Cape Town Vacation
Tips to help you Plan
Your Cape Town Vacation
The provincial capital of Western Cape and the second most populous city in the country, Cape Town has a charm of its own. It typically enjoys a Mediterranean climate with distinctly defined seasons. It is a good place to visit at any time of the year. However, the months of November till January are the peak time. If you plan to visit there during this period then make sure you book the Cape Town accommodation in advance, as prices can rise significantly later.
Finding a place to put up in Cape Town in not an issue at all. One has a lot of options to choose from – from Cape Town Hotels, villas, guesthouses, hostels, B&B, etc. However, in order that you get the best pick, it makes sense that to plan and book your accommodation in advance. There is a lot to do and see in Cape Town. In fact, you will be amazed by the variety this city has to offer. From various monuments of historical interest to museums, shopping malls, night clubs, the scenic and famous cloud clad Table Mountain, serene beaches and exotic vineyards; visitors are actually spoilt for choices. The city of Cape Town has a typical colonial charm; it is noted for its architectural heritage as it has the highest density of Cape Dutch style buildings in the world.
Cape Town is well connected to rest of the world via flights. So, getting here is not an issue. All you have to do is book you Cape Town accommodation in advance, book your flight tickets and research about the places you want to see in the city. Some of the major attraction of the city includes Table Mountain, Bo-Kaap, The Castle of Good Hope, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, V&A Waterfront, Robben Island, South African National Gallery, Chapman’sPeak Drive,etc. Among these, if you want our recommendations on what should not be missed, then checkout the following:
Table Mountain Aerial Cableway
If there is only one thing that you want to do in Cape Town, then this is what you should do. Take a ride in the Table Mountain Aerial cableway for a 360 degree view of Cape Town’s most iconic attraction.
Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve
This is part of the Table Mountain National Park and is a mini-paradise in itself; this reserve is home to some of the most magnificent hiking trails, pristine beaches and a great opportunity to watch wildlife.
Chapman’s Peak Drive
If driving gives you thrill then this stretch of coastal road is one of the most thrilling drive you will enjoy.
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
If gardens are your kind of thing, then you will enjoy this landscape garden featuring the numerous varieties of flora from the Cape Floral Kingdom. It is spread over 1,305 acres of land and blends seamlessly with the natural scenery and vegetation of Table Mountain.
A trip to Cape Town can be an exhilarating and exciting experience. It is will refresh, recharge and rejuvenate you, so that you can deal with the challenges of life with more energy and fervor.
If you want to place to stay in Cape Town that is equipped with amenities and is situated in the heart of the city, then the Fritz Hotel makes an ideal choice.
https://www.fritzhotel.co.za/ for more information.