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5 Reasons to Join Le Wagon Cape Town

Want to change your life in 2023? Learn to code with the most renowned coding bootcamp. And what’s better than doing it in one of the world’s most beautiful places? Here are 5 reasons why Cape Town is the ideal place to embark on your coding journey in 2023 ‍♂️
Summary
Cape Town is widely regarded as one of the most exciting and beautiful cities in the world. Surrounded by two oceans and with Table Mountain, a natural wonder of the world, at its heart, the raw beauty of the city is incomparable. If you like to wine and dine, you’ll love Cape Town. It's got a thriving food culture with some of the world's best cafes, bars, and restaurants. Take a trip to the Winelands, and you'll dive deep into it's diverse wine industry. People in South Africa are known to be extremely friendly and will welcome you warmly, we pride ourselves on our hospitality. There really is something for everyone here, and you can expect both an exceptional educational and life experience here at Le Wagon Cape Town. 

It’s also important to remember that when it's winter up North, it's summer down here, so expect long, warm sunny days. On the beach, up the mountain, in a cafe, at a bar. Whatever. Good times are in abundance. We’re also in (pretty much) the same timezone as most of Europe so you can stay in rhythm and don’t have to go through jet lag. 

1. An Adventure Seekers' Paradise: 

Cape Town has it all, surfing, hiking, diving, climbing, kite surfing, paragliding, skydiving and so much more. The Le Wagon Cape Town team is here to make sure your dreams come true. We’ll link you up with world-class instructors, show you our local trails and take you to our favorite getaways. The only problem is deciding what you want to do while you are here. Once you visit South Africa you’re almost guaranteed to come again, there's just so much to do and see.


 

 
2. People are “lekker”:

"Lekker" is a slang word for really nice. Cape Town is a highly diverse city with a unique and complex history. In general, Capetonians are extremely welcoming and caring people. They will want you to enjoy the city as much as they do. They're proud to take you in and show you their home.


 
3. Top African Tech Ecosystem:






Cape Town boasts a thriving tech ecosystem, being the home of tech heavyweights such as Naspers, Takealot, Aerobotics, Clickatell, GetSmarter, Yoco, and Sweepsouth, to name a few. The city which is home to almost two-thirds of all startups in South Africa is not only a beautiful tourist destination but also has a flourishing startup ecosystem. Most startups located in Cape Town are tech-enabled and are solving the myriad of problems particular to the African continent.


4. Wine, dine, and have a fine time:






The Cape Wine Region produces some of the world's best wines. This, along with the beauty and grandeur of the wine estates makes for an unforgettable experience. Cape Town is also the home of some of the world's best restaurants, cafes, and bars. Capetonians, as they are known, are all about diverse food, great coffee, and hip bars. Life is good. Real good.



   
5. Cultural Diversity: 






Cape Town is one of the most culturally diverse places in the world. Expect interesting languages, fashion, food, and architecture. There are eleven official languages spoken in South Africa, but most people are comfortable speaking English. Cape Town has many museums and cultural/historical tours which can be organised for those who are interested.



There really is something for everyone here, and you can expect both an exceptional educational and life experience here at Le Wagon Cape Town.




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Web Development Full-Time | 23 January 2023 & 17 April 2021
Data Science Full-Time | 17 April 2023 

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