Why we like it
- Sheer beauty and breathtaking scenery.
- History spanning back to 1652, with unique Cape Dutch architecture.
- LOADS to do, making a min 3 day stay easy to fill.
- Many adventures such as mountain climbing, biking and shark-cage diving.
- Huge cultural diversity; great food!
- Fantastic and varied value for money accommodation opportunities.
Feel your spirit soar with the sight of the breathtaking city of Cape Town! The moment you lay your eyes on this beautiful city it will capture your heart. With the prominent Table Mountain guarding the city, golden beaches, scenic mountains and bountiful vineyards, there will never be a boring moment. Ask us where to stay and what to see!
Well…..not a safari in the real sense of the word, but often a MUST-SEE for first time safari travellers to Africa, which is why SAFARI FRANK caters for it.
The sheer beauty of the Table Bay, Table Mountain and the ocean is second to none. Add to that the history, culture, vineyards, beaches, adventure and the picture becomes clear. Extraordinary!
A visit to Cape Town can be planned to fit any interest from simply sightseeing with a trip up to the top of Table Mountain, or visiting Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was incarcerated, or braving the more riveting experience of shark-cage diving in Gansbaai! The vineyards of Stellenbosch and Franschoek are spectacular, as is the world-class Cape Town harbour and waterfront precinct.
SAFARI FRANK works with the best boutique destination-marketing companies based in Cape Town to ensure that a visit to Cape Town fits in with our philosophy and ethos and your best interest. It is a sophisticated city and caters very well for travellers with all levels of budgets, large and small. There are some great small boutique hotels, cozy bed and breakfasts and larger international style establishments. It is recommended for all travelers at least once!
Situated in the southern most tip of Africa! The ‘Greater Cape Town’ area that is worth exploring stretches from Cape Point in the south where the two oceans meet, to up north, east and west, for approximately a 100 kms.
Name it and you can do it in Cape Town!
Places to stay
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