Regions and towns

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Regions and towns
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Cape Town and the Western Cape is a bustling melting pot of cultures, tastes and experiences for young and old. You’ll find state of the art shopping malls, open-air markets, a dynamic night life and windows into our rich history. You’re going to want to discover more, and a world of natural beauty lies beyond the boundaries of the city in the greater Western Cape regions: the Cape West Coast (Weskus), the Cape Karoo, the Garden Route & Klein Karoo, the Cape Winelands and the Cape Overberg.

Each area is worth exploring and has its own charm, you’ll uncover diverse culinary delights, award-winning wine estates, nature in full bloom, wide open spaces and deserts, azure waters and white sandy beaches, luxury experiences and animal encounters that will make your journey truly unforgettable.

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Paternoster
90 minutes drive north from Cape Town on the Cape West Coast lies the perfect weekend getaway amongst fynbos, pristine beaches and turquoise waters.
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Yzerfontein
The seaside village of Yzerfontein lies 85km north of Cape Town on the R27. Snuggled between Cape Town and Langebaan, Yzerfontein is the perfect base from which to explore the m...
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Cape Flats
The 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 ...
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St. Helena Bay
Multi-shaped white boulders rising from aquamarine seas and fringes of sandy beaches greet you when arriving at St. Helena Bay.
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Nelspoort
Nelspoort, 40km north of Beaufort West, is a town known for its fresh air and healing surroundings. Once occupied by the San, the area is home to the largest collection of rock ...
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Plettenberg Bay
Originally christened “Bahia Formosa” (beautiful bay) by early Portuguese explorers, Plettenberg Bay offers the visitor miles of sweeping, unspoiled beaches, a dramatic rocky pe...
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George
Situated approximately 430 kilometres out of Cape Town, George is widely regarded as the hub of the Garden Route, and an ideal base from which to explore the Garden Route and Kl...
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Gouritsmond
A mild climate makes Gouritsmond a year-round destination, but it is during spring and summer that travelers descend on the sleepy town for water skiing on the Gouritz River, bo...
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Knysna
The beautiful town of Knysna, situated 73kms from the George airport, is within 157 000 hectares of the proclaimed Garden Route National Park. It is nestled between the shores o...
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Sedgefield
The quaint coastal town of Sedgefield is surrounded by a magnificent coastal lake-system and five sandy beaches along the Indian Ocean shoreline.
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Albertinia
Situated between the Langeberg Mountains in the north and the warm Indian Ocean in the south, this floral paradise on South Africa’s Garden Route promises a destination ‘away fr...
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De Rust
A popular country escape for artists, the area is also well known for excellent dessert wines; pot-stilled brandy and fruit and like most towns in the region, it is ostrich cou...
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Riversdale
Nestled at the foot of the landmark Sleeping Beauty Mountain, Riversdale has earned its reputation as the floral paradise of the Garden Route and Klein Karoo, due to the abundan...
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Cape West Coast
Turquoise waters surrounded by wheat fields and wild flowers – idyllic isn't it? Escape to nature accompanied by some good old fashioned West Coast hospitality.
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Cape Overberg
Where old traditions and new adventures live beautifully side by side amongst magnificent mountain ranges, fynbos (Cape Flora), rolling wheat, canola fields, and coastal towns f...
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Tulbagh
Tranquility is the operative word in this place of tradition, scenic beauty and majestic mountain ranges.
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Southern Suburbs
Travelling south from Woodstock, expect to enter a world that reflects a cosmopolitan, vibrant and creative culture.
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Redelinghuys
Redelinghuys is situated between rocky hills and the birder’s paradise Verlorenvlei. Famous for its rich birding and wild flowers this town will win you over with its natural be...
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Matjiesfontein
‘The Grand Duchess of the Cape Karoo’, Matjiesfontein was established in 1884 and remains as charming as ever.
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Saldanha Bay
The picturesque seaside town of Saldanha is situated on the northern corner of the largest bay in South Africa. On a clear day Table Mountain can be seen from the Adam and Eve r...
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Montagu
Montagu, a scenic two-hour drive from Cape Town, is surrounded by the Langeberg Mountains and is the gateway to the Klein Karoo on Route 62, reputedly the longest wine route in ...
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Elim
On entering Elim, the historical charm of the town is immediately evident in the whitewashed cottages, fruit trees and fynbos (Cape Flora) that welcome you.
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Aurora
Situated at the foot of Piketberg with views of St Helena Bay and the famous Table Mountain, Aurora is the perfect place to come to for open spaces and blue blue skies.
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Genadendal
Genadendal means the Valley of Grace, and this lovely historical village certainly lives up to its name.