Cape Town has plenty of history and entertainment on offer to sightsee. If the Cape Doctor (the South Easter wind) is too strong or, for some other reason, diving is not possible, we can dive into the Winelands, for some of the best wine tasting in the world. Cape Townhas many national monuments with interesting stories behind them and nature lovers can explore Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Gardens, beaches, walking trails and loads of other attractions in and around Cape Town.
The weather is quite fair throughout the year in Cape Town with winter months (May to August) being the wettest but with the rain comes some of the best False Bay diving. During summer (September to April) the air temperature can rise to 35 degrees Celcius in Cape Town and even higher inland. With temperatures this high, the South Easter is always welcome.
Cape Town can be visited all year round as Summer and Winter weather conditions allow diving in different parts of the Peninsula and touring can be done every month. July to September being very good months for diving, wild flowers and whale watching.
Full day and half day tours of Cape Town and surrounding area’s available: