Camps Bay is renowned for its white beaches and exclusive lifestyle. The Cote d’Azur of South Africa, it was only incorporated into the city of Cape Town in 1913, originally serving as a popular picnic site with a tram service operating in the area from 1901.
Attracting affluent locals and foreign visitors, it is the perfect beach holiday. It is the most sought after area by the wealthy. Not only do the palm tree-lined roads emit a relaxed feel, but the trendy night life is a must for any visitor looking for the perfect sunset-to-sunrise party.
The first residents of Camps Bay were the San and Khoi tribes who lived on the slopes of the beautiful slopes of the Twelve Apostles which were covered in forests (and home to lion, leopard and antelope). The tribes were decimated by measles and smallpox when the Dutch Settlers arrived in 1652 and were effectively restricted to the Oudekraal area.
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