Cape Town’s Calling Safari
- Robben Island 3.5Hrs 9-12:30
Declared a world heritage site in 1999, Robben Island was home to many iconic political leaders, including Nelson Mandela, when used as a prison during the apartheid era. Robben Island is now a symbol of strength of the human spirit and beacon of hope for democracy.
Beneath the slopes of Signal Hill, previously known as the Malay Quarter, The Bo-Kaap offers a unique and heritage rich culture worth experiencing.
- District Six Museum
The District Six museum was established in 1994, as a spearhead for the ordeal suffered by multicultural South African’s when the Sixth Municipal District of Cape Town began the process of the removals and marginalisation at the beginning of the twentieth century.
- Company Gardens Picnic
The Company’s Garden is a park and heritage site located in central Cape Town. The garden was originally created in the 1650s by the region’s first European settlers and provided fertile ground to grow fresh produce to replenish ships rounding the Cape.
- Table Mountain
The Cableway, operating for over 80 years, offers a 360-degree view over the city.
- Signal Hill sightseeing Wine
Along with Lion’s Head, Signal Hill resembles a lion sphinx, contributing to Cape Town’s well-known landmarks. Signal Hill was previously used to notify the public when ships were in trouble by firing guns.
Group Tours every Thursday
Collection: Stellenbosch Area
Group Tours: R1340.00 p/p
Private Tours: R1550.00 p/p sharing (Upon request)
Prices include all entrances and ExcursionsT’s & C’s Apply