There’s no doubt that Cape Town offers beautiful photographic opportunities. Head down to one of the most popular tourist attractions, the V&A Waterfront where you’ll get to see what the fuss is all about. While you’re at it, be sure to absorb the culture, do some luxury shopping, and marvel at some of the most treasured gems.
Two Oceans Aquarium
One of the most popular attractions at the V&A Waterfront, the Two Oceans Aquarium offers a spectacular underwater experience. The aquarium is great for the entire family as there is so much to see and do. You’ll get to see different marine life, as well as underwater creatures such as sharks, turtles and penguins.
While exploring the V&A Waterfront, you cannot miss the opportunity to appreciate the art of Zakhele, a well-known mime who has been going at the craft for more than 13 years. This artistic act should definitely be part of your trip, as it will bring added value to the entire experience. The likes of President Jacob Zuma has said to see the work of Zakhele and was so impressed that he left a whopping tip for the mime.
An experience not to be missed, head down to the historical and beautiful harbour to slip away on a yacht such as Tigger Too for a sunset cruise while sipping on some sparkling white wine. On the trip you’ll be able to see the scenic coastline of Cape Town and witness the amazing golden backdrop of the sun setting.
Wine and dine
The V&A Waterfront boasts some of Cape Town’s most popular and best restaurants. There are over 80 restaurants to choose from to wine and dine with a view of the harbour and the city. Be sure to indulge at one of the restaurants accompanied by local and international cuisine, as well as some good wine.
Hop onto the Cape Wheel to get a panoramic view of the Mother City. The Cape Wheel offers a one of a kind experience, as you’ll get to see Table Mountain, Robben Island, Paarl’s mountains and the Cape Town Stadium.
The above listed are just a few things that you can enjoy while touring the V&A Waterfront. There are several more things to enjoy such as shopping at some of the local and international retail stores, exploring the history behind the harbour at the Chavonnes Battery Museum and admiring diamonds at the Cape Town Diamond Museum. With that said, you should have beautiful photos of Cape Town beautifying your Instagram account.