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Cape Town

TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City
If you wish to see Mother Nature in all her pristine glory, Cape Town is the place to be. With its majestic Table Mountain backdrop the city is one of the most beautiful ones in the world. It is steeped in rich history and is a cultural melting pot with a diverse and vibrant character, with antique shops, craft markets and art galleries abound. The iconic Table Mountain, which offers a spectacular view of the city and the ocean beyond, beckons you with cable car rides, hiking, biking, rock climbing, abseiling and much more. Take a drive up Chapman’s Peak Drive and revel in the panoramic views around, waddle down to a colony of African Penguins at Boulders Beach or dive into shark infested waters. Also, any trip to Cape Town is not complete without a visit to Cape of Good Hope and Robben Island, which housed its most famous political prisoner, Nelson Mandela for 17 years. With an amazing suburban experience that provides close proximity to nature and a rich history, retreating to Cape Town is sure to recharge your senses.
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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Table Mountain

Table Mountain

Take a cable car ride to the most iconic and most photographed attraction of South Africa, Table Mountain. Looming high above the city of Cape Town at 3,500 ft, Table Mountain is also one of the 7 Wonders of Nature. The many lookout points positioned here provide a truly fascinating view of the entire city. The mountain also has some gems—around 2,200 species of plants and 1,470 floral species. Check out the small colourful sunbirds and the large Verreaux Eagles who live in the fynbos vegetation. Visit the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens on the eastern foot of the mountain with a unique conservatory that houses plants from across the world.

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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens

'A thing of beauty is a joy forever.’ This famous line of a poem by John Keats is quite apt for the beautiful and magical Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens. Marvel at the breathtaking beauty and diversity of flora on this 26 hectares of cultivated wonder that displays collections of South African plants in all their glory. It exhibits over 7,000 species of plants alongside the Botanical Society Conservatory that displays plants, which cannot be grown outdoors. Walk through the Kirstenbosch Canopy Walkway and ‘The Boomslang’ for some amazing sights. This UNESCO World Heritage Site can be explored by foot or a guided car tour.

Image Courtesy: Meraj Chhaya via Flickr
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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Two Oceans Aquarium

Two Oceans Aquarium

Discover the marine species of two oceans in one aquarium at the Two Oceans Aquarium. Located at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront in the city, this unique aquarium was opened in 1995. The location itself is interesting as it is where the Atlantic and Indian Ocean meet. The aquarium offers a plethora of activities—it has seven exhibition galleries, penguin encounters, an interactive exhibit that reveals the very ‘small’ sea life under a microscope, diving with the sharks and shoals, a boat ride in Table Bay and a lovely café to satiate your hunger pangs. With over 3,000 marine creatures, a visit to this aquarium is fun and informative.

Image Courtesy: InnaFelker / Shutterstock.com
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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Victoria & Alfred Waterfront 

Victoria & Alfred Waterfront 

Visit this bustling neighbourhood in the city for some fine dining, shopping, entertainment, and sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean, Table Bay Harbour and Table Mountain. This sprawling 300 acres of area, situated on the country’s oldest working harbour is used for both residential and commercial purposes. Shop for jewellery, art and specialty shops at the Alfred Mall and Clock Tower Shopping Centre, catch the latest movie at Scene, the luxury cinema or take a guided walking tour of the place. Get a 360 degree view of the city from the Cape Wheel or enjoy the outdoor dance and theatre performances at the Amphitheatre.

Image Courtesy: Diriye Amey via Flickr
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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Robben Island

Robben Island

Robben Island is perhaps the most famous prison-island in the world owing to its most famous political prisoner, Nelson Mandela. Visit the cell he was imprisoned in for 17 years. The island, through time has served several other purposes as well—it was used as a hospital, a mental institution, a leper colony, and also a military base. Take a guided tour of the prison, conducted by former political prisoners and get a true insight into the personal accounts and the history of the prison. The island has been designated as both a South African National Heritage Site and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City District Six Museum

District Six Museum

Housed within the District Six Museum are some poignant tales from the Apartheid period. Named as the Sixth Municipal District of Cape Town in 1867, District Six, which till then was a vibrant multiracial area, was declared a ‘white group area’ in 1966. Everybody besides the whites were forcibly evacuated and their homes demolished. Almost 60,000 residents were moved to Cape Flats where there were hardly any means to earn a living, nor any facilities. Established in 1994, the District Six Museum, which was formerly the Methodist Mission Church, narrates the experiences of those forcibly removed through a multimedia exhibition, photographs, testimonials and recordings.

