This national monument was built in memory of Cecil John Rhodes, the former Prime Minister of the Cape Colony, and is ... More
This national monument was built in memory of Cecil John Rhodes, the former Prime Minister of the Cape Colony, and is situated on the eastern slopes of Devil's Peak on a portion of land Rhodes set aside to preserve the beauty of the mountain. The steep steps of the neo-classical granite memorial offer sweeping views over the Cape Flats, stretching out to distant northern mountain ranges. Alongside the memorial is a large reserve for herds of eland, zebra and antelope. For those who want to sit and take in the view, there is a tearoom housed in an old stone cottage with a beautiful garden. This is also a popular starting point for hikes.
We went in August 06, with a friend from the Uni, its a nice walk from the Uni campus and def worth it. it has an amazing view and on a clear day youcan see for miles. Not much to do there but its is free! and a perfect place for a picnic!
The Hilton Cape Town City Centre is easily accessible from the Cape Town Airport. Located in the heart of South
Africa's second largest city, at the foot of Table Mountain, the hotel is close to many shops and businesses, ...
As a satellite of the South African Cultural Museum , this museum features exhibits on the Cape Town Muslim community
and historical insight into the city's diverse inhabitants. The museum is situated in a restored home of the historic ...
The Cape Peninsula is possibly one of the most spectacular combination of sea and mountain scenery in the world. At
Cape Point, one also finds a treasure house of some 1200 different species of fynbos (Afrikaans for 'fine bush') ...