No picture of Cape Town is complete without the iconic Table Mountain in the background. The city bowl lies in a natural amphitheatre, bordered by Table Bay on one side and hugged by Table Mountain, Lion’s Head, Signal Hill and Devil’s Peak. The city centre may be small but it is home to a vibrant history and culture; as well as many fine shops and restaurants. It holds many attractions for any traveller and is well worth deeper exploration on a guided tour. Historic and modern architecture sit side by side, with colonial buildings, residential and business properties resting next to each other. The V&A Waterfront is an extremely popular dining shopping and entertainment complex that also offers luxury accommodation.
South Africa’s favourite city sits on the edge of an epic, mountainous peninsula that curls out between two mighty oceans. The peninsula is home to a unique beauty thanks to its breath-taking terrain and spectacular local flora and fauna. From Cape Town’s dynamic and friendly people to cliffs and bays of Cape Point this area calls out to be toured and explored.
In lush valleys protected by towering mountain ranges, the scenic Cape Winelands produce some of the finest wines in the world. A day tour exploring this verdant region takes in world- class wines, delicious food and resplendent scenery. Through charming towns and wine estates the history of this region comes alive in its’ architecture and fine vintages.
A little way down the stunning Western Cape Coast from Cape Town is the charming seaside village of Hermanus. This welcoming little town is renowned for its beautiful beaches, spectacular landscape, temperate climate and ‘champagne air’. Despite all these attractions, it is most well-known for offering some of the best land-based whale watching in the world.