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First Class Flights To Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town’s varied culture and beautiful scenery make it a popular destination for travelers. The city is known for its picturesque streets, beautiful coast, and welcoming culture. Cape Town is a city that prides itself on hospitality and a wide array of activities for visitors. To arrive well rested, many travelers choose First Class tickets to Cape Town, South Africa. Websites and travel agents provide access to discount fares and packages, even at the last minute. First class travel to Cape Town can be more affordable than you think. There is so much to do in this energetic city, spending a day at your hotel catching up on sleep won’t be on your list. Here is a short list of things to do in Cape Town:

1. The Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens – Located on Table Mountain is Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens. The Gardens cover 89 acres and have more than 7,000 types of plants and flowers. Many of these are very rare and indigenous species. There are also great sculptures located throughout the grounds. While on a mountain it is not a very strenuous walk on the walking paths and you will feel like you have been transported to another world. The walking paths are manicured to an unbelievable level.

2. Clifton Beach – Considered the Rodeo Drive of beaches. Located right off the sandy beaches are the nicest and most expensive homes in Cape Town. It is referred to as Millionaire’s Row. The white sandy beach is actually divided into four beaches because of the huge stone boulders that break it up. Visitors often want to get a glimpse of the houses as well as the rich and famous of South Africa who live there. The water itself is relatively cold and known for it aggressive surf and big waves. The weather is very hot as it is blocked from the chilly winds by Table Mountain.

3. District Six Museum – During the early 1900’s, the neighborhood of District Six was home to one tenth of the city’s population. But in 1966, when apartheid was the rule of the land, District Six was declared a white only neighborhood. More than 60,000 black people were forced out of their homes in District Six and forced to move into shanty towns in Cape Fiats which is a barren area on the outskirts of the city. The Museum tells the story about these people who were displaced from their homes and forced to live in terrible conditions in a makeshift town.

4. Muizenberg Beach – Muizenberg is a small beach in Cape Town. It is one of the more laid-back beaches in South Africa. It is where locals go to play beach volleyball, hang out and enjoy the surf. The beach has white sand as far as the eye can see. But surfing is this beaches main attraction. The water is very cold but if you are dedicated surfer or want to watch surfing this is the place for you.

5. Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point – The views from the Cape are some of the best in South Africa. It is perhaps the most amazing sight of seascapes in the world. It’s incredible windy but offers a once in a lifetime view. The Cape is part of Table Mountain National Park and has a bunch of tranquil, but windy, walking trails. The trails have many wildlife including ostriches and baboons. The highlight of Cape Point is a narrow strip of land that juts into the Atlantic Ocean and acts as the continent’s southwestern-most point. It will feel like you have reached the end of the earth.

6. Long Street – There are a lot of interesting architecture, including Victorian style iron balconies along this street. The night life is spectacular here as well. There are a lot of bars with live music. Long Street is a great place to incorporate walking when in Cape Town.

7. Hike Lion’s Head – The views of Cape Town and Table Mountain from Lion’s Head are some of the best in South Africa. A good rule of thumb to determine if you will have a good day hiking there is if you can see Lion’s Head. If it is fogged in then your visibility from there will be a challenge. The hike is short and for the most part anyone can do it. However, there are a few spots where you will need to climb. Just a heads up in case you have someone a bit older or not that flexible that it can be a bit challenging.

8. Street Art Walking Tour in Woodstock – Cape Town has a very rich art and creative culture. Just outside of Cape Town in the Woodstock suburb is a great place to see artists who are taking to the streets to express their takes on political and environmental issues. Street corners are adorned with their street art. There are over 100 current drawings on streets. The neighborhood is hip and young. Guided tours are available including some by the artists themselves to explain the concept and meanings. A very cool day to take in some art and enjoy the community.

9. Cape Winelands – South Africa is known for its wines. About 1 hour from Cape Town is Cape Winelands. The Cape is full of rolling vineyards, historic buildings and mountains as a backdrop. Stellenbosch is the most famous town in the region. Another great visit in the region is one of South Africa’s oldest towns, Franschhoek, which has fantastic wines and great restaurants in a tranquil setting. There are many company’s offering tours including a safe drive to and from so you can do plenty of wine tasting.

10. Neighbourgoods Market – One of the trendier spots for a Saturday food market is Woodstock’s Biscuit Mill development which is home to some of the best independent food businesses around. Everything from the finest coffees, craft beer and juices to the best food and snacks around. Great way to spend the day and sample the local cuisine.

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