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Western Cape
Cape Town ¤ Table Mountain ¤ Wine Route

Welcome to beautiful Cape Town, known in South Africa as The Mother City. A vibrant multicultural city, Cape Town has it all, from beaches to mountains, nature reserves, paragliding, some of the world's top restaurants and wine farms, and the V&A Waterfront - the only working port open to the public in the world.

Table Mountain is the world's largest man-lit structure, overlooking the city and suburbs with its majestic tablecloth - a south-easterly wind that lines the top of the mountain with a layer of cloud; said to be in folklore the tobacco smoke from a smoking contest between a pirate called Van Hunks and the devil. The cableway can take you to the plateau, at about 1km up, where you'll have a breathtaking view of the city, Table Bay and Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned.

Cape Point is a  favourite destination for its spectacular views and the Flying Dutchman Funicular which runs up to the lighthouse and viewing platform. It's often though that Cape Point is where the Indian and Atalantic oceans meet at the southern-most tip of Africa, but this is actually at Cape Agulhas. The point where the Agulhas and Benguela currents meet varies seasonally between these two points. The Cape of Good Hope is a headland on the Atlantic Coast where Bartholomew Dias first rounded the Cape in 1488. Sailors gave the site its original name, The Cape Of Storms.

Whale watching at Hermanus
Relaxing at Camp's Bay

The Cape Wine Route begins just outside of Cape Town and stretches all the way through the most beautiful wine farms which are open to the public. Here you can sample some of the world's best wines, have a picnic on the lawns, or buy a few cases to take back with you. The Cape Winelands is divided into six main regions each offering its own unique wine route. Constantia, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl, Robertson and Wellington are the most popular.

Also known as the Wine Route, Route 62 leads through the wine-growing areas of Wellington, Tulbagh, Worcester, Robertson and the Klein Karoo (Small Karoo) and is one of the longest wine routes in the world. Activities along the route include wine tours, safari drives, tribal art, cultural tours, museums, hiking, mountain climbing, 4x4 routes, canoeing, horse riding, fishing, caving and skydiving

The Garden Route is a must for nature lovers. The name comes from the diverse vegetation and numerous lagoons and lakes along the way. Almost 300 species of birds live here, and 10 nature reserves are home to dolphins, coral reefs and seals. The Southern Right Whale calves here from July to December. To take in this magnificent route, we can travel from Cape Town to Worcester to Outdshoorn to George (and then fly back home) OR continue to Knysna, Mossel Bay to Swellendam, Hermanus, Gordon's Bay and back to Cape Town.

Whale watching at Hermanus.

Boulders Beach is a popular destination because of the colony of African penguins who live there. It's a great trip for the kids, who can get close to the penguins on the new boardwalks at Foxy Beach.

Gansbaai is an internationally known spot for cage diving with sharks. Not for the faint-hearted.