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Table Mountain National Park
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Table Mountain National Park, Cape Town
Table Mountain National Park, Cape Town
Table Mountain National Park, Cape Town
Cape Town is a favorite city of many who travel here. Why? It is a beautiful, coastal city with Table Mountain as its backdrop. The food and nightlife are great, the area around Cape Town is sprinkled with wineries, Table Mountain is fun for hiking and exploring, and the Cape of Good Hope makes a great day trip. You could easily spend a week here and do something very different each day.
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V&A Waterfront
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V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
Boulders Beach: Boulders Beach is famous for its colony of African penguins. Situated along the coastline of Simons Town, the nature reserve looks like the Seychelles with its ancient granite boulders, turquoise waters, and soft white sand. Entrance is R 152.00 for international visitors and R 39.00 for locals. Go Wine Tasting: Just outside of Cape Town is where you’ll find South Africa’s award-winning Winelands. Stellenbosch, Franschoek and Elgin Valley boast a massive number of wine farms that you can explore. The best part is that most tastings will only cost between .....R 25 to R 100 at each farm. I’d also highly recommend taking the Franschhoek wine tram. You can choose from a number of routes and hop on and off at the different wineries. Tickets are R 240 per person and don’t include the wine tasting fees at each estate. Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens: Kirstenbosch is one of the best things to do in Cape Town. If you’re visiting the city during the summer months, you can attend one of the sunset concerts. During the day, you can wander along the many walking trails, get a birds-eye view of the gardens from on top of the Boomslang Walkway or have a picnic. Entrance is R 70 per person. Labia Theater: The Labia Theater is the oldest running Independent Art-Repertory theater in South Africa. It shows independent films, foreign films, and historical cinema. Plus, tickets only cost R 40! Sea Point Pool: The Sea Point Pool is a beautiful public pool that’s only minutes from my apartment in Cape Town. It only costs R 23 per person for the entire day, and you’ll have access to a 50m Olympic size pool, a fun pool, and a kiddie splash pools. Visit the Food Markets: Cape Town is home to delicious food markets that sell everything from gourmet avo on toast to fresh produce. My favorite one is Oranjezicht City Farm Market (followed closely by the Neighbourhood Market in Woodstock), Mojo Market in Sea Point and the V&A Waterfront Food Market. Show less
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Robben Island
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Robben Island, Cape Town
Robben Island, Cape Town
Robben Island, Cape Town
Robben Island, Cape Town
The invitation to visit Guimaras and participate in its mangrove sustainability activities by the estimable Marine Biologist, Dr. Miguel Fortes, was both an honor and a fantastic opportunity to know the island, and to have an active involvement on Mother Nature-nurturing activities, for my daughter and for myself.
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Boulders Beach
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Boulders Beach, Cape Town
Boulders Beach, Cape Town
Boulders Beach, Cape Town
Boulders Beach, Cape Town
Boulder’s Beach is home to the African penguin colony. They have built a series of boardwalks through the area which allow you to come within feet of the penguins and their nesting area. They are the only penguins on the African continent found just outside Simon’s Town.
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Table Mountain
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Table Mountain, Cape Town
Table Mountain, Cape Town
Table Mountain, Cape Town
Table Mountain, Cape Town
Table Mountain, Cape Town
No visit to Cape Town is complete without a trip to the iconic Table Mountain. The state of the art cable-way revolves 360 degrees for an epic view as you travel up the mountain. You and the kids will be in awe of the breathtaking vistas. Once you’ve reached the top, be sure to treat the kids to a delicious slice of pizza at Table Mountain Cafe. Strollers are allowed on the cable-way, and the designated walkways are very child friendly. *Note: From May to September each year, during Cableway’s Kidz .....Season, two children ride for free with an adult who has purchased a return ticket online or from the Lower Cable Station. Show less
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Cape Point
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Cape Point, Cape Town
Cape Point, Cape Town
Cape Point, Cape Town
Cape Point, Cape Town
Boulders Beach is located on the Cape Peninsula, so once you’re there, just another half hour of driving will get you to Cape Point! While this is not actually the southern tip of Africa as was once believed, it is still the southwestern tip of Africa, and while I suppose you could say that counts for something, it’s mostly popular today due to its rugged, gorgeous coastline. Visiting Boulders Beach and the Cape of Good Hope is an extremely popular day trip from Cape Town–if you can’t or would rather not rent .....a car, consider booking a tour to help you visit this stunning section of the Cape Peninsula. Show less
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Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden
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Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Town
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Town
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Town
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Town
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Town
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Town
Dubbed as the most beautiful garden in Africa, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is acclaimed as one of the great botanic gardens of the world. Visiting Kirstenbosch was a top priority to me, especially when I saw the photos of the Kirstenbosch Centenary Tree Canopy. This floating boardwalk made of curved steel and timber winds and dips its way through and over the trees. The design was inspired by a snake skeleton and is informally called ‘The Boomslang’, meaning ‘tree snake’ in Afrikaans. The walkway begins on the forest floor and bursts out above .....the canopy 12 metres high, giving spectacular panoramic vistas of the surrounding mountains, Garden and Cape Flats. Unfortunately, the walkway is only 130 metres long so it can get quite busy in the middle section, but if you wait just a little you can enjoy the views in peace. Show less
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Gardens
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Gardens, Cape Town
Gardens, Cape Town
The Kirstenbosch National Botanic Gardens features native plants from Cape Town as well as all over the country of South Africa. It was established in 1913 and is set with a background of Table Mountain. Visitors may enjoy a hike starting from the garden to the top of Table Mountain. 
