Things to do

Cape Town regularly ranks amongst the world’s top tourist attractions.

Cape Town regularly ranks amongst the world’s top tourist attractions, and by looking at the view from the Grand Daddy Boutique Hotel by BON it’s easy to see why.

Table Mountain, with its enfolding arms and famous ‘table-cloth’ of cloud, dominates the view from the hotel.  An all-day trip up to the top by cable-car is a tourism priority – it is recommended to book in advance to avoid the queue for tickets.  From the top of the mountain you can see into tomorrow.

V&A Waterfront is the working port of Cape Town which has been developed into a huge shopping and entertainment mecca with an award-winning aquarium, restaurants and shops, open-air activities and a vibrant population of itinerant entertainers.

Zeitz MOCAA is an old grain silo that was converted, through breathtakingly innovative design, into a gallery for modern art.  Nine floors of wonders await. 

Sea Point Promenade, a winding walkway for joggers, strollers and skateboarders, meanders along the Atlantic Seaboard and provides a chance to enjoy the public art displayed on the adjacent lawns.  It is a place for picnicking and pottering.   

Clifton and Camps Bay beaches are described as some of the most beautiful in the world, where the world’s glitterati get together to see and be seen. 

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden pays homage to the world’s smallest but richest botanical wonder – the Cape Floral Kingdom.  The huge landscaped public garden at the foot of Table Mountain has an open-air stage for concerts and many historical and botanical features. 

Robben Island played its part as home to the world’s most famous political prisoner and was the crucible for the forging of the country’s current democratic president.  A tour to the island is an unmissable experience to see Nelson Mandela’s jail cell and mementoes of his life.


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