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Cape Town has done it again, the Mother City has earned yet another Top 50 title only this time it is for being a photogenic city.

 

South Africa (14 January 2021) – Cape Town is the most popular destination in South Africa and is often listed on the top travel lists in the world. Recently Big 7 Travel released their list for the most Instagrammable cities in the world and Cape Town landed on the list for the 3rd time in a row.

Instagram is a platform that people love to use to share snippets of their lives. South Africa is one of the top travel destinations in the world. Merge the two together and you get a match made in heaven.

In 2019, Cape Town landed 5th on the list, 2020 earned a 15th place and 2021 Cape Town got 45th place.

“Dramatic scenery, fantastic hiking trails and deserted beaches that boast spectacular ocean views. What more could you ask for? Cape Town is an Instagrammer’s dream location to visit: endless natural beauty and clifftop views, pastel pink neighbourhoods and turquoise waters.”

Cape Town gets loads of love from the world because of its international status but it isn’t the only good thing in South Africa. South Africa is also home to the Big 5, the Panorama Route and the Big Hole. While the website only featured images of Cape Town, South Africa has so much beauty to offer.

Who doesn’t love a trip in the bush, watching our incredible wildlife, or standing on top of the world (kind of) when looking out over the Blyde River Canyon. Let us not forget our incredible cultural diversity and exciting new ways to encounter it.

Big 7 Travel has a “Best of” list for everything and South Africa often features in the top 50 of these lists. From the sexiest accent in the world to the most festive cities across the globe. Cape Town was even voted onto one of the best destinations of the decade!

1.5 million people from 60 countries take surveys and vote for the best travel accolades around the world. Big 7 Media share these lists to promote global travel.


Sources: Big 7 Travel – Supplied
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