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Guide needed in Cape Town?

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We'll be visiting Cape Town for the first time and spending 3 nights, so we'll have 2 full days for siteseeing. One day we definitely want to visit Boulders Beach, Cape of Good Hope, etc., and plan to hire a private guide. What I'm wondering is whether we need a guide for the other day, or if going to Table Mountain and exploring the city is easy (and safe) done on our own. Or if there are other not-to-be-missed sites outside of Cape Town we should plan on visiting? We'll be heading to the Winelands for a couple of days after Cape Town, so don't need to do that as a day trip, but are open to other ideas. Thanks!

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