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Private Cape Town Table Mountain Bo-Kaap + Cable Car Tickets H/D

Location Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
$167.21
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Overview
There is no better way to learn about the city of Cape Town. This is a world-class city that is scooping awards annually and if you need to learn why it keeps winning these awards you need to visit the attractions.

A tour of the city of Cape Town takes travelers to the most beautiful blue flag beaches beaches. The most expensive residential areas in South Africa where some of the properties are owned by international celebrities.

Travelers do have an opportunity of visiting Table Mountain the only one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature in a city. There are countless photo opportunities on this amazing tour and the views are simply awesome. There is also a fair amount of beauty to encounter especially when you visit the Company Gardens. There are art and crafts, critters and even an art gallery.

In this tour travelers interact with the locals hence they get to familiarize themselves with the current situation to co-exist between the different racial groups.
Private Cape Town Table Mountain Bo-Kaap + Cable Car Tickets H/D
Pickup included
Tour guide
Language: English
Human tour guide
Duration: 4 hours
Availability depends on seasonality and number of participants. Bookings can not be made for the same day. Please read our TnC’s.

When giving as a gift, your recipient can choose a date at their convenience during a booking process. Otherwise, you can choose one after checkout and voucher redemption.
  • Table Mountain Cable Car Tickets
  • Registered Tourist Guide
  • Entry fees to Diamond Museum
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Pick up from your hotel and drop off after the tour
  • Gratuities
  • Entry fees to the museums up to R50 per person
Meeting point
We pick up travelers from the stop and go area in front of The Silo Hotel Waterfront
Return details
We pick up travelers from the stop and go area in front of The Silo Hotel Waterfront
  • One of the 10 blue flag beaches in Cape Town. This beach is dived into 4 from beach number 1 to 4 with beach number 4 being the most popular. This beach is popular with university and college students and local members of the community. It is at the heart of one of the most expensive residential areas of Cape Town. (pass by)
  • Camps Bay
    Welcome to the most popular beach in Cape Town. Named after a Dutch sailor this is also know as the place of the rich and famous. Take a walk on the main road and lined along this road are top restaurants, coffee shops and a few boutique shops. There are lots of art and craft stalls along the main road especially in summer. You can shop for curios in any of the shops and there are only 2 hotels at this popular beach. Take a walk on the pure white sand beach with colorful beach umbrellas. The water is not cold for more than 9 months of the year except in winter. An ideal location for a selfie or a group photo as the surroundings are equally amazing. On one side is Table Mountain connecting to the !2 Apostles peaks. This beach is surrounded by expensive properties. On the beach especially in summer there are a lot of sexy beach bodies.
  • Table Mountain
    Stop over at this iconic landmark which was inaugurated in 2012 as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. The panoramic view of the city of Cape Town below is unbelievable. Take a view of the entire bay from the V & A Waterfront to Table Bay beach. This is an ideal photo location as it is one of the most photographed attraction in Cape Town. Look out for the mountains surrounding Table mountain like the Lion's Head and the Devil's Peak.
  • Drive by this popular hill which is one of the most hiked mountain in the world. There are several hiking trails which takes you to the top.Along the way are critters of all nature including the Dassy. On top of this hill paragliders take off as they fly towards the beach in Camps Bay. It is also one of the best locations where from you can take an amazing aerial view of the beaches and the city of Cape Town. (pass by)
  • Signal Hill
    The most popular sundown location in the city. Explore the top part of this hill where a canon is fired everyday at 12 noon as a custom to the city and also as a tourist attraction. Take in the amazing views of the city of Cape Town and Robben Island. Views of the World Cup Cape Town stadium and the V & A Waterfront shopping mall are totally unbelievable. An aerial view of the one of the longest beaches in the city are simply jaw dropping. This is also a very popular paragliding platform where hundreds of paragliders take off especially in summer. Come sundown more than 2 000 visitors converge on this magnificent hill to watch the sun go down as the sip a glass of wine.
  • Bo-Kaap
    Explore this national heritage and a gem in in the city of Cape Town. Take a walk on the cobbled streets and see why this is a favorite movie location. Take group photos or selfies besides these colorful houses which draws thousands of travelers every year. This is also a favorite place for international student either on 6 months exchange programme of just here to learn English. This is a vibrant place with many art and craft shops lining the streets. You can even visit some of the art well stocked art galleries in this place. A visit to the Bo-Kaap Museum completes your memorable tour of this place. Also look out for the Mosques which makes this place holy for the Muslim communities. Interact with the locals and learn a little bit of the local language.
  • Company's Gardens
    Visit this beautiful garden at the heart of the city of Cape Town. A favorite for all tourists. Among the many things to see is the South African Museum (with a planetarium) and the Cape Town Holocaust Centre. A dozen little historical treasures like the Rutherford Fountain, the well pump embedded in an oak tree which dates back to 1842. Look out for the amazing critters which draws travelers especially those with kids. There are pigeons, Egyptian geese,herons and rodents. Take a walk to the bird aviary where you can view dozens if birds species. Look out for squirrels which are used to travelers and they get up close to you as they expect a snack of peanuts. The garden is home to the South African National Art Gallery which houses impressive permanent collection of African, South African, British and French art. You also see Dutch and Flemish art. The star attraction are the trees which are part of the flora and fauna. There is the ginko tree and an 80 year old bamboo plantation.
  • Iziko Slave Lodge
    Take a walk back in history as you visit this museum which details the slave trade at the Cape. Learn how slavery was introduced at the Cape, the origins of slavery at the Cape and its effects. Learn how slaves contributed to the socio- economic status at the Cape especially in the wine industry. Explore this museum and learn about the customs, tools and fire arms which were used during slavery and way back. There are video and audio clips which can take you way back to the time of slavery. The names which were given to the salves and how they were either sold or auctioned at the Slave Tree behind the Slave Lodge.
  • District Six Museum
    Visit this museum which details the forced removals of non-white during the time of apartheid in South Africa. Non -whites were forcibly removed from areas close to the city which were designated whites only between 1966 and 1968. Learn how it impacted on the affected communities and how the world reacted to this evil system. Explore this museum and get first hand information how this resulted in the creation of the so called townships. Learn the effect of this inhuman act which resulted in the townships being set up according to racial groups with blacks, colored and Muslims in separate communities. Come to terms with how all this has led to unendless court battles between the city fathers and the affected communities..
  • Come face to face with the oldest standing colonial building in South Africa. A 5 star shaped bastion built between 1667 and 1672 and currently considered one of the most well maintained structure of the Dutch East India Company globally. This was the centre of civilian rule by the respective Dutch and British Governments of the day. Visit the well furnished former house of the highest order of respect at the Cape. The place which were they sued to try cases and even hang those convicted of serious crimes. This place has everything from old furniture, cutlery and art and craft. It used to be a defensive fort meant to repel any enemy attack. They used to conduct religious sermons here and roll call for slaves. But part of it is currently used by the South African National Defence Force. They also fire a canon every day at 12 noon as a tourist attraction. (pass by)
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
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  • This experience requires good weather.
    If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers.
    If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met,
    you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund.
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    Private Cape Town Table Mountain Bo-Kaap + Cable Car Tickets H/D

    Location Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
    $167.21
    This is an experience gift voucher. The recipient will book the experience after they redeem the gift voucher.
    How it works?
    01 You choose from 10 000+ experience gifts
    02 We deliver the eVoucher or the Physical box to the recipient
    03 Recipient books the experience and creates unforgettable memories!

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