This full-day Cape Town Small-Group City Tour gives you an opportunity to discover the city sightseeing in the Mother City of South Africa on Private. Explore the most beautiful spectacularly views of Atlantic Seaboard.
Cape Town as one of the world-famous City on the planet, with our Cape Town Small-Group City Tour you will discover some of the city sightseeing in the Mother City. Cape Town is Southern Africa’s most beautiful, romantic and most visited city and this Cape Town Small-Group City Tour is the most popular tour of all. Indeed, few urban centers anywhere can match its setting along the mountainous Cape Peninsula spine, which slides into the Atlantic Ocean. By far the most striking and famous of its sights is Table Mountain, frequently shrouded by clouds, and rearing up from the middle of the city.
All children must be accompanied by an Adult
Price is charged per person
This Tour Package can also accommodate 22Pax with 10% discount.
Full day best sightseeing small-group city tour with private guide/driver, enjoy the mountain views and discover some of the best city sightseeing and most beautiful spectacularly views of Atlantic seaboard in the mother city of South Africa. Discover the first botanical garden in the world to be devoted to a country’s indigenous flora and its extraordinarily rich and diverse flora of Southern Africa. Vehicle recommended are; luxury sedan, luxury SUV, luxury Hyundai h1 9 seats including guide/driver./tnkprivatetours. Minimum 2pax and maximum 13 – 22 Pax.
More than a scenic backdrop, Table Mountain is the solid core of Cape Town, dividing the city into distinct zones with public gardens, wilderness, forests, hiking routes, vineyards and desirable residential areas trailing down its lower slopes. Standing on the tabletop, you can look north for a giddy view of the city centre, its docks lined with matchbox ships. To the west, beyond the mountainous Twelve Apostles and the old Jan van der Riebeeck family House today Twelve Apostles Hotel& Spa, the drop is sheer and your eye sweeps across Africa’s priciest real estate, clinging to the slopes along the chilly but spectacularly beautiful Atlantic seaboard. Situated below Table Mountain, Cape Town offers a rich cultural and industrial heritage, with a hive of activity and excitement. Join us for full day Cape Town private city tour of this beautiful city and experience the different seasons of the Mother City from both sides of the mountain.
Departure 08:00am after breakfast, you will be picked up from Lagoon Beach Hotel in Cape Town by your Guide/Driver and travel straight to the Table Mountain to experience the Cable Car, the top of Table Mountain offers spectacular views in all directions and gives a bird’s eye view of the City. The upper cable car station is situated at 1067 meters and the cable car floor rotates 360 degrees enabling visitors to take in the breathtaking views there are numerous pathways on top, viewing decks, souvenir shops, a service restaurant and coffee shop. Thereafter we proceed to Signal Hill and enjoy its amazing view of the City as well as Cape Town Stadium, Robben Island and the entire Waterfront.
SIGNAL HILL pass by the Lion’s Head. Signal Hill has a rich and colourful history, because of its use as a signaling point, Spanish settlers called the Hill “Loma Sental” which translates as “Signal Hill” the first owner of record was Manuel Nieto, who received the land in 1784 as a grant from King Carlos III of Spain. Thereafter we will proceed to Maiden Cove.
MAIDEN’S COVE, it’s well renowned for its exquisite vistas of Table Mountain and the Twelve Apostles, as well as its view of the Atlantic Ocean. It’s also a popular Spot to watch the Sunset, Braai areas, Dolphins can often be spotted frohicking in the water and Whales can be seeing during the months of Jun to August, it’s a beautiful scenic lookout point nestled between Clifton’s beaches and Glen beach, (Clifton And Camps Bay) the Mother City has some of the beautiful beaches in the world. From there we will drive pass by CAMPS BAY (BAKOVEN) takes is name from Von kamptz who arrived in the Cape in 1778 and married the window Anna Wernich (known as Anna Koekemoer) of the original farm here John Wernich. Thereafter we will proceed to Cape Malay Quarter kwon as Bo-Kaap.
We will stop for a little walk to take pictures on these famous beautiful colorful houses showing an expression of slaves’ freedom in 1834. Bo-Kaap has a rich cultural, religious and architectural heritage and is a mixed and cosmopolitan neighborhood with strong links to Muslim traditions and cultural. Explore the first house in Bo-Kaap declared national monument in 1965 and restored in 1970 and transformed to a Museum (a satellite of South African History Museum) today we know the 71-whale street house was the Effendi’s house who lived there until his death in 1914.
The Cape Malay was originally shipped into the colony as skilled artisan slaves during 16th – 17th century. The Bo-Kaap is also home to the oldest mosque in South Africa, the Auwal Mosque, established in 1794 by Abdullah Kadi Abdus Salaam. Lunch at Eastern Food Bazaar Restaurant. Thereafter we will proceed straight to Castle of Good Hope pass by the historical buildings such as City Hall the building where our first black President Nelson Mandela made his first speech to the Nation.
Is one of the oldest buildings in South Africa, was built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company (VOC) as a maritime replenishment station. It is a fort rather than a Castle.
The Castle Military Museum depicts Cape Military History with one of the most impressive sword collections in the country. The William Fehr collection of historical paintings and period furniture have a special relevance to the Cape. Key Ceremony is performed during weekday, followed by firing of the Signal Cannon.
THE NAME KIRSTENBOSCH first appeared in 1795, when it was listed on an inventory of property drawn up and handed over to the British occupying forces, but the origin of the name is uncertain. It suggests a link to the Kirsten family, the Botanic Garden was established in 1913 to promote, conserve and display the extraordinarily rich and diverse flora of Southern Africa, and was the first botanic garden in the world to be devoted to a country’s indigenous flora. Thereafter we will proceed straight back to your Hotel pass by the old university in the country dating back 1829, UINIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN originally known as South African College School, it was in Cape Town City, the main Campus moved to the present location in 1925 and its part of the land Cecil John Rhodes gives back to the Nation (Western Cape government), one of the former student to this University is BILL CLINTON the former president USA. The university now is about 15000 students. We continue pass GROOTE SCHUUR HOSPITAL, it where the first human heart transplant was performed by the Professor Doctor Christian Bernard in 1967, the patient who received a 25 years old heart lives only for 18 days after the operation, he died for a lung infection, but the operation was still seen as a success. Thereafter we will proceed straight to V&A Waterfront Established in November 1988 by state-owners transport corporation Transnet Limited. You will be dropped off to explore the Two Oceans Aquarium and later explore the V&A Harbour on Red Cruise as it is one of the tourist attraction spots in Cape Town. Later back to your Hotel on your own or dropped off.