Your 2 day pass gives you access to the interlinked ‘Red’ and ‘Blue" Tour circular routes. You can start your journey at any of the stops on the route and end there again - on both days. When you’re finished touring a stop you return to the indicated bus stop and wait for the next city tour bus to arrive. You can skip selected stops on the route or you may elect to get off at all of them.
CAPE TOWN RED CITY TOUR: Two Oceans Aquarium (R70-R150) & The Clocktower - both at the V&A Waterfront; Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC); (81) Long Street; Jewel Africa (closed on Sundays); Table Mountain Cable Way (R125-R255); Camps Bay (beach); The President Hotel (Bantry Bay); Sea Point Promenade (Cnr. Beach & St. John's Roads); Winchester Mansions (Sea Point); Green Point & Green Point Commons (an urban park).
BLUE MINI PENINSULA TOUR: All the Red City Tour stops indicated in italics above, as well as - Foreshore (city centre); Mount Nelson Hotel (above the Company Gardens); Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens (R15-R60); Constantia Nek; World of Birds (R40-R85); Imizamo Yethu Township (R40-R80); Mariner's Wharf (Hout Bay Harbour).
(Where a rate scale is indicated it mostly depends on either age - e.g. adult or child - or on the tour type selected at the particular stop)
You can start and end your journey at any of the stops on the route. If you have your own vehicle some of the best options that also offer easy parking include the V&A Waterfront (best option), Camps Bay and Sea Point.
R360 per person
Duration: 1 days
Tour Type: City & day tours
Transport: 'Topless' (open top) double decker bus
Group sizes: minimum-1 average-10 max-30
Languages (guides): English
Buses are equipped with on-board commentary (via earphones) in 15 different languages.
Countries: South Africa
Notes: Where applicable, entry fees at stops are for your own account.
Highlights: Cape Town , Victoria and Alfred (V&A) Waterfront , Table Mountain Cableway , Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens .
Starting dates: Daily at 15-20 minute intervals.
Available starting dates: Nov 2016 - Oct 2017
The Victoria and Alfred (V&A) Waterfront was developed in the working harbour of Cape Town and perfectly integrates port activities and leisure. It offers a fascinating and eclectic mix of specialty shops, markets, restaurants, bars, museums, cinemas and activities.more about Victoria and Alfred (V&A) Waterfront
A visit to Cape Town can never be complete without a trip up Table Mountain by cable car. From the top of Table Mountain you have wonderful views over the city, Table Bay, the Atlantic coastline and the tip of the Cape Peninsula.more about Table Mountain Cableway
The Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens is one of South Africa's top 20 tourist attractions.Cecil John Rhodes created the garden in 1895 and donated it to the residents of Cape Town. It is set in the shade of Devil's Peak. The vast array of plant species make it special and more than worth a visit.more about Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens