South Africa and above all the region around Cape Town offers a range of extraordinary attractions that are world-famous. The Cape Town Central area lies at the foot of the probably most well-known landmark: Table Mountain. It towers 1.086 metres above the city and offers spectacular views over Cape Town and the ocean. A cable car takes you straight to the top. Alternatively choose a hiking route that leads you through the nature reserve.
A popular and legendary destination is the Cape of Good Hope about an hour away from the city of Cape Town. Cape Point is situated within the Southern section of Table Mountain National Park, the Cape of Good Hope. The narrow finger of land with its beautiful valleys, bays and beaches is surrounded by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean in the west and the warmer waters of False Bay. The funicular takes you up to a lookout point, 200 m above sea level where you can enjoy impressive views over both oceans and the Hottentots Mountains.
The winelands of Stellenbosch are located in 50 km distance from Cape Town. Gorgeous scenery with historic Cape Dutch houses and old oak trees characterize the capital of the winelands. Numerous restaurants offer the region’s excellent wines and welcome you to dwell in the unique atmosphere.
Besides its scenic attractions, South Africa is famous for its variety of wildlife that can be explored on numerous safari routes. See the original flora and fauna for example on a safari in the world-renowned Addo Elephant Park which sprawls across nearly 164 000 ha and ranks among the finest game sanctuaries in the world. The vastness of the park is perfect for various and extended routes that allow game viewing in a mix of adventurous and fascinating encounters. Even as close as 2 hours from Cape Town you can view the BIG FIVE in game reserves and get a feel for the real Africa. Contact us anytime for organising tailor-made tours.