Western Cape

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Cosmopolitan and rugged, sprinkled with national parks and world-renowned attractions, it’s no wonder Western Cape is one of South Africa’s most visited regions. Home to both Cape Town and the Garden Route, travelers are lured by lush terrain, abundant wildlife and that legendary ubuntu hospitality. Penguins, ostriches, buffaloes and whales can all be espied, while beaches, mountains and semi-desert can all be explored. Dynamic and multicultural, Cape Town delivers Afro-chic urbanity with some seriously stunning natural attractions close at hand. Climbing Table Mountain, you’ll understand why the native Khoisan people revered the place as spiritual. Ride the legendary waves, then head out on the Garden Route, where some of South Africa’s most magnificent coastal scenery can be hiked through. But it’s not just about big-name attractions in Western Cape. Spring flowers burst in fishing village Paternoster, while the grapes grow juicy at viniculture capital Stellenbosch. Scale the limestone rocks and delve into the Cango Caves at Oudtshoorn, and feel history come alive with the Dutch-Cape architecture of Swellendam. It’s all ringed with those glittering beaches, and it’s all in Western Cape.


Top Destinations in Western Cape

Bantry Bay

Bishops Court

Bredasdorp

Caledon

Camps Bay

Cape Town

Century City

Ceres

Clanwilliam

Constantia

De Rust

Franschhoek

Gansbaai

George and Wilderness

Gordon's Bay

Hermanus

Hermon

Hopefield

Hout Bay

Kalk Bay

Keurboomstrand

Khayelitsha
Klapmuts

Knysna

Kommetjie

Langebaan

Llandudno

Montagu

Mossel Bay

Oudtshoorn and the Klein Karoo

Paarl

Pilanesberg

Plettenberg Bay

Prince Albert

Sea Point

Simons Town

Somerset West

South Africa's West Coast

Stellenbosch

Strand

Swellendam

Tokai

Witsand

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