I have a healthy bucket list of places that I wish to see before I pass on.  My husband has me watching a show called Strike Back on Cinemax and they are showing some of the most beautiful sights that I have ever seen of one of the places on my bucket list.  Let’s see what Cape Town, South Africa has to offer!

The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway is a cableway to the top of Table Mountain, one of the worlds new 7 wonders of nature in Cape Town, South Africa. It is one of Cape Town’s most popular tourist attractions. The upper cable station offers views over Cape Town, Table Bay and Robben Island as well as the Atlantic seaboard.

Besides being in awe of the fantastic views and the colors and the landscape, it is just a place that is a site for sore eyes!  The beaches at Clifton and Camps Bay make you want to spread out on the beach.  Offering plentiful bars and signature drinks who would not want to stay right?  Speaking of beaches, if penguins are your thing, Boulder beach is loaded with them and it is definitely a picture taking opportunity.  

The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront offer some of the best views in the area.  Catamarans shopping and more are on this picturesque site as well.  You can catch the night life in beautiful downtown, stroll the vibrant colored neighborhood homes and take in the great food that is offered in almost perfect weather year round!  There is shark diving, great universities for those wishing to study abroad, vineyards and festivals!  You will not be bored here!  Let’s not forget the beauty of the animals of Africa that can also be found here as well.!  I would go here because I have always wanted to visit Victoria Falls and take a dip in the Devil’s pool which sits atop Victoria Falls and allows you to look out at one of the most breathtaking sites the country has to offer.  Just make sure you listen to the guides!

Put this wonderful place on your bucket list and get out there and enjoy!  

Find more information at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/05/19/15-reasons-cape-town-shou_n_5007331.html and http://www.capetown.travel/