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Planning a tour to Cape Town? Read our tangible travel advice before you depart.

Established perfectly amid mounts and the ocean, Cape Town parades its natural splendor with pride. Escalating beyond the town, the majestic Table Mountain delivers the picture-perfect plateau for panoramic sights that expands to the gleaming Atlantic; botanical gardens appear eye-catching from its inclines, and the metropolis’s extensive golden shores assisted by lofty mountains are some of South Africa’s finest. Travelers can relish with an array of outdoor activities, from mountaineering, biking, surfing, and paragliding to whale-watching tours and cage dives with abundant white sharks.
Cape Town is lovingly recognized as the Mother City but Mother of All Towns might be a more precise portrayal. From startling scenery to ancient architecture blending with uncluttered contemporary design, this picturesque South African attractiveness comprehends it all.

Get accustomed with the geography of Cape Town

Apart from being the second biggest city in South Africa, and the capital of the Western Cape Province, Cape Town is the legislative capital of South Africa. It is positioned on the southwest side of the nation adjacent to the Cape of Good Hope and is set as the southernmost metropolitan in Africa. The Cape Town urban zone holds a great region, from Durbanville and Somerset West in the east to Cape Point in the south and Atlantis in the north. The city center is sited in a comparatively small range between Table Mountain and Table Bay.

“Do not miss” the following sceneries in Cape Town

  • 1Table Mountain
  • 2Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens
  • 3Signal Hill and the Noon Gun
  • 4Clifton and Camps Bay Beaches
  • 5The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
  • 6Chapman's Peak Drive
  • 7Robben Island
  • 8Great White Shark Cage Dives
  • 9City Hall & the Castle of Good Hope
  • 10The Heart of Cape Town Museum

Viable stuff to cover on your trip to Cape Town

  • 1Relish the scenic beauty of Cape Point
  • 2Penguins at Boulders Bay
  • 3Whale Watching at Hermanus
  • 4Watch penguins waddle on pristine beaches
  • 5Stellenbosch: A Foodie's Dream
  • 6The District Six Museum

Sneak peek into the life of Cape Town

The eventful month in Cape Town is March, when the city is engaged in festivals and events. From the Pride Festival, where art and music form the pillar to the Cape Town Jazz Festival, an international event, this city meets the expectations of all. Further, Cape Town's biggest seafaring event, the biennial Cape to Rio Yacht Race in January and the Two Oceans Marathon, a 56km marathon that takes place every April showcases the diversity and vigor of the town. For the music lovers, the Kirstenbosch Summer Concerts are held in the famous gardens in April and the Cape Gourmet Festival in May is the sensualist delight with excellent food and wines available.

Experience the most exotic Food and wine culture of Cape Town

In the hinterland, sophisticated Stellenbosch is a Nirvana for gourmands. Cape Town cooks have been silently creating their name by sourcing an abundance of exquisite fresh ingredients and experimenting out with inventive techniques and mixtures. Capetonians take their coffee very seriously and Seafood is often the most celebrated food of Cape Town dishes. It’s tough to discover such culinary-minded metropolitan where this range of delights is available.

Shopping experience in Cape Town

Cape Town was elected as World Design Capital 2014, showcasing that the city’s style, artistries, and accessories scene is thriving. A promising exchange rate implies a shopping spree of the finest of South Africa’s design offerings.

Climate

The summer months lie between December to February, when days are scorching with low humidity. The winter months of June to August incline to be pretty wet and also get very cold at night. February is the warmest month in Cape Town while July is the coolest, with still-pleasant highs around, but be careful about the torrential winter rains. In October and November, the weather gets warmer and spring appears.

Best times to visit

Prices skyrocket in December and hence impossible to get inexpensive hotel rooms around Christmas and New Year. But lodgings and food are amazingly reasonably rated. If you have the guts to face winter, you can get incredible off-season rates and dining specials at top restaurants.

Transportation

The MyCiti bus network links extensive regions of Cape Town, with fares opening at 12.60 rands one way and going up based on distance toured. But most Capetonians now are opting for Uber as their go-to means of transportation as it's inexpensive and safe.

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