We start off with what is presumably the most symbolic point in Cape Town. With views that will "knock your socks off"- Table Mountain.
If you decide on venturing up , make a point of bringing your camera with you. Also, if you stressed over the 4-hour climb, don't stress, there is a cable car. In the event that Table Mountain doesn't settle your hiking needs, there's Lion's Head, which is about an hour hike.
There are a lot of other open air and climbing trails in Cape Town, so you are not quite constrained to a couple places.
Cape Point Lighthouse and Robben Island
Cape Point Lighthouse and Robben Island are likely the most notable places in Cape Town. The beacon is really a standout amongst the most visited attractions. Situated in the southern most corner of Cape Town, which is literally at the end of the world.
Robben Island, is the place Nelson Mandela was held, and will make you think about the historical backdrop of South Africa.
The walk through the jail, generally given by ex-detainees gives a chilling look into the conditions Nelson Mandela was kept in.
On a lighter note, on the off-chance that long strolls and excellent surroundings are more your speed, Kirstenbosch Botanical greenery enclosures are well worth investigating. It has more than 7000 types of vegetation and in the late spring, they have open air shows.
Cape Town has wonderful shorelines. Boulders beach is a prominent family shoreline. Don’t be shocked in the event that you find a fuzzy companion along the shoreline. The Beach has a couple of penguins that typically tend to their very own concerns.
Surfing in Cape Town
In the event that you are a greater water child, and need to snatch your board and catch a few waves- look to the Muizenberg shoreline. This shoreline is considered as a surfer's shoreline yet regrettably crowed. Two of the most populated shorelines in Cape Town, are Camps Bay and Clifton.
One thing you can't leave Cape Town without doing is going wine sampling. Not quite a bit of a wine head myself, but rather I can refer you to a portion of the best wine farms I've gone by: Groot Constantia, Cape Vineyards, Steenberg Vineyard and Eagles Nest wine home.
Cape Town is Known For its Way of Life
District Six Museum, Iziko Museum Collection and the Planetarium are places you simply must visit if wanting to experience the best exhibitions. Workmanship lovers will experience paradisiacal pleasure.
Evenings out in Cape Town can be really energizing. With such a vibrant population, rest assured you will meet some extremely cool individuals. An undisputed top choice of mine is Beer House. What's more, in the event that you are searching for a place to club with a touch of a class, Coco is for you.