WhereIsScuba took an adventure around Cape Town starting off in Stellenbosch, checking out some incredible wineries, celebrating a close friend’s wedding at the Spier and then zipping down to Cape Town!

We managed to hit the famous city at the busiest time of the year — packing it all in and ringing in the New Year with Johnny Clegg, a sunrise climb up Lions Head, and a beach day at Camp’s Bay. If you’ve ever been to this beach in the past, there’s a big chance you didn’t have the same experience we did. It was a real treat (and also slightly overwhelming) to be a part of local celebrations, maybe you’ll get the idea through some of these clips. Next time you do make it, get your cameras ready.
We hadn’t sweat enough after New Years so we searched for the tougher route up Table Mountain — it starts off to the right of the main trail entrance, and is totally worth it. Once you make it to the top you can take a well deserved break and be in awe of yet another breathtaking view. If you’re still in search of views, Cape Point is where the tourists flock to. Fun Fact: Cape Point is known as the most geographic southern point of Africa, but actually it’s not! Cape Agulhas takes the win, but it’s not as scenic.

Their top tip... Wear sunscreen!


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