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In 1998, the entire of the Cape Peninsula was declared a National Park for its extraordinary natural beauty, its unique flora and fauna and its special historical and cultural significance.

Cape Peninsula & Cape Town

The new Cape Peninsula National Park extends from Signal Hill in the north down to Cape Point and includes the mountain ranges of the area and the coastal stretches.

The former Cape of Good Hope Reserve in the south of the peninsula became part of the new National Park as well as Table Mountain and the Silvermine resort.

Blessed with blue skies (at least in summer), a balmy climate, a rich cultural heritage and a backdrop of ocean and mountains, here is Cape Town, the Mother City of South Africa.

Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa

Presided over by Table Mountain and skirted by the Atlantic Ocean and a string of beaches, attractions around include among others the Kirstenboch botanical garden, the Cape of Good Hope, the Cape Winelands and Robben Island.

180 degres, Cape Town, South Africa
180 degres, Cape Town, South Africa
180 degres, Cape Town, South Africa

Mediterranean climate in Southern Africa