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Chapman's Peak
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Chapman's Peak, Cape Town
Chapman's Peak, Cape Town
Chapman's Peak, Cape Town
Chapman's Peak, Cape Town
Chapman's Peak, Cape Town
From Kommetjie, drive in the direction of Sunnydale, then Chapman’s Peak. The Chapman’s Peak Drive along Hout Bay is undoubtedly the highlight of this loop. If I were to move to Cape Town, I would live here, at Hout Bay. The bay is one of the most beautiful I’ve ever seen, with majestic rocky mountains on two sides, the deep blue water and the magnificent Sentinel (mountain) guarding its entrance. The Chapman’s Peak Drive is a spectacular route that offers unforgettable views of the bay. Drive slowly and stop at the .....various viewpoints for some magnificent scenery. If you’re lucky (like I was), you might spot some Southern Right whales (the best time for this is October/November). Plan a meal at Mariner’s Wharf in Hout Bay on your way back to Cape Town to enjoy the views and the mouth-watering garlic butter prawns and calamari. Upon reaching Hout Bay, head towards Llandudno and along Victoria Drive, past the Twelve Apostles, back to Cape Town. The whole experience of this daytrip is truly inspiring. Booking.com (function(d, sc, u) { var s = d.createElement(sc), p = d.getElementsByTagName(sc)[0]; s.type = 'text/javascript'; s.async = true; s.src = u + '?v=' + (+new Date()); p.parentNode.insertBefore(s,p); })(document, 'script', '//aff.bstatic.com/static/affiliate_base/js/flexiproduct.js'); Show less
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IZIKO BO-KAAP MUSEUM
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IZIKO BO-KAAP MUSEUM, Cape Town
IZIKO BO-KAAP MUSEUM, Cape Town
IZIKO BO-KAAP MUSEUM, Cape Town
IZIKO BO-KAAP MUSEUM, Cape Town
IZIKO BO-KAAP MUSEUM, Cape Town
This colorful district of Cape Town is home to a large Cape Malay community (primarily Muslim descendants of former slaves from southeast Asia). It’s perfect to wander on foot: stop for curry and samoosas, browse the stalls at Greenmarket Square, visit the Bo Kaap Museum, and marvel at the oldest mosque in South Africa.
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Bay Harbour Market
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Bay Harbour Market, Cape Town
Bay Harbour Market, Cape Town
Bay Harbour Market, Cape Town
Bay Harbour Market, Cape Town
Bay Harbour Market, Cape Town
A blend of mysterious locals and visitors, this town is bustling with people. Crowded with people, so much so that one needs to be wary when on the streets. However, it is a must-visit if you like some street food, used books to read along and some clothes shopping. All these things are available here at a good price, including the infamous vegan bakery proffering satiating cookies and other yummy things to relish. Looking For Stay in London here areTop 10 Hotels in London
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Signal Hill
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Signal Hill, Cape Town
Signal Hill, Cape Town
Signal Hill, Cape Town
Signal Hill, Cape Town
Signal Hill, Cape Town
Next up on our itinerary after spending half the morning at the Table Mountain was Signal Hill, also known as Lion’s Rump, since together with the Lion’s Head, it looks like a coaching lion sphinx. Signal Hill was so named because it used to be the place where signal flags were placed to communicate weather warnings as well as anchoring instructions for visiting ships so that they are prepared for the stormy weather in the bay.  Today, Signal Hill looks like any other tourist spot that overlooks a beautiful bay, and one .....where paragliding activities are carried out. Show less
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Kalk Bay Harbour
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Kalk Bay Harbour, Cape Town
Kalk Bay Harbour, Cape Town
Kalk Bay Harbour, Cape Town
Kalk Bay Harbour, Cape Town
Itinerary Recommendation (Option 1): Have a light breakfast at Olympia Cafe in Kalk Bay when you arrive, explore, then have lunch in Simon’s Town Itinerary Recommendation (Option 2): If you’re ready for lunch, explore the town, then have fish & chips in Kalk Bay Harbour You’ll notice that towns in this area are tiny and only span the length of a few blocks. Kalk Bay is a 5-minute drive from Muizenberg, but the two towns couldn’t feel more unique! While Muizenberg has a very distinctly “surfer”-culture vibe to it, Kalk Bay is .....packed with antique shops, handicraft stalls and lots of art & book stores. I absolutely love stopping in Kalk Bay for a stroll through the past. The antique shops are some of the best in all of Cape Town, so if you’re looking for a really unique souvenir, don’t forget to stop here! Most people opt for fish & chips for lunch in Kalk Bay (it really is the most delicious spot for the famous seaside dish) but, if you’re in the mood for breakfast, I’d recommend Olympia Cafe! They serve delicious baked goods and have a great cup of coffee. Show less
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Castle of Good Hope
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Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town
Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town
Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town
Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town
Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town
Cape Town was first developed by the Dutch East India Company as a supply station for Dutch ships sailing to East Africa, India, and the Far East. The first permanent European settlement occurred on 6 April 1652 with the arrival of Jan van Riebeeck. Soon Cape Town outgrew its original purpose and became the economic and cultural hub of the Cape Colony. Until the Gold Rush and the development of Johannesburg, Cape Town was the largest city in South Africa. Now that you’re a bit more clued up on its history, here .....are my top 20 bucket list things to do in Cape Town and beyond! Show less
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District Six Museum
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District Six Museum, Cape Town
District Six Museum, Cape Town
District Six Museum, Cape Town
District Six Museum, Cape Town
District Six Museum, Cape Town
District Six Museum, Cape Town
Even with only 3 days in Cape Town, it’s important to make time for the city’s (often ugly) history. The District 6 Museum tells the story of the once vibrant and multicultural community of District 6, and the subsequent destruction of the neighborhood through forced removals of citizens under apartheid. This is not a fun thing to do in Cape Town, but it is an important one. Keep in mind that the museum is closed on Sundays.
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Travelstart South Africa - Travel Agency
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Travelstart South Africa - Travel Agency, Cape Town
Travelstart South Africa - Travel Agency, Cape Town
Travelstart South Africa - Travel Agency, Cape Town
Travelstart South Africa - Travel Agency, Cape Town
Travelstart South Africa - Travel Agency, Cape Town
Travelstart South Africa - Travel Agency, Cape Town
When planning a trip to South Africa one of the first things you need to do is booking a flight.  If you want to score cheap flights to South Africa we advise you to have a look at Momondo and Skyscanner.   Both are flight aggregators that compare several hundreds of booking sites and give you an overview of the best flights and the cheapest sites to book them.  Momondo and Skyscanner are both very good at finding good deals, of the two, Momondo is probably the one with the most intuitive user interface. Read our full .....review about 10 booking sites here.    Those who are always on the lookout for the best deals should join the Dollar Flight Club. Joining is free and once you’ve joined you will get alerts in your mailbox whenever cheap flights out of your home airport have been found.  I recently joined the club and already saw some incredible deals.  Joining is free and it can literally save you thousands of dollars. Show less
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Lion's Head
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Lion's Head, Cape Town
Lion's Head, Cape Town
Lion's Head, Cape Town
Lion's Head, Cape Town
Lion's Head, Cape Town
Option 1: Hike up Lion’s Head Option 2: Drive up Signal Hill Catch the first light of the sun from the top of Cape Town. Hike up to Lion’s Head for a blood-pumping hike and a unique panorama of the city. Start while it’s still dark so you reach the summit in time for sunrise! If you know you won’t be quite awake enough to hike in the early morning hours, you can also drive up Signal Hill, a nearby, flat-topped hill, for spectacular views over the city center and the Atlantic seaboard.
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Cape View Clifton
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Cape View Clifton, Cape Town
Cape View Clifton, Cape Town
Cape View Clifton, Cape Town
Cape View Clifton, Cape Town
Cape View Clifton, Cape Town
Being on the water is good for the soul and there are plenty of options for boat cruises in Cape Town. From short Waterfront harbour cruises, where you can spot seals, to cruises along the Atlantic coastline where you can admire the Clifton beaches from a different vantage point or trade friendly waves with the patrons of Grand Beach as you each sip your cocktails. If you’re really lucky there will be whales or dolphins about. For a romantic slant, book a spot with Waterfront Charters for their sunset champagne cruise. .....Watching the sun set into the ocean is guaranteed to generate positive vibes. Cost: R80 for a harbour cruise, R280 for a cruise along the coastInfo: waterfrontcharters.co.za Show less
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Camps Bay
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Camps Bay, Cape Town
Camps Bay, Cape Town
Camps Bay, Cape Town
Camps Bay, Cape Town
Camps Bay, Cape Town
Camps Bay is a residential area in Cape Town that attracts large numbers of visitors to Cape Town, particularly in the warmer months. It is one of the most expensive areas to own property in Cape Town and is thus reserved for the uber-rich both from South Africa and further abroad. There are some great restaurants here to accompany the lively beaches, so if you’re visiting in the warmer months you can’t miss it!
