Plan Your Stay


Welcome To Cape Town!

Situated on the southwestern tip of Africa, Cape Town and the Western Cape is recognised as one of the most beautiful places on earth -and it offers something for absolutely everyone.

It is a holiday makers paradise steeped in history, alive with culture and breathtaking in its splendor, and it offers a range of activities and interests that would be hard to match anywhere.

Inside the wider metropole , framed by two oceans, lie world-famous vineyards, a unique floral kingdom and many beautiful white sandy beaches where you can soak up the sun or make a splash in the clear blue water.

By day there are art galleries and craft markets, flower sellers, harbor cruises, deep-sea fishing and shark and seal watching. There are superb museums, a world class botanical garden, acclaimed restaurants and opportunities to shop for anything your heart desires.

Sport of every description is on offer too from a quiet round of golf to high adrenaline parachuting or rock climbing. On land too from cycling to parachuting and bunjee jumping.

Or you can unwind in one of our world class spas or in the comfort of your villa or apartment.

And a few hours outside the city you can go on an African Safari and see our famous wildlife in its natural habitat.

At night the city pulsates to its own exciting beat in a variety of locations to suite every taste.

You can wine and dine or dance till dawn or listen to your favourite music, no matter what it might be.

In order to plan your stay and make it even more enjoyable, we recommend you take advantage of these exciting things to do:-

The best – known sites are a must-see starting with:

Table Mountain – you can go up the cable car, or hike up one of several established routes.

Robben Island - Declared a World Heritage Site on December 1997, Robben Island has become a symbol of the triumph of the human spirit.

Victoria &Alfred Waterfront ,situated in a historic working harbor,offers scenic views of Table Mountain, boat and helicopter charters, an aquarium,indoor theatre,events and entertainment, trips to Robben Island, over 500 stores, craft markets,80 eateries,14 conference venues and 17 cinemas.

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden - Kirstenbosch one of the “Seven magnificent Botanical Gardens of the World” is one of South Africa’s 8 National Botanical Gardens.

Cape Point - Situated within Table Mountain National Park, a visit to Cape Point will reward you with spectacular views, fine food, remarkable encounters with nature and history.

Groot Constantia - a working wine estate since 1685, is the original,while nearby Paarl and Stellenbosch have their own routes as do Durbanville ,Wellington and Franschoek. Part of the pleasure is enjoying the scenic beauty on the way to our wine farms.

Boulders Beach - situated near the charming village of Simon’s Town where the South African Navy is based offers a close look at its flourishing population of African penguins.

Safari Tour - Enjoy a thrilling 4-star African safari where you can drive among lions, buffalo, rhino, and elephants and see many species of indigenous wildlife, including antelope, giraffe and hippo on a game drive in a traditional Go for a day or stay overnight. Not to be missed.

Shark Cage Diving - Diving with or simply observing the Great White Shark in its own element is one of the most exciting experiences in the world. Shark cage diving leaves you with a deep appreciation and respect for these magnificent creatures of the deep. Tours depart daily depending on the weather.

District Six Museum - This museum houses an impressive collection of historical materials including photographs, paintings, artefacts and books,most which were donated by former residents.

Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve - Located at the southern tip of the Peninsula, the Cape is an extraordinary land formation with rich and diverse fauna and unique flora,which attracts a vast amount of wildlife,including a troop of Chacma baboons.

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