The Western Cape is a province of diversities. It offers the visitor a unique cultural and natural heritage and a rural easy-going atmosphere - which is coupled with a first world infrastructure.
Table Mountain and Cape Town are two of the world's most famous landmarks and sought after destinations.
The Western Cape is a family friendly destination with Family Resorts, Game Lodges, Hotels and Beaches on offer.
View Specials in the Western Cape
One of the many beautiful seaside towns and villages along the Western Cape coast - offering mountain walks, boat rides, sailing, deep sea fishing, diving, horse riding, and a host of good restaurants and pubs.
This Nature Reserve is situated 7km from Beaufort West in the Great Karoo. It is the best preserved conservation area for Karoo vegetation, including fynbos. Also a Braille trail available. Hiking and mountain biking.
Western Cape Regions
In the heart of South Africa's famous Garden Route, a charming world of lakes, rivers, fens, estuaries and beaches against a backdrop of lush forest and lofty mountains.
Ostrich Farm","Oudtshoorn is the centre of the Klein Karoo and 'ostrich-feather capital' of the world, as well as having the famous Cango Caves.
Cape Town Highlights
The Cape Peninsula offers you some of the best beaches like Camps Bay, Clifton, Llandudno, and a variety of outdoor sport and activities - from abseiling to scuba diving.
Of all the towns founded by the Dutch, Stellenbosch is the best preserved. Known as the town of oaks, it offers restored houses, cottages, shops, churches and inns, and, of course, the world renowned Stellenbosch University.
Cape Wine Routes