Audio walking tours are a great way for visitors to explore selected attractions in the Mother City in their own time. All you need is the mobile app for iPhones and Android devices. It uses your location to play audio automatically and includes offline maps. Just put on your headphones and you’re ready to explore.
The six destinations that make up the Cape Town Big 6 are pulling out all the stops for the upcoming summer season running from November until January 2019.
There’s nothing like indulging in a delicious slice of cake paired with your favourite tea (or coffee)! We have found some of the top cake and tea spots at the Cape Town Big 6 attractions: Table Mountain Cableway, Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden, Robben Island, V&A Waterfront, Cape Point, and Groot Constantia
The Table Mountain Cableway today welcomed 2018 Jive Funny Festival performers Marc Lottering, Gerry Conolly, Ntobeka Ximba, Raymond Raymondson, Tats Nkonzo and Mooky Cornish to the mountain.
The Table Mountain Cableway will be closed for scheduled annual maintenance from Monday, 23 July until Sunday, 5 August 2018, ensuring the safety of the millions of visitors that flock to the attraction each year.
Winter shouldn’t stop you from exploring our beautiful Mother City and there is definitely something romantic about winters in Cape Town. There are plenty of places to cosy up to in the colder months. Think toasty fireplaces and hearty meals at cosy restaurants. Here are our Top Cosy Places at the Cape Town Big 6 attractions.