Western Cape

Affixed to the tip of Africa as it is, the Western Cape lies bordered by two oceans - the Indian Ocean to the south and the Atlantic to the west - which goes a long way to clarify its allure. The diversity of this province is unique, not only because of the different landscapes and magnificent nature, but also because of the interesting mix of cultures. This contributes to the diversity in religions, art and cuisines.

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Cape Town

Set right at the tip of the African continent, dangling between the icy Atlantic and warm Indian Ocean, is Cape Town. The city is an eclectic collection of cultures, languages and landscapes.

A Cape Town holiday will immerse you in a world of remarkable beauty and diversity that is distinctly Capetonian and uniquely South African.

Reach the top of Cape Town's greatest natural landmark, Table Mountain and enjoy unsurpassed views of the city. See how it all fits together; from the white, sandy beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton to the vibrant city centre and the shopper's paradise of the scenic V&A Waterfront. Learn about the struggles of the past and heroes of the present on a trip to Robben Island or explore Constantia with cheese and wine tasting tours through the vineyards combined with a visit to Boulders Beach with its resident African penguin colony.

Cape Winelands

Within an half an hour's drive from Cape Town you will find yourself in the green valleys of the Cape Winelands which are surrounded by proud mountain ranges. Towns and villages have many historic homesteads and monuments, and every so often fruit orchards are to be seen, whose produce may be found in all corners of the world. It is the Mediterranean climate and winter rainfall of the south-western Cape that produces some of the best wines in the country.

The rich, fertile soils along the Breede River Valley and especially the areas of Somerset West, Paarl, Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, have become world famous for their whites, reds, sherries, ports and brandies.

Garden Route

The Garden Route stretches on the southern coast from Heidelberg to the Tsitsikamma Forest and Storms River. It's a nook of the country that offers inspiration to writers and artists whose presence gives the Garden Route a trendy flavour. It is also a top priority of many a foreign visitor.

The coastal drive links a series of charming towns interspersed with natural beauty. Along the way, every kind of adventure activity is possible; scuba diving, abseiling, fishing, surfing and more. The Tsitsikamma National Park, perched on a tumultuous Indian Ocean shore is one of South Africa's most dramatic protected areas, combining marine and land attractions. Its indigenous forests are a haven for birdlife. One of the most geologically interesting parts of South Africa is the Klein Karoo, with its towering mountains and sheer gorges