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  1. !Kwa Tthu - The San Experience
  2. !Khwa ttu, the San Education and Culture Centre, 70 km north-west of Cape Town offers you the unique experience of being introduced to the world of the descendants of the first indigenous people of southern Africa.

  3. Blue Flag Beaches - Cape Town, Western Cape and Southern Cape
  4. The Blue Flag is a voluntary eco-label awarded to over 3450 beaches and marinas in 41 countries across Europe, South Africa, Morocco, Tunisia, New Zealand, Brazil, Canada and the Caribbean.

  5. Boulders Beach Penguins
  6. Just around the corner from the seaside village of Simons Town turn left off main road to Boulders Visitor Centre to visit the famous colony of African Penguins, so called for their hilarious braying call.

  7. Buffelsfontein Game & Nature Reserve
  8. Buffelsfontein Game & Nature Reserve is a private game reserve situated on the R27 in the heart of the West Coast, a Malaria free zone. Come and enjoy what we have to offer, from magnificent wildlife to superb South African scenery.

  9. Butterfly World
  10. Butterfly World, one of the more unique attractions of the Western Cape Winelands, consists of a tropical garden in a 1000 m2 green house. This luxuriant paradise makes the free flying exotic butterflies feel right at home.

  11. Cape Point
  12. From its rugged, rocky outcrops and sheer cliffs to the fynbos covered plains, Cape Point holds much more in store for visitors to these shores.

    A full day of discovery will reward you with spectacular views, fine food, remarkable encounters with nature, spell-binding history...and memories to treasure forever.

  13. Cape Point Ostrich Farm
  14. The Cape Point Ostrich Farm was established in 1996 and turned into an ostrich breeding farm by the vision of Angelika Coelle. The 65ha farm was undeveloped and only the ruins of the 19th century Cape Dutch style buildings were visible underneath the growth of many years.

  15. Chapman’s Peak Drive
  16. Chapman’s Peak Drive winds it way between Noordhoek and Hout Bay. Situated on the Atlantic Coast, at the south-western tip of South Africa, it is one of the most spectacular marine drives anywhere in the world.

  17. Drakenstein Lion Park
  18. Drakenstein Lion Park was established in 1998 to provide lions in distress with sanctuary, where they could live in safety, free from abuse and persecution, and be treated with the compassion and respect they deserved.

  19. Greenmarket Square
  20. Greenmarket Square, nestled in the heart of the Central Business District of Cape Town, has seen a vast mix of cultures pass over its ancient cobbles.

  21. Just Nuisance
  22. "Just Nuisance", as the dog was to become known by, was by all accounts born on Thursday, 1st April 1937 in Rondebosch, a suburb in the south peninsula of Cape Town.

  23. Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens
  24. Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is acclaimed as one of the great botanic gardens of the world. Few gardens can match the sheer grandeur of the setting of Kirstenbosch, against the eastern slopes of Cape Town’s Table Mountain.

  25. Koeberg Nuclear Power Station
  26. Koeberg Power Station is the only nuclear power station on the African continent. It is situated at Duynefontein, 30km northwest of Cape Town in South Africa on the Atlantic coast. Koeberg ensures a reliable supply of electricity to the Western Cape one of the fastest growing regions in South Africa. It has operated safely for more than 21 years and efficiently for a decade and has a further active life of 30 - 40 years.

  27. Mostert's Mill
  28. The windmill, known as Mostert's Mill on de Waal Drive (M3) at Mowbray Cape Town is the only working windmill in Africa, south of the Sahara.

  29. Ratanga Junction
  30. The premier landmark amusement park and function facility in Southern Africa whereby dynamic fun, guest value and the 3 Basics of Service (Warm Welcome, Magic Moments and a Fond Farewell) are offered to guests of all ages in a friendly, safe, professional and service-orientated team environment. RJ will continue to focus on its demographic and social responsibilities whilst adhering to its environmental goals and obligations.

  31. Rhodes Memorial
  32. The magnificent floodlit memorial to Cecil John Rhodes, stands on the slopes of Devil’s Peak, on the Northern flank of Table Mountain. It was built in 1912 on the very place where Rhodes used to sit and contemplate his future. It was a short ride on horseback from his town home – Groote Schuur – (from which the famous hospital takes it’s name) - which is now separated by the M3 Rhodes Drive motorway.

  33. Robben Island Museum
  34. 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.

  35. Sea Point Pavilion
  36. Regarded by many as the most breathtaking public swimming pool in the world, the Sea Point Pool complex consists of an Olympic size pool, plus 2 splash pools for kids, and a fully equipped springboard diving pool. Built on the beachfront, these filtered seawater pools are part of the scenic Sea Point Pavilion. Although the pools are not heated, the facility is open throughout the year, and a handful of Capetonians persist with their training at the Pavilion through Winter, when water temperatures drop to about 12 degrees Celsius.

  37. South African Air Force Museum
  38. The South African Air Force Museum at Ysterplaat airbase is a must for any flying enthusiast. Exhibits include a history of aviation in South Africa, examples of military aircraft and uniforms. Entrance is free.

    Open from Monday to Friday 08H00 to 15H30, Saturday 08H00 -12H30, closed on Sundays and public holidays.

    Visit our website for further information.

  39. South African Astronomical Observatory (SAAO) Cape Town
  40. SAAO's Cape Town headquarters, on the site of the former Royal Observatory (1828-1971) includes offices, the main library, computing facilities, engineering workshops and historic telescopes.

