Robben Island is a well-known island in Cape Town. It's quite suitable for people to go with friends. People are very enthusiastic. It's worth visiting the island. There's not much time to stay here before the ship leaves. When I can find it, I really feel that it's a fantastic journey and follow the navigation directly to the scenic spot.
From the top of the hill, you can see Cape Town, a coastal city, and the blue coastline of the Cape Peninsula. You can also see Robin Island, the isolated island where Mandela was imprisoned for many years, and you can see the magnificent headland. The scenery here is amazing.
Robben Island, where Mandela was held, had only 20 minutes of waterway time, and then he spent 27 years.
A small island off Cape Town is well protected by nature. There are many animals and plants that can be visited by boat.
In the vast Atlantic Ocean, there is a small island floating - Robin Island, which is the "prison island" of that year. In the haze, the island appears to be haunted.
The Island pictured here is Robben Island, which is listed as a World Heritage Site. Former South African President Mandela was imprisoned on the island for more than 20 years.
It is said that the 27-year prison for Negro leader Mandela is located on the island ahead.
I like to go there to Robben Island although it is difficult to understand the history of the Great Wall. The tour guide was very interesting and we visited the whole island by bus in prison. It's better to buy tickets in advance. There's an amazing view from the cherry blossoms on Table Mountain. We even saw a whale. Generally speaking, I like the whole experience very much.
It has beautiful scenery, magnificent cape, blue coastline, magnificent and wild. It used to be the place where Mandela, the spiritual leader of the national movement, was imprisoned. Now it is a museum. It is worth visiting.