69. Cape Town – Probably one of the most beautiful places in the world. From the imposing Table Mountain (A World Heritage site) to the faultless beaches, and the hospitality of the people, enough can’t be said how good a holiday destination this is, has to be experienced to be believed. Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years, has now been turned into a tourist attraction; your trip would not be complete without visiting here.
The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa, 5 Star Hotel Cape Town
One of #CapeTown's major tourist attractions, Cape Point is Covered in endemic fynbos, it boasts a wealth of picturesque bays, beaches, rolling green hills and valleys and is just a short drive from The Twelve Apostles Hotel. #CapePoint #Hotels
This falls is probably the world's deadliest waterfalls. The fascinating 95 m tall Howick Falls of South Africa is known to Zulu people as the "Place of the Tall One". There have been a recorded 40 deaths surrounding Howick falls. Most of these have been recorded as suicides but accidents and murder have also been known to occur. Despite of these tragic events, the falls has become a major tourist attraction.
A Pub Inside South Africa’s Biggest and Oldest Baobab Tree
In the land of Limpopo in the northernmost province of South Africa, there lies a mythical tree that stands for around 6,000 years. The baobab tree looks unusual as its kind possesses branches that point skyward, making them look like growing upside-down. But other than being the biggest (girth and height of 47m by 22m) and…