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Western Cape Accommodation

Accommodation in the Western Cape, South Africa

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The Western Cape lies at the southern tip of the African continent. Considered one of the most beautiful regions in Africa, it is also the place where the two oceans (Atlantic and Indian) meet and is the home of the world famous fynbos vegetation.

The paternal presence of Table Mountain, the pristine coastline with its white sandy beaches, the magnificent countryside with its bountiful rivers and vineyards, fauna and flora, together with the warm summer climate and friendly community, makes the Western Cape perfect for any vacation.

Major Tourist attractions within the area include:
  • Cape Town - with its cosmopolitan people, historical sites, restuarants and bars.
  • Table Mountain - a popular site for international visitors (and world renowned), this jewel of the Western Cape provides
    a majestic backdrop to the vibrant and friendly Mother City. It can be reached by an ultra modern cableway and forms part
    of the Table Mountain National Park.
  • Victoria and Alfred (V&A) Waterfront - offering everything from upmarket shopping malls, arts and craft markets, to museums
    and the Two Oceans Aquarium - tourist life in the city centres largely around this working harbour.
  • Robben Island - proclaimed as a World Heritage Site and is also the place where former President Nelson Mandela was imprisoned
    for a number of years.
  • Other major attractions in the city include the Castle of Good Hope, the Company's Garden, the District Six Museum, Flea Markets,
    the Houses of Parliament, the South African Cultural History Museum and the South African National Art Gallery.
    Also worth a visit are the historical buildings in the Bo-Kaap area and District Six.
  • Camps Bay, Clifton, Plettenberg Bay - pristine white beaches, very popular amongst the rich and famous.
  • Kirstenbosch Gardens, The World of Birds, and Monkeyland.
  • Century City and Ratanga Junction - the largest shopping centre in Africa, with close to 400 shops and home to the largest movie
    complex in South Africa. Ratanga offers the thrill seaker a fantastic amusement park with rollercoasters and water rides.
  • GrandWest Casino
  • The Cape Winelands - including the Breede River Valley, are situated in close proximity to Cape Town.
    They are home to the world's longest wine route, ideal for wine tasting and long afternoon drives.
    Popular towns within this area include Paarl, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Wellington.
  • The Garden Route - this beautiful forest-laden strip extends along the province's southern coast all the way into the Eastern Cape.
    Highlights include the towns of George, Wilderness, Kynsna (and the Knysna Heads), Plettenberg Bay as well as the
    Tsitsikamma National Park.
  • The Cape West Coast - this is a region of extreme beauty and contrast. The solitary coast's scenic beauty is challenged only by
    rich culinary experiences of seafood. The area is also a haven for birdwatchers.
  • Oudtshoorn - explore the Cango Caves, and have some fun ostrich riding.
  • Hiking - in the Cedarberg, one can also search for San rock art within this area.
  • Shark diving - take your chances cage diving in Gansbaai.
  • Whale watching - Hermanus, a popular holiday resort, is famous for the best land-based whale watching in the world.
  • Cape Agulhas - the southern most tip of Africa.
 
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