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Western Cape

South Africa’s spectacular Western Cape will wow you with its jaw-dropping scenery, diverse flora and fauna, adventurous trails, picturesque seaside villages and striking colonial architecture.

Cape town is the capital of this awe-inspiring province on the south tip of the country which has coasts bordering the Indian and Atlantic oceans which stretch more than 1,000 kilometres.

Imposing mountain passes, indigenous forests, vine-filled valleys, tranquil bays and amazing rock formations are among the other delights you’ll discover.

Head out to sea on a whale-watching adventure, put on your hiking boots to explore the cliffs and hillsides or visit a thrilling safari park where you can marvel at the Big Five of lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos and buffalo.

An unforgettable holiday experience awaits in this magical destination which is arguably the most beautiful of South Africa’s provinces.


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Immerse yourself in the beauty and wonders of South Africa with a stay at Auberge Burgundy, a charming Provençal style boutique above the Old Harbour in the picturesque seaside town of Hermanus. This glorious getaway will wow you with its idyllic stone...

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Perched on the famous Hermanus cliff path, The Marine offers a tranquil escape for families and couples. Boasting spectacular views of the Indian Ocean, you’ll find the picturesque harbour right on your doorstep, where you can watch whales and dolphins...

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Immerse yourself in relaxation, comfort and plenty of healthy outdoor activity at The Turbine Boutique Hotel & Spa, a fabulous family-friendly 5-star getaway in a transformed old power station overlooking the stunning Thesen Island Canals in the...

Western Cape Highlights

This endearing cosmopolitan province is a dream come true for couples, families and groups of friends yearning for a magical time in the great outdoors.

The Western Cape will take your breath away with its stunning natural beauty, breathtaking coastline, massive vineyards and charming fishing villages.

Lush forests, exciting game reserves, secluded bays, giant rock formations, verdant valleys and dramatic mountains are among the other delights in store.

A warm welcome from the locals awaits in the little fishing villages and small towns in this wonderful province which is located where the Atlantic and Indian oceans meet on the southern tip of South Africa.

The capital city Cape Town is a truly awe-inspiring place, with its rich history and culture, fabulous food, pristine sandy beaches, vibrant nightlife and major attractions, including Table Mountain and the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.

Tuck into delicious street food favourites including bobotie, bunny chow and Johnny's roti or savour scrumptious freshly-caught seafood in one of the region's gourmet restaurants. Sample the traditional umqombothi beer in a charming tavern or check out the vintage produce in one of South Africa's oldest wine regions.

There are so many fabulous outdoor attractions where you can marvel at the beautiful natural surroundings including the enchanting Cederberg Mountains, West Coast National Park and Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve.

Quaff fine wines in a relaxing vineyard tour, visit a working rooibos farm to find out how tea is grown or drive along Route 62 to marvel at spectacular landscapes, lovely villages and semi-desert terrain.

The spellbinding forest at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden offers magical views of Cape Town and Table Mountain, while Plettenberg Bay is the place to go whale and dolphin-spotting and learn all about these magnificent creatures.

West Cape is also blessed with many glorious mountain passes including Cogman’s Kloof Pass, Prince Alfred’s Pass and Swartberg Pass.

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