Image Courtesy: Diriye Amey via Flickr
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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Hike to Lions Head

Hike to Lions Head

Nestled between Table Mountain and Signal Hill, lies Lion’s Head at a height of 669 m above sea level. No cable car reaches the peak, however along the path there are chains and ladders to help make the hike easier. You can even go paragliding, hand-gliding and microlighting. Go for the popular full-moon hike as the view is spectacular with the sun setting over the sea and the moon rising over the mountains. Hiking up to the summit is a sheer experience in bliss as the views are stunning to say the least. Marvel at the stunning 360 degree view of the city below.

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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Langa Township

Langa Township

Take a guided tour of Langa, Cape Town’s largest and oldest township, which was established in 1923. Several townships were established before the Apartheid period to segregate the blacks and non-whites. People were forced out of their homes from areas, which were designated as ‘only-white’ to live on the periphery of the city in dormitory-styled houses. Strolling through the suburb you will meet friendly and warm people, yet will be reminded of the atrocities meted out during the Apartheid era. Taste the locally brewed beer, mingle with the locals and children and have a good time. Do take a guide along though.

Image Courtesy: Diriye Amey via Flickr
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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Penguins at Boulder Beach

Penguins at Boulder Beach

Head to Boulders Beach situated around the corner from Simon’s Town for some relaxed and fun time. Also commonly known as Boulders Bay, the main attraction here are the endangered African penguins. These are also known as jackass penguins because of the braying sound they make. Watch these lovely birds with their butler-styled tailcoats sunning, preening, waddling, and guarding their nest. Soak up the sun and have a good time just enjoying the penguins’ presence around you. Do be careful not to feed or pet them as they can get upset and have very sharp beaks as well. A great place for a family picnic.

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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Chapmans Peak Drive

Chapmans Peak Drive

Embark on this enchanting and absolutely splendid, 9 km journey up the Chapman’s Peak and be enthralled by the view around you. Considered as one of the most scenic routes in the world, this winding route from Hout Bay to Noordhoek is all about the panoramic sight. Also known as ‘Chappies’, drive through the 114 curves and savour the most spectacular vistas around you. Indulge in some fun activities here—have a picnic at any of the three major picnic spots or the 45 ones with small tables that are there on the Hout Bay side or go hiking and also click some memorable pictures.

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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Tea at Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel

Tea at Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel

Sip on some Earl Grey tea and feast on some savoury selections and cucumber sandwiches at High Tea at the Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel. The hotel signature Mount Nelson Tea is truly special—an expert blend of six teas, it is a must-have. Gorge on some finger sandwiches, smoked salmon, egg mayonnaise and cucumber along with the special tea. Don’t miss the ‘melktert’, the typical South African milk tart. Finish with sweet confections such as a dark chocolate cake, lemon meringue and freshly baked scones. Choose from a morning, afternoon or an evening session.

Image Courtesy: South Africa Tourism
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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Cape of Good Hope

Cape of Good Hope

First sighted by the Portuguese navigator Bartolomeu Dias, Cape of Good Hope is a rocky promontory known for its stormy weather and rough seas. Situated at the tip of Cape peninsula, it is a part of the Table Mountain National Park. The most south-western point (often confused as the southernmost point) of the country, offers some magnificent views with wild seas, strong winds and amazing cliffs. Listen to the waves crashing onto the rocks and the seagulls squawking at the Cape of Good Hope. Indulge in hikes and bird watching or go swimming in the deserted beaches. If you have time, embark on the two-day Cape of Good Hope Trail, a scenic 33.8km circular route.

