experience cape town

The most beautiful city in the world is sure to keep you entertained with something for everyone.



Cape Town has a rich history and jaw-dropping scenery. The 'Mother City' is often referred to as a cultural melting pot combining different traditions from all over the world to form a unique South African flavour. Cape Town can be experienced through its significant architecture, museums and cuisine. Whether you want to explore the city, hike one of our many mountains, or experience a true South African braai, Moondance will make it all a possibility.


The summer season in Cape Town is often referred to as Mediterranean; with long warm sunny days. Cape Town is situated on a peninsula, allowing one to enjoy a stunning sunrise over False Bay from Muizenberg beach in the early morning, followed by an exquisite sunset in the late evening. Whilst summer officially starts in December, the weather is warm from October through to the end of March.


Winter season in Cape Town starts in May and lasts through to September, and whilst it is not as warm as the summer months it is still pleasant and filled with frequent sunny days. Winter activities in Cape Town and the Western Cape include hiking, wine tours and sightseeing.
the world is at your doorstep, from scenic hikes to blue flag beaches, we have it all.


the world is at your doorstep, from scenic hikes to blue flag beaches, we have it all.

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Cape Town Beaches

Go further along the Atlantic Seaboard and meet the unmatched beauty of the surrounding suburbs: Bantry Bay, Clifton and Camps Bay. Ocean views and white sandy beaches are ensconced by breath taking ocean and mountain views.

world class cuisine

From Michelin stars to rooftop bars, Capetonians love to eat. Fresh local ingredients a farm-to table approach in combination with a melting pot of cultures, makes for a brilliantly diverse, globally inspired culinary landscape. The Test Kitchen, owned by revered chef Luke Dale Roberts, been showered with awards since this inventive fine dining restaurants inception. If you’re interested in something more relaxed try its casual sister restaurant, The Pot Luck Club, for tapas-style small plates.

Table Mountain

One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World; Table Mountain needs no introduction. Table Mountain rises 1,086m above the city of Cape Town, and is the city’s most recognisable landmark. The mountain is more than just an icon of Cape Town; it is also home to a vast array of flora and fauna, native only to the area. Table Mountain’s abundance of biodiversity paired with its picture-perfect landscape creates a truly incredible experience for visitors. The world-famous cable car has made access to the top more comfortable, although the mountain hasn’t lost any of its appeal to hikers, rock climbers and nature lovers.

Signal Hill

Arguably best bird’s eye view of the Atlantic Seaboard, Signal Hill connects Kloof Nek to Lion’s Head in the distinctive shape of a lion’s rump. Locals have long favoured the spot, with its vantage point of 350m high, when packing a picnic basket and champagne.

Countryside and winelands

Hundred-year-old vineyards, complete with cascading hillsides and some of the world’s finest wines are a mere 40 minutes from Moondance’s doorstep. Spontaneously decide to pack the bare essentials and head out to discover the wonder that is the romantic Wine Route; an area steeped in history, tradition and incredible cuisine. The Wine-lands is the dining capital of Africa, with award-winning wineries and restaurants at every turn.

Cape Point Nature Reserve

Cape Point lies at the most southern tip of the Cape Peninsula and is a declared World Heritage site and a nature enthusiast’s paradise. With rockfaces and sheer cliffs standing over 200 metres above the sea, the park is rich in bio-diversity. Home to the Flying Dutchman Funicular and the Two Oceans restaurant, visiting the Cape Point Nature Reserve makes for a wonderful day-trip.

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