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Groot Constantia Wine Estate
1. Groot Constantia Wine Estate
Groot Constantia Wine Estate is the oldest and most prestigious in South Africa. Impressive! What's even more impressive is the selection of award-winning wines you can try on a Groot Constantia Wine Estate tour. We don't say this often, but, it's not just about the wine! With a history that goes way back to 1685, there's tradition and intrigue aplenty at this national heritage site in the Groot Constantia Valley. Visitors can explore the cellars, vineyards, and manor house, and there are also guided tours of the historic Cloete Cellar. Add to that some of the finest restaurants in the region, and you've got yourself a day trip to remember!
World of Birds Wildlife Sanctuary & Monkey Park
2. World of Birds Wildlife Sanctuary & Monkey Park
Africa's largest bird park has more than just aviaries! The sanctuary is also home to monkeys, myriad mammals, and reptiles. Across more than 100 aviaries you can see some 400 species of birds, including macaws, birds of prey, and flamingoes. Make sure to visit the Monkey Park where families of squirrel monkeys will be waiting to climb on your shoulders.
Robben Island Museum
3. Robben Island Museum
Robben Island Museum is located in Cape Town, South Africa and serves as a symbol of triumph over adversity. Nelson Mandela served 18 years in prison here before his walk to freedom, and many people come to see his cell. It's known for the ex-prisoners who now work as tour guides around the island. The standard tour to Robben Island is about 4 hours long with two half-hour ferry trips.
Two Oceans Aquarium
4. Two Oceans Aquarium
The Two Oceans Aquarium is one of the best family attractions to visit in Cape Town. Check out the giant tank where kids will love watching the scuba divers, and the jellies exhibition, which depicts the life of jellies from their microscopic start via mesmerising 3D sculptures. The ocean life surrounding the Cape can now be appreciated up close! The Two Oceans Aquarium is located at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town, South Africa.
Zeitz MOCAA Museum
5. Zeitz MOCAA Museum
The Zeitz MOCAA Museum has converted an old Cape Town grain silo that used to be an icon of the city's skyline into a modern architectural marvel, aiming to display the diverse range of African art from across the continent and its diaspora. Now the world's largest museum for contemporary African art, visitors can expect to see countless works of art across seven floors and some 100 galleries.

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Long March to Freedom.
Long March to Freedom is a site dedicated to 400 life-size bronze statues of individuals who struggled against oppressive policies in South Africa from the early 1700s to 1994.
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Cheetah Encounter
Cheetah Outreach is an education and community-based program created to raise awareness of the plight of the cheetah to campaign for its survival. The primary goal of the Cheetah Outreach is the conservation the free-roaming cheetah living on or around farmland in South Africa.
From $92.20

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