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Cape Town: The Cape Wheel Ticket

1. Cape Town: The Cape Wheel Ticket

Enjoy a spectacular 360-degree panoramic views of the Mother City from the iconic and vibrant V&A Waterfront on the Cape Wheel. With 30 fully enclosed, air conditioned cabins which gently rise 40 metres above the ground in safety and comfort, it’s fun for the whole family, all year long. From a vantage point high in the sky, gorgeous views of Table Mountain, Robben Island, the Cape Town city skyline, and local mountains are unveiled. The breath-taking display is enjoyed for four revolutions a ride, lasting about 15 minutes. Two wheelchair-friendly cabins are available, making this an inviting experience for everyone. The Wheel of Excellence, now also known as the Cape Wheel, was designed by Ronald Bussink, and was constructed in Germany in 2007. The wheel, which stands 50 metres high and takes nearly a week to assemble, has travelled around the world, visiting Belgium twice, Germany twice, and Sweden from 2009-2010. It first visited Cape Town in 2010 where it was initially meant to remain for only a six-month period during the FIFA World Cup. But since then it has found a permanent home at the V&A Waterfront, the oldest working harbor in Cape Town.

Museum of Contemporary African Art: Fast-Track Zeitz MOCAA

2. Museum of Contemporary African Art: Fast-Track Zeitz MOCAA

Visit the world's largest museum for contemporary African art in the heart of the V&A Waterfront with skip-the-line access. This museum includes 6,500 square meters (about 69,965 square feet) of exhibition space in 100 galleries, a rooftop sculpture garden, state-of-the-art storage and conservation areas, a bookshop, a restaurant, a bar and various reading rooms. Explore the galleries and atrium space at the center of Zeitz MOCAA. Learn how they were carved from the silo's dense cellular structure of 42 tubes that pack the building. Discover why this museum is an important cultural landmark and how it contributes to a stronger appreciation of Africa's cultural heritage.

Cape Town: African drum show & wine tasting at Silvermist

3. Cape Town: African drum show & wine tasting at Silvermist

Head to Silvermist Vineyards in Cape Town, where you will take in exquisite views of Table Mountain and the Twelve Apostles. Meet the owner of the estate and taste 4 delicious local wines. Then, be entertained by the world's top percussionists in Drumstruck - a live, energetic African extravaganza of drumming, music and dance. After you arrive at the entrance to Silvermist Estate (home to the famous La Colombe restaurant), drive up the winding mountain path to reach the Drumstruck venue, which overlooks the Constantia Valley. Here, you'll meet Gregory Louw, the owner and winemaker at Silvermist Organic Wine Estate. Gregory will entertain you with stories about the area and his winemaking journey while you sample 4 beautiful wines, including a couple of Silvermist's organic wines. For kids and those who prefer, there is a delicious organic iced rooibos tea tasting on offer. Then, head into the theatre, where you'll see the largest private collection of traditional Southern African musical instruments. Settle into your seats as the Drumstruck show begins. Facilitated by some of South Africa’s top percussionists and performers, Drumstruck creates a sense of Africa that is undeniably genuine and heartfelt. You will be taken on a journey through the musical heritage of Southern Africa – from the first drum through to the newest high tech electronic drums. Each audience member is provided with their own djembe drum and gets to play and sing along with the show, sharing in the collective celebration that exemplifies African music and culture. After the show, you will have the opportunity to order some food or drinks at the bar and listen to live marimba music. You can also browse the curio and wine shop where you can purchase the wines you tasted earlier in the day, or an African artefact to take home with you. 

Cape Town: District Six Museum Skip-the-Line Entrance Ticket

4. Cape Town: District Six Museum Skip-the-Line Entrance Ticket

Learn about the harrowing history of apartheid-era South Africa at the District Six Museum in Cape Town. Find out how this lively multi-racial hub for musicians and artists was dismantled by the apartheid regime through forced removals. Engage with photographs, recordings and testimonials, which offer further insight into the horrors of the apartheid system. Share in the stories of District Six with engaging and friendly staff members. Many were displaced residents themselves and have intimate and personal stories to tell.

