Cape Town, also known as Kaapstad (in Afrikaans) or the Mother City / Moederstad, is the second largest city in South Africa.
- Table Mountain / Lion’s Head / Devil’s Peak (Cable car or Hike)
- Bo-Kaap: This neighborhood, historically inhabited by mainly muslim descendants os slaves from South East Asia, full of colorful houses.
- Victoria and Alfred Waterfront: Shops and Restaurants by the Harbour.
- Cape Town City Hall
- South African Parliament
- The Castle of Good Hope
- Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
- Two Oceans Aquarium
- Robben Island: Used during the Apartheid days to hold political prisoners, including Nelson Mandela and the late Walter Sisulu.
- District Six Museum
- Slave Lodge (One of the oldest buildings in Cape Town)
- South African Jewish Museum
- South African Maritime Museum (Cool architecture from the outside)
- South African National Gallery
- Camps Bay
- Kloof Street (locals)
- De Waterkant (locals)
- Old Biscuit Mill
- Bayside Centre
- Canal Walk
- Blue Route Mall
Exercise your body:
- Kite Surfing
- Seal Snorkeling
- Shark Cage Diving
- Hiking: The Cape of Good Hope Trail, Chapman’s Peak, Hoerikwaggo Table Mountain Trail, The Orangekloof Hiking Trail.
Outside Cape Town:
- St. James: Famous for the colorful dressing rooms.
- Simon’s Town: Boulders Beach – African penguin colony
- Clifton’s Beach
- False Bay
- Camps Bay
- Hout Bay
- Sandy Bay
- Winelands: Stellenbosch, Paarl and Fransch Hoek
- The Cape of Good Hope
- Ratanga Junction: Theme Park