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Top 10 Things To Do in Cape Town

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Cape Town has everything for every kind of traveler. That’s right; the perfect weather all year round together with unique beaches, good shopping, nice nightlife, incredible scenery, exquisite cuisine and interesting history that will make you want to move to the city. In this article I will tell the Top 10 Things to Do in Cape Town that will make you want to book the next flight! 1.Go all the way up to Table Mountain I was impressed with the views from Table Mountain. There are few places in the world like that where from one place you can spot
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Driving the Cape Peninsula: The Scenic Route

Driving the Cape Peninsula from Cape Town is something that everyone should really do! Why? Because the scenery is beautiful and will give you the opportunity to explore all the cities, little towns, go for a swim or indulge yourself in amazing food along the way. Hiring a car in Cape Town it’s easy, there are numerous rental services around the city so you don’t have to rush and do it straight from the airport. I recommend you to book the service as soon as you arrive for the days you want, because if you just leave it for the
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The Vineyards of Franschhoek Valley

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South Africa is world known by its vineyards. The quality and unique flavour of the wine produced in the country is one of the reasons people visit as I found out in Franschhoek. Franschhoek Franschhoek is a lovely little town in the Western Cape Province at about 75 kilometres from Cape Town. As I wanted to go for a ‘wine tasting’ tour while in South Africa I researched where I could do this. Within the most usual places people go to are Stellenbosch, Paarl and Constantia which are all close to Cape Town. I came across Franschhoek and really fell in
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Diving with Great White Sharks in Gansbaai, South Africa

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The Great White Sharks Sharks are with no doubt one of the scariest and deadliest animals in the world. They have been pictured in many movies killing and injuring people contributing to the increase of hunting the specie. Diving with the Great White Sharks in Gansbaai made me demystify my fears. The truth is that humans are not part of the shark’s diet which consists mainly of fish and seals. They rarely attack and most of those times there is blood in the water. The great white shark can be found on the coastal waters of major oceans and are huge
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