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Tourist Attractions in Western Cape

    Karoo National Park is situated about 500 km (311 miles) north of Cape Town, a 1000 km (621 miles) south of Johannesburg and a mere 10 km (6 miles) fr...
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    The Bontebok National Park is situated in the foothills of the picturesque Langeberg Mountains, located in the region of Swellendam. The park was proc...
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    Table Mountain National Park, Cape Town: At the south-western tip of Africa, the Table Mountain National Park encompasses the incredibly scenic Peni...
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    The West Coast National Park is set in an area where guests can view thousands of seabirds that roost on sheltered islands, relax on pristine golden b...
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    Wilderness National Park in the Garden Route, South Africa is situated close to the N2 highway, just 15 kilometres from George and 2 kilometres from W...
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    Do you have that sporty streak? Are you looking for a place where you can unleash your wild side? For those who want to have the time of their lives w...
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    Mention Boulders Beach and the first thing you will hear about this place is the presence of some unusual friends who will make sure that a visit ther...
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    Camps Bay is finest place to enjoy in any season. Camps Bay contains erotic palm tree stretch, scene of Table Mountains, Lion Head and obviously the s...
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    Cape Town is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the world. It is known for its exotic beaches, multicultural community, well-developed ...
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    Elands Bay is 200 km away from main city of Cape Town that is west coast of South Africa. One can go to Elands Bay via any means of transportation inc...
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    Location: Western Cape, South AfricaNearest city: StruisbaaiArea: 20,959 hectares (51,790 acres)Established: 14 September 1998Governing body: South Af...
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    The Cederberg is one of the largest mountain ranges in Southern Africa. It is a rugged mountain wilderness of 700 square kilometers. Many spectacular ...
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    Every tourist visiting Cape Town wants to climb Table Mountain, but very few climb Devil's Peak which is right next to it. There is no cableway going ...
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    White Shark Ecoventures invites you cage diving with great white sharks in the aptly named "Shark Alley", near the fishing village of Gansba...
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    Highest peak in the Western Cape, which can be climbed in 5 hours from De Doorns. Towers over the vineyards of the Hexriver valley, along with the res...
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    Highest peak in the Cedarberg range. On route to the top is the monolithic Maltese Cross, a solid 20 m high rock pillar, eerily shaped like its famous...
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    Table Mountain is a large flattop mountain in the far southwestern corner of Africa. It overlooks the industry and sprawling suburbs of Cape Town, and...
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    An impressive square red sandstone peak which is the second highest point in the remote and rugged Cedarberg range. Great area for high-grade multi-pi...
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    A multitude of climbing routes, from easy scrambling to high-grade multi-pitch rock climbing with many overhangs. The fantastic weathering of the red ...
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