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5 Reasons to Travel to Cape Town

Cape Town is a beautiful and well-run city located close to the iconic junction of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. It’s a vibrant and fascinating place, awash with a myriad of cultures and imbued with a long, interesting history.

Cape Town is where it all began for South Africa, and it’s still an impactful and delightful destination for both local and international travellers. Here’s why everyone loves to travel to Cape Town and why you shouldn’t be the one to miss out!

  1. Abundant Nature
    There’s no shortage of natural attractions in the Mother City. Within the city limits you’ll find no shortage of parks and green spaces. The Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden’s world-renowned for its thriving collections of plants, Cape Point is a floral biome on its own, and the wine lands even offer opportunities for game spottingin between sips.
  2. So Much to See and Do
    You could spend months in the Mother City and never run out of new experiences, tastes, and activities. From the ocean to the mountains, the city overflows with thrilling adventures, of both the indoor and outdoor variety. Opportunities for relaxation abound, and you’ll never tire of the endless supply of local eats, fine dining, and DIY cooking experiences, never mind the excellent wines, craft beers and artisan gin.
    If you love arts and culture, brace yourself for an overwhelming array to choose from.
  3. So Much for City Slickers
    If you find the appeal of the big city bustle irresistible, you’re in for a right royal time in Cape Town. The nightlife varies from sophisticated dining, rooftop pubs, live music, and thumping nightclubs.
    By day, you can shop until you drop in search of designer gear, unique handmade local items, or iconic souvenirs. From high-end malls to farmer’s markets, there’s always something irresistible up for grabs in Cape Town.
  4. Opportunities for Exploring Further Afield
    Whether you’re looking for a day trip or want to stay somewhere a little off the beaten track, Cape Town’s surrounds have plenty to offer.
    You can experience laid back country living, mountain biking, walking, and hiking in close proximity to the city, or use Cape Town as a base for exploring further afield.
  5. Mild Weather
    Cape Town summers present long sunny days with barely a drop of rain, offering abundant opportunities to enjoy glorious white sand beaches or a host of outdoor activities.
    While winter has its challenges, it’s nothing compared to the winters in the northern hemisphere, opening the door for many enjoyments both indoors and out.

Discover More When You Travel to Cape Town

Everyone has their own reasons for falling in love with the Mother City. Are you ready to discover yours?

Browse our blog for more ideas about what to do when you travel to Cape Town, and get in touch to book your self-catering accommodation in Cape Town now.

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