One of the world’s most picturesque tourist destinations and most beautiful cities in the world. Cape Town is situated amidst majestic mountains and is surrounded by pristine white beaches. Often called the ‘cosmopolitan hub of Africa’, it is home to a rich cultural and historical heritage, vibrant restaurants and nightlife and a multitude of activities – from extreme sports to leisurely scenic cruises and world-class shopping
On arrival at Cape Town International Airport, guests will be met and transferred to the hotel, situated in the city centre vicinity. Guests will check in at the hotel, and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure.
Overnight | Sun Square Cape Town | Standard Room | Bed and Breakfast basis
Day 2 – 4
Guests will enjoy breakfast at the hotel, and enjoy ONE of the following tour during their stay in Cape Town:
Scheduled Half Day Cape Town City Tour
Guests will now depart on an informative Cape Town city tour. Highlights of this half day tour include: visit up Table Mountain on the cableway – cable car ticket is not included (where the varying flora and fauna will be explained (weather permitting); Malay Quarter tour, city centre and Company Gardens, time permitting the South African Museum; photographic opportunities of Table Mountain from Table Bay and Cape Town Diamond Works.
After breakfast at the hotel and check out formalities, guests will be collected at the hotel for their return transfer to Cape Town International Airport.
The discovery of Cape of Good Hope "The Most South-Western Point of The African Continent" - a geographic location with one of the most romantic names in the world - is due to Portuguese navigator Bartolomeu Dias. At the end of the 15th century Portugal was literally obsessed with discovering the seaway to India sending one expedition after another.
The Cableway has provided more than 20-million visitors with an unforgettable experience, taking them to the top of Table Mountain in Cape Town. Table Mountain is proud to be one of the official New7Wonders of Nature.
From the 17th to the 20th centuries, Robben Island served as a place of banishment, isolation and imprisonment. Today it is a World Heritage Site and museum, a poignant reminder to the newly democratic South Africa of the price paid for freedom. The Island is one of South Africa’s most important breeding localities for sea birds and is currently home to 8 500 breeding pairs of African Penguins – the world’s second largest colony of this vulnerable species.
The Two Oceans Aquarium is an aquarium located at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa. One of the city's attractions with underwater passages and the opportunity of shark cage diving or predator feeding. It comprises seven exhibition galleries with large viewing windows.
The area, known as the Malay Quarter of Cape Town, nestles against the steep slopes of Signal Hill. It formerly covered a much larger piece of land but this has been restricted over the years by incursions from commercial development and the threat of Apartheid legislation. It is one of the oldest parts of Cape Town, and is one of the few to have retained some of its historical character.
Boulders Beach is a sheltered beach made up of inlets between granite boulders, from which the name originated. It is also commonly known as Boulders Bay. It is a popular tourist stop because of a colony of African Penguins, the penguin colony has grown to about 3,000 birds in recent years.