Table Mountain is easily Cape Town's most iconic site,
so head up in the revolving cable car (the hike might be somewhat
ambitious for little legs to manage) to admire the incredible views
and look out for dassies (local rock rabbits that look like giant
guinea pigs). Back at ground level, we can arrange a scavenger hunt
around the city so you can explore Cape Town as a family while
learning about the city's fascinating past and cultural diversity.
For another dose of history, take the ferry to Robben Island and
learn about the prison where Nelson Mandela spent 18 years, with an
ex-Apartheid prisoner as your guide.
A visit to Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens is a great option for
younger children, as you can explore the beautiful estate while
following a treasure map that winds along tree-top canopy walk-ways
and through prehistoric gardens, which are home to life-sized
Along the coast there is also plenty to keep little people and
parents busy, whether visiting the penguins at Boulders Beach (or
one of the lesser known penguin beaches in the area); going fishing
at Kalk Bay or trying your hand at surfing or boogie boarding in
the safe waters of Muizenburg.
One of our favourite day trips from the city is to drive down
the Cape Peninsula, looking out for the Cape Five - ostrich,
baboons, mountain zebra, bontebok (a type of antelope) and tortoise
- along the way, and then heading up to the Cape Point Lighthouse
to enjoy amazing views over the ocean.
So whether it's a fleeting visit to Cape Town or a longer family
holiday throughout South Africa,
our experts are on hand to tailor-make the perfect itinerary for