Published: February 5th 2010February 5th 2010
Cape Town beats hands down most places I have visited. The sheer contrast of white sandy beaches against the backdrop of the looming Table Mountain makes for a breathtaking sight. The memory of watching the sun go down from the bistro atop Table Mountain remains unforgettable. Hiking up the Platteklip Gorge was demanding but proved well worth the experience. The Gold of Africa Museum with its gold display was simply dazzling to say the least. There is every conceivable tour for exploring the city. Be it by walking, bicycling, boating, or by bus.
Though, Cape Town abounds with delicacies, the taste of Biltong remains a tantalising memory. If you are not a shopaholic, Cape Town will make you one with its irresistible shopping options spanning world class malls and bargain friendly delights like ‘The Pan African Market’. With FIFA fever reaching a crescendo, this is the best time to pick your Cape Town flight tickets
and find out why it is called the Mother City.