Welcome to beautiful Cape Town
You will never be bored in Cape Town. A city where the ocean and the mountains are as much a part of the city as its people, the opportunities to explore will keep visitors to this cosmopolitan city entertained and excited.
The oldest city in South Africa, Cape Town’s cultural heritage spans 300 years, with diverse colonial influences and traditional cultures coming together to fascinate visitors with a rich experience. Famously known as the place of Nelson Mandela’s imprisonment, Robben Island is situated just off the city’s coastline.
Other famous tourist attractions include Table Mountain and the internationally acclaimed Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden. Wine lovers will find that Cape Town has much to offer when it comes to fine wines, and visitors can experience Cape Town’s beautiful landscape when going on a wine tasting tour. The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is a unique experience where culture and high-end shopping come together in one breathtaking location, offering world-class accommodation and efficient transport methods.
Tourism routes such as the Cape Care Route, showcases sustainable development by taking tourists to destinations that highlights projects where people are actively accepting the responsibility of caring for the environment and others. This initiative promotes sustainable development in a practical way, while reaching the hearts and expanding the attitude of local and international visitors in a way that will unite and empower all the participating communities.
For more information visit Cape Town Tourism at www.capetown.travel
Travel safely in Cape Town
No matter where in the world you find yourself, it is important to be vigilant of your surroundings. We urge visitors, delegates and clients to the city to be cautious and observant of their surroundings in order to be safe and secure no matter where they find themselves.
The CTICC works closely with SAPS, the Central City Improvement District (CCID) and our own security services to ensure the safety of delegates in and around the city.
To find out how you can safeguard yourself, click on the Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID) brochure for helpful safety tips.