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Cape Town Tourism
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Cape Town Tourism, Cape Town
Cape Town Tourism, Cape Town
Cape Town Tourism, Cape Town
Cape Town Tourism, Cape Town
Cape Town Tourism, Cape Town
When I moved to Cape Town, I bought my first Vespa, and it’s the best thing for getting around the city. It costs me only R 70 a week to fill up my tank, and you’ll get to whiz past a lot of the heavy traffic in the City Bowl. If you’re not comfortable on a Vespa or a motorcycle, Uber is a great option. It’s effective, safe and an inexpensive way to move between the city’s different neighborhoods.
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Garden Route
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Garden Route, Cape Town
Garden Route, Cape Town
Garden Route, Cape Town
Garden Route, Cape Town
Garden Route, Cape Town
Garden Route, Cape Town
Arrive in Port Elizabeth in the morning. Pick up your rental car and begin the journey toward the Garden Route. Until you reach Storms River (2 hours of driving, 180 km), you are in the Eastern Cape. In Storms River, spend a little time exploring Tsitsikamma National Park, a maritime reserve with walking trails, suspension bridges, and a beautiful beach. If you are looking for some adventure, go ziplining (Tsitsikamma Canopy Tours) or kayaking in the gorges of the park (Untouched Adventures).
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Kruger Park Safaris (Pty)Ltd est.1966
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Kruger is a great safari destination for the budget traveler. Stay in several of the rest camps and spend your days self-driving through the park. You have a fairly good chance of seeing the Big 5 if you are here for a few days. If you do not get lucky on your own, take one of the park’s nighttime or early morning game drives to search for lions, leopards, and more. See Also:  Why Kruger National Park Should be on Your List as a Budget Safari Destination
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Cabot Way
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Cabot Way, Cape Town
Cabot Way, Cape Town
Cabot Way, Cape Town
Cabot Way, Cape Town
Cabot Way, Cape Town
Cabot Way, Cape Town
When we got to Sydney, we rented a car and immediately took to the famous Cabot Trail, a scenic route that skirts the coastline of Cape Breton Island and takes you through Cape Breton Highlands National Park. We didn't have time to drive the whole trail since we had a ship to catch, but we did drive a few hours into the Cape Breton wilderness. At our halfway point, we stopped in a sleepy little fishing village that I have now dubbed The Prettiest Place You've Never Heard Of. This is Margaree Harbour.
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Cape Town Bucket List / Seal Snorkeling
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Cape Town Bucket List / Seal Snorkeling, Cape Town
Cape Town Bucket List / Seal Snorkeling, Cape Town
Cape Town Bucket List / Seal Snorkeling, Cape Town
Cape Town Bucket List / Seal Snorkeling, Cape Town
Cape Town Bucket List / Seal Snorkeling, Cape Town
This time I am happy to have picked a tour that really suited me. I don’t feel comfortable on boats, as most of times I start feeling dizzy. The same with snorkeling and swimming, it makes me feel dizzy. I have been lucky, not only because of the sea conditions. The water was calm and we had a smooth cruising, but also because of this Eco Snorkelling Tour from Port Douglas to Low Isles.
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Robben Island Museum
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Robben Island Museum, Cape Town
Robben Island Museum, Cape Town
Robben Island Museum, Cape Town
Robben Island Museum, Cape Town
Robben Island Museum, Cape Town
Sibuyan is a crescent-shaped island, the second-largest island in Romblon Province. Sibuyan Island is part of the MIMAROPA Region in Luzon and is surrounded by the islands of Marinduque Island in the north, Panay in the south, Masbate in the east, and Romblon Island and Tablas Island in the west. Located in the namesake Sibuyan Sea, it has an area of 445 square kilometers (172 sq mi).
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Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel
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Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel, Cape Town
Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel, Cape Town
Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel, Cape Town
Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel, Cape Town
Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel, Cape Town
Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel, Cape Town
Belmont Nelson Hotel serves up one of Cape Town‘s best high teas. You can choose between three different times (morning, afternoon, or evening) and it includes nibbles from some of South Africa’s most loved dishes. The hotel’s pink walls are the perfect photo op, and the high tea is opulence at its finest! Another one of my favorite places to go for high tea is at La Residence in Franschhoek. It’s only a short drive from the city, and you can spend the day wine tasting while you’re in the area.
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Little Havana (First Thursday December & January)
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Little Havana (First Thursday December & January), Cape Town
Little Havana (First Thursday December & January), Cape Town
Little Havana (First Thursday December & January), Cape Town
Little Havana (First Thursday December & January), Cape Town
Little Havana (First Thursday December & January), Cape Town
Little Havana (First Thursday December & January), Cape Town
If I’m in town, I love going to First Thursdays. It’s a monthly event that turns Cape Town’s CBD into a walking street after 7 pm (the first Thursday of each month). All the art galleries stay open late, the bars run specials, and there’s usually free wine going around as well.
