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1- or 2-day Cape Town Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus tour

  • 1- or 2-day Cape Town Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus tour
  • Hop between the sights with a choice of four different bus routes
  • Visit attractions such as Camps Bay, Table Mountain, and the Cape winelands
1- or 2-day Cape Town Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus tour
From US$ 13.74
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Premium ticket (2 Day)Most Popular
Includes: Sunset picnic tour to Signal Hill / 30 Minute V&A Seal and harbour cruise / Free walking tour of Cape Town city / Valid for 2 consecutive days on the bus
US$ 20.61
Classic Ticket (1 Day)
Includes: 1 day on all routes / Free Walking tour of Cape Town city
US$ 13.74
Make the most of your time in Cape Town with a full-day hop-on hop-off bus pass and take in the sights at your own pace. Explore four different bus routes, stopping at attractions such as Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Table Mountain, and the Cape Winelands; enjoy a Cape Town city walking tour; or upgrade to include a Signal Hill sunset tour and a boat cruise to Seal Island.
What to Expect

This City Sightseeing Cape Town hop-on hop-off tour highlights the best of this South African coastal gem. Enjoy the convenience and easy-access of an open top, double-decker bus as you check out all of the Cape Town highlights. A Classic 1-day ticket is the perfect option for travelers with limited time and can be used to access any of the 4 loops. The Red City Tour Route highlights 12 city highlights, including a stop at the door of the Table Mountain Cableway station, the Camps Bay sunset strip, and the Two Oceans Aquarium. The Yellow Downtown tour stops at all of the important museums in the city and shows you old Cape Town, which includes the balcony that Nelson Mandela made his famous freedom speech from. The Blue Mini Peninsula Route offers 14 stops, including the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, the World of Birds park in Hout Bay, the walking tour at the Imizamo Yethu township, and the Hout Bay harbour for boat trips to Seal island. Travelers who opt for the Blue Route can also enjoy the Purple Wine Tour Route to access the oldest winemaking region is the country. Travelers with a bit more time can opt for the Premium 2-day ticket, which includes the addition of a sunset picnic tour and a choice of a V&A Seal and harbor cruise or a cruise along the Cape Town canal. This popular tour is easy to personalize since travelers can hop on or off the bus as many times as they choose. Buses depart from select stops every 15 minutes on the Red and Yellow Route and every 20 minutes on the Blue and Wine Route.

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Reviewed 2 days ago
A fun-must for Cape Town break-away

Friends of ours recommended that we take the red-bus tour in the Cape. We really enjoyed it and can recommend it wholeheartedly as well! We really enjoyed it. It is relaxing, informative, well-packaged. We've done busses over-seas but it was so nice to do this...More

Thank Louwna
Reviewed 3 days ago
Let your hair down

Whenever I have friends from overseas we go on the tour to Constantia. A visit to Kirstenbosch Garden is a great way to start the day. Then the first wine-tasting at Groot Constantia. Take your time and enjoy. (Suggestion: If you like to walk a...More

Thank Jazzmin11_11
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Sisters trip

Me and my sister stayed um Cape Town during 3 days and we visit Cape Town in its whole and main points with Sightseeing, they are always ready to help you in all the questions you may have and also they really help you to...More

Thank luarazagnolo
Reviewed 1 week ago
Little confusing sometimes

Experienced Hop-On-Hop-Off (HoHo) in several European cities. We did it in Capetown too. It is nice to have informative explanations on the headset, while resting your feet from walking. The signboards at the busstops are a bit confusing. Once we stood there and reas 'no...More

Thank Mwende-MoNiQue
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Nice sightseeing buses

We had never been on hop on hop off buses before and really liked the concept. Cape Town is a very circular city that way and we could get off at popular points and the views along the route were just amazing. The best part...More

Thank AyushiChandra
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Response from OMAR-THIAB | Reviewed this property |
Hello ; Buy it online ( it is cheaper) once you buy it ; you will receive a barcode; keep it with you ( via mobile ) or print it out. Once you get in the bus the driver will scan it and give you back your ticket. The... More
22 June 2018|
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