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This World Heritage Site is Cape Town's most unique identifying landmark. Its summit soars 1 086 m above sea level and can be reached by means of a revolving cable car. Visitors can marvel at the awe-inspiring 360° view of Cape Town while enj...

Cape Point Cape Point - Lighthouse This landmark is part of Table Mountain National Park and is located at the end of the Cape Peninsula. In 1488 Bartolomeus Dias rounded the Cape during a dreadful storm. He subsequently named it the Cape o...

Stellenbosch Stellenbosch is a city about 50km east of Cape Town. It was founded in 1679 and is the second oldest town in South Africa. The city is situated on the banks of the Eerste River ('First River') and is the heart of th...

Kirstenbosch Guide   There are hiking trails through the fynbos as well as guided tours, including twilight nature walks. Kirstenbosch is a birdwatchers delight. Pack a picnic basket or have a meal...
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