Welcome to Cape Town!
I believe this to be one of the most beautiful cities in Africa. For the next couple of days, revealing you the must dos and I will be researching the town! Listed below are the top 10 things to do in Cape Town.
The first stop is Downtown Cape Town.
That can be Greenmarket square the original and most significant marketplace in Cape Town. Here you may get all sorts of souvenirs. What I am searching for today are blonde hair bracelets.
Square is an authentic African marketplace where celebrity and traders come to market fabrics, their artwork, sculptures and bead work. I was looking for an elephant hair bracelet and I eventually found them. As souvenirs I bought some after some discussion.
We head to the artsy area of Woodstock. Through the district street art can be seen by you !
Now for Your Famous site in Cape Town.
We made it on the very top of Table Mountain Cape Town’s iconic landmark. It’s a flat mountain and there are two ways to reach the very top. Either by taking the cable car or simply trekking. The cable car is unique it does a 360 degree turn as you’re in it.
Table Mountain has been one of the newest seven natural wonders of earth! And they say from up here you get one of the epic views in Africa.
Table Mountain is believed to be of the planet’s most beautiful organic wonders. It’s also South Africa’s most photographed attraction. In the very top of Table Mountain you will receive views of Camps Bay Downtown Cape Town and all the way down to Cape Point. It’s even feasible to rappel down the mountain, if you’re feeling adventurous .
Every year, over 800,000 people go to the mountain! Remember that the mountain is overcast, so in the event that you arrive on a transparent day, then take the chance if you’re planning a trip! An intriguing fact about Table Mountain is the fact that it dates back 600,000,000 years which makes it one of the oldest deserts on earth! Now lets go down to the mountain.
Lions Head is a 2,200 foot mountain in between Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean.
There is but 1 way up and that is by trekking. It takes around 90 minutes and they say the views from up there are unbelievable, now lets begin our hike!
There is just 1 way up and its own remember to wear shoes and bring a lot of water! By the very top of Lions Head you will find some of the greatest views in Cape Town. Don’t forget to take photos of people!
We’re speaking with Cape Town Helicopters and also we are about to take a 15 minute ride at 2500 ft! Now lets struck the sky for a much better view. Cape Town is famous for its stunning coastline and there’s is no better way!
Then I recommend you head to Bakoven beach, if you’re searching for an epic ski. This was a small fishing village and from here you can find an amazing sunset from the rocks.
Among the finest hotels in the world is Tintswalo Atlantic. This is one at. They have 10 rooms and a presidential suite, you get nearer to the water it is guaranteed by me!
Listed below are a day trip choices out of Cape Town, only a 45-minute drive south. We have arrived into the youngest penguin colony at Boulders Beach house. The very initial penguins came here in 1984 and since then their numbers have grown to the thousands.
This is one of several areas in the world where you can observe penguins. They’ve been wandering here as 1982, and the colony has more then 3,000 members. The boulders and the shore is names date back over 540 million years!
Let’s head down to Cape Point!
Welcome to Cape Point. It’s situated only a 1 hour drive south from Cape Town and you have to see it.
Cape Point is Situated Inside Table Mountain National Park in a section referred to as’Cape of Good Hope.’
This area of the park is both wild and unspoiled — a refuge for seabirds. As the baboons have learned to open door remember to lock your cars!
I left the best for the last! Many people shudder at the notion of great white sharks that live in the waters but take a swim with their favourite prey , sea lions and we decided to be more adventurous and dive in!
Animal Ocean provides the chance to get up close and personal with these beautiful animals to adventure seekers. We left from Houts Bay, into a nearby island that is a bit shallow for the sharks.
We dip in Following the Wetsuit is on! The water was freezing and a bit muddy, but the seals aren’t shy in any respect. They are stylish and lively. Truly an experience that is unforgettable!
Production by Carlos de Varona from Chromahouse.
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