Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
Colorful and vibrant, the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens are hailed as some of the best South Africa has to offer. With Table Mountain forming a majestic backdrop, Kirstenbosch boasts an impressive array of flora and fauna to please nature lovers.
The world-famous Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens are home to a staggering range of plant species, many of which are extremely rare or endangered. The sprawling gardens cover 36 hectares of the 528-hectare estate, the rest of which features beautiful forest and protected mountain areas.
This elegant hotel in Cape Town is just a short drive from Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, so it's the ideal option for anyone wanting to visit this wonderful attraction.
Immerse yourself in natureVisit the lush gardens of Kirstenbosch and experience the beauty of the African continent first-hand. Kirstenbosch dates back to 1913 and was established in order to promote conservation and to display the glorious native flora of South Africa.
You can see many exotic species of African plants in the gardens or at the Botanical Society Conservatory, both under the warm South African sun on the slopes of Table Mountain. In 2004, Kirstenbosch and its surrounding area became a UNESCO World Heritage Site - the first botanical garden in the world to receive such an accolade. Their mission is to promote the sustainable use, conservation, appreciation and enjoyment of the exceptionally rich plant and animal life of South Africa, for the benefit of all people.
Pre-book tickets online and explore Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens when you stay at the Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront, Cape Town. The hotel is ideally situated to discover the city’s natural attractions.