Welcome to CapeSA Tours

Cape SA Tours is a tourism company that was formed with one goal in mind – to give you an unforgettable experience of the beautiful Mother City..

The company was opened by a former newspaper printing employee, Joe Worship, who printed papers for over 30 years prior to becoming a tour guide.
Now, Joe wants to share his experience with the world by showcasing Cape Town's beauty, the infamous Table Mountain and its stunning oceans.

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Cape Peninsula Tour

Our Cape Peninsula tours give you the opportunity to view the beautiful Mother City in its full glory.

City Tour

Cape Town is one of the most beautiful urban environments in the world and with a backdrop of the stunning Table Mountain.

Hermanus Tour

During the months of July and November, nature's giants come out to play. We offer full day whale watching tours that will take your breath away!

Shark Cage Diving Tour

If you're looking to spend the day shark cage diving or whale watching, then our full day tour packages are just for you.

Why Should You Visit Cape Town?

The answer to that question should be why shouldn't you visit Cape Town? There are very few places in the world that can boast such a beautiful backdrop amongst the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Situated right at the bottom of the African continent, Cape Town is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful holiday destinations on the planet.
Cape Town's weather plays its part as well – you can expect warm summers and mild winters, which complements the city's Mediterranean climate perfectly.

Fun Facts About Cape Town

Fancy slipping and sliding downhill in a sled? The Mother City is the place to do it. Although over 300 tobogganing tracks exist worldwide, Cape Town is home to the only one in Africa, aptly titled Cool Runnings after the film about Jamaica’s first bobsled team. If you’re keen on visiting, you’ll find the track just 25km outside of the city centre on Carl Cronje Drive.

Cape Town’s famous landmark the Castle of Good Hope is the oldest colonial building in South Africa, having been built between 1666 and 1679. The structure, which was once a fort, served as a welcoming port for sailors travelling around the Cape – an often arduous journey. Despite popular belief, it was not built by Jan van Riebeeck; although, a temporary clay and wooden fort was built during his time at the now Golden Acre shopping centre.

The Mother City racked up some serious awards in 2014: our pretty city was named the best place in the world to visit by The New York Times, appointed World Design Capital 2014, featured second in Travel and Leisure’s list of top holiday destinations and deemed the second best African city to visit by TripAdvisor’s 2014 Travellers’ Choice awards. Similarly, did you know that in 2013 the UK publication The Guardian named the Sea Point swimming pool one of the top ten swimming pools in the world?

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