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The ruins of French lay barge Boss 400 that was wrecked in a storm in 1994 are visible off the Cape Town coast, and can be accessed by diving.
The ruins of French lay barge Boss 400 that was wrecked in a storm in 1994 are visible off the Cape Town coast, and can be accessed by diving. The crane boom is visible above water.
Cape Town, South Africa
Duiker Island, part of the Karbonkelberg Marine Protected Area, lies in the Atlantic Ocean off Hout Bay
Hout Bay's beautiful coastline on the west side of the Cape Peninsula has beautiful beaches, scenic drives, and breathtaking views of the ocean and mountains
Modeled on its namesake in Germany, the Lichtenstein Castle offers gorgeous views of the Hout Bay
The Imizamo Yethu Township Museum is a local area museum, presenting the daily lives of the settlement's inhabitants
Chapman's Peak is on the western side of the Cape Peninsula, known for its spectacularly scenic drive from Noordhoek down to Hout Bay along the steep mountain-sides
Groot Constantia is the oldest winery in South Africa, tracing its origins back to the 17th century
Die Oog is a nature park with a dam lake, artificial island, wetlands and gardens that is home to over 1000 birds of different species
Camps Bay attracts hordes of international visitors every summer, who come here for the white sands and scenery