Table Mountain National Park and Cape Town

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Good-looking, fun-loving, sporty and sociable. If Cape Town was in the dating game that's how her profile would read. And - for once - it's all true. The Mother City of South Africa occupies one of the world's most stunning locations, with an iconic mountain slap-bang in her centre.
As beautiful as the surrounding beaches and vineyards can be, it's the rugged wilderness of Table Mountain, coated in a unique flora, that grabs everyone's attention.
Long before the Dutch took a fancy to the Cape Peninsula in the 17th century, the land was home to the Khoisan people who valued the spiritual power of the mountains and their life-providing water. While the European immigrants, and the slaves they brought here, have all shaped the
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Historic buildings have been saved, businesses are booming, inner-city crime is coming under control and you'll seldom be stuck for a parking space. Factor back in those stunning mountains, magnificent surf beaches and outstanding vineyards and you'll soon discover - like many before you - that it's easy to lose track of time while exploring all the wonders of this unique Southern African city. Now don't you think it's time you made a date with Cape Town?

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. The Western Cape offers the visitor a unique cultural and natural heritage and a rural easy-going atosphere, coupled with a first world Infrastructure. Has a mediterranean climate, many blue skies and wonderful friendly people.
With its six distinct Regions, Cape Town Peninsula, Winelands, West Coast, Overberg,Garden Route, Karoo and Central Karoo, offers unparalleled beauty, a scintillating variety of experiences and value for money. It boasts some of the world’s most stunning tourist attractions, world-class accommodation, world-renowned restaurants, the famous V & A Waterfront, Robben Island and of course Table Mountain, Golf Courses and many entertainment venues.
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As the country lies in the southern hemisphere, the seasons in South Africa are the reverse of those in the northern hemisphere. December
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