• Beautiful Table Mountain!
  • Robben  Island is a popular tourist destination and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1999.
  • Former president, Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 years in prison on Robben Island.
  • Elephant sculpture at the V&A Waterfront.
  • Some cute things to buy at the V & A Waterfront.
  • The V&A Waterfront offers a variety of shopping and entertainment options to visitors.
  • Moray eel at the Two Oceans Aquarium. They are frequently thought of as particularly vicious or ill-tempered animals. In truth, morays hide from humans in crevices and would rather flee than fight.
  • The clock tower at the V&A Waterfront in it's 'Design Capital 2014' colours.
  • The Trading Post at the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town.
  • Robben Island Museum (RIM) operates as a site or living museum. All the land on the island is owned by the State, with the exception of the island church.
  • Beautiful view of Table Mountain from the V&A Waterfront.
  • The Pirate Boat Cruise is very popular with many of the volunteers.
  • Post card fun at the V & A Waterfront, Cape Town.
  • Finding Nemo at the Two Oceans Aqauarium, V & A Waterfront.
  • The wheel of excellence at the V&A Waterfront.
  • Quay Four is one of the oldest restaurants on the V&A Waterfront and now a famous landmark, the terrace of the world-renowned downstairs tavern buzzes with locals and visitors, virtually every day of the year.
  • Unlike other fish, the Clownfish is able to swim freely between the poisonous tentacles of an anemone without being stung. This gives them protection and is a very good reason to take up residence!
  • Robben Island is reached by ferry from the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town and is open throughout the year, weather permitting, and tours of the island and prison are led by guides who were formerly prisoners there.
  • Heather meets Nelson Mandela (the beaded version of him)!
  • Why not do a historical walking tour of the V&A Waterfront. It takes 45 minutes to an hour and you get to visit 22 landmarks.
  • The Victorian Gothic-style Clock Tower has always been an icon of old docks and acted as the original Port Captain's office.
  • These statues are the central characters of Nobel Square (V&A Waterfront), dedicated to South Africa’s four Nobel Peace Prize laureates: Albert Luthuli, Desmond Tutu, FW de Klerk and Nelson Mandela.
  • The Wheel of Excellence at the V&A Waterfront.
  • The kelp forest display at the Two Oceans Aquarium at the V A& A Waterfront.
  • A huge beaded elephant at the V&A Waterfront.
  • A ragged tooth shark at the Two Oceans Aquarium.
  • Beautiful Table Mountain as seen from the V&A Waterfront.
  • Recycled tea bags are hand painted and decorated by people from a township in Hout Bay. These products are on sale at the indoor market near the Two Oceans Aquarium.
  • The V&A Waterfront is South Africa's most-visited destination, having the highest rate of foreign tourists of any attraction in the country.
  • The V&A Waterfront is South Africa's most visited destination, attracting millions of visitors every year!
  • The Wheel of Excellence at the V & A Waterfront.
  • Plan at least 3.5 hours for your Robben Island Tour and pack in warm clothing for the ferry trip. It can get very windy.
  • Dive with sharks, turtles and shoals of large predators such as yellowtail, dusky kob and musselcracker at the Two Oceans Aquarium - V&A Waterfront.
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