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Table Mountain
Table Mountain is officially one of the New7Wonders of Nature. Towering 1085 metres above the city, Table Mountain is often covered with cloud known as the table cloth, which is how Table Mountain got its name.  Table Mountain is a place of richly diverse flora and fauna.  The view on top of the mountain is unsurpassed with 11 viewpoints to take in the spectacular views.  There are a number of walking and hiking routes on Table Mountain, as well as rock-climbing routes. For those less energetic, the cable car has a rotating floor to ensure a 360 degree view while travelling up or down.

V&A Waterfront
Breathing life and pulse into the V&A Waterfront is the centuries old flourishing harbour which remains 100% operational.  Its sumptuous blend of Victorian architecture, maritime tradition, and African culture combines to create a one-of-a-kind shopping environment that is unrivalled anywhere in the world. There are 400 stores selling everything from fashion, homeware and curios, to jewellery and leather goods.  Add a diverse offering of local and international brands that guarantee something for everyone, irrespective of taste or budget and about 80 restaurants and bars catering for anything from fast food to fine-dining and its small wonder that the place is so popular with locals and tourist alike.


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