V and A Waterfront
Independent, impartial reviews of V and A Waterfront from SafariNow users
The scenery is amazing, relaxing and refreshing. The experience cannot be fully described by words, you need to experience a walk on the V and A Waterfront to be able understand and relate to the narrations of those who are able to do so. Therefore, if you can afford, please visit the V and A Waterfront for amazing acts, boat rides, actual- and/or window shopping, tasty meals...the list goes on. The is an interest for every one, from pensioners to the middle aged to the newly wedded to students, teenagers and children. Its a one in a million experience, try it.
13 September 2012
The Waterfront is the first thing to do on a tourist's list. Sporting a large shopping mall, and many more little shops; you will be spoilt for choice. Stroll around, eat out at the fabulous restaurants. Balthazars and Den Anker are my top favourites. Go on a sun down boat trip, or even as far as Robben Island for a tour. There is something for everyone.
29 August 2012
Our all time favourite vacation locale. We try and stay at the Waterfront Apartments because primarily of the security and easy acessibility. Also SafariNow.com is a very reliable site to make bookings from. The best shoppping and resturants are close by. For convenience there is the cinema and the food court ( under renovation now). Also this is a great hub to see the rest of Western Cape from, the vinyards, Cape point, Stellenbosch, Hermanus etc.
20 August 2012
This is the ideal getaway holiday location situated within walking distance to the most famous V&A Waterfront. Luxurious Self catering apartments ranging from one, two and three bedrooms with everything you need under one roof with excellent views of the yacht basin or waterfront canal.
01 June 2012
The V&A Waterfront has become South Africa's most visited and famous destination. It is situated between Robben Island and Table Mountain in the heart of Cape Town's working harbour. Set against a backdrop of magnificent sea and mountain views this world-famous Waterfront has exciting shopping and entertainment venues as well as world-class hotels and luxury apartments in the residential marina. Comeand discover and experience for yourself.
01 June 2012
It's easy to spend a day in the Waterfront just people watching, listening to live music, shopping, eating in one of the many restaurants, or just stopping for a coffee. But there is so much more to see & do - the Aquarium, a visit to Robben Island, take a boat trip, or a ride on Cape Town's answer to the London Eye - except you go round four times instead of one!! We love it!
03 November 2011