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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...
Chapmans Peak Drive is one of the best spots in Cape Town to photograph sunsets. There are spectacular views over Houtbay and Sentinel peak.
The Two Oceans Aquarium must rank as one of Cape Towns top attractions. It is a world class aquarium and provides a way for non-underwater photographers to get some stunning "underwater" shots. With patience and practice you can master the technique of photographing at the aquarium.
Rondevlei Nature Reserve is one of the top bird photography destinations in Cape Town. A birders paradise, it also has a resident population of Hippopotamus. The reserve has several well located bird hides on the waters edge. There are arlso several towers and platforms that provide a superb elevated view to photograph from or bird watch. ...
Boyes Dr scenic drive is one of Cape Towns little gems. Linking the suburb of Lakeside with the small suburb of Kalk Bay, this drive is elevated above the suburbs and runs along the lower slopes of the Muizenberg Mountains.
The Boulders Beach parking lot provides a great vantage point for photographing the penguins as they make their way down to the water. 
Pelagic birding is not just about trying to see a few new birds; it is a whole adventure which starts with climbing aboard a boat and heading into for us humans, an artificial environment way out to sea where land is no longer visible.
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Gordon's Bay drive is one of Cape Towns scenic wonders and is possibly only rivalled by Chapmans Peak drive. Skirting the base of the Hottentot's-Holland mountains, it traverses the north eastern corner of the False Bay coastline.
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