The city of Cape Town, South Africa abounds in natural beauty – from mountain tops to vineyards to an incredible shoreline. While there are numerous Cape Town tourist attractions to see, the Cape Town beaches are not to be missed.
In fact, it would be easy to spend entire Cape Town holidays on the soft sand beaches.… Read the rest
Warm weather and sandy beaches don’t exactly conjure up images of penguins – the funny little birds are more often thought of living in cold climates. But at Boulders Beach in Simon’s Town, South Africa – just south of Cape Town –more than 3,000 endangered African Penguins are living on the sandy shore.… Read the rest
The Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is a must-see in Cape Town, South Africa! The gardens are nothing short of spectacular and – knowing that now – we would have been seriously disappointed if we would have missed visiting Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden.… Read the rest
Cape Town’s Table Mountain sits majestically in the background – to be marveled at in its enormity on clear days and in wonder on overcast days when the South Easter winds create the ‘tablecloth,’ shrouding the plateaued top in clouds. But the best way to experience one of the most famous mountains in Africa is from the top of it.… Read the rest
It’s no secret we like wine – and it just so happens that some of the best South African wines are produced just beyond the Cape Town city limits in the Winelands, South Africa district. A trip to Cape Town wouldn’t be complete without wandering into the South African wine regions and sampling a bit of the product.… Read the rest
Nestled in a valley 20km south of the Cape Town CBD is the pleasant village of Hout Bay. Surrounded on three sides by mountains and by the Atlantic sea to the south, the quaint suburb exudes a distinct community vibe – but there are quite a few Hout Bay attractions that draw tourists to visit.… Read the rest