Cape Town Cruises
Cape Town brings together cultures, cuisines, and magnificent views: a stunning city crowned by the magnificent Table Mountain National Park. A city that is defined by the flat-topped mountain it sits beneath, Cape Town is known for its lively Victoria & Alfred Waterfront and harbour, serene vineyards and impressive landscapes. This picturesque ‘city bowl’ on the shores of Table Bay, is best seen from the top of Table Mountain – accessible via cable car.
Cape Town is a rich melting pot of people, and a proudly multicultural centre. Given it was World Design Capital in 2014, creative art and design is never too far way. Exploring the city is a pleasure, and the attractions include the historic Company’s Gardens, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens and Green Point Park.
Away from the urban centre, Winelands destinations, such as Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, offer a distraction of a different kind, while at Cape Point National Park on the peninsula, there are breath-taking coastlines and whale watching. Visitors can also learn of Nelson Mandela’s inspirational life and legacy at Robben Island, or perhaps spend a memorable evening watching the sunset at Signal Hill, while enjoying fresh oysters and champagne.
Table Mountain National Park
A trip to the world famous Table Mountain is a must for any visitor to Cape Town. From the top, it is possible to savour the sweeping and expansive panoramas over the city.
If the walls of Robben Island could talk, there would be many a tale to tell. This emotion packed island has a long history as a prison and place of exclusion and known famously for the location of Nelson Mandela’s imprisonment for many years.