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Mountainous and scenic landforms, flat-topped peaks, lingering vertical cliffs, exciting wildlife reserves, meeting point of peninsula and mainland as well as Mediterranean climate, all speaks about the richness of Cape Town. Highly suitable climatic conditions, far-reaching coastline, craggy mountain ranges, vast coastal plains, inland valleys and semi-desert fringes make the region alluring and worth exploring. Travellers from across the world fantasize about the land of wine & cuisine, culture & heritage. A varied range of expansive mainland, water and air activities are so welcoming that outdoor adventure enthusiasts skip here all year round. They catch the local flair by participating in the events that exhibit the old culture through unique native experiences.
St. Sebastian Bay
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Nature lovers directly go deep down under the layers of Cape Town to snort the powerful vibrations of Southern Right whales. Travellers migrate to St. Sebastian Bay to see, feel and live with this amazing creature of ocean. In fact, it’s one of the best vantage points to view these gentle mammals. The native people are friendly and share their interesting story with you about their encounters. The place also holds start fish, octopus and a wide variety of crabs, which pampers the feeling of ocean lovers.
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Trekking enthusiasts love to approach Chapman’s Peak as early as possible to mingle with the arrangement of landmasses, green lands and spectacular pathways. Chapman’s Peak drive is highly unique and has the capability in the minds for years to come. Known to offer ultra majestic views of the mountain, sedimentary rocks, endangered vegetation, mesmerising slopes, infinite layers of granite, it is one of the most visited places of Cape Town. This dramatic mountain is much bigger, brighter and wider than any of the firecracker in this world. Conundrum for some and transpiring for many, this peak can make its way to your conscience.
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If you love to see white lions celebrating the dinners, then Sanbona is the best place near Cape Town; it takes only three hours to reach the wildest lions, flora, fauna, and history of rock formations. Absolute luxury and home of the ferocious white lions, travellers come here with their photographic apparatus to have the wonderful experience. Rhetorical land of bludgeoning traits, this land will seemingly provide you an eminently unforgettable experience.
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