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The Western Cape practically zooms off the travel charts with its level of natural beauty and variety of sporting and cultural activities. Around Cape Town, the Garden Route and the West Coast you’ll find coastal scenery and beaches, as well as forested mountains. Moving inland you get to the green Winelands and a drier Klein Karoo, all with...

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Farr Out Guesthouse

Paternoster
3 Rooms and 1 Wigwam tent
PPS from R 620

The few minutes drive from Paternoster 'Center' to 4 star graded guesthouse Farr Out is not what you would exactly call far but perfect as an alternative to a hotel. When you...


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Atlantic House

Camps Bay
5 Bedrooms and 1 Studio
Units from R 12,500

The exclusive use, self-catering Atlantic House is an amazing six bedroom villa located in Camps Bay on the Atlantic Seaboard in Cape Town. It's a stylish and contemporary...


22 Julia B&B

Plettenberg Bay
2 Rooms
PPS from R 460

An intimate, charming and privately run B&B, 22 Julia is located in central Plettenberg Bay with panoramic views over the Poortjies Lagoon and ocean, with the Tsitsikamma...


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O on Kloof

Bantry Bay
2 Suites, 6 Rooms
Units from R 1,960

O on Kloof Boutique Hotel & Spa is a sophisticated city sanctuary set high above Cape Town’s cosmopolitan Atlantic Seaboard and Bantry Bay. A romantic oasis where minimalist...


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THEBLOEM Guest Suites

Knysna
5 Suites
Units from R 2,930

In the heart of the Garden Route overlooking the town of Knysna, The Bloem can be found on a hilltop appropriately called “Paradise". There are 5 suites designed in the latest...


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Tsitsikamma Village Inn

Storms River
37 Rooms
PPS from R 615

The magical Tsitsikamma Village Inn, is a privately owned and managed hotel, originally established in 1946. Close to the Tsitsikamma National Park at Storms River Mouth, the...


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Intaba Lodge

Hout Bay
4 Bedrooms, 1 Suite and 2 Cottage, Self-Catering Options
PPS from R 630

Intaba Lodge is in Hout Bay, Cape Town and has sweeping panoramic views across the surrounding mountains bordering Hout Bay. Luxuriant tranquil gardens stretch over 8 500 m²,...


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Malherbe Guest House

Montagu
2 Garden Rooms and 2 Luxury Garden Rooms
PPS from R 730
Includes Bed & Breakfast
Special Deal

Enjoy true Cape Dutch hospitality in historical Montagu in the Western Cape, halfway between Cape Town and Oudtshoorn. Malherbe Guest House, set in a lovely garden with...


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Swellendam Country Lodge

Swellendam
6 Double Garden Rooms
PPS from R 695

Located in the Overberg region of the Western Cape, Swellendam Country Lodge is a place to discover and enjoy. Stylish rooms all with a private verandah, are set in a park-like...


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Grand Africa Rooms & Rendezvous

Plettenberg Bay
7 Rooms
Units from R 2,200

Grand Café & Rooms welcomes guests with a sense of elegance and worldly charm while refl ecting upon its setting over Africa’s most beautiful bay and offers seven uniquely...


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The Tulbagh Boutique Heritage Hotel

Tulbagh
3 Suites and 13 luxurious rooms
Units from R 1,500

Tulbagh, the fourth oldest town in South Africa, is just over an hour’s drive from Cape Town with a backdrop of majestic mountains which are snow capped in winter. This...


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De Kloof Luxury Estate Boutique Hotel & Villa

Swellendam
7 Rooms and 1 Family Suite
Units from R 2,820

This stylish Cape Dutch boutique hotel is situated on large grounds in a secluded tranquil valley walking distance from the heart of Swellendam. Relax at the sparkling 12m pool...


De Waterkant & V&A Waterfront Marina | African Elite Properties

De Waterkant
1- to 3- Bedroomed Apartments
Units from R 2,500

With a commitment to delivering only the very best, African Elite Properties boasts a fantastic range of elegant, serviced villas and apartments for either short or long-term...


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The Wilderness Hotel Resort & Spa

Wilderness
150 bedrooms
PPS from R 690

The Wilderness Hotel, situated on the beautiful Southern Cape coastline of South Africa is one of the Garden Route’s oldest and best-loved hotels. Combining old-style charm...


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Place on the Bay

Camps Bay
20 Apartments
Units from R 950

Place On The Bay in Camps Bay offers discerning guests a wide range of accommodation including studios, one- and two-bedroom suites and an exclusive Penthouse with an open-plan...


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Avondrood Guest House

Franschhoek
8 Bedrooms
PPS from R 1,250

Enjoy warm hospitality and personal service at Avondrood Guest House, a tranquil Cape Victorian farm style home located in Franschhoek in the Cape Winelands. Stylish, spacious...


