Previously the Cape of Good Hope was also called the Cape of the Storm. It is a famous cape in the southwestern part of Africa and is a landmark of Cape Town. It is also the intersection of the South Atlantic and the Indian Ocean. There is a black and white monument in the scenic area. The monument is to commemorate the Portuguese navigator Da Gama, who pioneered the navigation route from Europe to India.
Table Mountain is a landmark in Cape Town. The top of the mountain is as flat as a table. It seems to be flattened with a knife, so it is also called the dining table of God. On the right side of Table Mountain is Lion's Head Mountain and Signal Hill, and on the left is the Devil's Peak. Every year, a large amount of water vapor rises to the top of the mountain after encountering Table Mountain, and then forms a spectacular cloud under the action of cold air. It is like a whole piece of tablecloth covering the entire Table Mountain, and the scenery is very beautiful.
This market is located in the downtown. It's a place with a collection of diverse items which attracts Capetonians. The collection of curios, art, and various other goodies grabs the attention of the Out-of-town visitors.
The lookout point on this ridge provides a great view of Cape Town and its surrounds. While the view is nice any time the weather is okay, dawn and sunset are the most popular viewing times. A parking lot is located near the viewing point for easy access for visitors.
To get up close to rockhopper penguins, get face to face with cape fur seals or have a creepy-looking ragged-toothed shark swim over you, this is all possible thanks to the 11m-wide by 4m-high acrylic panel in the predator exhibit. You can do it all from inside one of Cape Town's premier attractions. Located at the V&A Waterfront, South Africa's largest aquarium has an impressive collection of exhibits and species and ranks among one of the best in the world.
This trendy enclave has one of Cape Town's greatest beaches and one of the most visited. The spot isn't just well known with families and other beach-goers but couples as well. The background of rock formations, The Twelve Apostles and Lions Head, and a generous assortment of vogue restaurants and shops make it one of the more picturesque locations in this already beautiful city and a perfect spot for a romantic evening.