Camps Bay

Camps Bay is a must-see with beautiful views, beautiful beaches and beautiful people. This cosmopolitan beachfront setting has long been a firm favourite of discerning Cape Town visitors. Here you'll find some of the most trendy shops, restaurants and properties in the country.

Cape Town City Center

  • Cape Town International Convention Centre: This Cape Town icon is a world-class convention centre located on 6.1 hectares of the Cape Town Foreshore and play host to local and international conventions of all kinds.
  • Cape Town Tourism: Cape Town's Official Visitors Information Centre puts visitors in touch with accommodation, activities and the remarkable experience that is Cape Town. Situated in the Cape Town City Centre, it lies within easy walking distance of Greenmarket Square.
  • The Castle of Good Hope: The castle is a pentagonal fort and the oldest building in South Africa. A unique experience of history, fine wines, traditional food, military ceremonies and craftsmanship awaits you at Cape Town’s Castle of Good Hope.
  • District Six Museum: District 6 is an area where there has been a cultural struggle, of kinship and ultimately of redemption - visit the museum to learn more about local history of this Cape Town suburb. Books and posters on District Six and apartheid are available.
  • The Jewish Museum: A must-see. The exterior is a bold architectural facade. Inside you will find an engaging, interactive space where visitors can discover the fascinating history of South Africa’s Jewish people. This is a vibrant and relevant experience through art and exhibitions.
  • South African Museum: Immerse yourself in local culture, art and history. This museum has grown into a touchstone for South African creativity and the preservation of our heritage.
  • Table Mountain: Table Mountain Cableway: The state-of-the-art cable car, which takes you to the top of Table Mountain, revolves 360 degrees which provides you with an awe-inspiring, bird’s eye view of Table Mountain, Cape Town and the surrounding areas.

V&A Waterfront attractions

  • V&A Waterfront: boasts a myriad of restaurants and African art shops
  • Two Oceans Aquarium: Shark cage diving and a 3000 species of animals from the two oceans that surround the Southern African coast
  • The Clock Tower: This landmark was completed in 1882 and served as offices of the Port Captain.

Other attractions

  • Sea Point: Sea point is famous for it's scenic promenade is the perfect place for a leisurely sightseeing stroll and has a variety of restaurants, pubs, coffee shops and music clubs.
  • Kirstenbosch Gardens: This Cape Town botanical garden is famous across the world! – it showcases the unparalleled diversity and beauty of the South African floral kingdom like no other.
  • Wine Tour of Constantia Valley: Constantia Valley is the oldest wine-making region in Southern Africa! This is where South Africa's rich wine heritage began. Experience the vineyards and historical monuments on Groot Constantia Wine Estate. Then go to Eagles' Nest, an award-winning boutique winery, and Beau Constantia.
  • World of Birds: This beautiful setting is home to 400 different species in Africa’s largest bird park – there are also inquisitive squirrel monkeys to entertain you.
  • Mariner's Wharf: Harbour-front emporium with rugged, maritime appeal is packed with bustling markets, restaurants and shops.