Hours
This is a stunning afternoon activity that takes you to the historic wine region of Stellenbosch, less than an hour outside of Cape Town city. Set against the backdrop of spectacular mountains, Stellenbosch is world-renowned for making some of South Africa’s premier wines.
± 3 Hours
Join us for a unique experience travelling through the three South Africa’s: The birth, where it all started; Apartheid South Africa, what happened then; and the New South Africa, what is different since Nelson Mandela was released from prison. The tour provides the extraordinary chance to connect, mingle and share cultural principles with the local community.
± 3.5 Hours
What is the best feature of the Cape Winelands? It’s true that it is renowned for its crisp white and classic French-style red wines, fantastic cheeses and olives; but it also has a stunning wealth of natural rustic beauty with vast estates shaded from the African sunshine by giant oak trees and towering mountains overlooking lush valleys.
± 8.5 Hours
Our tour begins with a scenic drive along the Atlantic coast, passing through the cosmopolitan suburb of Sea Point and Camps Bay with its glorious views of the Twelve Apostles, part of the Table Mountain range. From here we travel to the Cape Point Nature Reserve, comprising over 17,300 acres of indigenous fauna and flora. Following the coastline along False Bay, we'll return to Cape Town by way of the Simon's Town, Fish Hoek fishing village and Muizenberg.
± 4.5 Hours
Embark on a spectacular journey around the Cape Peninsula taking in all the highlights and breathtaking beauty of this world-renowned region. Travel through historic suburbs, charming fishing villages and awesome viewpoints on your way to Cape Point, where the mighty Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet in harmony (as per legend).
± 9 Hours
Oh, go on! - have a sumptuous high tea served in the lounge of Cape Town’s most iconic hotel. There’s a dazzling buffet-style array of classic and locally-inspired cakes, pastries, delicacies, savouries and fruits, as well as a selection of over thirty of the finest loose leaf teas.
± 2.5 Hours