Gay CAPE TOWN Tours & Attractions 2020

Cape Town has it all! Beaches, Wineries, Mountains, stunning scenery, wildlife parks and more. We have selected the top selling tours of the city from sidecar tours of Stellenbosch to VIP helicopter tours of the Indian and Atlantic Ocean.

Top Trending Tours in gay CAPE TOWN with our visitors.

Here are the top selling tours with our guests over the past 7 days.

Even transient visitors can’t help but become enamored with Cape Town’s exquisite beauty: its striking Table Mountain backdrop, gorgeous beaches, enchanting vineyards, rugged landscapes, and its variety of wonderful plants and animals. In fact, some visitors extend their stay to a good bit longer than what you’d consider a vacation!

Cape Town is also famous for its hospitality. Its mix of trendy hotels and hostels matches up favorably to those in any other cosmopolitan city. There’s a lively cultural scene, particularly when it comes to music, which seems to pervade every corner of the city. The people are open-minded and the mood relaxed.

Cape Town Cable Car Tour

Take in a half day city tour and table mountain too!

Take the Cable Car to Table Mountain

Head to Table Mountain early during your trip. Its a great way to get your bearings.

No visit to Cape Town can be complete without a trip to the Iconic Table Mountain. Table Mountain is one of South Africa’s most famous landmarks, attracting thousands of visitors each year.

The cable car cost R195- return, (R20 cheaper if you book on-line and also check for specials) and make the beautiful, easy going 1.5hrs round trip walk along to McLear’s Point . If you go in the afternoon take the boardwalk towards the centre of the plateau and walk along to the point. There is beautiful flora and views down to the Cape of Good Hope and towards the Cape Flats and you can truly experience for the sheer size of the mountain. On the return walk cut over to the the Western path which takes you along the cliffs giving fantastic views of the bay and the sun going down in the sea. It is a beautiful walk, away from the masses and well worth the effort.

Explore Mandela’s Prison Cell at Robben Island

Explore the history of Cape Town during its darkest times at the former prison of Nelson Mandela.

A tour of the Robben Island Museum begins at the Nelson Mandela Gateway at the V & A Waterfront (+27 (0)21 408 7600), where you can look through multimedia exhibitions, visit the museum shop and enjoy a meal at the restaurant while you wait for your ferry.

Ferries depart regularly from the gateway, and each tour takes approximately 3.5 hours. You will be guided around the island by a former political prisoner who will relay the history of the island, together with firsthand accounts of prison life, ensuring a personal and poignant tour. The tour takes you to the maximum security prison, and to Mandela’s cell in particular, which has been left in its original state.

Take a helicopter tour of the Island and avoid the queues.

Robben Island

Avoid the queues! Take a helicopter tour.

Cape Town Winelands Tours

Explore the winelands in a new way!

Enjoy the Cape Town Winelands

Wine estates worth paying a visit to include Neethlingshof, Delheim, Spier, Saxenburg, Welmoed and Delaire, to name just a few.

The Cape Winelands region is the source of many legendary Cape wines, the produce of row upon row of grapevines, many of which were first planted hundreds of years ago.Its classic Cape-Dutch homesteads, mountainous surrounds, grand heritage and sumptuous restaurants have earned the Cape Winelands the right to call itself South Africa’s culinary capital.

Franschhoek‘s excellent restaurants are renowned at home and abroad. Add stunning mountains, galleries and antique stores to paint a picture of the hospitality that characterises this small town.

With its historical charm, culture, architectural heritage, wine and one of the largest solid rocks in the world, Paarl Mountain, Paarl is bursting with breathtaking scenery and offers the fitter tourist a choice of cycling and nature trails.

Take a wine tour with a difference, from helicopter to motorcycle. Check the best tours here.

Take Tea at the Mount Nelson Hotel

Enjoy perhaps one of the most famous high-teas in the world at the Mount Nelson Hotel.

Enjoy a few hours of sheer indulgence with an afternoon tea at Cape Town’s prestigious Mount Nelson Hotel. A tradition that dates back to the city’s colonial heritage, afternoon tea is a much-loved pastime in South Africa, and the Mount Nelson is considered the finest place in the city to experience it. Dine on a decadent selection of finger sandwiches, pastries and cakes, and sip on quality loose-leaf teas. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included so you can enjoy your afternoon out with ease.

Book this unforgettable experience now.

Tea at the Mount Nelson Hotel

An unforgettable experience!

Cape Point

Guided Walking Tour

Vist Cape Point

Take a tour to Cape Point. On the way, pass the beach resorts of Fish Hoek and Kalk Bay, as well as picture-perfect villages like St James and Simon’s Town.

See the best of the Cape Peninsula on a private day trip from Cape Town! Sit back and relax as your attentive guide drives you along Chapman’s Peak Drive, a spectacular marine road, to Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope. After walking around these stunning sites, head to Boulders Beach to penguin spot at leisure, and then finish with a wine-tasting session and tour at the Groot Constantia wine estate in Constantia Valley.

Check out the amazing views, wildlife and villages along the route. Book Now.


Recommended Hotels in CAPE TOWN

Most of the gay bars and clubs in Cape Town are located in the DeWaterkant district, which is right in the heart of Cape Town, close to the popular V&A Waterfront.

Cape Royale Hotel 5 Star

Great location & great service!

The Cape Royale

This luxury 5-star hotel is located in central Green Point, just a 5-minute from the V&A Waterfront. It offers free Wi-Fi, a rooftop pool, gym and spa.

DysArt Boutique 5 Star

Close to the gay district

DysArt Boutique Hotel

Located in Cape Town’s trendy suburb of Green Point, DysArt is a 5-star guest house offering luxurious and stylish accommodation.

The Westin 5 Star

Close to the gay centre.

The Westin Cape Town

The Westin is set at the gateway to the V&A Waterfront and located adjacent to the CTICC. Hotel guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi, free access to the Arabella Spa

The Capital Mirage 5 Star

Exploring Cape Town

The Capital Mirage Hotel

Offering a rooftop bar and outdoor pool, The Capital Mirage Hotel is conveniently situated between Cape Town’s city centre and trendy De Waterkant

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