Cape Town Stops
As one of Africa’s most visited destinations the V&A Waterfront offers an abundance of unforgettable experiences. It’s also home to one of our ticket offices and the Harbour Cruise.
The Clock Tower
Located opposite the Nelson Mandela Gateway to Robben Island, this red-and-white building is known for its Victorian Gothic-style architecture.
Cape Town International Convention Centre
The CTICC hosts world-class conferences and events, catering to the interests of locals, tourists and businesspeople alike.
Situated at the bottom of Lower Long Street, overlooking the Cape Town International Convention Centre, the Foreshore stop is amid the hustle and bustle of the city.
81 Long Street
Home to one of our ticket offices. Enjoy great coffee and snacks and visit our Travel Depot, a new information and booking hub showcasing the best travel experiences the Cape has to offer.
Located in the historic Bo-Kaap, within walking distance of the Bo-Kaap Museum, Jewel Africa offers red bus ticket holders a free diamond and tanzanite experience.
Table Mountain Aerial Cableway
The red bus takes you directly to the cable cars that go up Table Mountain. Skip the ticket queue by buying your cableway ticket at our tour offices or from your bus driver.
Home to one of our ticket offices. Camps Bay is a cosmopolitan and trendy beachfront suburb with top restaurants and bars. The office is located just outside the luxurious Bay Hotel on Victoria Road.
The President Hotel, Bantry Bay
Situated in Bantry Bay, between the iconic Lion’s Head and the Atlantic Ocean.
St John's Road, Sea Point
Find yourself at the scenic seaside promenade, where you can take a short stroll to the next bus stop at Winchester Mansions or simply look out at the horizon and enjoy the fresh sea air.
Situated at the Sea Point promenade with beautiful seaside views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Green Point and Urban Park
Explore the country’s oldest working lighthouse, and visit the family-friendly Urban Park and world-class Cape Town Stadium.
St. George's Cathedral
Known as “the people’s cathedral” for its role in the resistance against apartheid, St. George’s Cathedral is the oldest in Southern Africa and the mother church of the Anglican Diocese of Cape Town.
South African Museum
The South African Museum houses more than one and a half million specimens ranging from 700-million year old fossils to T-shirts printed yesterday.
Mount Nelson Hotel
The most iconic luxury hotel in Cape Town situated within a lush garden estate.
SA Jewish Museum
A moving tribute to and detailed account of one of the great Jewish communities of the diaspora.
District Six Museum
A living memorial telling the tale of forced removals, cultural struggle, kinship and, ultimately, of redemption.
Castle of Good Hope
The oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa, located in the vibrant heart of Cape Town, opposite the Grand Parade and magnificent City Hall.
One of the truly great botanical gardens of the world, located on the slopes of Table Mountain and showcasing South Africa’s six different biomes.
Hop off here and hop on the Wine Tour bus for a visit to three of Constantia’s finest estates.
World of Birds
The largest bird park in Africa and home to over 3 000 birds (as well as baboons, meerkats, monkeys, marmosets and more).
Imizamo Yethu Township
A township on the slopes of the picturesque seaside suburb of Hout Bay and home of Original T-Bag Designs where you can enjoy a free cup of tea. Take a guided walking tour for a unique on-the-ground township experience.
A harbour-front emporium with Cape Town’s best fish and chips, the popular Bay Harbour Market, boat trips and Pietie Boy the seal.
Discover the oldest commercial wine estate in South Africa and indulge in its award-winning wines.
A pristine family-owned vineyard known for its beauty and award-winning wines.
Within walking distance of the Wine Tour interchange point, this is a beautiful, modern boutique wine farm.