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Nestled seductively amidst the sea and the mountains, Cape Town flaunts its majestic beauty with pride. Rising above the city, the legendary Table Mountain offers the ideal plateau for panoramic views which sprawl to the glittering Atlantic, the blonde beaches of the city are backed by the towering peaks are some of the best in South Africa and the botanical gardens entice from its slopes. Bubbling beneath the surface is a boisterous sense of adventure and the travellers who come here can join in the fun with a range of other outdoor activities such as paragliding, surfing, biking and hiking. Other things to do here include taking whale watching trips and going on cage drives with the great white sharks.

Cape Town is the oldest settlement of Europe located in Africa. It has a rich and at times a turbulent past. On the Robben Island, the history buffs can see where Mandela was incarcerated for some 18 years. The elegant Stellenbosch in the hinterland is for the foodies. Along the rugged coast, the panoramic drives slice into the mountains and descent into the sea, the penguins totter on the pristine beaches, and Cape Town is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site with one of the most opulent floral kingdoms of the world.

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  1. Travel Advice

    ·         Be wary of the touts

    ·         Do not entertain the beggars.

    ·         Always carry with you a first aid kit.

    ·         Do not let anyone cheat you.

    ·         Sit only in a prepaid taxi. If you are unable to find a prepaid taxi, you must always negotiate the fare before hiring the taxi.

    ·         Do not indulge in any form of physical or verbal fights with anyone.

    ·         Always carry with you at least one proof of your identity.

    ·         Drink only bottled mineral water.

    ·         In case you suffer from any medication, make it a point to carry with you all the necessary medications.

    ·         Always keep your passport safely.

    ·         Make sure you have a pre made photo copy of your passport.

    ·         Do not trust anyone with your valuables or cash.

    ·         Do not leave your baggage containing cash and valuables in the hotel room.

    ·         Enquire about the room safe before booking a hotel.

    ·         Do not click a picture in the religious place without the permission from the authority.

    ·         Never film without permission.

    ·         Dress only in accordance with the prevalent cultures and traditions.

    ·         Learn a few words from the local languages. This shall remove the communication barrier that you may encounter in a foreign country. 

    ·         Keep away from drugs. 

  2. Drinking Law

    The legal age for drinking in Cape Town is 21 years.  

  3. Our Recommendations: What you can’t afford to miss?

    Table Mountain

    Rising at a height of 1087 meters south of the city center is the Table Mountain with its flat top. It happens to be the most photographed landmark of South Africa. It is a constant reminder that nature is queen in this mesmerizing seaside city. Built from the huge beds of slate and sandstone, the mountain forms the northern end of the Cape Peninsula which is located within the Table Mountain National Park. This park guards an astounding diversity of plants and is a home to over 1470 flower species, making it the world’s richest flower kingdom. It is also a home to a vast variety of animals such as baboons, cute snub-nosed dassies, and caracals. Within the park lies the Devil’s Peak which flanks the mountain on the east as well as Lion’s head on the west. The Twelve Apostles here emerge over the beach resorts on the Atlantic coast.      

    A vast layer of clouds also known as the tablecloth regularly masks the mountain’s beach however when the clouds are clear, the visitors can relish on the spectacular views of the entire Cape Peninsula and the Cape Town from the summit. No matter which season you come here, you must always bring with you a sweater as it can get really windy on the top. For those who are short on energy and time, hop on the revolving cableway that will take you to the summit covering a total distance of 1244 meters in only 7 minutes. This cableway runs on everyday basis except in the high winds. You must, however, check the website or call to be aware of the current conditions before you head out. In order to avoid huge lines, you must try booking the tickets online. If you head to the cableway’s upper station you’ll come across a café that features a tiny viewing terrace. It is also the starting point of the three short walks that highlight the massive scale of the landscape. Those of you, who wish to summit the mountain on foot can choose from amongst the 350 different routes all of which come with varying difficulty. Depending upon your commencement point, this climb can take anywhere between two to four hours. In order to ensure that you get arresting views of the Table Mountain, you can hike or drive up to the Lion’s Head or the Signal Hill – both of which ensure captivating views from the summit.

    Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens

    Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens lies in an arresting setting on the eastern slopes of the Table Mountain. They form a part of the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Cape Floristic Region. The site was entrusted to the state in 1902 by Cecil Rhodes and the gardens were established in the year 1913 with an agenda to preserve the indigenous flora of the country. It was one of the first botanical gardens in the world with this mission. Over 20,000 of the native plant species of South Africa are collected, studied and grown in the hilly 528-hectare nature reserve of primitive fynbos and forests. One thing of particular historical interest is the wild almond trees which were planted in the year 1660 by Jan van Riebeeck. Along with this, there is an avenue of fig and camphor trees that were planted in the year 1898 by Cecil Rhodes. The shrubs, flowers, and trees are arranged in a manner that a show of blossoms, as well as the colour, brightens the garden all across the year. You cannot miss out on the scented garden, proteas, the Botanical Society Conservatory and the Sculpture Garden which are are the prime attractions here. Properly demarcated trails thread through the wooded slopes and the Tree Canopy Walkway offers panoramic views all across the mountain backed gardens. During the summer months, the garden is an evocative venue for all types of outdoor concerts. If you are a garden and a green thumb lover, you definitely must plan a visit to the Company's Garden which is an oasis of exotic flowers, trees, and aviaries. When you are here, you must definitely make a visit to the other tourist attractions such as the Iziko National Gallery and the Iziko South African Museum and Planetarium.       