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Cape Town International Airport
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Cape Town International Airport, Cape Town
Cape Town International Airport, Cape Town
Cape Town International Airport, Cape Town
Cape Town International Airport, Cape Town
Cape Town International Airport, Cape Town
You’ll want to devote at least three days in Cape Town to explore. The best way to start your trip is with a scenic helicopter flight over the city and southwest coast to get inspired. Then, start the day in my favorite neighborhood, Woodstock, to explore the local cafes and shops. Be sure to check out the street art along the way. In the heart of Woodstock, there’s the legendary Old Biscuit Mill Market. With day and night markets, workshop spaces, farm stalls, foodie hot spots, African ceramics, and so much more, you can’t .....miss this place. Tip: After you’ve worked up an appetite, you have to try traditional braai (barbecue). Another must-visit neighborhood is Bo-Kaap. Formally known as the Malay Quarter, this district is a fascinating mash-up rooted in Malaysian, African, and Indian culture. Soak in the vibrant history while you take a walking tour of the area. And don’t miss the cooking classes! This ‘hood does fusion like nowhere else. You’ll also want one full day to explore Cape Peninsula. Meet the African penguins at Boulders Beach, and then spend the day hiking and taking in the incredible natural beauty. Show less
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Waterfront Charters - Daily Boat Trips & Private Tours
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Waterfront Charters - Daily Boat Trips & Private Tours, Cape Town
Waterfront Charters - Daily Boat Trips & Private Tours, Cape Town
Waterfront Charters - Daily Boat Trips & Private Tours, Cape Town
Waterfront Charters - Daily Boat Trips & Private Tours, Cape Town
Waterfront Charters - Daily Boat Trips & Private Tours, Cape Town
Waterfront Charters - Daily Boat Trips & Private Tours, Cape Town
Departs: daily subject to weather conditions — times vary according to sunset. Board a sail boat that will follow the wind for this cruise and allow you to experience sunset and the views of Cape Town at dusk from a different perspective! Typically in a SE Wind direction, you will head out of the Harbour and sail across Table Bay towards Milnerton lighthouse, then return to the protection of Granger Bay in the lee of Table Mountain to watch the sun set, and then motor back to the Waterfront.
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Clifton 1st
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My name is Amanda, and I'm a former journalist and award-winning blogger from Ohio who's been blogging about travel since 2010. I seek to inspire people to be curious about the world and find ways to fit more travel into the lifestyle they already have. Learn more about Amanda!
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Hout Bay
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Hout Bay, Cape Town
Hout Bay, Cape Town
Hout Bay, Cape Town
Hout Bay, Cape Town
Time for lunch! We parked up at the Mariner’s Wharf maritime-themed restaurant for some legit seafood. The Fisherman’s Wharf Market sells local and imported seafood. Here you can watch your fresh fish get soled and filleted, treat yourself to fresh sushi or old style smoked fish delicacies from the in-house smoker. I highly recommend the calamari! We sat upstairs for a beautiful view of the bay and took it all in.
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Inverdoorn Game Reserve Booking Centre
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Inverdoorn Game Reserve Booking Centre, Cape Town
Inverdoorn Game Reserve Booking Centre, Cape Town
Inverdoorn Game Reserve Booking Centre, Cape Town
Inverdoorn Game Reserve Booking Centre, Cape Town
Inverdoorn Game Reserve Booking Centre, Cape Town
Inverdoorn Game Reserve Booking Centre, Cape Town
We were reluctant to leave Cape St Francis but our South African adventure was not over yet. We finished off the trip with a three night stay at Amakhala Game Reserve. We decided to treat ourselves at the end of our trip and stay the five star Bush Lodge. We had an incredible family experience. We stayed in a luxurious ‘tent’ (tent does not adequately describe what we were staying in!) and saw some amazing animals. You can read all about our luxury safari at Amakhala Game Reserve here. I learned .....lots of tips and tricks, where to stay and where to avoid, in our sixteen day adventure. I have advice on travelling with kids, taxis, car minders (yes there is such a thing) and lots more. I have published my top tips for travelling in South Africa in this post – I hope you will find it useful. Show less
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Iziko South African Museum
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Iziko South African Museum, Cape Town
Iziko South African Museum, Cape Town
Iziko South African Museum, Cape Town
Iziko South African Museum, Cape Town
Iziko South African Museum, Cape Town
Iziko South African Museum, Cape Town
The Castle of Good Hope was started by Dutch East India Company in 1666 and is the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa. The castle is shaped like a pentagon. There is a Military Museum in the castle that portrays the history of the ape. It is also home to the Iziko Museums of Cape Town which displays historical paintings and antique furniture, known as the William Fehr collection. 
