Cape Town has always been considered the jewel in the crown of the Western Cape with the city’s natural beauty, depth of experiences on offer and friendly locals well known.
With a history as rich as it is diverse, the Mother City is a heady mix of cultures, blended in a tumultuous past, making it one of the world’s most cosmopolitan and intriguing cities to visit. With its natural beauty, blending seamlessly with its cultural, artistic and bespoke experiences, there is something on offer for traveller of all kinds.
You cannot get more iconic than Table Mountain and a visit to the Mother City would not be complete without a trip up to the top via the Aerial Cableway. The views are unmatched.
There are a number of flights into Cape Town International Airport with new direct routes from a host of international cities.
The latest venture by celebrated SA chef, Luke Dale-Roberts of the Test Kitchen, Salsify is a new fine-dining experience at The Roundhouse in Camps Bay. The focus here is on seafood and ‘root to leaf’ dining with nothing wasted. Test Kitchen Head Chef, Ryan Cole, heads up this exciting new restaurant and is joined by general manager Markus Fiedler (also from The Test Kitchen) and sommelier Nash Kanyangarara (from Constance Moofushi in the Maldives).
Cape Town Towns
The Atlantic Seaboard stretches from the periphery of the V&A Waterfront, past Mouille Point and along the Sea Point promenade to the famous Camps Bay. It overlooks the sparkling waters of the Atlantic Ocean and is lined with luxurious properties, restaurants and activities.
Bloubergstrand offers an iconic view of Table Mountain which is often seen on postcards and pictures. See it now for yourself!
Cape FlatsThe Cape Flats area is unique and offers the visitor a feel for what many call “the heart and soul” of Cape Town. It boasts its own special brand of jazz, language, cuisine and style - a fusion of Western, Indonesian and African influences which visitors would be hard pressed to find anywhere else i...
To the north of the N1 is an area which includes Parow, Bellville, Tygervalley and Durbanville.
Not many communities can boast that their neighbour is a World Heritage Site. Most suburbs in this area lie adjacent to the Table Mountain National Park and you can enjoy its biodiversity, its spectacular vistas and varied recreational activities.
Travelling south from Woodstock, expect to enter a world that reflects a cosmopolitan, vibrant and creative culture.
Cape Town Itineraries
Walk in the footsteps of Madiba over three days
Nelson Mandela, or 'Madiba', as he was affectionately known is largely considered as having been the patriarch of the ‘new’ South Africa. Follow in his footsteps by visiting iconic landmarks in the Western Cape.
Spoil yourself in the Western Cape over three days
Spoil yourself by discovering luxurious offerings in the Western Cape.