The City Slicker experience, where you can take in as much of The Mother City that you came here for. An action-packed 9 hour tour where you go on a journey experiencing life as a Capetonian, as well as tick off some of the major attractions on your bucket list. This privately guided tour includes visits to Table Mountain, Bo-Kaap, Company Gardens and The Castle of Good Hope. As you weave through the historical streets of the "Mother City" you will get a great sense of the city's history and its current vibrancy and fun.TOUR HIGHLIGHTS• Table Mountain• Bo-Kaap• Slave Museum & Company Gardens• Castle of Good Hope
You will be collected from you hotel at 9am to embark on your private tour of the city. First heading to Table Mountain, on of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World. After exploring the Table top, you and your guide take the Cable Car down to continue the morning of city sight seeing.A visit to the historical Castle of Good Hope where you find out about the Cape's colonial past and you can even see a blacksmith in action – just as he would have operated during the 17th and 18th centuries when castles housed their own forges. From old to new, a cruise through to Kloof Street, Cape Town’s artisan business movement full of trendy bars and eateries. Whether you are looking for a roof top cocktails at Yours Truly or delicious fare at the Van Hunks gastro-pub – the choice is yours! We take you past the Houses of Parliament, the Grand Parade and City Hall from where Nelson Mandela first addressed South Africans after his prison release in February 1990. A must try is the artisan coffee experience at Truth Coffee for a quick pick-me-up and great photo opportunity in the uniquely designed HQ of the award winning roastery. If African Art is of interest, a meander through Greenmarket Square is on the cards for you. We continue your tour of the city visiting St Georges Cathedral and The Slave Museum for a little history. You get to stretch your legs with a meander through the Company Gardens in the heart of the city followed by a visit to Cape Town’s most distinct neighbourhoods – Bo-Kaap. Situated at the foot of Signal Hill on the fringe of the city centre, you will have a walk down memory lane and visit the Bo-Kaap Museum, explore the Islamic “kramats” and snap beautiful pics of the distinctive multi-coloured houses that line the cobble stone streets, before returning to your hotel in the late afternoon.