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    I live in cape town this is a fun trip enjoy about 6 years ago

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    Definitely go up to the top of table top mountain. You can go on day safaris that are only about 2 hrs away. The Stellenbosch wine region is nearby by and there are many good wineries to visit. You can take the train to Simons Town about an hour away, it's a quiet little seaside town where the great white sharks come in and you can go on a diving tour with them. There are lots of fun activities in or near Cape Town. I loved it there.

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    Make sure you book a Metro Plus ticket & Kalk Bay is better than Simonstown to visit. about 6 years ago

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    Don't miss the penguins at boulder beach about 6 years ago

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    There are two possibilities I would recommend. On Sundays there is usually a special train that serves breakfast and runs from Cape Town station to Simonstown. I can't find a weblink for you, but you can ask at the station. If you want to go on another day I would recommend that if you have a car, drive as far as Muizenberg and then hop on the train to Simonstown. It is quite a walk from Simonstown station into the historic and prettier part of Simonstown. Have not done it myself for a while, but think it's about a kilometer if I remember correctly. Alternatively hop off in Kalkbay, which is lovely and everything is right at the station. about 6 years ago

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    Be careful about ur things, but the train s u can go ,cape town is a place which can take ur breath away. about 6 years ago

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    It is a safe train ride from Cape Town to Simon's Town, but as Dean Clark recommended, get a Metro Plus ticket, also known as 'First Class'. Try and avoid travelling on the train after dark. The trains are busy in the mornings and in the late afternoons (4pm) with all the commuters using the train for travelling to and from work, I would recommend travelling round about the same time for added safety and piece of mind. almost 6 years ago

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