When you consider the opportunity to fraternize with the beloved penguins of Simon’s Town, stopping to smell the flowers that adorn Adderley Street or zipping along the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway all in one day, it’s no surprise that the City of Cape Town was recently named “The Best Place in the World to Visit” by The New York Times.
Not surprisingly, this vibrant city perched on the shore of Table Bay is world-renowned for its conservation and biodiversity initiatives.
Dramatic social, economic and environmental progress is clearly evident these days in diverse South Africa. For example, it’s quickly grown from international isolation to seeing the City of Cape Town recently chosen as the proud host of the 2016 International LGBT Travel Association Global Convention.
Indeed, from the flea-markets of Greenmarket Square to the beaches of Sandy Bay, the residents of Cape Town are now more than ever, ready for the world.
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