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...e Hottentots Holland mountains. Visit Rhodes Memorial, Kings Block House with stunning views of Table Bay and False Bay.
...’s Beacon, the views open up to take in Table Bay and Robben Island, landmarks that guide hikers across the flat-top and...
...st for any foreign visitor to Cape Town, where you can have a drink while gazing over Table Bay towards Table Mountain.
...Climb above Rhodes Memorial for a watchman’s view of glimmering water on Table Bay and a snack in a historical cave.
Take in sweeping views across the city and Table Bay as you ascend one of Africa’s most iconic ...
Adventure seekers, get to treasure a memorable high speed 40 Knots Experience in Table Bay. Absorb t...
The Table Bay on the Atlantic Ocean is 12 miles long and 8 miles wide, with gorgeous white sand beaches that are great for windsurfing and kitesurfing.
The Table Bay on the Atlantic Ocean is 12 miles long and 8 miles wide, with gorgeous white sand beaches that are great for windsurfing and kitesurfing. It was historically a place of call for ships voyaging to India and the East. Overlooked by Cape Town and the Table Mountain after which it is named, the bay offers great views all around. Its biggest attraction is Robben Island, which lies 7 kilometres off the coast and contains the prison where Nelson Mandela and 3000 other anti-Apartheid protestors were incarcerated for decades.
Cape Town, South Africa
Karbonkelberg is a small peak in the Table Mountain National Park overlooking the harbour at Hout Bay
The Cape Wheel is a giant 40 metre high ferris wheel on the V&A Waterfront that offers panoramic views over the city, Robben Island, Table Mountain, and Paarl Mountains
The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront on the Atlantic coast in Cape Town is the highlight of South Africa's oldest working harbour
The Artscape Theatre is a performing arts centre that hosts drama, orchestra, classical opera and ballet performances
The Two Oceans Aquarium on the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront showcases the marine life of the Atlantic Ocean and Indian Ocean, which meet at Cape Town
District Six is a former inner-city residential area in Cape Town that is known for its dark history during the Apartheid era
The Castle of Good Hope is South Africa's oldest surviving colonial building, built between 1666 and 1679 as a pentagonal fortress to protect Cape Town from British naval attacks
The South African Sendinggestig Museum is housed in South Africa's oldest indigenous mission church that started out as a slave church, and presents the history of the building and the people who used it