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The centre of Cape Town is home to numerous shops, street markets, historic buildings and fine restaurants with a cosmopolitan but distinctly South African feel. Cape Town’s waterfront is a lively and fun location particularly in the evening filled with a wealth of restaurants, bars and shops this area is beautifully set between the boats in the harbour with Table Mountain rising majestically behind.
A trademark of Cape Town and even South Africa Table Mountain rises 3500 ft from the city centre; an exhilarating cableway and breathtaking views from its flat top that can be hiked by the more adventurous visitor. Kirstenbosch Gardens on the slopes of Table Mountain feature the Cape Floral Kingdom with its wide range of Proteas and other unusual plants. The Cape Peninsular has some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in South Africa. The Cape of Good Hope, beautiful beaches, such as Fish Hoek & Camps Bay and a huge colony of Penguins at Boulders Beach.
South Africa’s 'Fairest Cape' features spectacular coastal scenery and beaches, dramatic mountains and an entire floral kingdom. Cape Town’s Table Mountain provides the ‘Mother City' with its beautiful backcloth. Cape Town has some of the finest luxury hotels and unique Bed & Breakfast accommodation with traditional South African hospitality at an affordable price. Cape Town exudes history from the Castle of Good Hope built in 1666 to museums charting South Africa's turbulent past.
Hot (30C +) and fairly dry summers (November to March). In autumn (April / May) and spring (September / October) temperatures can reach the mid - 20C. Winter is wetter but at the coldest rarely goes below 15C. Cape Town can be prone to windy conditions at anytime.