Cape Town’s colourful crucible

City Bowl

Cape Town’s City Bowl is aptly named, considering that it is a self-contained area nestled within the curved arms of Table Mountain
About the area

The City Bowl is neatly situated between the bustling harbour of the V&A Waterfront and mountains that are littered with historical neighbourhoods such as the Bo-Kaap, Oranjezicht and Tamboerskloof. As the oldest town in the Western Cape, the City Bowl offers age-old attractions that will captivate you, whether you’re on foot or enjoying the view from above.

When enjoying any of our scenic flights, be sure to look out for South Africa’s oldest building, the Castle of Good Hope – its pentagonal structure looks magnificent from above and its sheer size will leave you awe-struck. Another point of interest to try and spot is Greenmarket Square; a popular attraction of the city centre, its cobbled streets will probably not be visible as the area will be covered with the colourful rooftops of the kiosk-style vendors that populate the crowded space. While you’re enjoying the view, scan the slopes of Table Mountain for Rhodes Memorial, a curious and shrine-like feature of the landscape that boasts a multitude of Grecian-style columns and a bevy of lion sculptures.

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Excellent professional staff with very high quality equipment. Some super pre-arranged tours & also bespoke itineraries. We’ve had a number of flights already this trip and have booked more. Our pilot Guy had added hugely to the enjoyment
Important Flight Information
Please arrive 30 minutes before your flight. NAC offers a complimentary vehicle transfer service within the CBD, Green Point, Sea Point and Waterfront area.
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