Hout Bay is a picturesque fishing port village and the center of the Snooker Barracuda industry and the headquarters of the Lobster Fishing Boats. There is a very early fish market in South Africa on the dock. It is now a distinctive seafood retailer, the “Sailor Wharf”, which still maintains its old appearance. There are restaurants and gift shops near the fish market, where visitors can enjoy hearty seafood lobster meals. Hout Bay is famous for its Seal Island. Seal Island is also a famous tourist attraction in the Cape Peninsula. There are many seals on the island.
It's beautiful. Many people run along the coast and eat at the seaside restaurant in the evening. It tastes good, but it's expensive. Four people and tips cost 1400 local currency. Weekends or holidays are very crowded and it takes half an hour to find a parking space. Look at the pictures and see how beautiful they are!
Hout Bay is a picturesque town on the Cape Peninsula. It is also one of Cape Town's most famous bays. It is hidden between the two mountains. Many yachts and sailboats are moored in the bay. There are handicraft shops and some open-air stalls on the wharf, among which are handicraft products made of wildlife's fur and teeth. There will be a group of black people killing fish and feeding seals near the dock. Photographs taken close to the seals will be charged, so please take them quietly. In addition, although the seal is cute, but the taste is really not complimentary.
Hout Bay, Cape Town's famous bay, picturesque fishing village, the Bay moored a lot of yachts and sailboats. There is an open-air craft booth on the wharf. From here, you can go to sea by yacht to watch seals. The beautiful harbour is hidden in the mountains.
Hout Bay is the most beautiful bay in Cape Town. It is surrounded by mountains on three sides and the sea on one side. There are many yachts docking in the bay. It is also the starting point for Cape Town to go out to sea, watch whales and dolphins, and develop commerce. It is absolutely worth visiting. It is very busy both during the day and at night.
BMW Mercedes-Benz automobile advertisements are born here! Do you think my eyes will be wrong?
Cape Town is not a big city. The tourist spots are all around the East and west coasts of the Cape Town Peninsula. The tourist attractions are basically in line. Therefore, the tourist efficiency is high. It can visit several scenic spots in a day and make use of time. First look at a panoramic picture of Haute Bay and the Twelve-disciple Mountains.
Cape Town's Hout Bay, a small town with an average harbour, is famous for Seal Island. After swimming, hunting for food and searching on some internet, the seafarer restaurant ranked first, located at the port entrance, happy. So they went upstairs and entered. As a matter of fact, the waiters wore seamen's clothes. The decoration was old-fashioned and the customers were numerous. Sit down, look at the menu, in the clouds and mists, in a hurry, pull the waiter to the open kitchen window, referring to the food one on one.
The only way to Seal Island. The climate is pleasant, the environment is friendly, the people are friendly and the atmosphere is harmonious. PS: The Chinese proficiency of local blacks is appalling. If you don't talk, just listen to him and say that you even think it's a China hand. If you talk to them, you'll show your stuff, and you'll get those words.
This is Cape Town's most famous bay. There are many yachts parked in the dock. From here, you can also go to Seal Island. The small market of the dock is also good. You can find some handicraft souvenirs, and the Chapman Highway, which has a great seascape.
The famous Bay in Cape Town, South Africa, has yachts to go to sea and artists to perform on the wharf. Many private yachts are parked in the bay. It's beautiful!