Take advantage of Cape Town’s fair summer season during this winter in the US, and try some of our favorite activities in the “mother city.”
- Trace the Cape Peninsula to the Cape of Good Hope, seeing baboon, zebra, ostrich, penguin and the Cape’s unique fynbos plantlife along the way.
- Enjoy wine tastings in the Cape Winelands nearby, some estates dating back over 300 years and many featuring iconic Cape Dutch architecture.
- Visit the District Six Museum to learn about the struggles of the Apartheid Era and celebrate the triumphs since then.
- On a Saturday, visit the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock to enjoy gourmet food and drinks from an assortment of local exhibitors and shop for art, pottery, and locally made fashions.
- Take a walk through Greenmarket Square and the Company Gardens downtown, dating back to the 17th century.
Click here to view hotels in Cape Town, or check out the Grand South Africa & City safari for a complete South African adventure.
Image of Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town
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