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Half Day Cape Town City Tour

All prices quoted are for a minimum group size of 10 people. For individual rates, please contact us.

Itinerary reference: AAT009771

Price: R345 p/p

Rates include: Registered guide, air conditioned vehicle

Rates excludes: Lunch and Cable Cableway fee of R130 (strictly weather permitting)

Duration of Tour: Four and a half hours (excluding Table Mountain Cableway)



Join us for a morning or afternoon orientation tour of the Mother City as we venture through streets crowded with history. From the City Hall where Nelson Mandela gave his liberation speech to the multi-cultural Green Market Square, Cape Town has it all. This tour includes an option to visit Table Mountain or Table View.


• South African Museum & the Company Gardens
• Parliament buildings
• City Hall & Castle of good Hope
• Malay Quarter/ Bo-Kaap
• Green Market Square
• Signal Hill
• Camps Bay & Clifton
• Short Diamond factory tour – optional

This tour includes an option to visit Table Mountain or in the event of inclement weather, Table View

Table Mountain Cableway
The Cableway was first built almost 78 years ago. On 4 October 1929 the Cableway opened its doors to its first visitors. The opening ceremony, led by the then mayor of Cape Town, drew 200 guests. Since then three upgrades have taken place, with the most recent in October 1997.

The 65 passenger cable car runs from Tafelberg Road to the top of Table Mountain. The floor rotates giving everyone a 360 degree view on the way up. The cable car was imported from Switzerland and there are only 2 other such cable cars in the world, one in Titlis in the Swiss Alps in Switzerland, and one in Palm Springs in America. The cable cars take about 5-10 minutes to reach the top of the mountain and they travel at a speed of up to 10 meters per second. The cable cars can carry a maximum weight of 5200 kg and works on a counter weight system weighing 134 tonnes each. The length of the cables is 1200m. The cables weigh 18 tonnes. The height of Table Mountain at its highest point is 1085m. The round cable car offers excellent aerodynamics in Cape Town’s famous strong South Easter winds. The base of the cable car is in fact a water tank that can carry up to 4000 litres of fresh water used to ballast during the windy season, they also supply fresh water for visitors

R150.00 Cable car Adult – Return (Note: strictly weather permitting)


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* PRICES and AVAILABILITY are subject to confirmation at time of booking.
* Quote is valid for 14 days only from above shown date.
* Prices quoted are on a per person sharing basis
* Prices quoted are only valid for the number of people quoted for - any increase or decrease in numbers will affect the price.
* All items of a personal nature, meals and drinks (unless stipulated), flights, airport taxes, fuel (unless stipulated), sightseeing
entrance fees, caddies, carts, golf accessories and all other unstipulated items are excluded.
* No booking can be guaranteed unless a 20% non-refundable deposit has been received
* Only once the deposit has been received will a booking be confirmed
* As availability is always checked before quoting, we can in no way be held responsible when it is no longer available due to the
time taken to confirm the quote

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