    Signal Hill and the Noon Gun

    Located just 5 minutes drive west of the city center is the Signal Hill. The hill assures mesmerizing views over the Cape Town, the glistening Atlantic Ocean and the Table Bay from the 350-meter summit. The hill also forms the body of an adjacent Lion’s Head peak that is christened for its historical use during the times when the signal flags were flown here so as to communicate the messages of the approaching ships. A lot of visitors and locals drive up to watch the sunset here. Many even stay here to catch the glimpse of the shimmering lights of the Cape Town that ignite post dark. Every day during the noon time, except on the holidays and Sundays, a cannon is triggered by an electronic impulse from the Observatory that then fires a solo shot. In the early days, the Noon Gun serves detrimental in giving the exact time to the ships which are anchored in the bay. Tourists who come here can also enjoy a free presentation pertaining to the Noon Gun’s history at the Lion Battery. You can even stay back to enjoy the firing session. Those heading towards the top of the hill for the sunset views must carry with them a jacket as it can get really chilly then. If you make a visit during the weekends, you must go early so as to get your preferred parking spot. This hill is the best sightseeing spot in Cape Town.

    Clifton and Camps Bay Beaches

    Just 6 km from the city center lies the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay which are bound to lure the water buff. At Clifton, Cape Town's St. Tropez, you can find some of the city’s priciest real estate that towers four glistening white sand beaches which are flanked by smooth granite boulders and washed away by the sparkling but crisp blue seas. If you wish to enjoy a good game of volleyball, you can head to the First Beach which offers decent surf during the time when the conditions are right. Located South of the Clifton is the trendy Camp's Bay which sports another beautiful beach backed by the arresting Twelve Apostles as well as the peak of the Lion’s Head. Besides enjoying the abundant water sports, the other important thing to do here is people watching.

    The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront

    The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront sprawls around the two harbor basis. It is a bustling entertainment quarter which is reminiscent of the San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf. It once used to be the scruffy fishing harbor, however, this reimagined waterfront district is today one of the prime tourist attractions of the Cape Town. A couple of old and ancient buildings have been restored and preserved here. Millions of visitors swamp the area all round the year to the jazz venues, theatres, drama schools, shops, restaurants, museums, hotels, and cinemas. Sports fans can plan a visit to the Springbok Experience Rugby Museum that traces the story of the South African Rugby by way of the interactive exhibits. Another important place to see is the Two Oceans Aquarium which features over 300 species of fish from the Indian Oceans and the Atlantic Ocean.     

  4. What you will like there?

    The beaches

    In South Africa, Cape Town is known to be bestowed with arguably the most beautiful urban beaches in the world. Right from the Camps Bay that lies close to the city center to the Boulders Beach that is majorly known for its comical colony of extinct African penguins that waddle about. Beaches indeed are one of the most important reasons for you to fall in love with this beautiful capital of South Africa. If you are planning to spend some quality time with your spouse with romantic beach, south-Africa procides leading honeymoon destination packages for beautiful couples.

    The Food

    If there’s no other to visit Cape Town, then you can find a reason in its food. The city is the most budget friendly and serves the most delicious food that you’ll ever eat. Flavors in the city are abundant ranging from the mount watering barbecues to the brightly spiced beef-jerky-like snack of biltong and of course the classic French dishes. Try and be adventurous to try out a distinct variety of dishes like an aromatic Cape Malay curry or try a wild game like zebra, kudu or springbok. The best part? All of these dishes that you eat here are priced at only a fraction of the cost that you might expect at the stateside.

    The Outdoor Activities

    Cape Town sees a vast degree of sunshine. Further, its abundant rivers, sea and mountains, make it a playground for many. If you wish to have a taste of the great outdoors, you can take a hike to the top of the Table Mountain, watch the wales in Hermanus, go on a horse ride in the Drakensberg, take a walking safari in the Kruger, paraglide over the different beaches of Cape Town, explore the forest canopy in the Garden Route and cycle through the Cape Winelands. So, basically, you’ll never have a dull moment in Cape Town.    

    The people

    The tourists who come to South Africa always comment on the fact that the people here smile a lot. They are indeed a friendly bunch of people who love to meet new people. More so, they’ll be more than happy to oblige you whenever you need any help or favor. In case you need any recommendations on the places to see or things to do, you can request the locals and they’ll gladly help you out. The best part is that people here are very well aware of the English language, so you’ll not have a problem in communicating with the people here.

    The Sunshine

    What many of you may not know is the fact that Durban, Ballito along with the beaches of the KwaZulu-Natal Coast receive an average of 300 days of sunshine in one year. Even the rainy season from the months of December to March over the Kruger is actually very sunny. Rainfall in the city is very short lived and it usually pours in the late afternoon. This leaves the air washed cleaned of dust making it an ideal tourist destination for crisp and bright photographs. So, all those who cherish sunshine and warm climates, this can be a great place to visit.

  5. Recommended reads for destination (govt. websites, travel forum articles)?

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