The scenic splendour of the Western Cape
has long been a drawcard in South Africa. This is where you’ll find the Cape Winelands
and a beautiful stretch of coastline. Most
visitors list Table Mountain, Robben Island (where the late Nelson Mandela was
incarcerated) and a visit to the Cape of Good Hope, at
the tip of the Cape Peninsula, as priorities.
The Western Cape is hard to beat as an incentive destination with its natural wonders that provide opportunities for ecological adventures and outdoor activities in its nature reserves and along its beautiful coastline.
Zachary's, an intimate restaurant in Knysna, offers guests a choice between its à la carte menu and its menu gourmand, a seven-course tasting menu that serves up some of the Garden Route’s best seasonal cuisine.
Canopy walkway, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden
Named the ‘Boomslang’ after the arboreal snake indigenous to South Africa, this 130m canopy walkway in the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden in Cape Town is its newest, and most striking, attraction.
Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve Braille Trail, Western Cape
Visually impaired nature lovers can now follow a specially designed trail in the Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve to enhance their appreciation of the Karoo veld that characterises this part of the Western Cape.
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