South Africa, once symbol for discrimination, today an example to follow. In 1994, when South Africa has officially adopted her democratic constitution, ending years of racial discrimination another thing has happened – they became to be the first African state which legalize LGBT marriage. Today magical Capetown offers us a kicking gay scene combined with diverse tourist attractions.
There are many reasons why to visit Cape Town; the spectacular view from the table mountain; visit in the seal island; high class restaurants; trendy clubs and much more. But this November there is another reason – The annual Synergy Live 2015; Cape Town legendary electronic music festival. International and local performers will entertain you in a 3 days festival. This is not a gay concept festival, we didn’t fight for equality to limit ourselves to gay events. Synergy Live 2015 is a well-organized festival with camping area and all the necessary facilities to enjoy your stay: hot showers, toilets, phone charging point, food and entertainment.
You can come with a group of friends or hook up with the local ass kicking gay community of Cape Town. Cape Town is a gay heaven with tons of gay bars, clubs and gay friendly hotels, restaurants and other tourist services. So just cock surf and find some local host to show you around. Most of the gay activity is located in De Waterkant, known as the gay village. This is a colorful neighborhood with well-preserved buildings giving your vacation the perfect scenery. Gay bars, accommodations, restaurants and international gay mixture is abundant.
When you need to chill out from the electronic music it might be a god time to visit the national park and enjoy the table mountain view on the area. don’t miss the table mountain national park. This is a must see site in Cape Town and a world heritage site. To go up to the top, you can take walk or just take cable car and enjoy the panoramic view of the city.