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A popular sightseer's destination in whole Africa, A world Design Capital, an economic hub of the Western Cape Province, here is the City of Cape Town. If we call it tourists' paradise, it will absolutely fit to its importance. Offering Mediterranean climate through the year, Cape Town proves its capacity to charm the tourist from around the world in any part of the year. Popular visited attractions are Table Mountain and the Cape Point. And if you are fond of swimming or romantic beach walks, here lays the world's best white sand beaches to offer you a long walks till sunset. For long day-time walks and introspection get a route to wine and botanical farm in the town. For nature lovers it's nonetheless a paradise. Book your flight and take a long breathe at Cape Town International Airport--A gate way to the worldly heaven. Make a check list of places must-to go. Here it is....
Seductive of all attractions of Cape Town is the Table Mountain. Get a Cable car to steal the amazing vista of city attractions from the top of Table Mountain.
Cape point or Cape of Good Hope:
Feel blessed when you reach this point safely- for it has proved to be disloyal, for the ships moving from Atlantic Ocean to Indian Ocean. Nonetheless, Cape Point is responsible for many ship wrecks. Utter a sigh of relieve you aren't on ship. Enjoy a beautiful view of this hope point from the Table Mountain national park.
The Castle of Good Hope:
If you are a fond of iconic architectural structures, this old fort serves best to your sight. An old fort is turned into new popular museum--showcasing the past of city at its best.
Boulders Penguin Colony:
Love the penguin, since childhood--and always thought you have to travel to North or South Pole for the love of Penguins. Just come on! Break this early notion and get yourself closer to the penguins in Boulders penguins' colony.
Most visited destination of the Cape Town, named after Queen Victoria of England and her youngest son Alfred. It is a place to be visited by the tourist of all types, whether you are shopping freak, night clubber, food lover, or just want to explore the historic harbor, V & A Waterfront offers all at one place.
Plan a trip to Cape Town and explore the beauty unseen.
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