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Abseiling (Adventures)
Abseiling is a way that rock climbers use to get down cliffs, but has in itself become a sport. The adrenaline rush of trusting only the rope with your life is what abseiling is all about.

Abseiling in Cape Town
Abseiling in Cape Town offers you 18 developed sites on the Peninsula Chain - big naturally protected multi-pitch routes to short, bolted sport crags.

Blue Flag Beaches
South Africa boasts a number of beaches that have been awarded the international Blue Flag status.

Cape Town
Cape Town is a city of many attractions, a mix of cultures, landscapes, architecture, lifestyles, customs and scenery offering you mountains, beaches, sea, rivers, wind and a wonderful climate

Cape Town - Nature Reserves & Parks
The narrow finger of land of the Cape Peninsula with its many beautiful valleys, mountain peaks, bays and beaches offers the visitor a number of parks and nature reserves with many destinations.

Cape Town - Things To See & Do
A list of the most popular activities and adventures in and around Cape Town

Cape Town Beaches
There’s a beach to suit every mood in Cape Town. From beaches on the Atlantic Seaboard to those in Bloubergstrand, visitors are offered long sandy stretches of beach with excellent facilities.

Cape Town Museums
Visit the South African Museum - the oldest museum in sub-Saharan Africa - as well as various other museums in and around Cape Town.

Castle Of Good Hope
Built by the Dutch in 1666 after arrival, the Castle was erected as a 5 pointed star on the foreshore of Cape Town. It is today surrounded by a variety of other monuments and places of historical interest.

Chavonnes Battery Museum
Step below sea-level onto the original shore and begin the journey through the History of Cape Town. Experience what life in Cape Town was like 340 years ago when the Dutch Fort was built in 1714. Interesting and entertaining. Guided Tours on request

City Sightseeing Cape Town
Go with the Fun Bus (Cape Town Explorer)! Experience Cape Town by Topless Bus. Operates daily. Hop on, Hop off service.

District Six Museum
The District Six Museum is a fascinating, constantly changing living memorial to the community of this once-vibrant coloured suburb which was forcibly removed during the apartheid era.

GOLD Restaurant Cape Town
Welcome to GOLD Restaurant where dining is a celebration of food, flavours, family and friends, accompanied by live entertainment. Come and celebrate with us.

Golf Courses - Cape Town
Cape Town and the Winelands boast a number of world class golf courses and large number of new golf courses are being developed.

Groote Schuur
The House that Cecil John Rhodes bequeathed it to the nation - along with vast tracts of mountainside that stretched all the way to Constantia Nek, Kirstenbosch included. Visits by appointment.

Historical Sites of the Western Cape
It is a region of majestic mountains, colourful patchworks of farmland set in lovely valleys, long beaches and, further inland, the wide-open landscape of the semi-desert Karoo

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden
One of the world's leading botanical gardens. Part of Jan van Riebeeck's original almond hedge is viewable. Bird shaped spring lined with Batavian bricks known as Lady Anne Barnard's bath is another poular attraction.

Monuments of South Africa
Found throughout South Africa - from the 1820 Settlers Monument in Grahamstown to the Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town - monuments reflect South Africa`s rich and diverse history.

Robben Island
Nelson Mandela spent 27 years of his life in exile on Robben Island. Today it's a famous tourist attraction. We explore Robben Island and the history behind this mystical place.

Surfing Spots of the Cape Peninsula
An introduction to a collection of surf spots in and around the Cape Peninsula.