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What to do in the Western Cape during tourism month

CAPE TOWN –September is Tourism Month, and with businesses reopened and inter-provincial travel allowed, here are some ideas on what to do in the Western Cape.

TABLE MOUNTAIN

Table Mountain cableway is open and at the weekend it received some snowfall. If you are brave enough, take a hike up or take a trip up using the cable car.

 

TWO OCEANS AQUARIUM

If you are not one for the outdoors, the Two Oceans Aquarium will keep you dry and warm during the last days of winter.

 

WEST COAST NATIONAL PARK

Every year South Africans flock to the West Coast National Park for flower season. The park is opening the Postberg section for self-drive visits.

 

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HIKING TRAILS

Trail Life SA is a group of like-minded individuals looking to explore every corner of the Western Cape with regular hikes through various parts of the Western Cape. Get in contact through their social media pages and join their next adventure.

 

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FOOD

The Western Cape has some of the best chefs and baristas in the world and in line with supporting local businesses, spoil your family and make a stop at your local coffee shop or restaurant.

 

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