Cape Town City Tour

From only R2 250.00

Cape Town City Tour

From only R2 250.00

About The Cape Town City Tour

08H00 – 12H30 – Half Day
13H00 – 17H30 – Half Day

Embarking on a Private Cape Town Tour unveils the city’s myriad secrets and hidden gems, providing an exclusive and insightful exploration of this captivating destination. By choosing Randy’s Tours, specialists in Private Cape Town Tours, you have found one of them, and allow us to show you around on a Private Sightseeing Tour.

What is the origin of Cape Town? Why is Cape Town where it is today? Who are the people of Cape Town? What’s with the incomplete freeway? All these questions will be answered on this exciting Private Cape Town Tour.

In a recent survey by Time Out, Cape Town made it to No. 2 when respondents were also asked about which city they would most likely live in. It is not difficult to see why, as per the write-up in Time Out:

“From the heights of Table Mountain to the stunning beaches on the coastline, it’s not hard to see why every survey respondent said Cape Town was beautiful. The city’s culture scene also ranked highest in the world for its quality, with studios, galleries and public events abounding, including the Cape Town Art Fair – the largest art fair in Africa – in February, the Esther Mahlangu retrospective at the Iziko South African National Gallery and First Thursdays throughout the summer seeing inner-city galleries extending their opening hours and hosting special viewings. Those looking for theatre and comedy should head to Artscape, Baxter, or Theatre on the Bay for everything from West End musicals, engaging drama and local stand-up comedy. The city has an exciting, diverse and vibrant food scene which has evolved in the last few years (a curated showcase of some of the city’s best culinary and cultural experiences can be found in Time Out Market Cape Town, which opened at the V&A Waterfront in November and is home to over a dozen of the city’s best chefs and restaurateurs). Furthermore, 2024 sees South Africa mark 30 years of freedom and democracy, and visiting the District Six Museum and Robben Island are places to visit to better understand the country’s history.”

Rates

Half Day City Tour
1-2 Pax…R2250.00
3-4 Pax…R3250.00
5-6 Pax…R3950.00
7-12 Pax…R4250.00

Rates include: Driver/guide , vehicle and fuel. It excludes meals, drinks, entrance fees and personal expenses.

Highlights Include :

  • Table Mountain. The world famous mountain – Icon of Cape Town, gateway to Africa.
  • The Buildings of Parliament. These historical buildings are now home to South Africa’s truly representative government.
  • The Malay Quarter. A vibrant area situated on the slopes overlooking central Cape Town, this area has a strong Muslim influence with its mosques and people whose origin and culture stem originally from Malaysia and Indonesia.
  • Green Market Square. An open air market where a wide variety of local arts, crafts, clothes and more can be found
  • Signal Hill. A hill overlooking the City and False Bay, where the noon gun is still fired every day, a tradition dating back centuries. – Optional – When Table Mountain is closed.
  • The Castle of Good Hope. This is the oldest building still standing in South Africa

About The Cape Town City Tour

08H00 – 12H30 – Half Day
13H00 – 17H30 – Half Day

Embarking on a Private Cape Town Tour unveils the city’s myriad secrets and hidden gems, providing an exclusive and insightful exploration of this captivating destination. By choosing Randy’s Tours, specialists in Private Cape Town Tours, you have found one of them, and allow us to show you around on a Private Sightseeing Tour.

What is the origin of Cape Town? Why is Cape Town where it is today? Who are the people of Cape Town? What’s with the incomplete freeway? All these questions will be answered on this exciting Private Cape Town Tour.

In a recent survey by Time Out, Cape Town made it to No. 2 when respondents were also asked about which city they would most likely live in. It is not difficult to see why, as per the write-up in Time Out:

“From the heights of Table Mountain to the stunning beaches on the coastline, it’s not hard to see why every survey respondent said Cape Town was beautiful. The city’s culture scene also ranked highest in the world for its quality, with studios, galleries and public events abounding, including the Cape Town Art Fair – the largest art fair in Africa – in February, the Esther Mahlangu retrospective at the Iziko South African National Gallery and First Thursdays throughout the summer seeing inner-city galleries extending their opening hours and hosting special viewings. Those looking for theatre and comedy should head to Artscape, Baxter, or Theatre on the Bay for everything from West End musicals, engaging drama and local stand-up comedy. The city has an exciting, diverse and vibrant food scene which has evolved in the last few years (a curated showcase of some of the city’s best culinary and cultural experiences can be found in Time Out Market Cape Town, which opened at the V&A Waterfront in November and is home to over a dozen of the city’s best chefs and restaurateurs). Furthermore, 2024 sees South Africa mark 30 years of freedom and democracy, and visiting the District Six Museum and Robben Island are places to visit to better understand the country’s history.”

Highlights Include :

  • Table Mountain. The world famous mountain – Icon of Cape Town, gateway to Africa.
  • The Buildings of Parliament. These historical buildings are now home to South Africa’s truly representative government.
  • The Malay Quarter. A vibrant area situated on the slopes overlooking central Cape Town, this area has a strong Muslim influence with its mosques and people whose origin and culture stem originally from Malaysia and Indonesia.
  • Green Market Square. An open air market where a wide variety of local arts, crafts, clothes and more can be found
  • Signal Hill. A hill overlooking the City and False Bay, where the noon gun is still fired every day, a tradition dating back centuries. – Optional – When Table Mountain is closed.
  • The Castle of Good Hope. This is the oldest building still standing in South Africa

Rates

Half Day City Tour
1-2 Pax…R2250.00
3-4 Pax…R3250.00
5-6 Pax…R3950.00
7-12 Pax…R4250.00

Rates include: Driver/guide , vehicle and fuel. It excludes meals, drinks, entrance fees and personal expenses.