Cape Town is the provincial capital of the Western Cape and enjoys a Mediterranean climate complete with mild, sometimes wet winters and dry, warmer summers.
If you are adventurous and want to see the wildlife of Africa, such as lions, zebras and elephants, go on a Cape Town safari for the day. Some are conducted on quad bikes while some are even done on horseback.
If you’d rather see wildlife in captivity, head over to the Cape Town Aquarium where you can dive with sharks or watch hundreds of other species of fish, birds, reptiles and more.
If you enjoy swimming or other water related activities, check out the Cape Town Beaches. The area boasts two types of beaches since there is both the Indian and the Atlantic Ocean to choose from. The Indian Ocean beaches are three or four degrees warmer on average, but the Atlantic beaches have longer sunlight hours. So take your pick, as both are beautiful and offer many delights.
In Cape Town one can enjoy a Mediterranean climate complete with mild, sometimes wet winters and dry, warmer summers. Regardless of when you visit during the year, there will be a wide range of things to do in Cape Town, but for tourists who are looking to visit events like the Cape Town Jazz Festival or to take part in the Cape Town Marathon some extra planning is good.
Music lovers should come to Cape Town in March or April to enjoy the Cape Town International Jazz Festival, the 4th biggest of its kind in the world. It is a real treat for those who appreciate the fantastic selection of jazz music. Loose yourself in the great atmosphere and enjoy the food and other festivities of this musical event.
The rest of the year is also filled with various types of music, arts, and other festivities to enjoy in Cape Town, aka the Mother City.
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