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A day out in the Western Cape’s activity ‘hot’ spots!

By 28th April 2015 No Comments

Travelling to Cape Town? It is certainly one of the trendiest destinations to visit in 2015. With its remarkable rock formation ‘Table Mountain’ land marking the centre of the city, forest walks, picturesque wine lands, suburb beaches, the best restaurants, game drives all in close proximity and an array amount of fun activities to experience… this city has it all and more!

Here is some images of the cool stuff you can see and do in, and around this magnificent city…

Walk and Chillax on Table Mountain in style… Spend the whole day meandering the well-designed paths in search for the best view spot. Pull out a picnic, put up your feet and enjoy this majestic view of the city, surrounding mountains and the cool Atlantic Ocean… A MUST do activity!

Table Mountain

Summer is here and the beach life is at the peak. Check out the top beach spots where the locals hang. One in particular is the famous trendy beach of Camps Bay. Enjoy the views whilst sipping a cocktail from the ever-so-trendy cool restaurants that dot the beach front. This place oozes with class!

Camps Bay

Take an adventure into the wine lands around Stellenbosch and Franshhoek and test your palate with the splendid wines of the Western Cape. Set in the midst of rolling mountains and white Cape Dutch homesteads, these ever-so classy wineries will leave you with a sense of calmness and a little tipsy.

Winelands

Hire a car or join a Cape Point Tour – With its sheer cliffs, rugged coastline and meandering paths, the Cape Point National Park will not disappoint. Hike up to the lighthouse for panoramic views to die for and cable car down. Bring your camera as this is a photographer’s haven.

Cape Point

Last, but not least is the Jackass, Cape penguin Colony… These unique penguins inhabit at Boulders Beach, on the coastal stretch of Simonstown. This unique colony are endemic to the area and only found here in the world. Walk the boardwalk and enjoy the presence of these amazing flightless birds.

Seal Colony

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Blog and images by: Michelle Lewis-Loubser, Acacia Sales & Marketing