You Can Never Be Let Down on a Captivating Private Tour of Cape Town

You Can Never Be Let Down on a Captivating Private Tour of Cape Town which is set beguilingly between stunning mountains and the sea. 

Cape Town shows off its natural beauty with, rising over the city, is the well known Table Mountain that provides the ideal place for panoramic vistas that stretch to the Atlantic. 

There are botanical gardens that beckon from the slopes and the city's long sandy beaches with stunning backdrops that will impress any visitor to Cape Town.

There is a sense of spine-chilling adventure that you can take part in with a vast range of great outdoor activities; paragliding, biking, hiking, surfing, boat tours to watch whales or see great white sharks up close in cage dives!.

Cape Town is the oldest European settlement in South Africa and has had, it is fair to say, a turbulent past. When you visit Robben Island, the notorious prison where the formidable and courageous Nelson Mandela served 18 years.

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On Sightseeing Tours Ride the Aerial Cableway to Table Mountain or Visit the Notorious Robben Island

You Can Never Be Let Down on a Captivating Private Tour of Cape Town

There are many other reasons to visit Cape Town such as the excellent shopping area, Victorian and Alfred Waterfront that has fantastic shops and facilities which add to the brilliant atmosphere that is found here all day and night long.

Take the time to go on guided tours of the many museums where you get to learn so much about the fascinating and checkered past of South Africa.

There is a fantastic lively social life at night with great restaurants serving mouthwatering local and European cuisine, bars, music venues and nightclubs. You will not be disappointed when taking a private tour to Cape Town.

Top 10 Things to Do in Cape Town

Table Mountain
1 Table Mountain is probably the world's most recognisable natural icons, featuring its distinctive flat top which gives it its name. You can either take a 5-minute cable car ride or a day’s hike almost to the top. Riding up, you appreciate the spectacular views as the cable car has rotating floors and big windows. Enjoy the magnificent panoramic vista of fabulous flora and fauna from the self-service restaurant on your guided tour.
Robben Island
2 Nelson Mandela Spent 18 Years in Jail at the Brutal Robben Island Prison. This guided tour is an emotional pilgrimage to the former penal colony where lots of PAC as well as ANC members, including the Nelson Mandela, were imprisoned. It holds emblematic status. Your guides may be former inmates, telling you about prison life. It gives an intriguing interactive exhibit of the Nelson Mandela Gateway, where the tour ferry leaves.
Boulders Beach
3 On a sightseeing tour, make sure you get to visit Boulders Beach. It is a sheltered beach that is made up of inlets between granite boulders, hence the name! This beach is located in the Cape Peninsula near Simon’s Town towards Cape Point. It has gorgeous white sandy coves and clear, calm seas as the boulders protect from the wind and large waves. It is also famous for its colony of African penguins.
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens
4 Take a guided tour of ‘The most beautiful gardening Africa’ Kirstenbosch. This National Botanical Garden is regarded as one of the great botanic gardens in the world. There are few gardens that can match the grandeur of the setting against the eastern slopes of Table Mountain. Established in 1913 It was the first botanic garden in the world that was devoted to a country's indigenous flora for conservation and display.  
District Six Museum
5 Take a guided tour of District Six Museum which was established in 1994 to tell the history of District Six. It was a district originally established as a mixed community of freed slaves, merchants, artisans, labourers and immigrants but by the start of the 20th century the process of removals and marginalisation began and the first to be forced out were black South Africans. It is a fascinating and emotional museum.
Two Oceans Aquarium
6 Found on the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, take a guided tour of the Two Ocean Aquarium. It is called the two ocean aquarium because of the Indian and Atlantic Ocean coming together to Cape Town. The exhibits here with an aim to encourage love, respect and understanding of the oceans. Hopefully, it can motivate people to take action for the future well-being of marine life and other natural resources sustainability.    
Lion's Head
7 Take a sightseeing tour to Lion’s Head which is situated between Table Mountain and Signal Hill. It is a great walk to the top of Lion’s Head that is very popular with both tourists and locals. It takes around 90 minutes at a leisurely pace, but there are a few chains and ladders that you might need to negotiate along the way on the steeper sections. The views are breathtaking when you reach the top and well worth the trek.
Slave Lodge
8 Take a guided tour to Slave Lodge which is one of the oldest buildings found in South Africa. It is a fascinating place full of history. It was home to almost 1000 slaves, used as a brothel, jail, mental asylum, post office, library and the Cape Supreme Court. Nowadays it is a museum that is dedicated to the history and experience of slaves. You can see the tombstones of the founder of Cape Town and his wife in the courtyard.
Seal Island
9 A great private tour to take is the one to see Seal Island. It is a small land mass off the northern beaches of False Bay near Cape Town and named Seal Island because of the vast number of Cape fur seals that occupy it. It is fascinating to watch from the boat, the seals as they lounge blissfully scratching themselves or arching their backs as if they are doing yoga. While you are on the boat, watch out for sharks swimming around too!
Cape Town’s Iziko Museums
10 Take a guided tour to Cape Towns Iziko Museums which are a collection of African Museums that aim to and inspire South Africa’s people and visitors to celebrate the diverse heritage, culture and history and uniqueness of the country. It does not matter which museum or all museums you visit, they all offer a way to immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of South Africa. An absorbing tour to take.

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