Cape Town Essential




R 13900

5 days of unforgettable Cape Town and memories that will last a lifetime.

This tour is designed for those who have limited time, but wish to make the most of it while in the Mother City. It will allow you to visit the most important and key sights of the beautiful city.
The package is five-days long, taking you on an unforgettable journey through history, natural wonders and beautiful wildlife and flora in and around Cape Town.
You will get to do everything from summiting the world-famous Table Mountain, to visiting the notorious Robben Island, from standing close to end of the African continent at Cape Point, to mingling with the African penguins in Simon’s Town.


2 pax – ZAR 16900 p/p
+10 Pax ZAR 13900 p/p

Experienced Muslim tour guides will accompany you everywhere, providing detailed insight into all experiences, including the Muslim community in Bo-kaap and renowned District 6. You’ll visit the first mosque ever built in South Africa, over 200 years ago. This itinerary is carefully planned, so that we stop at halal restaurants with a great variety of foods, as well as to be observant of prayer times throughout the trip. Five unforgettable days in Cape Town will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime.


  • Airport Transfers
  • 4 Nights in 3* and 4* Accommodation with breakfast.
  • The standard is a twin room (two beds) or a double bed
  • All entrance fees to attractions as per Itinerary.
  • Modern & confortable AC vehicle & driver for entire trip
  • Services of English speaking Tour guide


  • International flights.
  • Personal expenses.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Visas (Passengers are requested to organise visas and fulfil entry requirements on their own account).
Day 1

After your arrival at Cape Town International Airport, you will be welcomed at your hotel. After your check-in and a tour presentation, we will start your unforgettable journey with a Cape Malay Islamic Tour. We will head to the wonderfully colourful neighbourhood of Bo-Kaap, formerly known as the Cape Malay Quarter. This vibrant and predominantly Muslim neighbourhood will not only open your eyes to the Islamic history found in Cape Town, but will also show you the strong influence that Muslims have had on this city. The neighbourhood is home to nine mosques, including the very first mosque built in South Africa: the Auwal Masjid. It was first opened in 1794, during the first British occupation of the Cape. There are also various “kramats” or sacred burial grounds one can visit, located nearby.

Day 2

Day Two sees an early start, touring the Cape Peninsula. We will start our route, moving from Cape Town to Camps Bay, along the Atlantic seaboard. Camps Bay is packed with some of the best restaurants the city has to offer, as well as a break-taking beachfront. From this shoreline, we will move to Hout Bay, where you will enjoy, arguably, the best fish and chips in the country. Chapman’s Peak is next; a mountain on the western side of the Cape Peninsula, where the views cannot get any better. We cannot leave out the Cape Point Ostrich Farm – the southernmost ostrich farm in Africa. Once you’ve egged out over the world’s largest bird, we’ll head to The Cape of Good Hope, as well as the notorious Cape Point. Lastly, a trip to Cape Town is not complete without a visit to the Boulders Penguin Colony, in Simon’s Town – home to the African Penguins and a series of beautiful secluded cloves and beaches.

Day 3

Are you ready to summit Table Mountain? For those not quite brave enough to do it by foot, we will take the cable car, which has a 360-degree rotating floor! Thereafter, we’ll take a stroll through the colourful Green Market Square, located in the centre of old Cape Town. This historical square was built in 1696 and has served as everything from a parking lot to the flea market it is today, offering some of the best African crafts and designs. Once you have done all your shopping, we’ll spend an afternoon in the peaceful Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, famous for its beauty, peaceful ambience and array of flora. A truly magical experience, this garden will leave you wondering if you are lost in a magical forest.

Day 4

We are sure you have heard of Nelson Mandela, but do you know where he spent eighteen of his twenty-seven year incarceration? We will take a ferry from the V&A Waterfront to Robben Island. Once on the island, you will continue onto the buses that will take you around to each of the historical sites. The island has served many different functions throughout history: everything from a post office, a grazing ground and a mental hospital. A Robben Island tour guide will conduct the prison tour. Once the tour is complete, you will ferry back to the Waterfront, where we will break for lunch and shopping. The mall offers excellent dining and various halal options. We will end-off the day with a picturesque sunset on Signal Hill, a landmark flat-topped hill located next to Lion’s Head and Table Mountain.

Day 5

The last day is left for your leisure, until your transfer to Cape Town International Airport. There is plenty of time for shopping for your loved ones at home, before your departure.


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