Cape town is a beautiful landscape spot for all nature lovers and adventure admirers. During my first visit to this wonderful spot on earth I was impressed with all the opportunities this city has to offer. Whether you are enjoying the golden beaches of Camps Bay, escaping to a romantic winetasting in the vineyards of Stellenbosch, doing a safari tour or hiking up Lion’s Head and the famous Table Mountain, Cape Town will definitely impress.
Where to stay:
12 Apostles Hotel & Spa. As a member of Leading Hotels of the World this little luxurious gem located on the coast offers premium deluxe service. Amenities include: a cinema and a lovely outdoor picnic area. My favourite spot was their award winning spa with outdoor condos for an extra close feel to nature during your treatment.
What to see:
Chapman’s peak drive between Noordhoek and Hout Bay gives the most breathtaking views of the coast.
Boulders beach in Simon’s Town, just a 20 minute drive from Cape Town, is not only a wonderful beach but also home to more than 2000 penguins.
The popular saturday food market at Old Biscuit Mill in the heart of Woodstock to try delicious local food and get together with people from all over the world.
For the extra thrill:
White shark dive in Gaansbai.
Bungee jump off Bloukrans bridge which is the worlds highest bungee bridge.