The drive through the city center will take you along famous landmarks, like the Castle of Good Hope built in 1666 by the Dutch East India Company, the City Hall a large Edwardian building dating back to 1905, and the Grand Parade which is the main public square in Cape Town. Following the main road Adderley Street, you will see St. George's Cathedral, the Anglican Diocese of Nobel Peace Laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu. You will also pass by the Company Gardens and the Malay Quarter, also known as the Bo-Kaap that means Above Cape due to its location up against the slopes of the Table Mountain.
The locals settled in Cape Malay descend from the slavery trades happening in the early 18th century, the slaves were brought to Cape Town from Java, Ceylon and other far eastern regions. When slavery was abolished, their descendants settled there.
The tour continues exploring the craftsman skills of diamond cutting and jewelry manufacturing, discovering the history beyond the Diamond and Gold Trade in South Africa.
You will then keep going towards Table Mountain, going up on the revolving cable car, you will do this last bit on your own, reaching the top and enjoying the breathtaking view of the city and the ocean. On a clear day, you will also be able to see Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was kept in jail, and on the other side, you can spot Cape Point.