Explore Cape Town this Tourism Month September is National Tourism Month, which means it's the perfect opportunity to enjoy the warmer weather and explore some of Cape Town's local pocket-friendly treasures. Table Mountain: Aerial view from the top cable station Every year, the Mother City's natural beauty attracts thousands of tourists. They come to our shores to see Table Mountain, the Cape floristic region and Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden as well as to experience the vibrant culture of Khayelitsha, the Bo-Kaap, Robben Island and more.Our city has been recognised globally as a top tourist destination, and we hope you also take the opportunity to be a tourist in your own city. There are loads of destinations to choose from that aren't heavy on the pocket, from hippo-spotting at Rondevlei Nature Reserve, moonlight meanders and historical walks to visiting museums, picking strawberries and getting up close and personal with the Noon Gun. Read through the list of 50 things to do in Cape Town for R50 or less, and make plans to get out and explore Cape Town this Tourism Month.Some of the pocket-friendly tourism highlights include: First Thursdays Helderberg Nature Reserve Langa Cultural Precinct Lookout Hill Tourism Centre Rietvlei Wetlands ReserveFor more about what to do in and around Cape Town, visit Cape Town Tourism .