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10 amazing Cape Town attractions not to be missed on your next visit to the Mother City. Make sure to take advantage of Vineyard Car Hire's incredible summer specials! Find the perfect rental car......

10 amazing Cape Town attractions not to be missed on your next visit to the Mother City. Make sure to take advantage of Vineyard Car Hire's incredible summer specials! Find the perfect rental car at the best rates and get ready to explore the highlights of Cape Town this festive season!

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  • 1. You don’t need a holiday…. You need Cape Town
  • 2. 10 unforgettable Cape Town attractions A trip to the Mother City is not complete with out a visit to the following iconic attractions.
  • 3. 1. Table Mountain Explore the newest wonder of the world by taking a scenic trip up Table Mountain with the aerial cable way. Table Mountain has officially been included in the New7Wonders of Nature after receiving over 100 million global votes. Enjoy panoramic views of the City Bowl and see Robben Island in the distance. Image credit: tablemountain.net ; 2summers.net ; dumirocks.wordpress.com ; www.savenues.com
  • 4. 2. Uncover the Cape’s unique history Cape Town is home to the iconic Robben Island Museum where Nobel Prize laureate Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 years incarcerated on Robben Island. Immerse yourself in the rich history of Cape Town! No visit is complete without a trip to the District Six Museum, the museum pays homage to the colourful community that was forcibly removed during the 1960’s due to the Apartheid enforced Group Areas Act. Image credits: 10and5.com ; www.capetownblog.net ; www.africapoint.net ; www.theguardian.com
  • 5. 3. Dive into the deep blue depths in search of the majestic Great White The waters surrounding Cape Town are favoured by a variety of sharks, the Great White in particular. Face your fears by encountering these majestic creatures first hand in a riveting shark cage diving experience. Image credits: www.thedivesite.co.za ; www.visualizing.org
  • 6. 4. Laze the days away on one of the many idyllic Cape Town beaches Cape Town is flanked by the warm Indian and cold Atlantic Oceans offering visitors a wealth of beaches to choose from which to while their days away. Cape Town is also home to 8 Blue Flag beaches which have been accredited with the international Blue Flag status. Beaches with this status are required to meat stringent criteria such as water quality, environmental education and management as well as strict safety services. Camps Bay, Clifton 4th, Muizenberg and Bikini Beach are a must see on any trip to Cape Town. Image credit: www.tripadvisor.com ; fineartamerica.com <a href='http://www.123rf.com/photo_16515408 _camps-bay-and-hillside-cape-town-southafrica.html'>edan / 123RF Stock Photo</a>
  • 7. 5. Toast the good life and explore the wine route Cape Town enjoys and impressive reputation for its variety of top class, internationally acclaimed wines and picturesque wine estates. The Cape Winelands boasts home to the longest wine route on the planet! The iconic towns of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl have a rich history in wine, making it any wine lovers dream destination. Image credit: winetimes.co; africancourtesytours.co.za <a href='http://www.123rf.com/photo_12108 466_beautiful-vineyard-and-clearsky.html'>michaeljung / 123RF Stock Photo</a>
  • 8. 6. Take a long scenic drive Chapman’s Peak is renowned for being one of the most scenic drives in the world. Hugging the Atlantic Coast between Noordhoek and Hout Bay, this 9km route is a must for visitors who are passionate about the majestic Cape Town scenery. The drive offers stunning 180 degree views with many areas along the route where you can stop to take in the exquisite surrounding views. Why not consider partnering a trip to the iconic Cape Point with a scenic drive to Chapman’s Peak. Image credit: www.capetown.travel ; www.safarinow.com ; 790tv.co.za ; www.sa-venues.com; www.safarinow.com ; www.collectionmcgrath.com
  • 9. 7. Enjoy the spoils of the ocean Flanked by two distinctive oceans, Cape Town is home to a myriad of seafood delights. Local menus showcase the best in fresh seafood with line fish that has been caught the same day landing up on your plate at dinner time. Seafood restaurants are generally well priced and portions are as bountiful as the sea. Whether you are interested in high class fair or want to enjoy a traditional parcel of fish and chips along the coast- Cape Town has something to satisfy your tastes and suit your pocket. Image credit: www.flighthunter.co.za ; www.mweb.co.za
  • 10. 8. Waddle with the penguins at Boulder’s Beach You might be surprised to know that you needn’t travel to the icy poles to encounter these cute waddlers. Cape Town is home to one of Africa’s largest penguin colony at Boulder’s Beach in the enchanting naval town of Simon’s Town. Spend the day observing their boisterous antics from the walkway or watch them as they waddle pass you as you soak up the delicious sun on the beach. Image credit: www.capetown.travel ; msobomvutours.wozaonline.co.za ; www.capetownmagazine.com ; <a href='http://www.123rf.com/photo_17836 367_boulders-beach-cape-town-southafrica.html'>mariusz_prusaczyk / 123RF Stock Photo</a>
  • 11. 9. Experience Cape Town like a local Cape Town is home to a kaleidoscope of different cultures. The majority of South Africans live in townships which can be found spread throughout the country. Cape Town is home to some the oldest and most vibrant townships in the country namely Gugelthu, Khayalitsha and ImiZamo Yethu. Visitors can expect to hear about the rich history of these areas, enjoy home brewed beer, partake in local cuisine and gain insight to the authentic way of local life with a traditional healer. Image credit: www.zafaritravel.co.za ; blog.sa-venues.com ; capetowntownshiptour.wordpress.com
  • 12. 10. Shop till you drop Cape Town is home to the V&A Waterfront, a shopping mecca for the discerning traveller. Browse through a multitude of boutique stores or discover unique hand made crafts, whatever your choice there is a myriad of attractions to keep even the most professional shopper occupied. Top class restaurants, the Two Oceans Aquarium, the Wheel of Excellence and the Nelson Mandela Gateway are all located within close proximity to each other at the V&A Waterfront. Image credit: www.capetown4u.co.za; www.waterfrontvillage.com ; gathua.wordpress.com
  • 13. The festive season is the perfect time to travel to Cape Town. Make sure you book your set of wheels with the specialists at Vineyard Car Hire. Travelling around Cape Town needn’t be a hassle or a drain on your pocket. Make sure to take advantage of Vineyard Car Hire’s Summer Special. Vineyard Car Hire’s fantastic deal is perfect for hiring a car when exploring the sights and sounds of Cape Town. Rates are available for a minimum hire period of 3 days and are valid for pick-up and drop-off anywhere in Cape Town.