Hot spots around Cape Town that are a must-see
As the design capital for 2014, Cape Town prides itself on it’s many local tourist attractions. Here are just a few of the you’re-in-cape-town-so-you-must-see-this list while you’re down visiting.
Pristine white sand, crystal clear blue water, record breaking sightings of models… Clifton is rated as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. So grab your towel and sunscreen and get a tan to go along with all the fun you’ll be having!
You haven’t truly had a taste of African culture unless you’ve paid a visit to Cape Town’s iconic Long Street. Filled with cafes and restaurants and curiosity shops, this urban stretch is a delightful excursion for the family by day, and raucous party-driven club mile by night. Whether you’re into shopping and trying out tasty new dishes or putting on you’re sexiest outfit and dancing till lunchtime next day, Long Street has everything for everyone.
The Waterfront located at Cape Towns harbor is a cultural hotbed of chic restaurants and delightful entertainments. Shop till you drop at the multitude of high-brand stores designed with tasteful yet affordable stock on mind or catch a movie with the partner or kids. There is a large Ferris wheel that allows its passengers to experience the giddy pleasure of viewing the entirety of Cape Town in all its splendid beauty.
The feature-du-resistance of Cape Towns silhouette, Table Mountain is something you can’t afford NOT to see when visiting our voluptuous Mother City. Take a cable car up or take the adventurous route and hike up (recommended to do early in the day and bring plenty of water) and be blown away by the magnificent sight of the land from high above. There are restaurant and other facilities established on the plateau atop table mountain so you and your companions can enjoy a delightful lunch on the topmost point of the Cape.
Cape Town is calling your name, imploring you to come visit, are you going to answer Her? Book today for the best holiday options.