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The V&A Waterfront
Set in the midst of a bustling working harbour, with Table Mountain as a backdrop, and views over the city of Cape Town and the Atlantic Ocean, it has a setting that is quite simply spectacular.
There are few places as quintessentially Cape Town as the V&A Waterfront. The old world charm of the historical harbour meets the most modern shopping experience and the gaps in between are filled with fine dining restaurants, down-to- earth food markets, museums, and more leisure activities than you can count on both hands.
Then travel through the cosmopolitan suburbs of beautiful Sea point and Camps Bay.
An optional 30min stop in beautiful Camps bay beach.
Then continue to the iconic fishing village of Hout Bay. Sit right on the harbour and enjoy fresh fish and chips in a relaxed and unpretentious setting. You can take your own wine and relax with the family while watching the local fishermen haul in their latest catch.
Chappies’ is a local term for Chapman’s Peak Drive, one of Cape Town‘s most famous landmarks. Nine kilometres and 114 curves of breathtaking scenery brings you from Noordhoek to Hout Bay, or the other way around. It is one of the most spectacular marine drives in the world.
Cape Point is home to many species of animals and plants. The endemic fynbos vegetation is an attraction in its own right. There are many amazing creatures, dassies (rock hyrax), small furry critters whose closest living relative is the elephant. The heavily armoured black girdled lizards can be found sunning themselves on the rocks. Local baboons congregate around the summit. They’re the only baboons in the world who feast on fresh oysters plucked from the rocks.
Lunch at the Two Oceans Restaurant is optional.
Boulder’s Beach is home to a colony of endangered African penguins, so this is your once-in-a-lifetime chance to come within meters of them in a natural environment. The beach is surrounded by impressive granite boulders and forms part of Table Mountain Nature Reserve.
One of South Africa’s oldest towns and Naval base, Simon’s Town is a picturesque and historical town where many happy memories are waiting to be made just 35km outside Cape Town. From the Toy and Navy museums to the eateries and shops, you’ll love it – that’s a promise!
Kalk Bay is a fishing village on the coast of False Bay, A true gem on the coastline, Kalk Bay is known for its raw beauty, interesting shops, vast selection of restaurants and stunning views.
Seals can be seen sun bathing at the harbour.
Situated on the slopes of Table Mountain, a mere 13km from the city centre, Kirstenbosch is regarded as one of the great botanical gardens of the world. It truly is a sprawling showcase of the Cape Floral kingdom.