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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Castle of Good Hope

Castle of Good Hope

Built in the 17th century by the Dutch East India Company, this star-shaped castle is the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa. Declared as a National Monument, it served as a replenishment station for maritime activities, trade and defence. Once a fort, it is now converted into a museum. The entrance of the castle is a reminder of Dutch classicism, while the bell, built in 1684 was cast in Amsterdam and is the oldest in the country. There’s a church, bakery, living quarters, offices, cells, etc., inside the walls of the castle. Gaze at the Kat Balcony, the Dolphin Pool, the William Fehr Collection of paintings and decorative arts.

Image Courtesy: Ossewa via Wikimedia Commons
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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Clifton Beaches

Clifton Beaches

Just 10 minutes drive from the city’s centre, the four Clifton beaches are a favourite of the millionaire club. They are divided by granite outcrops into four distinct areas—First Beach, Second Beach, Third Beach, and Fourth Beach. Soak up the sun on the soft golden sands sipping on your cold drink or having ice lollies, go swimming, indulge in some beach volleyball or go surfing on the turquoise waters. Plan a picnic with your family on a balmy summer evening and simply have a good time at the beaches. Do remember that drinking alcohol is illegal here.

Image Courtesy: Warren Rohner via Wikimedia Commons
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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Seals at Hout Bay

Seals at Hout Bay

Go snorkelling with the cape fur seals, which are found nowhere else but the southern African coast. Duiker Island off Hout Bay is home to around 10,000 seals. Enjoy watching them sunbathing, and behaving naturally while interacting with people. Go for this amazing wildlife adventure and enjoy your encounter with these beautiful creatures in their natural habitat. Later, sink your teeth into some of the best fish and chips in the world at Hout Bay.

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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Bo-Kaap Neighbourhood

Bo-Kaap Neighbourhood

Take a leisurely walk through this colourful neighbourhood situated at the foot of Signal Hill. One of the oldest and charming areas of Cape Town, Bo-Kaap, earlier known as ‘Malay Quarter’, is characterised by bright, colourful houses dating back to the 18th century. The neighbourhood is also the spiritual home of the Muslim community of the city and the residents are mostly descendents of Malay slaves. These slaves were not allowed to dress in coloured clothes and the only bright spark in their drab world was their brightly-coloured houses. Soak up the lifestyle of Bo-Kaap while strolling through its quaint lanes and dig into some traditional South African dishes.

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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Cape Point

Cape Point

Visit Cape Point, which is the most south-westerly tip of the country and take in the panoramic sights of varied flora, spectacular bays, serene beaches, lush green hills and valleys. The region is notorious for its stormy weather and nicknamed ‘Cape of Storms’ by explorer Bartholomew Diaz. Hike up to the lighthouse that has been a reprieve from the weather or take the Flying Dutchman Funicular to reach it. After reaching the top, besides from enjoying the lovely views, go shopping for some memorabilia and dig into some delicious food to satiate your hunger. The spot is also popular for hiking, cycling, biking, and having a picnic.

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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Diamond Museum

Diamond Museum

Uncover the story of the priced gem at the Cape Town Diamond Museum. Set your eyes on Cullinan, the world's largest gem quality diamond and learn how the diamond is cut and polished into a sparkling piece of jewellery. Take a tour and see the mining gear, historical artefacts, diamond replicas, and more. A non-profit organisation and a gift from jeweller Shimanksy, there are visual treats that narrate the history of this precious stone, from how it was discovered by the young Erasmus Stephanus Jacobs, to the manufacturing process, to the final product.

Image Courtesy: www.capetowndiamondmuseum.org
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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City World of Birds

World of Birds

Visit the largest bird park in Africa that houses more than 3,000 birds and even small animals of around 400 different species. Over 100 landscaped walk-through aviaries see a footfall of over 100,000 visitors each year. Apart from enjoying breathtaking views, you can get up, close and personal with these indigenous and exotic birds and animals. Watch them feed the little ones, sing, incubate eggs, and live as naturally as possible. The sanctuary also breeds, preserves, educates and conducts research on the avian life. It also acts as a hospital and orphanage for our winged friends.

