It’s dramatic setting along the Cape Peninsula coastline with in the centre Table Mountain makes Cape Town South Africa’s most visited, most beautiful and most romantic city.
Table Mountain divides Cape Town into zones with residential areas, winelands, forests, public gardens, hiking routes and wilderness. Cape Town is vibrantly colourful, from the pastel-painted houses in Bo-Kaap to the bathing chalets at St. James beach.
The many different faces in the street are proof of South Africa’s rainbow nation. The range and quality of accommodation is brilliant, classy hotels, top-notch restaurants, bars and nightlife compare favourably with those of other cosmopolitan cities. Like many ports, Cape Town shows tourists a good time.
The Two Oceans Aquarium, Robben Island, the Waterfront, Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden and Table Mountain are on all tourists things to do list.
Your travel to Cape Town is not complete without visiting the ever-growing Cape Flats townships. Only then you can truly understand this city and catch a glimpse of its future.
From Cape Town it is easy to visit the other attractions of the Western Cape, the vineyards in the Winelands, the ostriches in Oudtshoorn, Cape of Good Hope and the Garden Route.
Further away the Little Karoos dry interior is punctuated by Afrikaner villages. Accommodation is easily found in luxury Guest Houses, hotels, B&B’s and Self Catering apartments.
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