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.
From the time of the first recorded discovery of the Cape of Good Hope
by Bartholomew Diaz in 1488, seafarers looked forward to the sight of
Table Mountain. Today, 500 years later Table Mountain and Cape
Town remain two of the world's most famous landmarks and sought after
Attractions in the
No visit to Cape Town is complete without a trip up Table Mountain –
home to some of South Africa's most breathtaking views. Take a guided
walk on one of the many routes or simply ride the cable car to the top -
it will be one of your lasting memories of SA.
A short cruise from Cape Town's V&A Waterfront by ferry, this legendary
island is a must-see on any newcomer's itinerary. This is where Nelson
Mandela and his comrades were imprisoned for decades during the
Apartheid era. Former inmates will take you on an insightful tour of the
prison grounds. This historical island is now a World Heritage Site and
a proclaimed nature conservation area.
THE GARDEN ROUTE
From Cape Town along the coast to the Tsitsikamma Forest, this
600-kilometre stretch of small towns, wineries, farms and sea villages
has been a traveller's delight for more than a century. Take your time,
soak in the scenery, stay over in a guest-house, enjoy the cuisine and
let South African hospitality take over.
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