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Cape Town Gay Accommodation and Travel
Gay travel books and directories have all sung the praises of Cape Town, in South Africa, the sophisticated gay friendly gateway to exciting Africa. Cape Town hosts the famous annual "Mother City Queer Project" (MCQP) party, drawing both the local and international gay community to Cape Town to participate in this fabulous costume party. Cape Town's Somerset Road is alive at night with rainbow revellers enjoying the buzzing bars, pumping clubs and some of Cape Town's best restaurants. Clifton Third Beach and Sandy Bay are a must for gay visitors to Cape Town, but slap on lots of sun protection as the Cape Town sun can be quite unforgiving! In case you are interested in specific gay B&B Cape Town.
The Cape's Garden Route, in South Africa, is all about an abundance of blue sky, never ending white sand beaches, rolling oceans and dramatic mountain scenery. The Garden Route includes the seaside towns of Mossel Bay, Knysna and Plettenberg Bay. Mossel Bay and Plettenberg Bay are renowned for their long white beaches washed by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, while Knysna is scenically set on the shores of the protected Knysna Lagoon. The laid back Garden Route town of Mossel Bay is listed in the Guiness Book of records as having the second mildest all-year round temperature (first is Hawaii!). Mossel Bay, known as the "gateway to the Garden Route", is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts and has first class gay friendly accommodation. It's no wonder that the peaceful paradise of Mossel Bay is such a popular South African holiday destination. Plettenberg Bay, or "Plett", is affectionately referred to as "the jewel of the Garden Route". Plett is a tranquil, charming and hospitable town. The natural assets in the Plettenberg Bay area, such as the sweeping beaches, rocky peninsulas, rivers and lagoons, make Plett the perfect destination for those who want to explore, or just laze about.
de waterkant village - cape town's gay village
Cape Town's gay village is situated in the heart of the fashionable "De Waterkant Village". The village is the perfect base to explore Cape Town from and has a number of gay friendly accommodation options including hotels, guesthouses, B&B's and self-catering. De Waterkant Village is centrally located and in walking distance of restaurants, gay bars and clubs and Cape Town's buzzing city centre. More...