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Gay Cape Town
Introducing Gay Cape Town

Regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in the world:- 'heaven at the tip of Africa' and voted as one of the top 5 Gay travel destinations, Cape Town is a cosmopolitan city with beautiful people, breathtaking scenery and far too much to see and do in just one visit.

The world famous picture postcard Table Mountain, fine gay accommodation, white sandy beaches, lush countryside, arid plains, game reserves and just about anything else you could imagine discovering in paradise. Including an exciting gay scene. No wonder most visitors return year after year!

Capetonians' easy-going attitude, together with the new liberal South African Constitution which safeguards gay rights, make Cape Town an extremely gay-friendly city. Today Cape Town has a huge per capita gay population and boasts possibly the most developed gay community on the African continent. Over and above its stunning natural scenery and superb beaches, Cape Town has over 100 gay venues, which includes clubs, bars, businesses and organisations, making it South Africa's undisputed queer capital.

Britain's The Guardian newspaper named it "one of the 10 most popular gay travel destinations in the world today." The United States publication Out and About similarly named it as "world-wide favourite."


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