Top most complete Cape Town tourist activities

Onetour Cape Town is located in South Africa, and is home to diverse topography and cultures. This place has a lot for us to explore: beaches, mountains, food, culture, wine, .. We will make a list of tourist attractions in Cape Town for your trip. Your South Africa added to the whole.

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We had a great time traveling Cape Town, basking in the bright golden sunshine every day, enjoying the outdoors, enjoying delicious food. This city never lacks beauty for tourists. And today we are happy to share with you the most complete tourist activities in Cape Town , South Africa.

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1. Table Mountain

2. Enjoy a drink at the top of Lion’s Head

3. Visit Robben Island

4. Habor . Flying Market

5. Kirstenbosch . Garden

6. Surfing at Muizenberg Beach

7. See Penguins at Boulders . Beach

8. Dinner at Stellenbosch

1. Table Mountain

You can choose to take the cable car to the top of Table Mountain or climb to the top by yourself
You can choose to take the cable car to the top of Table Mountain or climb to the top by yourself

Located 3500 feet above sea level, Table Mountain offers the best views across the city. You’ll have to take the cable car to the top of the mountain, which costs ZAR 285 (about $21) a two-way ticket. However, if you still want to experience this tourist activity in Cape Town without spending too much, you can climb to the top of the mountain – completely free. There are two routes, and the shortest will take about 2 hours to reach the cable car stop. At the top there is a cafe and a restaurant with a reasonable price for you to enjoy the view and eat and rest: R16 ($1.17) for a coffee, R40 ($3) for a Pizza portion and R80 ($6) for a full and hot meal.

2. Enjoy a drink at the top of Lion’s Head

Lion's Head is a little lower than Table Mountain but equally beautiful
Lion’s Head is a little lower than Table Mountain but equally beautiful

If climbing to the top of Table Mountain seems overwhelming for you, then try your hand at the top of Lion’s Head – which only takes 45 minutes to conquer. It’s a popular tourist activity in Cape Town second only to Table Mountain. Remember to bring your camera, because this is a great place to take perfect pictures, you can comfortably see the city, the coast, and even Table Mountain.

It will be quite crowded at sunrise or sunset, because everyone wants to take advantage of the wonderful scenery. Remember to order yourself a drink called “sundowner” and enjoy the wonderful surroundings.

3. Visit Robben Island

Entrance gate of the former political prison on Robben Island
Entrance gate of the former political prison on Robben Island

Cape Town tourism has a place that anyone wants to visit, which is the old political prison on Robben Island. The main tour guide is a former prisoner, he will personally guide people around the prison. It was an inspiring experience to learn first-hand about South Africa’s first black president, and to also hear prison stories. It is hard to believe that victims of political oppression are still in prison around the world. Daily tours of the prison are available for R320 ($25) by ferry. Note that the ferry has a departure time and you should buy a ticket in advance or it will run out of seats.

4. Habor . Flying Market

On weekends, merchants from all over the world come here and sell all kinds of different things
On weekends, merchants from all over the world come here and sell all kinds of different things

On weekends in Hout Bay, artisans and merchants from all over the world flock to the Bay Harbor market to sell goods ranging from fish, souvenirs, jewelry and even drink mojitos. According to the Cape Town travel reviews that we have researched in advance, the market is open on Friday nights, all day Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 am to 4 pm. Head to the eastern edge of Hout Bay Harbour, and you’ll immediately find a crowd of locals and live music.

5. Kirstenbosch . Garden

This is considered the most beautiful garden in the whole of Africa
This is considered the most beautiful garden in the whole of Africa

Perched on the slopes of Table Mountain, this beautiful botanical garden is dubbed the most beautiful garden in Africa and anyone traveling to Cape Town should visit. Here they grow different kinds of flowers brought from all over Africa. It was a surprise going out of town. Admission to the garden costs R60 ($4.40) including a ride on the famous canopy. There are a few restaurants and cafes here, but they are quite expensive.

6. Surfing at Muizenberg Beach

Surfing lessons in Muizenberg are cheap and very comfortable
Surfing lessons in Muizenberg are cheap and very comfortable

Muizenberg is located in the southern suburbs of Cape Town, very popular for surfing. According to our Cape Town travel experience , this place is about 30 minutes by car from the city center and is an ideal place to learn to surf. A 90-minute surf kit rental costs just R100 ($7.30) and you’re sure to have a great experience.

If you don’t like surfing, there are also yoga classes and interesting cultural events in the residential area. We had a very happy hour at the free yoga class.

7. See Penguins at Boulders . Beach

Don't get too close to the penguin or you'll get bitten
Don’t get too close to the penguin, or it will hurt a lot

This is one of the must-do activities in Cape Town. We researched the time and place very carefully because we were determined to see thousands of African penguins. Visitors can view them from a distance so they still have a comfortable privacy. Admission to Boulders Beach Park costs R70 ($5) per person, which is used to preserve the park and preserve the penguins. Don’t try to get close to the birds, they will peck and bite hard.

8. Dinner at Stellenbosch

Be sure to stop by for wine tasting and dinner at Stellenbosch
Be sure to stop by for a wine tasting and dinner at Stellenbosch!

This is one of the most famous wine regions in the world, just a 45-minute drive from Cape Town. This place is famous for its mountains and valleys that are often covered with mist, and there are hundreds of vineyards of different sizes. If you want to try the best wine in the world, the cost is only around R60-70 ($4.50-5.50 USD).

Panorama of Cape Town city from above
Panorama of Cape Town city from above

There are many reasons why Cape Town tourism is growing. This place has a lot for you: beaches, delicious food, majestic mountains, history, culture, wine and so much more. The list of tourist activities in Cape Town is very long, so take a moment to comfortably explore this exciting city.

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