Before leaving the airport, clear the odometer/kilometer reading on the control panel of your car to zero.
After 12.5 kilometers, the N2 highway is joined by the M3 highway.
Continue following the N2 Cape Town/ m6 Sea Point/ Cable Way/ International Convention Center (CTICC) signage.
After a further 6.5 kilometers (total 18.5 kilometers), the highway comes to an end at a large intersection on the edge of the city centre, which has the international Convention Centre to your left, the entrance to the Waterfront to your right, and Table Mountain ahead of you.
Proceed straight through this intersection onto the continuation of the N2 highway (which now becomes Buitengracht Street).
After 2.5 kilometers, (20.5 kilometers total) on Buitengracht Street, it changes name to Kloof Nek Road.
After a further 3 kilometers (total 23 kilometers), you will crest Kloof Nek Road with Table Mountain and the entrance to the cable car station to your left.
Stay on this road following the signs that read "Camps Bay / Bakoven".
Continue on this very windy road all the way down into the centre of Camps Bay (which you will see below you).
The Twelve Apostles Mountain Range is now visible, stretching out in front of you.
After 3 kilometers, (total 26 kilometers), turn left at the stop street into Houghton Road. After a short distance, at the second stop street, turn left into Victoria Road, the coastal road.
After about a kilometer, the coast becomes undeveloped and it is 3 kilometers further on in this beautiful nature reserve that you will find your hotel.
Your entire trip is 30 kilometers.
Cape Town [D.F. Malan], South Africa — 19 Miles
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