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Foreshore 1
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Foreshore 1, Cape Town
Foreshore 1, Cape Town
Foreshore 1, Cape Town
Drive past the Simon’s Town golf course and along the winding road that follows the peninsula and you will soon discover many a desert beach. Stop for a while and here you will discover some of the best rock pools on the Cape coast. Keep a keen eye out for starfish and octopus as you waddle in the shallows. The secluded tidal pool on the far side of Miller’s Point may just be Cape Town’s best kept secret – it even has a slide for the little ones!
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Bo-Kaap
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Bo-Kaap, Cape Town
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Bo-Kaap, Cape Town
Bo-Kaap, Cape Town
Arguably Cape Town’s most photogenic (and certainly most Instagram-famous) neighborhood, a stroll through the Cape Malay neighborhood of Bo-Kaap is the perfect way to kick off your 3 days in Cape Town. Cooking classes are popular here, but with only a few days in Cape Town to work with, we’d recommend settling for a quick look around before heading off to breakfast. If you’re looking for a tried-and-true breakfast spot, we loved Clarke’s Bar & Dining Room, and it’s located a very short walk from Bo-Kaap–we lost track of how many times .....we ate there during our month in Cape Town, but it was a lot! Show less
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Uber Office
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Uber Office, Cape Town
Uber Office, Cape Town
Uber Office, Cape Town
Uber Office, Cape Town
Uber Office, Cape Town
Uber: Uber is the best way to get around Cape Town on a budget. It’s the city’s most reliable, safest and affordable transportation option. With most of the top sights close to each other, a one-way trip will only cost a couple of dollars. I would avoid the normal metered taxis if possible. Uber South Africa vets all their drivers, and you have all their details in case anything happens. My CitiBus: While the My CitiBus is a cheap way to get around the city, it’s not the best option. The .....buses are often unreliable, and it will take you a LONG time to get between destinations. If you’re not in a rush, you can buy a transport card from one of the stations and use the free app to get the latest information on timetables, fares, and routes. Rent a Scooter: If you’re a confident (and defensive) driver, rent a scooter and explore Cape Town at your own pace. I personally drive a Vespa because it’s the easiest and fastest way to get around the city. Plus, it only costs me R 70 to fill it up every week, making it a super budget-friendly option. Show less
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Long Street
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Long Street, Cape Town
Long Street, Cape Town
Long Street, Cape Town
Long Street, Cape Town
Long Street, Cape Town
Long Street, Cape Town
Gosh! Are we here already? So, you’ve experienced the best of Cape Town by day, now it’s time to experience its buzzing nightlife. Head to Long Street for a multitude of clubs vying for your attention. There’s everything from bohemian-hipster-style gatherings to out-of-the-ordinary clubs. The nightlife here is nothing short of awesome.
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Alphen Trail
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Alphen Trail, Cape Town
Alphen Trail, Cape Town
Alphen Trail, Cape Town
Alphen Trail, Cape Town
Every child loves to explore and that’s exactly what they will be doing on a hike in Constantia! You’ll be spoilt for choice with no less than 9 interwoven trails to choose from. The trails are very easy and take roughly 30 – 45 minutes each to complete. Constantia is known for its beauty and you won’t be disappointed when you enter this green, leafy suburban jungle with your little ones.
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Muizenberg Beach
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Muizenberg Beach, Cape Town
Muizenberg Beach, Cape Town
Muizenberg Beach, Cape Town
Muizenberg Beach, Cape Town
Muizenberg Beach, Cape Town
While I’ve never surfed a day in my life, what did draw me to Muizenberg Beach was its colourful Victorian beach huts. Again with the colours. Told you I was colour obsessed. The bold hues and the dramatic landscape make for a winning photo combination. This beach gets busy, so to get a decent shot of these colourful beach huts, arrive before 10 am. Muizenberg Beach is a Blue Flag Beach, which means it rates highly for safety, recreational facilities and eco-consciousness.
