Cape Town Vacations, Cape Town Activities, Travel to Cape Town, Night Life in Cape Town
In the picturesque part of South Africa, Cape Town has something for everyone. With its wide variety of activities one could easily spend a week or more in Cape Town. Holidaymakers rush into Cape Town enjoying the hot weather, beautiful scenery and sunny beaches. Famous for its hospitality, Cape Town mixes trendy establishments favourably like any other cosmopolitan centre. Surrounded by the legendary Devil’s Peak and historical Signal Hill, the impressive presence of Table Mountain stands above the city. From the landmark beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay to the vibrant V&A Waterfront and Cape Town city centre and the award winning wine farms of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, Cape Town will not be forgotten easily. There’s a lively cultural scene, particularly when it comes to music, which seems to pervade every corner of the city. The general ambience is open-minded and relaxed.
For guests, Cape Town offers a variety of activities. On a clear, windless day, while wandering around the beaches you might see a paraglider heading towards you. The Cape Peninsula has a wide array of walking and hiking trails catering to all fitness levels. In lush forest, indigenous fynbos and rocky terrain, hiking is a good activity. The Cape Peninsula has fantastic surfing – from gentle shore breaks that are ideal for beginners to cliffs of water that only experts should tackle. Cape Town has some exceptional golf courses; they are designed by internationally acclaimed players and they are held in a beautiful surrounding. A trip out to Table Bay on a harbour cruise could be one of the highlights of your Cape Town stay.
If you like nightlife, the party atmosphere of this city will keep you up all night dancing, tracing and getting high on the beat. Bars stay open late and clubs get going from 11pm; many restaurants are open till midnight, some later. There are restaurants and bars a-plenty at the V&A Waterfront as well as in the city centre and along the Atlantic Seaboard areas of Clifton and Camps Bay.
Where to stay? In The Twelve Apostles Hotel, savour the play of light on mountain and sea from the comfort and tranquillity of any of 70 rooms and suites, all decorated with understated elegance and crisp cool linen. Comfort is combined with the convenience in The Bantry Bay Luxury Suites of Cape Town and it is ideally located for the frequent business traveller or family with a busy agenda. Offering stylish and contemporary accommodation, Protea Hotel Sea Point is the perfect base for business as well as leisure travellers.
In conclusion, for ones who are looking for a great vacation, do not need to think anymore. Cape Town is more than you imagine.