Cape Town has some great beaches, but the most easily accessible are on the Atlantic Ocean where the water is unbelievably cold; the locals rarely venture in beyond knee-high depths. The most popular is Camps Bay beach, a long, wide stretch of golden sand packed with locals and tourist alike and backed by a strip of fashionable bars and restaurants. Just towards town is Clifton, whose four beaches, are situated beneath exclusive houses and apartments set into the cliff that protects sunbathers from the harsh wind. The small suburb Llandudno, 15 min south of Camps Bay, is home to another excellent beach. There are no bars or restaurants here, the nearest being at Hout Bay, which is popular with families and walkers but is not as stunning as its neighbours...  

V& A Waterfront
Cavendish Mall 
Century City - Canal Walk 
Diamonds and Gold


Situated in the central business district, near the main station, is Greenmarket Square, the perfect spot to observe South Africa's 'rainbow nation' in all its hues. Once the scene of slave markets, this is the site of one of the city's most vibrant flea markets, where clothing, jewellery, knock-knacks and souvenirs are on sale every day, and tourist and business people rub shoulders in the many sidewalk cafes that surround this busy cobbled square.

For more information on the tours / packages and rates please contact:
Gintaras Ulevicius
Tel: +27 21 554 3604 | Mobile: +27 83 611 3497

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