A cable car climbs up Table Mountain. A major geographical feature of Cape Town, Table Mountain is a popular tourist destination that features hiking, rock climbing, caving and mountain biking. The cable cars, first installed in 1929 and upgraded in 1997, give panoramic views and rotate as they climb to the summit.
Cobra Roller Coaster at Ratanga Junction Theme Park is a short trip from downtown Cape Town. The theme park features more than 30 attractions, including 23 rides that cater to a range of ages.
Two Oceans Aquarium has seven exhibition galleries with large windows to allow people to get up close and personal with the sea life. People who hold diving permits can get even closer by diving in the aquarium’s predator tanks. The two oceans that meet at Cape Town are the Atlantic and Indian.
Yes, Cape Town also has penguins. These penguins relax on Boulders Beach, southeast of the city proper and just north of the Cape of Good Hope. Cape Town is the most popular tourist destination in all of Africa, possibly due to good climate, natural setting, and well-developed infrastructure... or maybe it’s just the penguins.
Tourists at Green Market Square Fleamarket enjoy local artwork. Shopping is also available around Cape Town. Throughout its history the city has attracted people from many cultures and the city’s markets are renowned.
Table Mountain looms over the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town, South Africa. One of the first European colonies in South Africa and the second most populous city in the country, Cape Town has long been known for its diversity and multiculturalism.