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City Sightseeing Cape Town
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City Sightseeing Cape Town, Cape Town
City Sightseeing Cape Town, Cape Town
City Sightseeing Cape Town, Cape Town
City Sightseeing Cape Town, Cape Town
City Sightseeing Cape Town, Cape Town
The most convenient way to see the best of Cape Town is on the City Sightseeing Bus. These doubledecker, open-topped buses visit many of the most popular sites around the city and passengers can hop off and on again at their leisure. The Blue route takes you past the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, through the Constantia wine region and Hout Bay, before returning along the Atlantic seaboard. Stop in Constantia and enjoy the included wine tour, or stop in Hout Bay and experience township life with a walking tour (additional fee per .....person). The Red route covers major sights around the centre of Cape Town, including Table Mountain and the Waterfront. But that is just the basics of the CitySightseeing offering. Check their website to find out more about the Yellow downtown tour, the harbour cruise and various walking tours. Cost: R170 for a 1-day ticket and R270 for a 2-day ticketInfo: citysightseeing.co.za Show less
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Bo Kaap Cooking Tour
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Bo Kaap Cooking Tour, Cape Town
Bo Kaap Cooking Tour, Cape Town
Bo Kaap Cooking Tour, Cape Town
Bo Kaap Cooking Tour, Cape Town
Bo Kaap Cooking Tour, Cape Town
Departs: subject to chef's availability. Today you will be picked up at 08h30 for your Cape Malay Cooking with Cass Abrahams Tour. Cass is the foremost authority on the cuisine in the Cape and is a local celebrity. The tour starts with a chat and a coffee with your guide so that you have some background on the people of the Cape, the history of their cuisine and on Cass. Cass realized that for a variety of reasons the cuisine was dying out in the Cape and made it her mission .....to rescue the recipes. She interviewed the grandmothers in the community and dug in the archives and then wrote a cookbook that became highly sort after by many South Africans. Today you have the opportunity to enjoy a hands-on class with her in her home in the Southern Suburbs. You will cook three to four dishes and then relax over lunch. Please note that no alcohol is served in respect for Cass's Muslim faith. Show less
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Kaskazi Kayaks & Adventures | Sea Point, Cape Town
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Kaskazi Kayaks & Adventures | Sea Point, Cape Town, Cape Town
Kaskazi Kayaks & Adventures | Sea Point, Cape Town, Cape Town
Kaskazi Kayaks & Adventures | Sea Point, Cape Town, Cape Town
Kaskazi Kayaks & Adventures | Sea Point, Cape Town, Cape Town
Kaskazi Kayaks & Adventures | Sea Point, Cape Town, Cape Town
Kaskazi Kayaks & Adventures | Sea Point, Cape Town, Cape Town
Departs: daily, subject to weather. Please note the tour excludes transport to and from Simon's Town — prices available upon request. Visit one of the most unique places in the world — a penguin colony in suburban Cape Town. And the best way to see it is from the water. Leave from Simon's Town Waterfront and paddle past the civilian and Naval Harbor and out to Boulder's Beach. After visiting the penguins, stop on a lovely semi-private beach for refreshments, swimming and snorkeling (snorkels and bottled drinking water are provided). Your double kayak .....is very stable and perfect even if you have no paddling experience. We can also arrange for you to go cycling, skydiving, sandboarding and abseiling among other activities — please let us know if you would like more information on these activities. Show less
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Danie Miller Hiking Trail
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Danie Miller Hiking Trail, Cape Town
Danie Miller Hiking Trail, Cape Town
Danie Miller Hiking Trail, Cape Town
Danie Miller Hiking Trail, Cape Town
Danie Miller Hiking Trail, Cape Town
Danie Miller Hiking Trail, Cape Town
This is one of our favorite hikes in the world. Climb the rocky coastline, watch seals playing in the water, walk across a wide, almost deserted expanse of beach, and view some of the prettiest coastline of South Africa. See Also:Hiking Robberg Peninsula
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Twaalf Apostels
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Twaalf Apostels, Cape Town
Twaalf Apostels, Cape Town
Twaalf Apostels, Cape Town
Twaalf Apostels, Cape Town
Twaalf Apostels, Cape Town
Camps Bay beach, with the Twelve Apostles forming the backdrop Sunset Beach, with a perfect view of table mountain Cape Town is pretty famous for its beaches and once you visit it’s not hard to see why. They are RIDICULOUSLY beautiful. Honestly, sometimes I found myself just standing there looking at the beach and the view and the turquoise water and thinking, “Is this for real?! Am I really here right now?”. While there are obviously some that are busier than others such as the Gay-friendly beaches in Clifton or the ever-popular .....Camps Bay, there are also a myriad of beaches that nobody seems to know about. The view from Sunset Beach en route ro Blouberg Strand, where you can get the picture perfect photo of table mountain across the bay was beautiful while Noordhoek beach at the end of Chapman’s Peak drive was the longest and whitest beach I have ever seen. Show less
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Cape To Grape Wine Tours
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Cape To Grape Wine Tours, Cape Town
Cape To Grape Wine Tours, Cape Town
Cape To Grape Wine Tours, Cape Town
Cape To Grape Wine Tours, Cape Town
Cape To Grape Wine Tours, Cape Town
Cape To Grape Wine Tours, Cape Town
An hour drive outside Cape Town lies the Cape Winelands Region. I visited Paarl, Franschoek and Stellenbosch, which are my favorite regions in the area. I did a day tour of the Winelands because who wants to drive when there’s wine? Lots of wine! There is also a Wine Tram that goes through Franschoek that is hop on hop off and takes you to certain vineyards. Our first stop of the day was to Fairview Winery, which does a wine and cheese pairing. This was really delicious as all of .....their cheeses come from the goats that live on the farm. Our lunch stop was at Middelvlei Wines in Stellenbosch. We had the famous cheese sandwich and plenty of sausages and Biltong. In the afternoon we stopped at Lovane for a special wine and chocolate pairing for the tour only. Spending the day in the Cape Winelands regions is just a nice, relaxing, delicious way to spend a day. Show less
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Blue Viking Travel Insurance
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Blue Viking Travel Insurance, Cape Town
Blue Viking Travel Insurance, Cape Town
Blue Viking Travel Insurance, Cape Town
Blue Viking Travel Insurance, Cape Town
Blue Viking Travel Insurance, Cape Town
Blue Viking Travel Insurance, Cape Town
We don’t travel without travel insurance and neither should you. You never know what can happen in a foreign country and it’s best to be prepared. World Nomads provides good short term coverage.  SafetyWing is perfect for digital nomads. See our full review here!
