LuseeyahI had no idea penguins live in SA. It is worth the visit seeing so many penguins laying on the beach sand catching a tan. The beach walk was a bit crowded making it a bit harder for us to enjoy the views from all sides. We also had the opportunity to swim and chill with the penguins at the beach. This is a total instagramable location
JCNone the most magnificent attractions of cape town. the views from the top are spectacular. the hike to the top, though tough, is extremely rewarding experience. there are many different trails to the top
Tree-LiCape of Good Hope is one of South Africa's most famous tourist attractions at the southwestern tip of the African Republic, 48km north of Cape Town, near the Atlantic Ocean, at the end of the Cape Peninsula. The storm surges of the strong west winds are constantly on the rise, and there are often "killer waves" besides storm damage. The front of the wave is like a cliff cliff, and the rear is like a gentle slope. The wave height is generally 15-20 meters. It occurs frequently in winter and is sometimes accompanied by rotating waves caused by polar wind. When the two waves are combined, the sea conditions are worse, and there is a strong coastal current. When the waves meet the currents, the whole sea rolls like a pot, and the ships that sail here often suffer, so this is the most dangerous section of the sea in the world. ...
juki235Stellenbosch is a French town in Cape Town. All the buildings here are French-style buildings. It is also planted with blue silver flowers. When the flowers are in full bloom, the whole town looks very beautiful. A strong French street mood, very different.