Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Table Mountain in Cape Town is probably the most famous landmark in South Africa and is often mentioned when a conversation erupt about South Africa.
Cape Town is also home to the South African Navy, the Kirstenbosch Gardens, The Whales of Hermanus, The South African Breweries hops and barley plants in Caledon.
Other places of interest to tourists visiting Cape Town are The Greenmarket Square, Betty's Bay,Bantry Bay,Llandudno,Fishhoek, The Wine route of the eatern cape,Stellenbosch farmers winery,Paarl, The Kasteel where Jan van Riebbeck established the stronghold in Cape Town upon its discovery.
The scenic drive along Chapmans peak is one of the most memorable things to do on the Mountainside in the surrounds of Table Mountain cableway and Devils Peak and Lions Head.
In this picture you can see the picturesque views of Table Mountain from a waterside restaurant at the Victoria and Albert Waterfront- a must for all visitors to Cape Town.If visiting in April to September pack warm clothes for cool evening weather.