South Africa has a few monumental attractions, though Table Mountain National Park is less magnificent.
The natural beauty of this vast expanse of bio preserve has garnered the status of a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Although the South African nation contains many sights vying for the top spot, nothing can beat Table Mountain National Park's historical significance and scenic natural spectacle.
1. Table Mountain
The popular primary highlight of the TMNP is the flat-top natural marvel; Table Mountain overlooks the amazing, lively city of Cape Town. Situated in the city's heart, this 1000+ meter summit looms over with a wide range of indigenous, unique flora that entices kin and visitors along with the spectacular views from the 'Mountain in the Sea.'
A hike up the scenic pathway via Platteklip Gorge or a stroll through the lush landscape opens up to the perfect spot awash with golden light during sunset.
A revolving cable car is a laidback option providing more views during ascension. However, table Mountain is the crowning jewel of the park, and it needs no pushing for couples to want to visit on their South Africa honeymoon.
2. Signal Hill and Lion's Head:
The upright peak to the right of Table Mountain is well-known for the shape it resembles, a lion lying down; Lion's Head is a beautifully green mound of land along with Signal Hill, resembling the lion's body, bordered by the sprawling city. Offering brilliant views of the Atlantic Ocean and the magnificent coastline, Lion's Head and Signal Hill are worth the hike via a famous trail to enjoy some incredible views.
3. Cape of Good Hope:
Cape Point Nature Reserve stretches 7750 hectares, proudly showcasing wicked coves, stellar sea views, flourishing flora and fauna, and looming cliffs. Pleinair enthusiasts unite here to enjoy marvellous scenic views where the land's pride is Cape Point, with its old lighthouse and picturesque surroundings. Pick a spot to lay down mean picnics, eat at the Two Oceans Restaurant after hiking, or take the Flying Dutchman funicular to the top.
4. Fruitful floral Reserve:
South Africa is a biodiversity preserve, with the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden boasting rich, lavish flowers over 36 hectares of land. The endangered flora is preserved at the foothills of Table Mountain, and the unique fynbos covering most of the land celebrates the flourishing grasslands. The Cape Floral Kingdom has been deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site for boasting nature in all its splendour, and it is one of the lovely places to marvel in wonderful South Africa.
5. Simon's Town Penguin Colony:
Boulders Beach in Simon's Town flaunts the land-based home of the endangered 2000 Atlantic African Penguins. The sheltered beach protects the colony of penguins and offers visitors exclusive swimming and viewing opportunities.
Foxy Beach has viewing areas across boardwalks to glimpse at the waddlers in all their wonder. A South Africa tour package is complete with a chance to swim with the happy feet of the Penguin colony.
The Animal Kingdom of the world, South Africa, is home to biodiversity landmarks like the Table Mountain National Park housing lush greenery landscapes and vibrant flowers.
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