Cape Town is a port city on the southwest coast of South Africa. The city is home to a variety of natural and cultural attractions. Add these places to your list on your visit to Cape Town.
The fort was built in the 17th century. Today, visitors can learn more about the military history of Cape Town. Open daily, admission costs about $3.
Located off the coast of Cape Town, Robben Island is known for housing the jail where Nelson Mandela spent the majority of his jail time. Today, visitors can go on a tour to learn more of the history of the island.
The flat-topped mountain offers panoramic views of Cape Town. There are thousands of species of flora and fauna on the mountain, including some endemic to the region. The popular tourist spot can be reached by hiking or cable car.
Situated in Table Bay Harbour, the mixed-use complex features commercial and residential properties, hotels, shops, restaurants and other entertainment venues. The space attracts millions of visitors annually.
Opened in 2017, the museum is the largest museum dedicated to contemporary African art in the world. The museum is open daily. Admission costs about $14.
Anyone who’s visited a destination known for its northern lights viewing during certain times of the year knows, just because you visit doesn’t mean you’ll be able to actually see the northern lights. A lot has to come together for them to be visible, and if the weather doesn’t cooperate, you might be out of luck. However, a new cruise aims to help travelers avoid the disappointment of traveling across the world just to be left lightless.
Experience the life-changing destination of Greece by exploring its island gems in the Ionian Sea. Scattered off the western coastline of Central Greece, to the south of Peloponnese, the Ionian Islands are an island group comprising large and small islands.
More and more travelers want to feel good about the hotel they stay in and the trips they take. They want to know their vacation isn’t harming the environment and local community they are visiting. These hotels go above and beyond when it comes to giving back to local communities, employees, the environment and more.
According to Kampgrounds of America’s 2023 report, 38 percent of campers say they will camp during the winter season while another 27 percent say they are thinking about it. Benefits of winter camping include fewer crowds, snowy scenery and opportunities to ski. Cabins and glamping are also growing in popularity this winter season. Here are five winter camping destinations and tips.
What was your airport experience like the last time you flew? If you’re like most travelers in North America, you might have been pleasantly surprised to find your closest major airport offered a better experience than you remembered.