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Cape Town is the second largest city in South Africa and is the capital of the Western Cape Province, as well as being the legislative capital of South Africa. It is located in the south-west corner of the country near the Cape of Good Hope, and is the most southern city in Africa.


This magnificent city offers a huge variety of activities to cater for all its guests African desires.


The Cape Peninsula offers


The Boulders penguin colony.

Boulders beach is famous for its penguin colony and you can watch penguins in their natural habitat. September is the breeding season and if you are very lucky you can see penguins hatching out of their eggs.

Visit the Cape of Good Hope to experience the wildness of the natural habitat preserved here. Be sure to stop in Simon's Town on your way back to relax with a wonderful view on the False Bay.

Hout Bay

also known as the "Republic" of Hout Bay by its locals — is a beautiful bay on the Atlantic coast. The bay is protected from the north westerly and south easterly winds, but is open to the south westerly wind and prevailing swell which can produce some of the worlds biggest surf at "Dungeons" and "Tafelberg reef. It has a quaint fishing harbour, where you can mingle with the locals. Boat trips to Seal Island (more accurately Duiker Island) offers great photo opportunities,  while you're there you could try the classical  fish and chips on the Rocks at the end of the harbour road - which is a local secret.

Chapmans Peak

Experience one of the most scenic drives in the world. As you drive up the Chapmans Peak Drive and look north over Hout Bay, the view of the bay and the fishing boats is stunning.



The Cape is truly beautiful and a must for your South African Safari.


Information kindly borrowed from WikiTravel


Some Activities In The Area Include:

Table Mountain,

Serene Beaches,

Robben Island,

V&A Waterfront,

Quad Biking,

Cheese & Wine Tasting,

Shark Cage Diving,

Amusement Park,

Museum Visits.



 


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