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MONDAY 9TH DECEMBER 2019
A THING TO DO THIS MONDAY

in CAPE TOWN
PRICE: R70 (adult)
TIME: 90 mins
The dramatic colours and shapes of southern Africa's plant life are on display at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens, matched only by the dramatic setting at the foot of Table Mountain. Discover the highlights with a walking tour this Monday at either 10am, 11am and 2pm - leaving from the Visitors' Centre on Rhodes Avenue in Newlands, Cape Town.
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CAPE TOWN
33.93°S, 18.42°E

Sunrise: 05:28
Sunset: 19:48
Moon Phase: full moon
Weather: overcast clouds, 23°C max, 18°C min


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