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Western Cape2019-01-07T07:03:36+00:00
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The Western Cape lies bordered by two oceans - the Indian Ocean to the south and the Atlantic to the west. The heart of the Western Cape is without doubt the city of Cape Town. Constantly engulfed by the presence of Table Mountain, the inner city combines with an effortless choice of white sandy beaches, must-visits like Robben Island, Cape Point and the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, magnificent green areas with rivers and dams, a floral kingdom unique to the Cape and an effortlessly warm climate. The vibrant coastline that stretches from Lambert’s Bay on the West Coast all the way around to Witsand, offers an incredible diversity. The wild Cape Agulhas coast and the extraordinary magnificence of the Garden Route makes visiting the Western Cape a must for all travellers.

Must Do’s

Walk hand to trunk with Elephants
Walk with Lions
Touch a Cheetah
Outdoor Braai around Camp Fire
Shark Cage Diving
Game Drives
Watch a Springbok Rugby Match
Winelands

Seasons

*Summer is December – February
*Autumn is March – May
*Winter is June – August
*Spring is September – November

Highlights

Table Mountain
Robben Island
Garden Route
Kruger National Park
Cradle of Human Kind
KwaZulu-Natal Battlefields
Malaria Free Game Reserves
Sport Matches
Long Sandy Beaches
Fauna and Flora
Cultural Trips
uShaka
Whale Watching
Day Tours

Tour Guides

IN AND AROUND CAPE TOWN

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ARTS AND MUSEUMS

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GARDEN ROUTE

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ROUTE 62

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WEST COAST

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OVERBERG

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WINE TASTING TOURS

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CHAMPAGNE TASTING TOURS

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BEER TASTING TOURS

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