Two hundred kilometers away from Cape Town there is the famous cape – the southernmost point of the African continent.
Getting to Cape Agulhas, you will see the place where the two oceans meet. Of course, there is not an apparent difference between the waters of the oceans. Yet, it is the generally established boundary between the Indian and the Atlantic oceans.
This place has witnessed many a shipwreck. Strong winds and the collision of the warm Agulhas current with the ice-cold Antarctic Circumpolar current contribute to the emergence of frequent storms. The height of the waves can reach more than thirty meters. Shipping in these waters is also dangerous for the sandbar that goes into the sea for 250 kilometers.
Watching the raging waters of the oceans, you cannot help marveling at the strength and power of this element, fascinating and dreadful at the same time. When you realize that you are standing at the extreme point of the continent, and see the border between two oceans, it fills you with freedom and rapture.
Cape Agulhas is famous as the southern tip of the African continent and the meeting point of two oceans.12Cape Town
Treat yourself to the national food of South Africa. You can find it everywhere as it is the popular type of meat among locals and guests of the city.How much: price unknown9Cape Town
Go scuba diving in the waters by Cape Point during the so called Sardine Run and become a witness of an extraordinary natural phenomenon.How much: from 43080 rand19Cape Point
Buy a ticket to Newlands Cricket Ground: enjoy the game and the amazing views.How much: from 240 rand4Newlands Cape Town Cricket Ground
Welcome aboard the Blue Train. Start a journey in the luxurious train-hotel. Follow the picturesque route from Pretoria to Cape Town.How much: from 13795 rand12Pretoria Train Station
If you come to Cape Town, be sure to try rooibos. The plant used to make this drink may soon vanish from the face of the earth.How much: price unknown13Cape Town
Go to the African savannah where you will meet the springbok — a jumpy antelope.How much: free7Cape Town
Go to the lighthouse at the Cape of Good Hope and you might see the Flying Dutchman.How much: free15The Cape of Good Hope
Look for the wonderful flower protea growing on the hillslopes. This plant of various forms and colors is the symbol of the Republic of South Africa.How much: free5Table Mountain
Feed a sea turtle in the Two Oceans Aquarium — this fascinating and a bit extreme adventure will leave lots of impressions on you.How much: from 124 rand9Two Oceans Aquarium
Look around and enjoy the breathtaking panoramic view of the city and the ocean.How much: from 125 rand9Table Mountain
Try African cream liqueur made of marula fruits, the favorite treat of elephants, especially in mating season.How much: from 225 rand7Cape Town
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