    Members of the public are welcome to visit the SAAO in Cape Town on the second and fourth Saturday of every month at 20H00. The gates will be open and visitors should park near the Main Building; then make their way to the Auditorium for a 45-minute presentation. The topic of the talk is advertised on the SAAO homepage.

  41. South African National Gallery
  42. South Africa's premier art museum houses outstanding collections of South African, African, British, French, Dutch and Flemish art. Selections from the Permanent Collection change regularly to enable the museum to have a full programme of temporary exhibitions of paintings, works on paper, photography, sculpture, beadwork, textiles and architecture. They provide insight into the extraordinary range of aesthetic production in this country, the African continent and further afield. This program is complemented by a range of temporary visiting exhibitions.

  43. Spier
  44. Spier is one of the Stellenbosch winelands' most celebrated destinations. Our wine farm has sweeping views of the Helderberg mountain range, and lies besides the calming waters of the Eerste River.

  45. St. George’s Cathedral
  46. " ... this cathedral became widely known as a site and focus of resistance against apartheid. And so St George's won the splendid accolade contained in the title The People's Cathedral."

  47. Table Mountain and the Cableway
  48. “During the many years of incarceration on Robben Island, we often looked across Table Mountain at its magnificent silhouette… To us on Robben Island, Table Mountain was a beacon of hope. It represented the mainland to which we knew we would one day return.”
    – Nelson Mandela

  49. The Blue Train Mouille Point
  50. Sea Point Rotary Club has big plans to ensure that the Blue Train does not run out of steam and that the surrounding facilities are upgraded, for the benefit of the community.

  51. The Castle of the Cape of Good Hope
  52. Built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company (VOC) as a maritime
    replenishment station, the Castle of Good Hope is the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa.

  53. The Noon Gun
  54. Signal Hill's main attraction is the battery with the Noon Gun positioned just below the mountain top. Here a cannon-shot is fired every day at 12 o'clock noon on the dot, to uphold an old Capetonian tradition. Then all people in the city look at their watches and smile.

  55. The Planetarium
  56. The Planetarium, which is housed in the South African Museum building in Cape Town, is a celestial theatre in the round, utilizing the complex Minolta star machine and multiple projectors to transport the audience through the wonders of the universe. The ultimate in armchair travel.

  57. The Scratch Patch
  58. Southern Africa is often considered the “gemstone capital of the world” as almost half of the world’s gemstones are found in this part of the world. For this reason, experiencing the amazing beauty and variety of gemstones is an absolute “must” for visitors to Cape Town.

    One of the most popular and convenient places to see and buy gemstones in Cape Town – and see an amazing variety of gemstone products – is at The Scratch Patch and Mineral World outlets at Simon’s Town and the V&A Waterfront.

  59. The Two Oceans Aquarium
  60. The southern tip of the African continent is the meeting place of two mighty and bountiful oceans, the Indian and the Atlantic. The Two Oceans Aquarium on the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town is ideally positioned to showcase the incredible diversity of marine life found in these two oceans. The Aquarium is one of the top tourist attractions in Cape Town and over 3000 living sea animals, including sharks, fishes, turtles and penguins can be seen in this spectacular underwater nature reserve.

  61. The West Coast Ostrich Ranch
  62. For many years the West Coast Ostrich Show Ranch has been offering a unique experience to visitors of the Western Cape. Situated only twenty minutes from Cape Town's Waterfront, the Kanigowski family have built up a very popular tourist destination encompassing informative tours with a high quality, great value leather and curio shops and an ostrich meat orientated restaurant.

  63. Victoria and Alfred V&A Waterfront
  64. Situated at the foot of Table Mountain, within a stone’s throw from the Cape Town Stadium and in the heart of Cape Town’s working harbour, the V&A Waterfront offers the visitor an abundance of unforgettable experiences. Indoor shopping and entertainment venues seamlessly merge with ocean vistas and mountain views and the fresh sea breeze and warm African sun add zest to a cosmopolitan, vibrant atmosphere. More than 80 restaurants bring a fusion of international food, from rustic al fresco fish and chips to starched table-cloth cuisine. Come and spend the day with us – there is just so much to do, so much to discover.

  65. West Coast Fossil Park
  66. Visit the West Coast Fossil Park close to Langebaan, Western Cape, South Africa. See the fossils of bears, sabre-tooth cats, short-necked giraffes and the many other exotic animals which inhabited the west coast area some 5 million years ago.

  67. Whale Watching in Hermanus
  68. Hermanus is fast becoming one of the most loved holiday destinations amongst South Africans as well as international visitors. Wedged between mountain and sea offering spectacular views over Walker Bay, Hermanus promises remarkable natural beauty in the heart of the beautiful Cape Whale Coast in the Western Cape.

  69. White Shark Cage Diving
  70. Here, in the heart of the world's Great White Shark Mecca we offer a unique diving opportunity for you to witness the wonder of the Great White Shark. These gliding torpedoes of power serve as the focus of White Shark Projects, a renowned global research organisation founded in 1989 and totally dedicated to their conservation.

  71. World of Birds
  72. World of Birds is the largest bird park in Africa and one of the few large bird parks in the World. Over 3 000 birds (and small animals) of 400 different species are uniquely presented in more than 100 spacious landscaped walk through aviaries, allowing you the most intimate closeness with nature.

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