Image Courtesy: Damien du Toit via Flickr
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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Oudekraal

Oudekraal

Head to this paradise on earth tucked away between Bakoven and Llandudno and surrounded by boulders, which makes its secluded. This almost private beach is a part of the Table Top Mountain National Park and also has its own seal colony. Go for a grassy picnic or ‘braai’ (barbecue). The ‘braai’ spots are tucked away sheltered beneath Milkwood trees. Adventure seekers can go scuba diving for which the beach is quite popular and explore Justin’s Caves. Go treasure-hunting to the oldest wreck in the country, Het Huis te Kraaiensteing. Take a dip in the crystal clear waters and enjoy the serenity around you.

Image Courtesy: Diriye Amey via Flickr
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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City The Heart of Cape Town Museum

The Heart of Cape Town Museum

A visit to this unique museum is a must as it showcases and honours the world’s first successful human heart transplant. The museum is situated in the Observatory in the Groote Schuur Hospital. Professor Christiaan Neethling Barnard performed the operation along with his team. The museum is in the old buildings where the surgery took place. Take the guided tour to learn about the donor, the recipient and even the religious and ethical issues regarding this decision. You can witness everything; from a recreation of the car accident, to the donor’s bedroom, to the recipient’s recovery room, Barnard’s office, and life-size wax works of those involved.

Image Courtesy: A3alb via Wikipedia
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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Whale Watching

Whale Watching

Head to Walker Bay to spot some whales and get awe-struck. The region is listed on WWF as one of the top 12 whale-watching destinations in the world as it offers some best vantage points for this activity. The town Hermanus on the bay’s shores is famous for Southern Right Whales that visit it during spring and winter. At a time there can be hundreds of these mammoth creatures congregating to mate and nurture their young. Thus, this most idyllic marine landscape and destination for whale-watching has been declared as a Whale Sanctuary Protected Area. We strongly recommend this activity.

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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Twelve Apostles

Twelve Apostles

Enjoy a spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean while having a candle-light dinner at the Twelve Apostles. This luxurious hotel is flanked by the Table Mountain and the Twelve Apostles and is situated on the Atlantic Ocean. Take a complimentary shuttle service from Cape Town to this lovely hotel that offers picturesque vistas of the surroundings. You can see the sea meet the sky while enjoying your meal. See the sun sink into the azure sea while enjoying a sundowner on the terrace. Soak up the sounds of the ocean while sipping on the delicious cocktail.

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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Shark Cage Diving

Shark Cage Diving

Whether you dig an adrenaline rush or not, we suggest you go for this exciting experience at Gansbaai. Get up, close and personal with the great white sharks from a cage. Gansbaai is popular as the white shark capital of the world and offers the thrill of shark cage diving. Get into the cage and see these impressive creatures from close quarters in their natural habitat. An experience of a lifetime we say!

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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Stellenbosch Wine Region

Stellenbosch Wine Region

Visit the Stellenbosch Wine Region, which is considered the greatest wine district for its high quality of wine. In fact, Stellenbosch is synonymous with winemaking as the wineries have been in operation since the early 17th century. Traditionally popular for white wines, in recent years they have also started producing red wines. The Stellenbosch Wine Route is also the oldest one in the country and you can enjoy the beautiful surroundings while trailing the vineyards. Sample some great quality and award-winning wines here, such as the Stellenbosch Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Shiraz and Chenin Blanc. Stellenbosch is also known to be the birthplace of Pinotage.

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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Newlands Cricket Stadium

Newlands Cricket Stadium

All you cricket lovers, the beautiful Newlands Cricket Stadium is a must-visit for you’ll. Regarded as the most beautiful cricket ground in the world, the stadium offers a gorgeous backdrop of the Table Mountain and Devil’s Peak. The ground has great history attached to it and has hosted many matches with the greatest players in action. Take a tour or catch a match here to enjoy the magnificence and vibrant atmosphere of this iconic stadium.

Image Courtesy: SA Cricket Tour 2014 via Flickr
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TraveLibro South Africa Cape Town Featured City Cape Agulhas

Cape Agulhas

The southern-most tip of South Africa, Cape Agulhas, is the place where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet. The Cape Agulhas Lighthouse is also very popular with visitors. This historic red and white icon indicates the tip of Africa and is worth the hike. The stormy weather and huge waves, reaching to a height of 30m at the cape, has been known to be an obstacle for sailors. Get lovely pictures clicked at the spot where there’s a plaque marking the official southern-most tip of the country.

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