Cape Town: World of Birds & Animal Sanctuary

5. Cape Town: World of Birds & Animal Sanctuary

Step into Africa’s largest bird sanctuary and one of the few large bird parks in the world. Visitors can get up close and personal with birds indigenous to South Africa, including ostriches, cormorants, pelicans, penguins and parrots. Avery guides are available to explain these fascinating feathered creatures and their various behaviours. World of Birds also hosts a Monkey Jungle, where visitors can interact with the inquisitive resident Squirrel Monkeys. It’s a fun-filled and informative day out for the whole family, and a real paradise for nature lovers, photographers and kids. Don’t miss a walk through the Magic Forest, a fun trail that offers magical delights alongside bird sightings. When you encounter a parrot, say hello and wait for a response. Take short walk through Monkey Jungle where little monkeys may sit on your shoulder. 

Safari Park Hotel Show & Dinner Experience In Nairobi Tour

6. Safari Park Hotel Show & Dinner Experience In Nairobi Tour

Safari Cats Dancers & Acrobats Rare, wild, exotic, captivating, hybrid dance, Nairobi’s outstanding cabaret show are among the expressions used ... when describing the Safari Cats Dancers and Acrobats. It is a kaleidoscope of colour, acrobatics and raw excitement. The fabulous Safari Cats Dancers and Acrobats is a team of professionally trained and choreographed dancers who perform nightly at the Nyama Choma Ranch ( 9.00 p.m. to 9.45 p.m. ) offering live and dynamic performance, a colourful fusion of African cultural and classic dance featuring some spectacular acrobatics and drumming The Safari Cats dancing troupe was founded in 1992, the show was originally directed by the famous choreographer, Sir Francis Demateau and Emma Carter and is constantly refreshed and updated by our resident choreographer and costume designer; and each new incarnation of music, dance and costume is especially adapted to reflect the changing moods of the season. The music and dance is uniquely themed; Fever dance features a goddess of love from the Egyptian Kingdom who ruled with great power and men were all slaves, Baganda a traditional woman dance emphasizing lets love ourselves and appreciate our beauty, Safari Kenya is a Kenyan nationality unity dance, the dancers are dressed in the Kenyan national flag to show the gracefulness of the country Kenya, it welcomes the audience to Kenya and last but not least is the Finale, a celebration dance after hard work, the dancers rejoice in music after attaining their goals. Every show is amazing! The Safari Cats dancers and acrobats not only perform in the hotel but are on demand and have traveled to many parts of the World due to their unique show, they are appreciated wherever they go. For your launch or that special event the Safari Cats dancers and acrobats will be honoured to grace your event and indeed your guests will be impressed by the great entertainment. They are a must watch and you can only catch up with them at the Nyama Choma Ranch, African Restaurant, dine and enjoy the Safari Cats Dancers and Acrobats.

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4.6 / 5

based on 335 reviews

This was our second time and it surely won’t be the last. We enjoyed the wine tasting as well as the Drumstruck performance. You won’t regret and surely we will be back again. We are lucky to have it on our doorstep but to those who are visiting it should be a must enjoy

Absolutely amazing experience, 100% recommended. Lovely wine tasting by the very knowledgeable owner, farmer and wine maker Greg and then a fabulous performance by Drum Struck who took us through the history of African music. A very lovely afternoon.

The exhibits were masterful and the facility is amazing. There were many mediums represented and pieces from SA and around the world. It was just enough. Something exciting around every corner but not so long that you felt drained and overwhelmed.

The staff is so kind , humble and welcoming. The (Miss) tour guider ......wooow she knows the story. Having sound human relations with the tourists. Excellent tour yo the uphill constitution street

The experience is amazing, beautiful performances. It was great playing the drum