All the things you’re dying to ask but haven’t
In Cape Town you'll be immersed in the foodie scene, from fresh seafood to Cape Malay curries, you'll be well-fuelled for a hike in Table Mountain National Park, or a historic exploration of Robben Island. Then head to the pristine Waterberg and enjoy tranquil bush walks and boat trips, or head to Madikwe Game Reserve for the classic 'big 5', see if you can spot the famous wild dogs.
"Cape Town is hands down my favourite city in the world, I just love the variety that is on offer and the opportunity to get beneath the surface of the city."
Tom Harding, nemo Co-Founder
Explore Cape Town on foot, stopping off at lovely cafe's en route
Top Tip: Take advantage of the local nemo guides, they're always happy to offer their expertise and educate our travellers.
Expect big game in abundance when in Madikwe Game Reserve
Weather Watch: Cape Town can get chilly and rainy in July & August, but not enough to put you off travelling if you pack an open-mind.
Explore some incredible landscapes by road, by boat and on foot
Our carbon flight calculator
The carbon footprint for this trip is approximately 2.9 tonnes, which is equivalent to over 54,000 cups of coffee! This is based on a direct return flight from London Heathrow (LHR) to Tambo, Johannesburg (JNB). Chat to us to learn about the great offset options that we offer!
With every trip, we plant a tree in the nemo woodland, and donate 1% to Hello World, our chosen charity. We also use local hotels and partners wherever we can, so that your travel supports local businesses and the economy.