Discover the wonders of the Mother City with JENMAN African Safaris’ carefully curated Cape Town travel packages. Our selection of Cape Town tours cater to every adventurer’s heart, ensuring an unforgettable experience for all who wish to explore the Mother city. Nestled amidst the beauty of nature, and pulsating to the rhythmic beats of Africa, Cape Town offers an unparalleled and diverse array of experiences. From the iconic Table Mountain that graces the skyline, to the pristine beaches stretching along the coast, and the rich cultural tapestry woven into its streets, Cape Town beckons a journey of exploration and wonder. Whether you seek adrenaline-pumping adventures or serene moments of reflection, our packages are tailored to fulfill your every desire.
Enhance your stay at a luxurious Cape Town villa by going on a fly-in safari adventure to Aquila Nature Reserve. This experience allows you to reach Aquila quickly and conveniently, whether you choose the helicopter flight or the fixed-wing transfer.
At Aquila Nature Reserve, be prepared to encounter the wonders of the wild up close and personal. Experience the thrill of witnessing the “Big Five” and a myriad of other remarkable wildlife species in their natural habitat, all under the guidance of experienced rangers.
After your safari adventure, return to your luxury Cape Town villa, where you can relax and relish the memories of an extraordinary day. So, make your stay in Cape Town truly unforgettable by immersing yourself in the beauty of nature and the thrill of an exclusive fly-in safari at Aquila Nature Reserve.
Get in touch with our experienced consultants, dedicated to curating your ideal African safari. Let us guide you towards the perfect destination, ensuring your trip is nothing short of extraordinary.
The Table Mountain Range is famous for its diverse flora and fauna, as well as its panoramic views of the ocean. White beaches fringe the landscape, a beautiful contrast of colour from land to sea. The city and its surrounds offer something for everyone – from hiking to surfing, to art and culture, to history as well as culinary adventures. Shark cave diving and parasailing call for the more adventurous, whereas wine tasting and pottery invite one’s calm curiosity.
Visit the penguins in vintage seaside towns, explore the art galleries and markets in the city centre, eat fresh seafood along the Waterfront Harbour or spend your day tasting wine at one of the many accessible vineyards. An absolute must is a day trip to Cape Point, merely 70km from Cape Town – a simply spectacular outing for nature lovers with white beaches, rugged cliffs, fynbos vegetation and wildlife. Cape Town is also an adventure springboard to the western cape. Small historical towns and National Parks are merely a few hours drive away – Franschhoek, Stellenbosch, the Cederberg Mountains, Grootbos, as well as the perfect starting point to explore the Garden Route.
At the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens visitors can look forward to enjoying the many picnic areas, hiking trails, restaurants and summer evening concerts. Seated at the base of the eastern slopes of Table Mountain, the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens boasts an almost completely indigenous flora, with the plants that are cultivated in the greenhouses are native to the region. Comprising of about 528-hectares of fertile land encompassing long green lawns, colourful flowers, cool forests and refreshing streams which make it a scenic outing for friends and family. Whilst visiting the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens during your South African safari with us, you’ll be able enjoy the many picnic areas, hiking trails, walking paths, shops, restaurants, exhibitions and popular summer evening concerts that can be found there.
Boulders Beach, located near Simon’s Town in Cape Town, South Africa, is known for its colony of African penguins. It is one of the few places in the world where you can observe these adorable and endangered creatures up close in their natural habitat. Boulders Beach has become a popular tourist destination due to the unique opportunity it offers to see and interact with the penguins. The beach itself is characterized by large granite boulders that provide sheltered coves and calm waters, creating an ideal environment for the penguins. Visitors to Boulders Beach can stroll along the wooden boardwalks that wind through the area, allowing for excellent viewpoints to observe the penguins as they go about their daily activities. The African penguins, also known as jackass penguins due to their distinctive braying call, are a protected species. Boulders Beach provides them with a sanctuary where they can breed and raise their young in relative safety. The site is managed by the South African National Parks authority, which ensures the preservation of the penguin colony and educates visitors about the importance of conservation.