The cableway was first opened in 1929 giving magnificent views overlooking the city of Cape Town, Table Bay, Robben Island and the west and south of the Atlantic seaboard. The cable cars give a 360° degree view during ascent and descent, giving a panoramic view over the city.
2. Shark cage diving
“So this is what it feels like to be prey” I thought to myself as a 3-metre Great White with a melted, half-broken dorsal fin the crew had appropriately nicknamed Nemo, slid past us with a look that said “I could own you”.
3. Sample some of the luxurious restaurants around Cape Town
Dining in Cape Town is a very exquisite experience with some of the freshest ingredients, gorgeous interiors, beautiful views and world class wine. Enjoy the sensational food from restaurants such as The Roundhouse & Rumbullion, The Opal Lounge, Aubergine, Delaire Graff Restaurant, Beluga, Blues Restaurant & Bar, La Colombe, Den Anker, the Atlantic Grill and more!
4. Enjoy the rich history of SA within the Capital city
“Perhaps it was history that ordained that it be here, at the Cape of Good Hope, that we should lay the foundation stone of our new nation. For it was here at this Cape, over three centuries ago, that there began the fateful convergence of the peoples of Africa, Europe and Asia on these shores.” – Nelson Mandela
5. Walk a museum mile in Cape Town
The vast majority of museums are located and concentrated around Government Avenue, in the city centre with a few extending up past Greenmarket Square. Museums such as Bertram House, SA Jewish Museum, SA Museum, the Planetarium, Social History Centre, Slave Lodge, Michaelis Collection at he Old Town House, Koopmans - De Wet House and Gold of Africa Museum.
6. Experience the energetic and sleepless Long Street
Experience the city's buzzing nightlife and traverse the multiple clubs scattered up and down the famous street. Enjoy the likes of The Waiting Room, The Dubliner, Zula Soundbar and Cafe, Neighborhood, 169 on Long, Purple Turtle and other retro, night life venues
7. Visit some of the secluded beaches of the Cape
Venture out to amazing beaches such as Clifton, Camps Bay, Boulders Beach and Llandudno. A city where two oceans meet where the Atlantic touches the Indian Ocean
8. Visit the penguin colony
The boulder's penguin colony is an endangered land-based colony of African Penguins with this being one of only a few in the world.
9. Follow the Cape Wine Route
Durbanville Valley has Wine Estates offering wonderful dining in addition to breath-taking views back across the ocean towards Table Mountain.
10. Enjoy some live music from venues such as the piano bar, Mercury and Aces 'n Spades