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Things to do in the Western Cape, South African

By Edited May 17, 2014 0 0

Enjoy the best of the Western Cape

If you are looking for a spectacular holiday destination, look no further than the Western Cape.

Boulders Peak
Cape Town is a thriving city which offers the very best in first class accommodation at the many top hotels, and when it comes to boutique shopping, Cape Town has no shortage of elegant malls and classy stores. However, there is very little which compares to the breathtaking beauty of the natural surrounds of the Cape. Table Mountain is a majestic mountain which is visible for miles and looms over the oceans and valleys of the Cape and a must for all is a day trip to Robben Island, which is a national heritage site. Plan a visit to Robben Island, visit the website, www.robben-island.org.za. A cable car trip up the infamous Table Mountain is also a must, and it will allow the sheer beauty of the Mother City to be enjoyed.

Restaurants

The rich mix of cultures in the Western Cape has allowed the region to boast many different restaurants and diners, each of which are certain to cater to all tastes.

The area is well known for its wines and a must is a visit to the many wine estates and wineries which are located around the province.

Sights

Visitors to the province can arrange shark cage diving tours and a number of tour operators offer all in one tours, where the best sights of the Cape have been included in one, affordable tour. Take a moment to visit the Mother City Tours website, www.mothercitytours.co.za and view the several package deals offered by the Cape Tour operator. Holidaymakers will find that Cape Town's hotels vary in price and savvy hotel seekers are sure secure great deals for rates for hotel accommodation on many of the Cape Hotel websites. A number of comfortable and spacious self-catering holiday cottages can be found along teh Cape coast and here tourists can look forward to enjoying value for money accommodation, while having easy access to the top beaches.

Oceanview

Garden Route

The Garden Route is a spectacular travel route, which joins the Western and Eastern Cape, and the route begins in Mossel Bay and ends in the Tsitskamma National Park. A must for all visitors and the route allows the best sights of the provinces to be enjoyed. There are many over night bed and breakfast establishments dotted along the Garden Route.

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