Bask in the sun on one of SA’s top beaches, wine and dine at world-renowned restaurants, or experience ‘The Mountain’ – the Mother City has it all. WHAT TO EXPECT A trip up Table Mountain in a cable car is basically mandatory when visiting Cape Town – where you’ll enjoy mind-blowing views. Boulders Beach is home to a colony of penguins and is great for an afternoon stroll, while Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens is a must-see for a picnic in the sun. Cape Point – at the tip of the Cape Peninsula -isa pretty perfect spot for scenary that’s second to none.
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WHAT TO DO CapeTowntruly is a great escape for all ages. There’s loads of things for kids to do: Ratanga Junction theme park, the Two Oceans Aquarium, scooter tours, sandboarding, and even strawberry picking. For adults there are wineland tours, mountain hikes, shopping up a storm at the V&A Waterfront, and cocktail-sipping in Camps Bay – to really name just a few. For the more adventurous there’s paragliding, kitesurfing and kayaking…
The list is, quite literally, endless. WHERE TO SLEEP Theth ree-star Protea Hotel by Marriot in upmarket Sea Point is the ideal base to explore The Mother City. The beachfront hotel is close to the promenade, and its central location means major attractions are nearby, too.
Thompsons Travel has a two-night package at the three-star Protea Hotel by Marriot in Sea Point, from R4 627pps. It includes return fights from Joburg, two-day car rental, and daily breakfast. Children under 12 pay only for fights. Valid from 1 October to 19 December 2016. Call Thompsons on 0861 846 677; see marriott.com.
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