Cape Town – Top 10 things to do

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world’s most beautiful cities and with so much to do, we thought we would give you ten
suggestions of things to do while visiting Cape Town.\
\ If you want to see penguins up close in their
natural environment then head to Boulder’s Beach near Simonstown. This penguin colony
has become a big hit with tourists.\ \
For a meal overlooking the beach or to sip a glass of wine and watch the sun go down,
try Camps Bay. This chique part of Cape Town sits under the imposing Twelve apostles moutain
backdrop and has lovely sandy beaches. \ \
South Africa’s most popular visitor attraction is the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. The
V and A has shops, restaurants and the Two Oceans Aquarium. \
\ From the waterfront you can take a boat trip
to Robben Island. You could say this is Cape Town’s alcatraz, because it was used to hold
prisoners including none other than Nelson Mandela. \
\ You can’t leave Cape Town without visiting
a wine farm. The Winelands that surround the city are very scenic or if you can’t travel
far try Cape Town’s oldest winefarm at Groot Constantia. \
\ Hout Bay is well worth a visit. You could
reach it by the scenic Chapman’s Peak drive. While you’re here you may want to take a boat
trip out to Seal Island. \ \
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens is on the eastern slops of Table Mountain. It has only indigenous
plants and is sometimes a beautiful setting for music concerts. \
\ In the centre of Cape Town head to Company
Gardens. From here you can reach plenty of the city’s museums and galleries and it is
within walking distance of the nightlife of Long Street\
\ \
The Cape Point and the surrounding nature reserve is world famous for the amazing number
of plant species found within a relatively small area. You can climb up to the lighthouse
and also see where see the early European explorers first landed here.\
\ You cannot leave Cape Town without visiting
the top of the iconic table mountain. YOu can walk up or take the cable car, but the
views at the top are defnitely worth seeing. Just check the weather before you go.\
\ That’s ten suggestions but here at
we have dozens of videos on things to do in Cape Town as well as accommodation, tours
and places to eat. You can search by area or by subject and our videos will show you
round this fantastic city. \ \

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