Experience Cape Town

This tour departs around 8.30 am and lasts for about 7 hours.

This Cape City tour is crafted to give you a real Cape Town experience during which you will learn about the distinct cultures and histories of the various ethnic groups that are part of this unique and beautiful city. F

What’s Included

  • Guided City Walking Tour
  • Guided Table Mountain Tour and return cable car rides

What's Excluded

  • Lunch
  • Gratuities

What to Bring

  • Sunscreen
  • Sun hat
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Re-usable water bottle ( not required, but encouraged )
  • Camera for those memorable moments
  • Some cash  -Most places accept card payments (except street vendors )

Useful Info

  • Length: Full Day ( 8 Hours)
  • Departure Time: 8.30 am - 9 am
  • Drop off around 4 pm

Be sure to have a good breakfast before pick up

Schedule for Cape Town Peninsula Tour

DAY 1: Cape Town Peninsula Tour
Early Morning Start City Walking Tour
Morning Visit the Bo-Kaap,  Company Gardens, See City Hall, Flower Marker, Green Market Square
Midday Lunch stop (own account)
Early Afternoon Table Mountain Tour (Return cable car ride)
Late Afternoon Drop off at accommodation

Itinerary for Cape Town City Tour and Table Mountain Tour

Every year thousands of visitors flock to Cape Town to experience the eclectic mix of cultures, it's historical history, vibrant locals and breathtaking scenery.

We start the city walking tour around 8.30  am.


Bo-Kaap houses

Our first stop will take us to the Muslim area of Bo - Kaap, known for its cobbled streets, colourful houses and friendly locals. Situated at the foot of Signal Hill, on the fringe of the city centre, and formerly known as the Malay Quarter, the Bo-Kaap’s origins date back to the 1760's when numerous “huurhuisjes” (rental houses) were built and leased to slaves. These people were known as Cape Malays, and were brought from MalaysiaIndonesia and the rest of Africa to work in the Cape

Company Gardens

Cape Town Company Gardens

The Company’s Garden is known as  Cape Town’s green lung. This little oasis right in the centre of the city is a favourite with both locals and tourists.  Stroll along the tree-lined walkways and enjoy the natural beauty of this green sanctuary.

The Company Gardens is well-known for its fauna including squirrels, pigeons, Egyptian geese, herons and aviary where you can several bird species. The site has historical importance, and is a bustling urban space rich in beauty and history.

You can also view an impressive collection of art at the National Gallery.

City Hall

We walk past the City Hall where Nelson Mandela addresses a massive crowd after his release from prison.


Next we visit two popular markets, namely the Trafalgar flower market and Green Market Square. The flower market is one of the oldest markets in Cape Town and showcases a variety of our local flora. Green market square is the oldest flea market in South Africa.  Hawkers and traders show case a variety of arts and crafts including curios, artwork, jewellery, ornaments,  leather goods, clothing, nick-nacks  and more.


We enjoy lunch at one of the restaurants in the eclectic part of Cape Town.

Table Mountain

Table Mountain Cable Car

After lunch we drive to the cable car station at the foot of Table Mountain.  The journey up the mountain takes about five minutes and the cars rotate through 360 degrees during the trip, providing you spectacular views of the scenery below. At the top is a three-kilometre level plateau rich in biodiversity.  There are several walkways and viewpoints offering spectacular panoramic views of the city, peninsula and ocean below.

After exploring the mountain top we descend with the cable car. Your guide will drop you off at your accommodation or an agreed drop off place.

End of tour

This is the end of your day tour but there are many other activities you can enjoy in the late afternoon and evening. These include boat trips, visiting the Waterfront and dining at great restaurants.


Valid Between Pax Price Per Person Single Supplement Children Under 12, per child
28 Apr 2021 - 31 Dec 2022 2 -4 $ 114 - $ 64
28 Apr 2021 - 31 Dec 2022 5+ $ 103 - $ 64
28 Apr 2021 - 31 Dec 2022 1 $ 195 - -