Cape Town is best to visit in the summer months between November to March. The weather is immaculate and the beaches and wine estates are world-class.
Cape Town is often voted as one of the top 10 holiday destinations worldwide and it is easy to see why. The natural beauty of the location on the southern tip of Africa where the Atlantic meets the Pacific combined with the fauna and flaura, local cuisine and culture makes for a spectacular holiday destination.
There are many attractions and types of accommodation available in Cape Town, so it is best to visit a tour operator like AfricanSafariHome.com or similar. There you can see package options, get expert advice or more info in the help centre.
Cape Town is of course known for Table Mountain which overlooks the city with it’s flat mountain top and cable car access to the top. It is however only one of the many must see sights in the city.
Other popular attractions include the Miami strip of South Africa or Camps Bay as it is known. There is also Boulders Beach where you get to swim with Penguins in their natural habitat and Robben Island for a historical tour of where the great Nelson Mandela spent much of his time.
Cape Town also offers world-class wine estates with the Constantia area producing excellent white wines and the Stellenbosch area with excellent reds. Should you wish to venture further up the coastline you can enjoy whale watch and shark cage diving with a variety of shark including Great White and Ragged Tooth.
Cape Town is the heart of the Rainbow Nation and should be on any traveler’s trip to Africa. Wildlife safaris can also be arranged from this area and some of the bigger reserves are only a short flight away.