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Shark Adventures - Shark Cage Diving
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Shark Adventures - Shark Cage Diving, Cape Town
Shark Adventures - Shark Cage Diving, Cape Town
Shark Adventures - Shark Cage Diving, Cape Town
Shark Adventures - Shark Cage Diving, Cape Town
Shark Adventures - Shark Cage Diving, Cape Town
Shark Adventures - Shark Cage Diving, Cape Town
Do you dare? Don wetsuits, get into a banged up cage in the chilly, choppy waters of the Atlantic Ocean, and watch as Great White Sharks emerge from the murky depths of the ocean. It’s not as scary as you think, and if you want a unique travel experience that’s possible in only a few places in the world, put this on your list. See Also: Shark Cage Diving in Gansbaai
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World of Birds Wildlife Sanctuary & Monkey Park
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World of Birds Wildlife Sanctuary & Monkey Park, Cape Town
World of Birds Wildlife Sanctuary & Monkey Park, Cape Town
World of Birds Wildlife Sanctuary & Monkey Park, Cape Town
World of Birds Wildlife Sanctuary & Monkey Park, Cape Town
World of Birds Wildlife Sanctuary & Monkey Park, Cape Town
World of Birds Wildlife Sanctuary & Monkey Park, Cape Town
A Fish Sanctuary has been designated in Carmen Bay. It is a good place for snorkeling. This is where you can get to experience a close encounter with different marine species. Under the deep waters of Carmen Bay, the Sunken Spanish Galleon can be visited. Its remnants became a home for different marine animals. It is definitely a must-see diving site.
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Franschhoek Wine Tram
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Franschhoek Wine Tram, Cape Town
Franschhoek Wine Tram, Cape Town
Franschhoek Wine Tram, Cape Town
Franschhoek Wine Tram, Cape Town
Franschhoek Wine Tram, Cape Town
Franschhoek Wine Tram, Cape Town
Go on a wine tasting adventure with friends or family, and partake in one of the most popular activities in Cape Town – The Franschhoek Wine Tram. Tram trail rides are a fantastic way to not only see Cape Town’s glorious landscapes, but also taste its world-renowned wines.  Choose one of the many routes, and enjoy the fresh winter air as you travel along the best wine trails!
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Table Mountain Aerial Cableway
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Table Mountain Aerial Cableway, Cape Town
Table Mountain Aerial Cableway, Cape Town
Table Mountain Aerial Cableway, Cape Town
Table Mountain Aerial Cableway, Cape Town
Table Mountain Aerial Cableway, Cape Town
Table Mountain Aerial Cableway, Cape Town
Today, we have a guided half day tour of Cape Town, and our first destination was Table Mountain. There’s a cable car that would bring one up to the table top, but the fitter and more adventurous ones can try hiking up the mountain as well. There’s a catch though.  The cable car will not operate during times of inclement weather, meaning that if its too foggy for the cable car to operate within its safety limits, then all rides up the mountains will be closed.  We were extremely lucky though, .....throughout our 3 day stay at Cape Town, the view of Table Mountain as seen from our window at the Cape Town Hollow Boutique Hotel was clear and distinct, especially on this day when the sun was extremely bright and cheery. There’s a cost involved, of course, in taking the cable car vs hiking up the Table Mountain yourself, which is not covered with our half day tour.  It cost R255 (approximate SGD$11.50) per adult at the time that we were there.  Not too expensive for a round-trip vs having to hike up on your own. One thing though, the queue to take the cable car can be madly long, so do try and get there as early as they open, otherwise you will spend your precious time in the queue rather than taking in the beautiful sights from the top of Table Mountain. The ride up the Table Mountain is an experience in itself.  It is a 360 rotating car which gives you splendid views of the area wherever it turns, so there’s no need to shuffle yourself around the car.  Just stay put at the window and you are guaranteed a full view of the region. People hiking up the Table Mountain.  Good luck and see you at the top! We had a jolly good time on the cable car, the journey of which took less than 10 minutes. Inside the rotating car, as we gawk at the wonderful view below. It was like ascending up to heaven. Standing at the table top of the Table Mountain. Show less
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