Holidays to Cape Town - Atlantic Seaboard
With Table Mountain looming over it and the infamous Cape of Good Hope out to sea, this stretch of Cape Town’s coast offers some of the finest South African scenery imaginable. White sandy beaches look out over the seas here and behind them the nature parks play host to a diverse range of wildlife. There’s plenty of entertainment too with Camps Bay fast becoming the city’s go-to party scene.
Endless white sands, wetlands and wildlife behind it and a countryside feel make this the region’s favourite beach.
8km of fine white sand stretch as far as the eye can see. Just out to shore you’ll see the shipwreck Kakapo too.
The prison in here was where Nelson Mandela was locked up for 18 years. You can go inside and see his old cell.
20 minutes from the city centre, this gallery specialises in paintings, drawings and sculptures from African artists.
Hike Table Mountain
There are plenty of routes to the top. The paths starting at Camps Bay are gentler and less busy routes to take.
Visit a game lodge
There are 21 game lodges nearby – each one offering the chance to see Africa’s wildlife in its natural environment.
The nation’s favourite snack, this dried and spiced game is often made with kudu, springbok or ostrich meat.
This hearty sausage can be picked up at street food stalls everywhere – some of the best are at Noordhoek market.
Bay Harbour Market
The live stage at this marketplace comes alive with local bands providing the entertainment every Friday night.
Camps Bay strip
The shoreline at Camps Bay is lined with bars offering live music, sundown cocktails and late night partying.
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