Table Mountain Table Mountain, Cape Town
Table Mountain, Cape Town

Take the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway to the top of South Africa's favourite mountain and enjoy the amazing views.

Robben Island, Western Cape
Robben Island, Western Cape

A seemingly barren stretch of land adrift in the ocean, Robben Island has held the hopes and dreams of so many for so long.

Cape winelands, South Africa Cape Winelands
Cape Winelands

South Africa is famous for its wines, most of which come from the Cape Winelands in the Western Cape, which includes towns like Stellenbosch, Paarl, Franschhoek and Robertson.

Garden Route, South Africa The Garden Route, Western Cape
The Garden Route, Western Cape

The trick when travelling along the Garden Route is to have enough time to slip off the N2 onto the side-roads that hold the promise of interesting destinations.

western cape scenery Western Cape
Western Cape

Be sure to give yourself at least a week to explore the diverse Western Cape region, home to Africa’s most visited city, Cape Town.

whale, whale watching, whale-watching, Hermanus The Cape Whale Route, Western Cape
The Cape Whale Route, Western Cape

Less than 20 minutes from Cape Town lies the start of the Cape Whale Route, the beginning of a happy holiday.

Hermanus, Western Cape
Hermanus, Western Cape

Hermanus is a coastal village renowned for its mix of whale watching, old-world charm, museums, art galleries, home crafts, markets and mountain scenery.

Cape Point Nature Reserve, Western Cape
Cape Point Nature Reserve, Western Cape

The Cape Point Nature Reserve in the Western Cape province is where thousands of explorers converge annually to enjoy incredible biodiversity and natural beauty.

Sailing off the Western Cape coastline Western Cape highlights
Western Cape highlights

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.

The Cape Town City Hall Cape Town: World Design Capital 2014
Cape Town: World Design Capital 2014

Cape Town is South Africa's oldest city, where many original architectural designs remain in living testament to its colonial history.

Swimming dam at the Blue Butterfly Retreat Centre The Blue Butterfly Retreat Centre
The Blue Butterfly Retreat Centre

The Blue Butterfly Retreat Centre in Tulbagh in the Western Cape is a great place to visit when you're in need of some time out from a busy urban lifestyle. There are a range of retreat options are available.

AmaZink township theatre AmaZink township theatre, Kayamandi, Stellenbosch
AmaZink township theatre, Kayamandi, Stellenbosch

In the summer (October to March) months, visitors to Stellenbosch can enjoy AmaZink, a township theatre experience featuring song, dance and township fare.

A baby elephant follows mum at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve Sanbona Wildlife Reserve, Western Cape
Sanbona Wildlife Reserve, Western Cape

Sanbona Wildlife Reserve is conservation in progress – once a wasteland of overgrazed farms, today it is a staggeringly beautiful, successful wilderness area.

Restaurant at Twelve Apostles, Cape Town, Western Cape Province Honeymoons in the Western Cape
Honeymoons in the Western Cape

Romantic winelands, fishing hamlets, natural wonders and a big city buzz are some of the experiences awaiting honeymooners in the Western Cape.

Hout Bay, Western Cape
Hout Bay, Western Cape

Hout Bay is a quaint fishing town with modern attractions, offering visitors mountains, the sea, yachts, seafood and more.

Kirky the Dinosaur Kirky the dinosaur
Kirky the dinosaur

A fast-moving little dinosaur lived 135-million years ago in what would one day become South Africa, and further afield. He would become the first dinosaur with a Xhosa-inspired scientific name.

Karoo, Karoo National Park Karoo National Park
Karoo National Park

There’s something about lifting your gaze up to the mountains – and then down to a moonstruck scrub hare – that eases your mental balance.