- Trendy Woodstock with home interior shops, art galleries and the famous Old Biscuit Mill.
- Shopping and strolling around in the V&A Waterfront. Named after Queen Victoria and her son Alfred; the respective basins are still used for ship repair and fishing boats.
- Wandering around in Kloof and Bree Street; beautiful architecture
- Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens
- Bo-Kaap with its colourful houses: one of the most photographed sections of the city. In the 17th century the Dutch installed this township for their slaves, imported from east India and Malaysia (hence the nickname Cape Malay Quarter). A Sheikh exiled by the Dutch spread the islam amongst these slaves, and so the first muslim quarter in Cape Town was born. It remained as such after emancipation and through Apartheid.
- Robben Island –it gives you something to think about. Tours for Robben Island leave from the V&A Waterfront and are best booked online in advance.
- Townships: we are happy to assist you in planning a guided tour in one of Cape Town’s townships Langa, Guguletu or Khayelitsha. Or even Hout Bay’s Imizamo Yethu.
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