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Western Cape Province

The Western Cape is South Africa’s fourth-largest province and this mountainous Province extends from the Cape of Good Hope on the south-western tip of Africa 400km north and 500km east. South Africa’s ‘Mother City’, Cape Town, is a popular travel destination that is home to Table Mountain and beautiful beaches, among many other attractions.

One of South Africa’s most popular routs is the picturesque Garden Route, which stretches several hundred kilometres from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth.

Its beautiful beaches stretches for miles along the coast, some with mountains rushing down to meet a turquoise ocean. The most popular bathing beaches in Cape Town include Clifton, Camps Bay, Muizenberg and Fish Hoek, while others, such as Llandudno and Noordhoek, are popular among surfers.

Also known for the beautiful Winelands, these wine-growing areas of Stellenbosch, Paarl, Wellington, Franschhoek, Ceres, Worcester, Bonnievale and Robertson are popular tourist attractions, where a Mediterranean climate favours the production of superb wines.

Cape Town boast some of the top national attractions in South Africa, Table Mountain and Cable Way, Robben Island V&A Waterfront, Cape Winelands and the Peninsula.

Table Mountain

On 11 November 2016, the Cableway celebrated the fifth anniversary of becoming one of the New7Wonders of Nature, and is also a World Heritage Site.

Table Mountain is isolated from the folded belt of mountains and the escarpment range that edged the interior. It faces due north, the highest point on the Mountain is 1085 meters above sea level, which is accessible by the Cableway Car, or by foot for the enthusiastic mountain climbers.

It is the world’s most frequently climbed mountain, and some facts are: The Cableway has transported over 29-million people to the summit of Table Mountain. Each of the two cable cars can carry 65 people. More than 800 people can enjoy the trip every hour. The floor of the circular cabin rotates to allow travellers 360° views. The cable cars’ circular shape ensures excellent aerodynamics and stability. Approximately 1 million visitors from all over the world use the Cableway annually.

Robben Island
Robben Island in Cape Town, South Africa is home to the infamous prison where Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 years, along with over 3,000 political prisoners during their fight to end Apartheid. The island is a national and UNESCO World Heritage site 9 kilometres offshore from Cape Town. Today, it is one of South Africa's most visited sites, accessed by ferry from the Victoria & Albert Waterfront. The journey across Table Bay takes approximately 40 minutes.

The quaint town of Knysna is situated in the heart of the world famous Garden Route. It is located on the edge of a large estuary which flows into the Indian Ocean through two giant sandstone heads, known as the Knysna Heads.

The head on the eastern side is easily accessible by car and has many spectacular viewpoints overlooking the channel, Indian Ocean, the Knysna Lagoon and estuary. It also offers a spectacular view of the Outeniqua Mountains. There is also easy access to rock pools and beaches from the eastern head. The western head is accessible by ferry from the lagoon’s side and forms part of the privately owned Featherbed Nature Reserve.

Fun things to do in Knysna includes: Mountain bike, walk or run in magnificent indigenous forests and nature reserves. Spend a day on the beach and discover our beautiful coastline , Enjoy the Knysna Estuary by boat, ferry, yacht or kayak.

Visit Thesen Island: discover its timber history and view the Knysna Seahorse, Play a round of golf at one of magnificent 18-hole courses, take the family to the Knysna Elephant Park, experience the many cultures, art and heritage of the Greater Knysna area.

Franschoek is a village in the Western Cape with several vineyards and a lot of Cape Dutch architecture, is known as the country’s food and wine capital. Trails wind through flowers and wildlife at Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve to views over Franschhoek Valley. The Huguenot Memorial Museum and neighbouring monument honour the area’s French settlers, who arrived in the 17th and 18th centuries. Franschoek. Galleries and antique shops fill the streets and vineyards cascade over the hills on the borders of the town.
Cape Peninsula

A visit along the Peninsula consists of coastline travel from the Table Mountain in Cape Town to the Cape Point Nature Reserve. The scenic drive from Cape Town goes past Green point, Three Anchor, Bay, Sea Point, Clifton Beach, Camps Bay to Hout Bay.

At Hout Bay Harbour, you can take a boat cruise to Seal Island. Proceed via Chapmans Peak and drive along the coastline to Cape Point , from there travel past Millers Point, Dassie Point to Boulders Penguin Colony, then on to Simons Town Naval Harbour. Further along the coastline past Kalk Bay, back to Cape Town City.