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Botanical Garden
“Enjoy a day at the Beautiful Botanical Gardens against the eastern slopes of Cape Town's Table Mountain.”
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Cable Car
“The cableway station at the top of the mountain has a curio shop, a shop where you can stock up on snacks, and a restaurant. If you take the cableway up the mountain, but still want to do a little walking, there are three easy walks on the plateau – the Dassie Walk, the Agama Walk, and the Klipspringer Walk. There are also free guided walks that depart – on the hour – from the Twelve Apostles Terrace. Be sure to take along your camera! If you are hiking up the mountain, the five dams at the top make for great picnic spots. If you head over to the Woodhead Dam, which was completed in 1897, you can even visit the quaint little Waterworks Museum, which houses various items – including an old locomotive – that were used during the construction of the dam. For the more adventurous, there is the option to jump off a cliff (well, sort of) with Abseil Africa. The abseil experience – 112 meters down a sheer cliff – takes about 45 minutes in total and includes a demonstration, the abseil, and a short hike back up to the top. ”
355lokala rekommendationer
“Great place to get a work out hiking up lions head with some fun chains and monkey like bars to climb up rocky bits.. Brilliant surrounding views of beautiful Cape Town and its oceans.”
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“V&A Waterfront offers you an opportunity to do shopping, dining, site seeing, pub crawling and experience the arts and crafts all in one venue. Primi restaurant is a definite must at V&A.”
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“Drive out to Simon’s Town and go meet the Penguins as a real treat. They are darling.... And only place you can get in direct contact with them.”
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“A big favourite! We love all of it. The location, the old trees, the new reproduction of the original vegetable gardens, the National Art Gallery, the squirrels of course (there is one albino squirrel if still around!), the Café with its weaver's nests...”
263lokala rekommendationer
“If you like evening or morning walks, the Sea Point Promenade is a beautiful walk next to the ocean, there are often dog walkers, runners and cyclists on this route. If you're feeling up to it, you can walk all the way around the cost to Clifton beaches and end up in Camps Bay. ”
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“Pack your picnic basket with snacks and beverages, then head off early for a relaxing day in the park”
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Nature Preserve
“Table Mountain is a flat-topped mountain forming a prominent landmark overlooking the city of Cape Town in South Africa. It is a significant tourist attraction, with many visitors using the cableway or hiking to the top. The mountain forms part of the Table Mountain National Park.”
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Vid vattnet
“Its Capetown flagship tourist place. Plenty to do, restaurants, night life, aquarium. Scenery is everything. A must see, trust me”
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Nature Preserve
“A penguin sanctuary on pristine Boulders Beach in Simonstown. Visit the penguins and spend the day swimming, picnicking and hanging out on this glorious beach.”
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“Stunning, amazing, wodnerful views of the City and the sea. Takes you breath away, relaxing and definitely a stop to take when visiting Cape Town.”
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“If you lucky enough to visit during a full moon then this is a must do activity. Bring a jacket and a light and hike to the top with the hundreds of other outdoor enthusiasts. ”
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“oldest wine farm in Africa, Local wine farms with world class wine , great place for food and views of Constantia Valley”
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“The Waterfront has it all.. The Mall The Restaurants The live music The bars and pubs AND! plenty of boat tours ! ”
110lokala rekommendationer
“4th beach at Clifton is the in-scene. One of a series of small coves, 4th beach is on the Atlantic Ocean side of Cape Town. Be warned, the water is always icy-cold. Various environmental programmes, including interpretive signage and lifesaving training will be implemented on the beach.”
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