Why Cape Town?

Cape Town is not only a major conference hub but also a desired travel destination. With AOW leading the way for investment and business development in Africa's oil and gas sector, it only makes sense that we're hosted in the city known as the gateway to Africa. 

With 360-degree views from Table Mountain to white sandy beaches, Cape Town has stunning natural beauty, as well as the Cape winelands, fabulous cuisines and a mix of culture that makes it a major attraction for the global community. It is therefore no surprise that Cape Town is ranked among the top cities around the world.

Book your tours and activities through our official travel agent Wide Africa, who can help you save money while exploring all that Cape Town has to offer! 

Best things to do in Cape Town

Plan a trip to Table Mountain

Catch a cable car to the top of Table Mountain and enjoy a panoramic view of Cape Town!


Visit the Cape Winelands and Constantia Valley

There are over 2000 vineyards and wine estates in the Western Cape. The Winelands are home to South Africa's premier wine estates and Constantia Valley has some of South Africa's oldest wine producing estates.

Learn about South African History

Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for nearly 20 years, and the District Six Museum, telling of South Africa's Apartheid, are must-visits museums of Cape Town.

Visit the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront

The waterfront, praising stunning views of the Table Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean, offers restaurants, bars, shops, entertainment and events all year round.

Enjoy the widely recognized Gastronomy of the city

Cape Town is home to the world's best gastronomy restaurants and afternoon teas.


Stroll through the Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden

Founded in 1913 to preserve South Africa's unique flora, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden has more than 7,000 indigenous species.

Meet the Penguins

Throughout the year, African penguins are local inhabitants of Boulders Beach. Tours run daily to observe them and they are most active at sunrise or sunset.

For even more ideas of what to do in the Western Cape, visit Cape Town Tourism, Cape Town's official regional tourism organisation.