Today we drove from Cape Town along the west coast road M6 from Camps Bay, Hout Bay, Chapman’s Peak Drive to the lighthouse Slangkop. The detailed travel report on this beautiful coastal road will be delivered. But we have already uploaded the pictures. If there are any specific questions about the pictures or destination, please post a comment at the end of the post.» Read the full blog post
Travel Reports » Africa
Africa is the second largest continent on earth. It consists of 55 countries and has over 1 billion inhabitants. Africa borders the Atlantic Ocean in the west, the Indian Ocean in the east and the Mediterranean Sea in the north. The shortest distance from Europe is on the Strait of Gibraltar (Strait of Gibraltar). Here the distance between the two continents is just 14 kilometres. In its entire length Africa extends over the 3 climate zones tropics, subtropics and the temperate zones. The continent is home to an enormous diversity of plant and animal species. Among the most famous animals are certainly elephants, lions, leopards, giraffes, zebras, antelopes, crocodiles, gorillas and chimpanzees. Some African cities such as Cairo, Lagos, Kinshasa, Johannesburg and Luanda are among the largest metropolitan areas in the world.
If you want to have a great view of Cape Town, the sea and Table Mountain, the best place for this is certainly the Signal Hill.» Read the full blog post
The colourful Bo-Kaap district is one of Cape Town’s main attractions. The colourful district in the heart of the city is often referred to as the Malay Quarter, Slamsebuurt or Schotschekloof.» Read the full blog post
After breakfast at our Hotel Park Inn by Radisson Cape Town Foreshore, our first visit to the famous Victoria & Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town and a visit to the Two Oceans Aquarium were our first on our agenda today.» Read the full blog post
Travelling to South Africa has always been a great dream of ours. Three weeks of adventure and experiences were ahead of us and we have put together a great route for this time. Here you will find information about our travel planning.» Read the full blog post