Window to Cape Town
In this beautiful city even passing visitors can't help but
wonder at the various cultures presented in architectural, historical,
artistic grandeur and interactive cultural locals. The deep spiritual
experience for any tourist and eco-tourist of its striking Table
Mountain backdrop, its glorious beaches and enchanting vineyards, its
rugged landscapes, its strange and wonderful plants.
views from Signal Hill
Signal Hill is a landmark flat-topped hill located in Cape
Town, next to Lion's Head and Table Mountain. It is well worth visiting,
providing you with a bird's eye view of Cape Town and its people. "The
twelve noon gun" is fired every day at 12pm and you can hear it for
miles around. This naval base is a must to see.
Bo-Kaap and the Malay Quarters
The "Bo Kaap" or "Cape Malay Quarter" belongs to the
culturally and historically most interesting parts of Cape Town. See the
colourful houses and residents of this unique Cape Malay Quarter. Smell
the aroma of spice vendors and take a little Cape Malay home with you!
Or experience the various dishes available that will tantalise your
taste buds. Listen to daily prayers of the Mosque's in the area. Meet
the residents and gain new perspective from this colourful culture.
Tour of the
Company Gardens and surrounding historical buildings
Whilst in the Company's Garden, you can explore the South
African Museum with Planetarium, the National Gallery,
the Jewish Museum and the Parliament, where South Africa's
politicians meet. At the bottom end of the park stands the Anglican St.
Cathedral and next to it, the South African Library. In the
Company Gardens enjoy a meal or cup of tea at the tea room.
Visit the aviary and other remarkable sights: the AIDS
remembrance garden, the many walkways that take you in different
explore this great garden and its wonders – a true sight to
behold. As you wander down Government Lane, the centre walkway of the
Company Gardens, experience history unfold in front of you
from the early 1600's until modern times, as you walk into the past and
Visit St Georges Cathedral
This Cathedral has played host to past and post Apartheid
history. Bishop Desmond Tutu Nobel Laureate served here as bishop for
many years. As you walk through, history becomes alive and a deep
spiritual awe surrounds you as the saints look down at you from the
stained glass windows as the sun's rays shine through each one of them.
Here, you will find peace and serenity. Many interfaith meetings have
taken place here in the name of peace.
Panoramic Atlantic Seaboard
The Atlantic coast of the Cape Peninsula has some of the most
spectacular coastal scenery in the world. Breathe in the pure sea air,
feel the early morning sea breeze and smell the sweet smell of the sea.
Watch sunset or sunrise at the very tip of Southern Africa with a glass
of our finest wine – a treasure and experience for all eternity.
Camps Bay, Hout Bay, Constantia Valley
Camps Bay presents you with an array of excellent culinary
choices of restaurants that will satisfy any palate. Not to mention the
colourful evening neon lights that light up the main road in Camps Bay!
tasting at Groot Constantia
Groot Constantia Estate is where the roots of the South
African wine industry lie, it is the oldest wine producing farm in South
Africa. It was developed by Simon van der Stel in 1685. The best way to
experience the various accolade and prize-winning wines of South Africa
is by joining the wine tasting tours on offer. You will not only
experience a huge variety of wines but be able to take them home with
you. You will be educated in the art of wine tasting offered on each
tour and you will enjoy the many wines we have.