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We'll be in cape Town, hermanus, cape algulas and then?? Winelands? Mountains? Wildlife? Help!

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    Table mountain for sure. With the cable car you will be carried up to the top. Nice view from there. We can see where the Indian ocean and pacific ocean join together from the top of the table mountain.
    Other thing you can go to the seal island, two ocean aquarium, pinguin park. Just grab the map and place to visit at 'i' centre. over 6 years ago

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    If you are interested in viewing some wildlife in the Western Cape, I would suggest visiting Aquila Private Game Reserve, only a 2 hours drive away from Cape Town. This big 5 game reserve offers daily safari packages which includes game drives and lunch (for a day trip), or there are over-night packages as well. A tour through the winelands is highly recommended. There are many tour companies that offer trips through the various wine routes. For more ideas about what you could get up to in the Western Cape, you can always have a look at my latest blog post for things to do in Cape Town and South Africa in general. Hope it helps! http://journals.worldnomads.com/thea/ over 6 years ago

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    Also visit Cape Point and the towns around False Bay. Stellenbosch and Franshoek is good for wine and food. over 6 years ago

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    Indian Ocean and Atlantic Ocean meets at Cape Point...:) almost 6 years ago

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    Take the Hop-on-Hop-of Bus tours departing from the V& A Waterfont in Cape Town for 2 different routes through Cape Town and Peninsula. almost 6 years ago

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    I'd definitely recommend Aquila Private Game Reserve for some wildlife viewing.

    Along the garden route, there is also the Cango Caves in Oudtshoorn which are absolutely stunning with their dripstone formations. While you're in Oudtshoorn visit the Ostrich Show Farm and go on an ostrich tour and attempt to ride an ostrich! Great fun.

    Hope you enjoy!

    Aquila Private Game Reserve:
    http://www.aquilasafari.com/

    Cango Caves:
    http://www.cango-caves.co.za/

    Ostrich Show Farm
    http://www.cangoostrich.co.za/ almost 6 years ago

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    Definitely visit the Cederberg Mountains and the best place to stay is at www.geckocreek.com almost 6 years ago

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    Make sure when you're in CT to see BooKaap, St James, Table Mt., and get some tours of Langa and Khayelitsha. Ere are some awesome art centers there. Also make sure to go to down town, Observatory, and the over 5 years ago

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    Actually no oceans meet at Cape Point/Good Hope, they meet at Cape L'Agulhas, which is the southern most tip of Africa over 5 years ago

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