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Magnificent Cape Town

 
Cape Town is one of the world’s great cities with a unique setting beneath Table Mountain. It’s a place to enjoy the good things of life: fabulous food, a vibrant culture, sports and exciting adventures. It’s an easily accessible, relaxed destination which captivates the hearts of those who visit and makes them want to come back for more.
Dining setup overlooking waterfront in Cape Town

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Woman sipping drink in Babylonstoren's winery

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Fine dining food plated up at One & Only hotel in Cape Town

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Sunset over the Cape Winelands

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The Culinary Capitol of Africa

Cape Town is a gateway to the historic winelands where innovative chefs create delicious cuisine accompanied by fine wines in beautiful settings. The Test Kitchen is ranked in The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, and is the #1 restaurant in Africa. Feast on dishes such as bunny chow, chakalaka, and bobotie which reflect the Cape’s diverse cultural influences.

Chef’s Warehouse at Beau Constantia has unbeatable views and a seasonal, produce driven menu. The tasting menu at La Colombe in Franschhoek is mouthwatering: Condé Nast rated it the finest in the world. Many of the best restaurants require advance booking: ask us to get you a table.
Penguins on the beach, Cape Town, South Africa.

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Steenberg golf course in South Africa

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Surfers running into waves in Cape Town

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Schoone Oordt Country Hotel, Swellendam, South Africa.

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Exciting Activities in and Around the City

The number one attraction in Cape Town is Table Mountain, and the peak is accessible via a variety of hiking trails. If you would like to have the panoramic views without the exertion, however, you can quickly reach the top by cable car. The mountain is part of the Table Mountain National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site famed for its diversity of flora.

Cape Town’s beaches are well-maintained and you’ll find them on both sides of the peninsula. The sea tends to be warmer on the False Bay side, worth remembering if you plan to swim. There is excellent surfing for the energetic, and nature lovers can visit the colony of African penguin on Boulders Beach. We can also arrange for you to tee off on a Championship Golf Course, go whale watching and even cage dive among fearsome great white sharks.

No trip to Cape Town would be complete without a day trip out to the Cape Winelands, and the vineyards of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, and Paarl are only a short drive away. To the east of the city, the landscape changes quickly from semi-arid inland areas to the verdant highlands.

Dry Little Karoo, with its cliffs and sandy farms, has a laid-back feel and plenty of charming, historic towns such as Montagu and Barrydale. Ascending into the Swartberg Mountains, the tallest peaks in the Western Cape, you can get active along the mountain bike, horseback, and hiking trails, river rafting and canoeing, zip lining and microlighting. Stay in historic properties such as the 19th century Schoone Oordt Country House, or in lakeside cabins at De Zeekoe.
Gardens, Mount Nelson, Cape Town.

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Deck and views, Ellerman House, Cape Town.

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Penthouse bedroom at The Bay Hotel in Cape Town, South Africa

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Cape Grace Hotel on V&A Waterfront in Cape Town.

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Exquisite hotels on the Waterfront

You really are spoilt for choice of places to stay and the world-class hotels in Cape Town will truly blow you away. Some will only consider the elegant pink frontage, 'Laura Ashley' décor and manicured gardens of the Mount Nelson sitting proudly beneath Table Mountain. Others would rather be among the shops, restaurants and entertainment of the V&A Waterfront where the five-star Cape Grace has long been our favourite. For commanding views and the ultimate in modern luxury, Edwardian mansion Ellerman House is unbeatable. Another option is to head for the beach where The Bay sits right on chic Camps Bay beneath the peaks of the Twelve Apostles.
Cable car to Table Mountain.

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Whale watching.

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Robben Island scenery

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Cage diving near great white shark.

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Active Adventures Around the City

Cape Town is a place to be explored and enjoyed. Look up and you can’t resist taking the cable car to discover the view from the top of Table Mountain. Look out to sea and you’ll be drawn to Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was held prisoner. Or sail further out for a day on the high seas with expert guides watching huge southern right whales patrolling the Indian Ocean. Look down and you may glimpse a cruising great white shark. We can arrange the ultimate adrenaline rush as you descend in scuba gear with just the bars of your cage separating you.
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