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Cape Town is one of the world’s iconic cities and its scenic setting matches Rio and San Francisco. Downtown there are shops, entertainment, sports stadiums and cosmopolitan restaurants. Cape Town is where the cold Atlantic and warm Indian Ocean meet. You can swim and have fun in the warmer waters and watch penguins beside the cold waters. You’re sure to want to ascend Table Mountain and if you’re an active family with teens, the hike up may be more fun than the cable car.
Victoria and Albert Waterfront Cape Town

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Building downtown Cape Town

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Big Wheel ride in Cape Town

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Your family will love the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. Try the big wheel for an overview then dive into the smart shops in nearby malls and open squares. Break for lunch any style you like, then maybe take a look around the amazing Two Oceans Aquarium. There are galleries, museums, helicopter rides, or you can sail around the bay in a yacht. The Cape Grace is one of our favourite hotels with five star facilities, multi-room suites and a position right on the Waterfront.
African penguins on Boulders Beach

Penguins, beaches and seaside towns 

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Colony of Africa penguin on shore at Boulders Beach

Penguins, beaches and seaside towns 

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Colourful beach huts Muizenten

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South of Cape Town, the peninsula is a hilly finger of land separating the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. A private tour taking you past seaside towns, rocky bays and hillsides covered in fynbos is a great family day out. At beautiful Boulders Beach a couple of African penguins appeared in 1982 and now your children can watch hundreds waddling along the sandy beach. On the return journey, stop for a paddle in the warmer waters of False Bay, an idyllic seaside resort.
Cable car ascent to Table Mountain

A mountain and an infamous island 

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Woman hiking around Cape Town

A mountain and an infamous island 

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Robben island prison

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There are two ways to the summit of Table Mountain. The easy way is to jump into a cable car. The more vigorous is to take the half day hike. Whichever you choose your family will be rewarded with a majestic view across the city to the expanse of ocean. Later, a short boat ride into the ocean takes you to Robben Island, where many, including Nelson Mandela, were imprisoned during apartheid. A tour with one of the former prisoners is a moving experience which reveals the post apartheid healing of the Nation to be all the more remarkable.
Teenage girl walking through Vineyard in Cape Winelands

Constantia and the Winelands 

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Kids juice tasting experience at a winery

Constantia and the Winelands 

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Family walking through farm at Babylonstoren

Constantia and the Winelands 

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The small estates and vineyards nestling in the valleys east of Cape Town produce some of the southern hemisphere’s finest wines. Settled by Huguenots from northern Europe, the winelands and pretty little towns like Stellenbosch have a rich history and some of South Africa’s finest restaurants. There is also plenty to do with children. Strawberry picking, grape stomping and visits to the farmers market offer something a little different. The younger members of your family can even enjoy their own interactive grape juice tasting.
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