Articles tagged with: Two Oceans Aquarium
More than just a centre for entertainment and housing for fish, the Waterfront’s Two Oceans Aquarium (Stop 1) can boast in its being, sustainably GREEN. Read and be inspired.
A visit to the Aquarium with Sofia Tosolari
Ever wanted to experience Cape Town’s hotpots in a unique way? Try the new City Sightseeing Sidecar Tours! For only R270 you get an amazing ride to Blouberg Beach with your private chauffeur! Read about Cato’s journey to the Waterfront and Blouberg on the sidecar.
Explore this experience offered by City Sightseeing Cape Town. Written by Cato de Vos
The V&A Waterfront really does have it all! Watch this quirky video, where the crazy characters enjoy some fishy fun at the Two Oceans Aquarium (Bus Stop 1), visit the Clock Tower (Bus Stop 2), and have fun singing and dancing with the locals.
Explore this experience offered by the City Sightseeing Red City Tour. Written by City Sightseeing
Join Shelly as she tours Cape Town seeking to tick items off her sightseeing bucket list. Her list includes things such as: A trip up Table Mountain, stand on a world famous balcony and complete a run through the City Bowl. Read more, to see what other interesting things she was able to tick off her list.
Get to know more about the different bus stops on the Red City Tour and the Blue Mini Peninsula Tour. Written by Shelly Finch
The long Easter weekend is almost here, so if you are still looking for things to keep the little people in your life entertained and occupied, here are some ideas and special Easter events. Cape Town has lots of free outdoor entertainment for kids, I find its also well worth the effort to take them to some of the special events in and around Cape Town throughout the year.
Get to know more about the different bus stops on the Red City Tour and the Blue Mini Peninsula Tour. Written by Kim Baxen
The Red City Tour has enabled me to see the whole of my city in just one day as all its stops are very conveniently placed throughout the city. Join me as I travel our beautiful city and learn so much more about Cape Town.
I’ve been on many a City Sightseeing bus tour around the world, but for some reason always put off going on one in my own city. I finally got that chance, and much more, after entering and winning the “Ready to Welcome the World” competition. I took my mom and sister along for the day, and the weather played along perfectly.
By: Kerryn-Leigh Anderson
Special Double Decker Deals keep families entertained during the July holidays
Cape Town, South Africa, July 2009 – Contrary to the belief that the City Sightseeing Cape Town bus is for tourists only, it was only after a chance encounter and a bored 9 year old during the July holidays that I succumbed and decided on a local city trip on the big red double decker bus.
Like it? Get your ticket for ‘the best way to see Cape Town’ www.citysightseeing.co.za/castle-of-good-hope
With Nelson Mandela’s 91st Birthday on Saturday 18 July 2009, ‘Mandela Day’ was launched internationally. The idea behind this: “Mr. Mandela has spent 67 years making the world a better place. We’re asking you for 67 minutes.”
Like it? Get your ticket for ‘the best way to see Cape Town’ www.citysightseeing.co.za/Two-Oceans-Aquarium