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Fairways on The Bay

Camps Bay
8 rooms
Units from R 950

The Fairways on the Bay is a contemporary boutique hotel offering 8 elegantly styled and comfortable suites. The hotel is perfectly situated 100 meters from the beachfront of...


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Whale's Way Ocean Retreat

Wilderness
2 Suites, 3 Rooms
Units from R 990

In Wilderness on the Garden Route, Whale’s Way is a stunning oceanfront retreat where you feel at home from the moment you arrive. Enjoy the spectacular Indian Ocean and...


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Western Cape travel guide

The Western Cape practically zooms off the travel charts with its level of natural beauty and variety of sporting and cultural activities. Around Cape Town, the Garden Route and the West Coast you’ll find coastal scenery and beaches, as well as forested mountains. Moving inland you get to the green Winelands and a drier Klein Karoo, all with more mountains.

The star of the show is Cape Town, a microcosm of the whole province. In one sophisticated yet friendly city you can satisfy your longing to climb a mountain, paraglide and surf, but also grab some urban action with outstanding restaurants to suit all budgets, neighbourhood markets plus smart shopping centres, and theatre ranging from box office hits to alternative performances in a tiny room. Children love Cape Town for its beaches, open spaces and activities such as zip lining, surf lessons, tobogganing, penguin watching and loads of indoor science, arts and crafts.

But don’t neglect the rest of the Western Cape. Here’s where you can watch whales and dolphins play, discover a unique winemaker, go bungee jumping, explore history in a tiny country town, contemplate the stars from the desert, hike the glorious Cedarberg Mountains and see the spring wildflower tapestry in Namaqualand.

Around the coast:

  • Cape Town – Chic in some ways and laid back in others, Cape Town hints of Europe and New York, yet is most definitely African. The city is singular for features such as Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront, its Malay community of the Bo-Kaap, Constantia wine farms and Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned. Camps Bay, Clifton and Muizenberg are among the best beaches. The funky suburb of Woodstock is well worth visiting for its art scene, small boutiques and Saturday morning farmer’s market at the Old Biscuit Mill. Long and Adderley Streets still have historic old buildings, such as the Slave Lodge Museum. The area around Bree Street in the centre of town is known for innovative food, an artisan coffee culture and trendy nightlife, including cool wine bars, art galleries and plenty of cool LGBT venues.
  • Cape Peninsula – At the very tip of the peninsula lies the Cape Point Nature Reserve. Here two oceans come together, and you can see a beautiful expanse of fynbos, the floral kingdom only found in the Cape. You may be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of a baboon or two (don’t feed them). Return via Simonstown, with its African Penguin colony at Boulders and Seaforth beaches. Stop off in bohemian Kalk Bay, picturesque St James and retro Muizenberg, beloved by surfers.
  • Garden Route – Spend a memorable few days discovering lazy beaches at Stilbaai, Victoria Bay, Wilderness and Sedgefield. Take the family on a big game safari or find the fairytale castles at Noetzie. The coastal towns of Knysna and Plettenberg Bay offer boat-based adventures and dolphin and whale watching. Choose a magnificent Tsitsikamma Forest hike and canopy tour, or test your limits with the world’s highest bungee jump at Bloukrans.
  • Hermanus and Overberg – Go between July and September to do some whale watching in Hermanus, not forgetting its gorgeous coastal walks and the wine farms of Hemel en Aarde. Close by are the hot springs at Caledon, and the historic charm of Swellendam.
  • West Coast – In spring the ground of Namaqualand is covered with a Crayola box of flowers. Experience the theatrical genius of Pieter Dirk Uys’ Theatre and Mausoleum in Darling. Brave the mysterious mountain range of the Cedarberg and explore the untamed beaches at Paternoster and Langebaan. Discover a new talent among the quaint showrooms, shops and eateries in the arty village of Riebeeck Kasteel.

Heading inland:

  • Cape Winelands – Taste, taste and taste. Then decide on your own favourite wine along the various routes that take you to farms in Durbanville, Somerset West, Paarl, Stellenbosch, and Franschhoek. The driving is easy along country roads with hillsides covered in vines dipping into valleys of all shades of green. Many of the estates have top-class restaurants to follow your wine tasting. You can buy South African wines directly from the farms.
  • Breede River Valley – This is the largest wine and fruit-producing valley in the Western Cape. The setting is a magnificent zig zag of hills, sliced by the Breede River. Rafting, canoeing and hiking are some of the activities on offer when you are not stocking up on wine. Not to miss is Montagu, hugely popular for its hot springs and a base for rock climbing and cave seeking. The town is also bursting with Cape Dutch architecture as well as dried fruit, nuts and preserves. The Montagu dried fruit and nut factory shop is just outside the town. The wines of nearby Robertson have an excellent reputation. Annual Festivals in this area include Christmas in Winter and the Prince Albert Olive Festival.
  • Klein Karoo – the Cape’s Route 62 leads travellers into a landscape of startling horizontal rock formations. Quirky towns include Calitzdorp, Ladismith and Barrydale.