Cape Town South Africa

Cape Town South Africa is hailed as one of the most beautiful cities, and regions in the world.

Cape Town has a great deal of culture. It was created on a history of architecture, cuisine, music and dance.

It is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. It is an amalgamation of the Indonesian, French Dutch, British and German settlers.

There are also the local Bushman and Hottentot tribes and the Bantu tribes from the north.

It is famous for its Harbour, natural setting in the Cape floral kingdom, and has well known landmarks such as Table Mountain and Cape Point.

Table Mountain Cape Town

Table Mountain - Cape Town

There are many fun things to do in Cape Town ranging from outdoor to indoor activities, both day and night.You can go on an adventure to Table Mountain, Devil’s Peak and Signal Hill. There are beautiful wine lands that are green in summer and red and gold in the autumn.

Go shopping at the sophisticated and stylish shopping malls. Haggle with shoppers at the Green Market Square Flea Market.

Robben Island
This one once home to famous political prisoners such as Nelson Mandela this is one of South Africa’s most visited tourist attractions.

Table Mountain National Park
There are about 2000 species of plants on Table Mountain. It forms one of the world's six floral kingdoms. Take a ride on the revolving cable car for a 10-minute ride to the top and enjoy the spectacular 360-degree views of the Cape peninsula.

Kirstenbosch Gardens
This is a world-famous national botanical garden. It is home to over 22 000 indigenous plants. Enjoy a stroll in the garden, a picnic on the plush lawns or a music concert on Sundays (during the summers).

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