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7 Best Tourist Places in Capetown, South Africa

capetown, south africa

Cape Town is a famous city in South Africa and is one of the most picturesque cities in the world. There are many astonishing vantage points around this city providing royal views from all angles. So do not forget to bring your camera with you for taking beautiful pictures. Here we are giving you the list of 7 best tourists places in Cape Town.

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1. Table Mountain

Table Mountain is undeniably one of the best spots for experiencing the unrestrained views of the Mother City. Whether you make a decision to hike or take a cable car to the top you will be treated to amazing vistas of the lively city below. At the top, there are various walking path that lead in diverse directions and present various views of the city.

2. Victoria Road

Victoria Road is amongst the most beautiful drives in the Cape Town. This is nestled against the Table Mountain range, and from there you will see superb views of the Atlantic Ocean, and extends from the Sea Point to Hout Bay. Furthermore, there are also numerous rest spots along the way from where you can admire the wonderful sight before you.

3. Beach Road, Sea Point

Beach Road in Sea Point is a very famous strip with numerous restaurants and bars overlooking the beautiful sea. If you would desire for skipping the restaurants then you can also take a walk along the Sea Point walkway, a zigzag 11 km path that runs the length of the Sea Point beachfront.

4. Cape Point

Cape Point is well known as the most south-westerly tip of Africa; the Cape Point Nature Reserve boasts remarkable views of the Atlantic Ocean as well as the mountains along the southern coast. The highest and the most popular vantage point is the Old Lighthouse which is balanced on the peak at 238 meters above the sea level.

5. Blouberg Beach and Eden on the Bay

This is situated on the shores of the West Coast, Eden on the Bay and Blouberg Beach are the perfect beach areas with gorgeous vistas of Table Mountain, the city bowl as well as Robben Island. In addition sun tanning on the beach, you can select to enjoy an outdoor lunch as there are various beachfront restaurants or bars.

6. Boyes Drive

Boyes Drive is a picturesque drive along the mountainside above Kalk Bay and Muizenberg. From the road, you can view the Cape Flats, Muizenberg beach as well as the warm waters of False Bay on the path to the Helderberg Mountains. The road is also a suitable connection for those people who travel from the southern suburbs to the False Bay beaches of Glencairn, Fish Hoek, Simon’s Town and St James. 

7. Tygerberg Nature Reserve

The Tygerberg Hills are situated on the north of the N1 Highway on the path to Cape Town’s northern suburbs. There is an entry fee to enter into the reserve but the visitors would not meet any queues at Table Mountain Cableway and Cape Point. Various walks as well as trails lead to the across of the hills in diverse directions and there is also an area with wood in which there are many picnic tables.

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