Cape Town Safaris
Visit one of the finest cities in the world, Cape Town Safari, S. Africa, during the South African spring season. For spectacular flower displays, unusual safaris and other activities that prove the saying that you will find a world in one country here in Southern Africa. September through November is the time of year here for gentle, warm breezes before the heat of the summer. The temperatures in spring range from overnight lows between 10 degrees -15 degrees C (50 degrees -69 degrees F), to daytime highs between 20 degrees to 24 degrees C (70 degrees -75 degrees F) which means that taking your pick of over 100 fabulous sights and fun activities in comfortable weather will ensure you fill that itinerary! Bring your camera, and get ready for the time of your life The Best and Memorable Best African Safaris.
You may choose sightseeing at its best with the Red or Blue bus tours
You may choose sightseeing at its best with the Red or Blue bus tours. Each has over a dozen wonderful places, in which you can actually stop and visit, then catch the next bus with your ticket. The Red tour buses come round every 20 minutes, while the Blue tour has a bus every 45 minutes.
Riding on top of the open-topped bus gives you a ringside seat to view Mother Nature’s brilliant showcase of festive colors. Visit the scenic, lush vineyards in the Stellenbosch and Constantia valleys. Hopping on and off the bus whenever you want to experience these wonderful places in more detail is all part of the fun, allowing you to explore in your own time.
Of course, you can always rent a car to discover other locations further afield, such as the flowers all along the West Coast into Namaqualand. In the spring they will greet you with a dazzling variety of colors like a carpet spread out for your enjoyment. Here are just a few popular destinations you will definitely not want to miss off your schedule!+
Table Mountain Cape Town Safari
There are many ways to trek up this majestic famous mountain, overlooking the city. Climbing Platteklip Gorge is popular with those who are keen for more than a gentle stretch of their legs. Just be sure to bring water, and wear hiking shoes. You may also take the cable car for an easier assent to the flat top. The restaurant on your arrival is a welcome sight. Needless to say the view from there is spectacular – out over the vast Atlantic Ocean to the south and west, with Table Bay and Robben Island to the north.
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens Cape Town Safari
Here is another piece of nature’s paradise! There are incredibly beautiful flower gardens everywhere here, with pleasant, heavenly walkways. During the Cape Town spring there are no crowds, so it is great to take the time to meander, picnic under the wide branching oak trees or just stop to admire the view.
This exceptional beach has a colony of quirky African penguins nesting along the shoreline. Viewing them from a well-constructed boardwalk, it is easy to interact with them while they entertain you, waving their wings, and waddling all over the place. Penguins have wings as they are birds, but unlike most birds they do not use theirs to fly, but to swim. You too can swim with them in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean.
Aquila Game Reserve
You’ve seen those African wild animals on TV and movies. Now, take a land rover and see all the great safari wildlife first-hand. Have your camera ready for the rhinos, elephants, lions, giraffes, baboons, and other exotic creatures while on this malaria free game reserve!
Amazing rock pools entice you in for cooling dips, luxury chalets to cosset you by night, ancient rock art sites to view, and a host of other fun activities makes this one of the most popular safari destinations, just two hours out of Cape Town.
The southern tip of Africa beckons you to enjoy your vacation this spring. Contact us here at Come To Cape Town where we will look forward to welcoming you to our city and arranging your accommodation and tours, to ensure you get the most from your vacation and memories to treasure forever.