South African beaches, Boulders beach, Clifton and Camps Bay
South African beaches offer clean waters, white shores and safety nets. The other good news was that, a total of eight South African beaches were awarded the renowned Blue Flag-symbol. The Blue Flag is an international annual award given to beaches that meet excellence in beach management. City council officials in Cape Flats, a city with the highest concentration of threatened plant species in the world developed a bio-diversity strategy to deal with endangered plant species on this planet. South Africa in the very same month joined up with 4 other nations around the world within the global treaty to protect a number of the world’s most rare ocean birds-the majestic albatrosses and massive petrels from extinction. Nevertheless, in spite of the great news in several parts of South Africa some places are confronted with severe drought. The drought is deteriorating as water levels have dropped in several dams.
The Cape Peninsula is catagorized inside the Table Mountain National Park, a Natural World Heritage site that also lies inside the tiniest still most diverse plant kingdoms on The planet. The Cape Peninsula stretches from Cape Town's city centre to Cape Point, where the Atlantic and the Indian oceans meet. Along this coast you will find the South African beaches e.g. Camps Bay and Clifton and the nudist beach of Sandy Bay. Visit the enchanting fishing villages of Hout Bay with its famous Mariner's Wharf and Simon's Town with its Boulders beach and seal colony.
Activities include bathing, diving, fishing, and hiking, visiting museums, forts, art routes, shopping and enjoying the excellent seafood on offer. Carved into solid rock, Chapman's Peak Drive is one of the most spectacular mountain drives in the world, starting in Hout Bay and ending at Noordhoek allowing you to enjoy the panoramic scenery at several look-out points.