Discover Cape Town on your own and at your own speed with this Cape Town Flexi Attractions Pass.
Have the freedom and flexibility to choose from over 70 popular tours, museums, and attractions, while saving up to 50% on admission fees./li>
Choose to visit three or five attractions depending on your liking, for up to two weeks.
What You'll Do:
Enjoying a self-guided exploration around Cape Town with this Flexi-Pass which can bring you to whichever attraction you wish to visit and at an extremely discounted price.
Such attractions include the following: The Cape Wheel, Avontuur Wine Estate, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Two Oceans Aquarium and Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa.
Have the flexibility and freedom to tailor your itineraries to your liking and needs with this value-for-money Flexi-Pass
What It Includes:
Have the option to choose between a three-attraction pass or a five-attraction pass, depending on your needs and preferences.
A 36-page pocket guidebook with a brief overview of all the Cape Town attractions and special offers for pass holders to help you plan your trip will be provided.
Skip-the-line privileges will be available for you at most attractions.
Your Pass is activated upon the first instance of usage and will be valid for 14 consecutive days or until you have visited the number of attractions chosen.
Travellers were extremely satisfied with the entire experience as the Flexi-Pass was easy to use, convenient for all and worth every cent.
This tour experience has been reviewed by many travellers who have indicated that this Flexi-Pass, as described in its name, is a flexible option providing you the freedom to tailor your itineraries to your needs and preferences.
Is It Right:
If you are looking for a unique and cosy experience touring around Cape Town, then this is the perfect tour package for you and your loved ones!
You’ll be thrilled by the spectacular views of the Knysna Heads from the placid waters of the Knysna Lagoon. The sandstone cliffs rise out of the water revealing sea caves along the forested banks of the lagoon. You’ll find out all about the magnificent flora and fauna from your specialist guide before enjoying a delicious buffet lunch at the...Read more
Learn about this once multi-racial, colourful hub for musicians, artists, and ‘good’ and ‘bad’ gangsters, that faced a 20-year long period of demolition and forced removals during the apartheid...Read more
Oldest colonial building in South Africa, the Castle of Good Hope is a symbol of the early days of the Cape colony of the Dutch East India Company (VOC). Includes the daily Key Ceremony, a visit to the museum, a viewing of the William Fehr art collection.
Highlights • Visit the oldest colonial building in South Africa, built...Read more
Enjoy a spectacular 360-degree panoramic view of the Mother City from the iconic and vibrant V&A Waterfront on the Cape Wheel. With 30 fully enclosed, air conditioned cabins which gently rise 50 metres above the ground in safety and comfort, it’s fun for the whole family, all year long. From a vantage point high in the sky, gorgeous views of...Read more
Robben Island museum a top attraction tourist site in Cape Town and South Africa's symbol of oppression must be on your bucket list of tours to do when planning a holiday in South Africa. There are a few guided scheduled tours which depart from Nelson Mandela Gateway to Robben Island at clock tower between 09H00, 11H00, 13h00 and 15h00. Due to the...Read more
Enjoy this tour that gives you the opportunity to see some of Cape Town's best highlights. This tour is operational for a few hours with our registered trilingual tour guide (English, French and Portuguese). See the beautiful African Penguins and enjoy a wonderful 1 hour Seal Island cruise in Hout...Read more
Take a journey back to the early roots of the South African Jewish community with interactive displays, audio-visual presentations and rare and fascinating artefacts. Marvel at the modern architecture of the museum itself, the contents of which mirror the fusion between the past and present. Take note of the museum’s notable drawbridge feature,...Read more
The line runs from a lower station at the Cape Point car park, up an incline through dense fynbos to the upper lighthouse. The funicular leaves from the lower station every three minutes, comfortably accommodates 40 passengers per car, and can transport 450 persons to the upper lighthouse per hour, making it the ideal way to whisk closer to the...Read more
South Africas Winelands are actually the worlds longest continuous wine growing region. Let our professional and passionate guides really make it effortless to pair our wines to the your viticultural desires on the day.
With over 3000 wineries its challenging to select a handful to go tasting, but as a starter in we recommend stopping at...Read more