Africa is well-known for it’s collection of unique and memorable experiences as well as natural or man-made marvels. The World Travel Awards have published a list of nominees to select Africa’s Best Tourist Attractions including some of Cape Town’s most loved.

The World Travel Awards serve as a hallmark for travel industry excellence and rewards the best facilities, business and destinations across sectors of the travel, tourism and hospitality industries.

Residents and travelers can vote online for their favorites till 19 August. Here are some of the Cape Town nominees:

1. Table Mountain

Without a doubt Table Mountain is one of Cape Town’s most beloved landmarks, leaving locals and visitor alike awestruck with it’s natural beauty.

2. V&A Waterfront

The heart of the city. Happy Sunday. #sundayfunday #capetown

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A true social hub of Cape Town. The V&A Waterfront is one of the best spots to take great photos, shop and enjoy delicious food with a harbour view all in one place.

3. Garden Route

A natural gem of the West Coast and THE place to be when spring time comes to the Cape.

4. Robben Island 

A place that holds tremendous history for South Africans and Capetonians.

5. Cape Town Wine Routes

| It’s finally here 🥂!! | After months of filMing we’re excited to share this little teaser with you. We’ve managed to photograph, time lapse and get 360 degree interactive previews of the Constantia Wine Valley as never before! Here’s the 60 second clip – watch the longer one on our website – and start to explore each of the nine wine farms on an interactive virtual tour. . Just another way we’re complementing 333 years of winemaking with some tasteful modern touches. See more at constantiawineroute.com . . #loveconstantia #southafrica #lovecapetown #southafrican #meetsouthafrica #thisissouthafrica #capetown #constantia #winefarm #localislekker #winery #winelover 📸 @eyeonlocation

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A journey of the Mother City’s most celebrated alcoholic beverage, wine, along exceptionally picturesque landscapes. Where memories are made and sometimes forgotten but always enjoyed.

Vote for your favourite here: www.worldtravelawards.com

 

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Aimee Pace

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