Cape Town - after your flying lessons are over
There is a lot to do in Cape Town. In between flying lessons you can visit the 'Fairest Cape's' white beaches such as Clifton and Llandudno. Or you can climb the famous Table Mountain.
Or take a few days off from your pilot training and drive the fabulous Garden Route. Or after flying lessons, drive over Chapman's Peak, visit the southernmost point of Africa and the place where the mighty Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet. Or even the Two Oceans Marathon. Or fly in a different way and do a tour of the famous wine route and taste the wines of the Cape vineyards. Visit famous wine estates.
No fear of flying? Try the Great White Sharks!
And then, of course, there is Cape Town's great night life and the hundreds of places to visit at the Waterfront. And whale watching and diving with Great White Sharks up the coast.
Learn to fly in Cape Town? Two drawbacks
Firstly Cape Town is a place to learn flying in summer (northern hemisphere winter). Because of its Mediterranean climate Cape Town winters tend to be cold, rainy and windy. Capetonians like to promote their winter as their 'green season' but it is not recommended for flying or sun bathing.
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