As you walk through the streets and meet the locals, you will fall in love with the city’s natural beauty, creative freedom and incredible spirit. Access to all of our attractions has not been affected, such as our iconic Table Mountain 7th Natural Wonder of the World, Cape Point, and Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.
For those who love luxury travel, Cape Town continues to offer excellent fine dining and unforgettable experiences, like helicopter and hot-air balloon rides over the winelands. To taste Cape Town is to love Cape Town and exceptional culinary journeys are always within reach.
While a trip to Cape Town will enrich and enliven you, your visit also has a significant impact on the city’s economy. The city has over 1.2 million visitors annually, spending approximately R15 billion, and creating over 50 000 jobs, adding over 7.5% to the city’s total GDP.
This spending helps significantly to fund the on-going water saving projects being implemented, contributing to long term efforts in ensuring that the city’s sustainability as a destination has longevity.
We are ready to welcome travellers from around the world to one of the most beautiful cities in the world. This is a destination recognised globally, having been named seven times as the Best Destination in Africa (World Tourism Awards), as TripAdvisor’s Top Destination, and as a top ten destination for Travel and Leisure World’s Best Cities.