7 Highlights Not To Miss when Staying in Cape Town
Cape Town is an upbeat city where the Rainbow Nation is the perfect combination the urban life and outdoor into a melting pot.
Here are seven highlights we love at this beautiful city:
Arguably the most iconic image of Cape Town. Standing at the top should be on everyone’s list to see in 2018. Take the leisurely route in the slowly revolving cable car, or alternatively like to the top. When you reach the top you will enjoy the amazing sight of Cape Town and surrounds.
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL WINE FARMS
From the farms of Constantia in the Southern suburbs to the expansive estates of Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franshoek, the Cape has some of the most exquisite wine farms in the world.
In this area, it is a fact, that they produce some of the finest wines in the world. The wine route tasting fine wines learning about the history and metholodogy of winemaking from the experts, enjoying the most exquisite dining experiences.
THE UNIQUE KIRSTENBOSCH BOTANICAL GARDENS
These magical gardens at the foot of Table Mountain where established in 1913. The gardens grow only indigenous South Africans plants, and cover an area of 528 hectares. Guided Tours are available
Stood at the tip of the African Continent once inside the reserve you can choose to hike to the top or ride on the funicular to view the most south-westerly tip of Africa. On a clear day, you really can see forever! Sheer cliffs drop to the crashing waves of below white azure waters spread out as far as the eye can see a hazy horizon.
Site of former president Nelson Mandela’s prison cell where he was confined for many years prior to his historical release, Robben Island has a very special atmosphere. Take a ferry from the Waterfront and learn from the guided tours about the other men who shared the Island with Madiba, and about the incredible man himself.
The Seitz MOCAA, the new contemporary art home, will open its doors in the re-imagined historic Grain Silo building at the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town, becoming home to one of the most ‘Africa’s most significant museum in over one hundred years’ and the most influential art institutions in the world. It is a 100,000-square-foot complex.