18 reasons why you should visit the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden

Situated along the slopes of Cape Town’s towering Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Gardens is one of the most pristine botanical gardens on the planet.

According to South African Tourism, Kirstenbosch Gardens is home to approximately 7,000 plants species. It’s also part of the Cape Floral Kingdom, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

If you’re planning a Cape Town holiday, there many public transport to get to Kirstenbosch Gardens, but hiring a car in Cape Town is by far the best way to explore this natural wonder. To whet your appetite here are 18 reasons why you should visit  Kirstenbosch Gardens.

 

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Beautiful garden of the famous Kirstenbosch in South Africa… beautiful everywhere #africa #capetown #kirstenbosch #garden

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#kirstenbosch #capetownmag #springdays

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Growing in #kirstenbosch botanical garden

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Most beautiful botanical gardens….

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The Cape white-eye #capetown #kirstenbosch #tablemountain

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