Cape Town ‘is as diverse as its landscape’

Keen travellers should make sure they visit Cape Town at least once in order to explore all the city has to offer.

This is according to an article in Candis magazine, which describes the South African city as “like no other” thanks to its range of attractions for all kinds of people.

For instance, there are mountain ranges for climbing hiking and watersports, as well as safari parks for animal lovers.

In addition, the city is also likely to appeal to environmentally-conscious travellers, since it community-based tourism is prevalent in Cape Town, the article points out.

“This kind of tourism is becoming more popular with people wishing to experience the ‘real South Africa’ and benefits the local rural and urban communities directly,” Candis states.

The piece adds that there are a variety of different projects that tourists can get involved with, from shopping for handicrafts to volunteering in regional communities.

For people with plenty of time to relax in Cape Town, the Amakhala Game Reserve in Paterson in recommended for its guided safaris, while Table Mountain is an obvious must-see for Brits.

Anyone considering holidays to South Africa may be pleased to know that there is only a time difference of two hours between there and the UK, so no pesky jet-lag!

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