All roads are leading to Cape Town for the State of The Nation Address(SONA) taking place on Thursday, February 9.
1. Visit Cape Point
Visiting Cape Point is an essential part of seeing Cape Town, and with the just launched City Sightseeing tour on the Cape Point Explorer bus, you can spend a full day taking in some of the most breathtaking sights the city has to offer. From the scenic seaside towns of Muizenberg and Kommetjie to the jaw-dropping views of the Ou Kaapse Weg mountain pass, this trip will feature it all.
Along the way, see the famous African penguin colony at Boulders Beach, take a ride up The Flying Dutchman Funicular to the viewing point at the lighthouse, enjoy a delicious meal overlooking the sea at the Two Oceans Restaurant or stroll through the fynbos to the Cape of Good Hope headland. The Cape Point Explorer costs R550 for adults or R275 for children and includes entrance to the Cape Point Nature Reserve and a live guided tour.
Visit www.citysightseeing.co.za for more information.
2. Visit Robben Island Museum on their 20th anniversary
No trip to Cape Town is complete without a trip to Robben Island. Robben Island is a unique symbol of “the triumph of the human spirit over adversity, suffering and injustice” with a rich 500-year-old multi-layered history. They will celebrate the 20 years of the opening of the museum in 2017.
Visit http://www.robben-island.org.za/ for more information
Enjoy sundowners and seafood at a restaurant with a view
From the Camps Bay strip to the Cape Peninsula and the West Coast, Cape Town boasts with incredible scenery and delicious food. Some of the top eateries to visit are the brand new La Parada Del Mar in Camps Bay, The Grand Africa Café and Beach at the V&A Waterfront, Black Marlin in the Cape Peninsula and Moyo Blouberg at Eden on the Bay
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3. Go on a City and Township Futures tour with Coffeebeans Routes
Enjoy an informative guided tour through new city and township developments with insights into the rich history of the areas. Visit Camissa (the place of sweet waters), the District Six Museum, the Bo-Kaap, Slave lodge and meet some of the locals that are shaping the future of the neighborhoods.
4. The Great Moscow circus
Stay the weekend and attend some of the events happening from 10 – 12 February.
Roll Up, Roll Up the world’s favourite circus is back in the mother city. The world-famous Great Moscow Circus is returning to South Afric
ith an all-new, sensational, two-hour world premiere program. Featuring a myriad of circus superstars from Russia and the world in the most action packed show that you can’t miss to see.
With the funniest clowns, most-daring acrobats, death-defying daredevils, aerial artists, balancers, jugglers and much more all under the mighty Great Moscow Circus Big Top tent.
Don’t miss this breathtaking, affordable, once in a generation family entertainment, capturing all the thrills and fun of traditional circus with the skill and daring of today’s circus heroes.