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Boomslang Tree Canopy Walkway | Kirstenbosch | ©Arne Purves
The "Boomslang" is a tree canopy walkway up in the tree tops where you can experience the trees like the birds do. Enjoy spectacular views of the mountains and the Gardens, and over the Cape Flats to the mountains beyond.
Dramatic Seascape Noordhoek Beach
Noordhoek Beach (north) is a popular walking, birding and surfing beach. The expansive white sand beach, granite rock formations and rugged coastline in general makes this a popular beach for photography.
Cape Sugarbird
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens was recently named one of the top botanical gardens in the world.
Kalk Bay Harbour Boats
Kalk Bay Harbour is a lively working harbour and one of the best places to buy fresh fish straight off the boat. It’s also a great place to take photographs – it’s almost impossible to take a bad picture here!
Swift Tern in Cape Point
Buffels Bay is a great spot for photographing Terns. There is usually a roost of Terns on the rocks adjacent to the bay. Swift and Sandwich Terns are common.
St James is a small coastal "village" along the False Bay coastline. Nestled beneath the mountains and the sea, it is a favorite swimming spot for families and children.
The Simonstown Longbeach extends from the Simonstown Station, down up to the Dido Valley robots. It is a popular dive training spot due to the calm waters and the few wrecks that are in easy reach of the beach.
Myburgh's Ravine's is an easily accessible ravine (kloof) on Table Mountain, over-looking Hout Bay. The ravine is well known for its Red Disa's in full flower during the months of January through March. Cascading waterfalls, indigenous Afromontane forest and a wide selection of birds makes this a great location to capture some of Cape Town's wildlife. ...
The Zeekoevlei Estuary is a small estuary that enters False Bay along Baden Powell drive, adjacent to the Strandfontein Sewerage Works. The small mouth of this estuary migrates rapidly up and down the beach and several attempts have been made to stabilise these migration paths with little success. Thus, the nature of this destination changes...
Baden-Powel drive is one of the many roads that runs along the spectacular False Bay coastline and links various parts of the Cape Town metropole to one another. The road which runs right next to the sandy beach front and crashing waves will often produce views of Cape Cormorants flying in their characteristic V-shaped skeins as well as endangered...
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