Once you are at the top, the cloud-clad mountain and the panoramic view of the town will be one of your best moments for years to come.
Get Familiar with History – Take a step back into South Africa’s past by visiting the award-winning District Six Museum that houses maps, photographs, recordings, and other specimen of the tumultuous days of the 60s and 70s.The Robben Island is a must-visit destination for anyone who wants to know inspirational stories of brave-hearts who fought for a free and democratic South Africa.It is consistently ranked among the topless beaches in the world.Muizenberg Beach: Considered the birthplace of surfing in South Africa, this is the beach where both seasoned and amateur surfers can have a jolly good time.Lion’s Head – Resembling a hunkering lion or a sphinx, Lion’s Head forms a part of the spectacular backdrop to Cape Town.
Located close to Table Mountain, the Lion’s Head offers a majestic view of the Atlantic Seaboard, particularly during full moon.
Between crispy mornings and groovy nights, the city surprises you with stunning sights, undisturbed beaches, vineyards, and an encouraging art scene.
Whether you climb the Lion’s Head or track the Big Five in a game drive, the ‘Mother City’ is open to any sort of adventure that makes every moment in the city worthwhile.
You must explore the premier wine estates and make the most of wine-tasting sessions.
Try Hiking and Paragliding in Table Mountain – India Venster, Platteklip Gorge, and Llandudno Ravines are some of the scenic routes that hikers take to reach the summit of the mountain.
– This enduring symbol of Cape Town is one of the New7Wonders of Nature.