This tour consists of a visit to the must-see Table Mountain. Standing 1086 metres above sea level, the instantly recognisable Table Mountain can be seen from most parts of the City Bowl. It is a site that many put on top of their list when they draw up their Cape Town tour itineraries. The views from the top are remarkable and breath-taking, as is the trip up in the Cable Car. Should the Cable Car not be in operation an alternate visit to the spectacular Signal Hill will be included.
Once guests are back at sea-level, a stroll around the historical Company’s Gardens; home to the South African Museum and The National Art Gallery can be enjoyed by guests. This is a stop for a refreshment or self-walk around the Museum or Art Gallery.
From the gardens, the tour will move to the Slave Lodge, a national monument and museum which documents the history of slavery in South Africa. The Cape Colony was built by the slaves brought over by the Dutch East India Company. Also built by the Dutch East India Company is the Castle of Good Hope. Built-in 1671, the Castle of Good Hope is the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa. Tour guests can participate in a walking tour around the Castle.
The last stop will then be at Truth Coffee where you can enjoy some of the world’s best coffee!