Cape Town is absolutely stunning to visit. From the Cape Peninsula breath-taking view up to the different hotels and restaurants that completes the trip; absolutely you’ll get to enjoy what Cape Town has to offer. Both nature and man completes the package of serenity and relaxation and makes you want to stay more in this amazing place.
What is best is that Cape Town has many beaches to offer that you can choose from. Each beach has a thing or two to offer you that you must go. According to various sites, here are the top beaches that are a go-to!
- Clifton Beaches
Wouldn’t you know it? The four Clifton Beach in this place is one of the most beautiful beaches around the world. The place is “Instagram-able” with its dark blue waters and white sand coastline, it’s definitely a tourists’ must-seen. You can reach this place about 10 minutes coming from the city to enjoy and relax. There are also giant boulders around that make the scene more attractive and captivating. You can soak up under the heat of the sun and get acquainted with other people from around the world especially during summer time because this is one of Cape Town’s tourist destinations.
This beach is not one of the most beautiful beaches here in Cape Town but is a surfing destination that provides good waves to practice on. If you like, you can get the chance to enroll in a surf class instructed by some of the good local surfers. To get to this destination, you must drive to it from the city, it takes a while to get here but it’s worth driving to. Also, a fair warning, due to the awesome waves, sharks are often drawn to the place, but there’s nothing to worry, there are shark spotters on daily duty and there are certain protocols here to keep everyone safe. There are also colorful Victorian bathing boxes that are picturesque view to take. It’s an adventure!
- Boulders Beach
For those penguin lovers out there, good news! Go to Boulders beach and get a chance to look at them up close and personal. This beach is located outside of Cape Town. This beach is a conservation area for the African penguins. Tourist may visit the place by using boardwalks that leads visitors to beaches and to the penguins. Boulders Beach is 40 kilometers South of Cape Town, a great place to pack a picnic meal and just relax and unwind for a while especially with your family. Another fair warning, no matter how cute the penguins are, the locals tend to remind visitors not to feed them and they are easily startled, visitors must keep in mind to be in distance with these animals.
- Camps Bay Beach
Camps Bay Beach is more accessible than Clifton beach. It’s the best known beach on the coast of CAPE Town. There is no wonder people flock the area both locals and tourist since it’s a good place of recreation and entertainment. Like many play volleyball and beach bats, many also go out with their dogs and just walk around, many would tan and soak up and the most awesome view of the Table Mountain can be seen here. Many restaurants are near to this beach, so there is no problem to get a glass of wine and some side chips to enjoy the view and just relax. It’s truly a Mediterranean ambience to just be filled up with.