Chapman’s Peak Drive in Cape Town, South Africa is a nine kilometers long and absolutely breathtaking drive along the Atlantic Seaboard coast. There are 114 curves to be tackled on the road which starts at Hout Bay Harbor. The drive, apart from the thrills of its turns and tackles, also offers amazing views of the sea, sandy bays, and the cliffs. Chapman’s Peak Drive is also used by the regular commuters of Cape Town and the Southern Suburbs as it lessens the required time by 20 minutes. The closing of the drive in 1999, due to a rock fall, resulted in a serious commutation problem for the locals. The drive was soon upgraded with an award winning road engineering project.
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