Take a ferry ride to Duiker Island to watch thousands of seals frolicking in the sea. Time for shopping at Kraal Kraft. Cruise over Chapmans Peak to the Cape of Good Hope. Enjoy the most diverse floral kingdom on our planet, our Cape Fynbos, in all her splendour. Watch out for Baboons for they have refined the art of robbing and theft! Lunch at The Two Oceans Restaurant. Photo-stops at The Cape of Good Hope, South-Westernmost tip of Africa. Join the African Jackass Penguin in the tranquil waters of the Boulders Beach. Return via Fish Hoek to Cape Town.
Discover our historic Mother City from the bustling V.A. Waterfront (Cape Gem no.1) to the inner city. Take an early cable car ride to the top of Table Mountain (weather permitting –Cape Gem no.2), for a 360 degree panorama of the Cape Peninsula, The Atlantic Ocean and False Bay. Take a leisurely walk in the Bo-Kaap (Malay Quarters) with her colourful houses and cobbled-stone roads. Opportunities for shopping at craft markets at Green Market Square in front of the Old Town Hall and St.George’s Mall in the heart of Cape Town.
Visit the Castle of Good Hope in time for the 'handing over of the key ceremony' at noon. Walk in the Company Gardens, established by Jan van Riebeeck in the 1650’s. An afternoon visit to Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens (Cape Gem no.3), flagship of the National Botanical Institute of South Africa. Walk in the landscaped gardens, the Braille trail for the blind, the visitor’s center, the indoor planetarium and many secret nooks in the gardens. Evening transfer to Cape Town to watch soccer at the Grand Parade Hotspot .Meet our prison guide for a tour of the prison cells. Hear the stories of hardship, struggle and perseverance from ex-inmates of the prison (shared with Ex- President Nelson Mandela). Do a tour of the village and the rest of the infamous Robben Island, a place of hardship and suffering for three and a half centuries. Visit the District Six Museum and District Six, heart-throbbing in the sixties, now desolate and barren.