|Aerial photo from G Adventure|
|View from cable car depot on Table Mountain|
|View of Capetown and Table Mountain from Robben Island|
|Table Mountain and Lion's Head from Signal Hill.|
Cape Town is not on the Cape of Good Hope itself, that is an hour or so's drive south, seemingly straight into the vicious South Atlantic winds down the Cape Peninsula through the national park that covers most of the area. The Cape itself is Africa's most popular tourist attraction - an awe-inspiring place where nature appears unconquerable.
Why is Cape Town so amazing? So beautiful, so much history, so many changes and adaptations to the world! So many different people sharing space and heritage.
|A visit to Cape Town is a pilgrimage spot of sorts, where people come to see Robben Island in the middle of Table Bay, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years.|
|A visit to Cape Town is incomplete without a visit to the excellent District 6 Museum, which details events in Cape Town during the apartheid era.|