Taking a photographic safari to Cape Town is an all included experience with many great views in and around the city, as well as the beautiful Atlantic Ocean.

Daily excursions in one of South Africa’s oldest cities, right on the southern tip of Africa, will give ample opportunity to photograph the famous Table Mountain, with its first class cable car, leading to breathtaking views of both the Indian and the Atlantic oceans as well as the beautiful surrounds.

Starting your excursions from your guest house, where breakfast is included, you can visit many of the nature reserves such as Cape Point and the Boulder’s Beach Penguin reserve or the splendid Cape Winelands along the outskirts of Cape Town.  Including more than 148 Wine Routes in Stellenbosch, Paarl or Franschoek visitors can experience globally award winning wine farms such as DeGrendel or Simonsberg.  All of these fabulous wine farms allow our guests to experience wine, gin, cheese, beer or port tastings in the most scenic environments around Cape Town.

Cape Town is also renowned for its many shopping centers, restaurants and museums, but it also has numerous magnificent historical sites to photograph such as Robben Island, The Castle of Good Hope, various monuments and other spectacular sites.

Capturing the architectural beauty of Cape Town has never been easier with a photographic safari, as Cape Town is filled with recognized heritage sites such as The Company’s Garden, Groot Constantia manor house and a photographer’s dream, the Bo-Kaap, with its technicolour homes which were former slave houses.

Other great sites in Cape Town for taking photographs include buildings like the Groote Schuur Hospital on the slopes of Devil’s Peak, where the first human heart transplant took place, which is also just a stone’s throw away from the picturesque University of Cape Town Campus.

Closer to the CBD of Cape Town visitors can also photograph the magnificent Victorian Clock Tower in Table Bay Harbour, which was erected in 1883 or Granite Lodge, which now houses the South African Heritage Resource Agency.  More adventurous tourists and photographers may also find historical landmarks such as the Portswood Tunnel interesting as some of these underground waterways date as far back as the 1600s, when Cape Town was established.

Whether interested in the history of Cape Town, or the current beauty of this first world city, a photographic safari to Cape Town will definitely add value to your holiday.

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