Sir Francis Drake called it THE FAIREST CAPE IN THE CIRCUMFERENCE OF THE EARTH and the British called it THE TAVERN OF THE SEAS and it is fondly called THE MOTHER CITY of South Africa.
CAPE TOWN has a rich multi-cultural history because of its position as a stopping point for ships plying their trade between the east and the west. Today it is a meeting place for Africa and the rest of the world, which gives it its own particular vibrancy. The diverse cultural heritage and rich historic past are evident when one visits the various national museums and sights such as the Castle Good Hope dating back to the Dutch East Indies Company, Robben Island, the South African Cultural History Museum and the District Six Museum. A visit to the well-known, respected and exclusive Uwe Koetter Jewellers across from the Cape Town Convention Centre at the entrance to the Waterfront, should not be missed.
For a truly enjoyable sight-seeing experience hire an electric eBIKE from THULA-LULA. At the end of an enjoyable day's sightseeing relax at one of the many restaurants at the Cape Quarter in the city centre.
From the bustling Cape Town Waterfront and other elegant shopping malls, to the top of Table Mountain; from spectacular Cape Point where two oceans are said to meet, to the world famous Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens; from safe sandy beaches - such as the popular Camps Bay & Hout Bay - whales, dolphins and penguins to historical wine estates - all these and more can fill the days of a present day explorer.