The Exotic side of Africa Cape Town
Think of the word ‘Africa’ and it would remind us of one person – Kevin Carter. His photograph of a ‘starving toddler trying to reach a feeding center when a vulture landed nearby’ not only won him an award for portraying the truth about distressingly horrible situation in the life of African population, but also brought in aid and relief in kind to those people from all around the World. However, what Kevin Carter showed to the world is only one side of the coin. Looking at the flip side shows an altogether different picture of the African lifestyle and Infrastructure.
That’s right!! The flip side of the coin has a name engraved in it – Cape Town.
Travelers from around the Globe visit Cape Town, considered to be one of the most exotic locations in the lands of the African Continent. A considerable percentage of the country’s annual revenue is by promoting tourism in Cape Town. 1.5 million Tourists visited this sophisticated and beautiful place in Africa in 2004 which proves the revenue claim to be correct. One of the prime attractions in Cape Town is the Beaches. For example, ‘False Bay has a white sandy beach which has a very pleasant water temperature of 15 to 20 degrees even during summer. A few others to name could be the beaches along the Atlantic Seaboard. One who has visited ‘Clifton’- along the Atlantic coast is bound to admire the affluent suburbs and tastefully built hotels, restaurants and bars.
There are quite a few holiday accommodations in Cape Town that are rater 4-star and 5-star. With the ever-growing demand for Hotel accommodations in Cape Town by the foreign tourists, most of the hotels have their own website. In order to facilitate the accommodation booking options, these hotel accommodations in Cape Town have their own website. Also, as part of their promotion strategy, Cape Town hotel special offers are published on these sites for their customers to avail the best deals.
‘The more, the merrier’– this saying holds good especially when it comes to planning for a vacation. The more family members and friend one has on board, more enjoyable would the trip be!! Special offers on Hotel Accommodation are offered especially for Group accommodation. A simple online form that asks for basic details like your name, contact details, Check-in and Check-out dates, no. of guests and the currency one wishes to pay during the stay is all that is needed to avail the best discounted group accommodation in Cape Town.
It would be a shame not to mention the fun and adventure activities along the coastlines of Cape Town. An Annual surfing competition is conducted in Cape Town. And for nature lovers, one gets to watch Penguins along the Boulders Beach and Whale watching is famous along the False Bay coast. What more could one ask for in a holiday destination!!
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