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Worth the relatively short drive along the coast from Cape Town. Beautiful bay surrounded by mountains dotted with mansions to shanties. If you have time, take the one hour boat ride to visit a large rock outcropping where thousands of sea lions hang out and...More
I would avoid Houtbay - this political melting pot, with the highest rate of crime, road blockings, burning of houses and an aura of unsafe feelking, this is not to be visited as a vacatiion destination or casual stroll. The safest will be to make...More
Hout Bay is a nice place to take a walk at the harbour. You should see the Harbour Market, which is only open on weekends. They are playing live musik there and you can buy all kinds of stuff. Food and drinks are nice and...More
There is something about the sea and mountains which together, create magic. The Hout Bay harbour is a must see on a trip to Cape Town. Not only is it exiting when the fishing boats come in, but the antics of the resident seals create...More
There is very good and reliable bus service called the Myciti bus service.You can take the bus from Cape Town airport to the Civic Centre in town.From the Civic Centre there are many bus routes that can connect you to Hout... More
There is very good and reliable bus service called the Myciti bus service.You can take the bus from Cape Town airport to the Civic Centre in town.From the Civic Centre there are many bus routes that can connect you to Hout Bay or Camps Bay or the Waterfront or Table Mountain or other suburbs like Green point, Sea Point,Milnerton,Tableview,Century City and others.Buy a card and load money and tap in and out at bus stations which have security guards and CCTV monitors.