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Situated in the country’s far southwestern corner, Cape Town is a fairly compact city lying on a narrow peninsula. It’s western and eastern shores are separated by a spinal ridge of mountains, of which Table mountain is the most dramatic. Fondly referred to as the Mother City, Cape Town is one the few cities in the world where Mother Nature rubs shoulders with modern high –rise buildings. It’s also a city of cultural contrasts where you can wine and dine in some of the country’s best restaurants or explore the colorful cultures found in the Bo-Kaap.
With the changing political climate, it is now regarded as one of the safest destination to visit.
Get to:
There are good flight connections either direct or indirect via Dubai or Johannesburg
What to Do
Summer temperatures in December to February range from around 15 to 27 degrees Celsius (60-80 Degrees Fahrenheit), whilst in the winter months of June to August average temperatures is between 7 to 20 Degree Celsius (45-70 Degrees Farhenheit)

If you want a real Cape Town beach holiday and don't mind competing with the masses, December to early January is when to go. It is school holidays and the festive season so South African families descend on Cape Town where they are joined by visitors from around the world.

The best time to visit Cape Town is probably late January to March. The wind dies down and so does the hysteria - less mayhem, more space, with Cape Town still offering blue skies and sunshine.

Its appeal lies mainly in the variety of sporting activities offered by its coastal location, especially water sports, but also mountain climbing and hang gliding, and in the presence of places of interest such as Two Oceans Aquarium, or notable sights such as Table Mountain or Cape of Good Hope.

There are things to do and see in Cape Town for all sorts of people. There are more than enough open spaces and natural places for the wild at heart to explore, from Cape Point to Kirstenbosch Gardens. Those interested in history will be fascinated by Robben Island and the District Six Museum, the adrenalin junkies can find plenty of action and adventure, the shoppers will love the V&A Waterfront and everyone will revel in the laidback mood on Cape Town's streets.

Not to miss is the Boulders Beach, home to African penguins!! Its is just down the road from Simons Town on the False Bay coast, so not only is the water is a little warmer and the scenery stunning, but you'll find an interesting wildlife relationship in action: here it's the penguins who rule and the people who make way for their diminutive neighbours. But for a truly memorable view of these endemic birds, take to the boardwalks that lead you over the dunes and vegetation and thread their way through the noisy, bustling colony of birds

The Western Cape knows how to put on a spread. If you're a connoisseur of excellent food and wines - or even if you're an enthusiastic fan - set out on one of the Cape's famous wine routes, where you'll find plenty of culinary delights too.

Travel out of Cape Town and you have a number of choices. The Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl wine regions can be covered in a day but really deserve a little more dedication. Then there are the farms that lie out Hermanus/Elgin way, and finally Route 62 - the longest wine route in the world.

You can even take a drive on the famous garden route, one of the most spectacular scenic roads from Cape Town to Knysna and visit the Ostrich farm or have the opportunity of walking with the leopards.

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