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Destination Overview > Travel Information> 10 Things to do in South Africa > A Sojourn to Africa


10 Things to do in South Africa

  1. Table Mountain
    World famous geographical masterpiece, spectacular views of the whole city either by revolving cable car or for the adventurous, a hike!
  1. Cape Point
    The most south western tip of Africa where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet.  View the Lighthouse or dine at one of the lovely Restaurants and enjoy the views.
  1. Shark Diving
    Travel for approx 20mins by boat to Dyer Island area where you will throw out bait "chum" for sharks.  For the very adventurous, cage diving and viewing sharks at close range is a a good option.
  1. Cape Winelands
    Visit magnificent wine farms in and around the Cape Town area.
  1. Kirstenbosch Gardens
    World renowned for the beauty and diversity of Cape flora, this 528 hectare site grows only South African indigenous plants.
  1. Malay Quarter  (Bo Kaap)
    The Malay Quarter housed many slaves in the early history of Capetown.  Steep, narrow streets, mosques, minnarets and plain artisan houses are to be found here
  1. Robben Island
    For nearly 400 years Robben Island was a place of banishment, exile, isolation and imprisonment.  World famous Nelson Mandela spent 27 years at this prison.
  1. Castle of Good Hope
    A national monument built between 1666 and 1679, a penragonal fortification built by Jan Van Riebeek in 1652
  1. V & A Waterfront
    A myriad of shops, restaurants, pubs, taverns, movies, buskers and outdoor areas all on the most picturesque shopping area in Cape Town
  1. Camps Bay Area
    Walk for miles along the beachfront stopping at little bistro's or coffee shops, thereafter visit the local african curio market along the seafront between Camps Bay and Llandudno, this is for the bargain hunters who like real african crafted woodwork and beadwork.










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