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  • Hotels

    Mount Nelson Hotel

    In the historic city of Cape Town, with its many noteworthy landmarks, the five-star Mount Nelson Hotel is a renowned landmark in its own right. Nestled in nine acres of lush garden estate on the lower slopes of Cape Town's iconic Table Mountain, the Mount Nelson Hotel offers guests a tranquil haven in which to relax and revitalize, along with the convenience of being located within a short ...

  • Hotels

    Best Western Cape Suites Hotel

    With Cape Town's iconic Table Mountain in the background and offering easy access to the city’s many attractions and the CBD, the four-star rated Best Western Cape Suites Hotel is perfectly situated for both business and leisure travelers. Nestled securely in a walled village-like setting, the hotel consists of a total of 123 spacious one, two and three-bedroom units, as well as open-plan ...

  • Radisson Hotels

    Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront

    With the Atlantic Ocean stretching out endlessly before it and the iconic Table Mountain as a backdrop, Cape Town is a prime tourist destination with both local and international holidaymakers. The five-star Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront, located on Beach Road, Granger Bay, offers guests spectacular ocean and mountain views coupled with the convenience of being within walking distance of a ...

  • Cape Town

    Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

    With the majestic Table Mountain as a back drop, the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens are an awesome sight to behold. Founded in the year 1913, the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens cover an area of 528 hectares, displaying the diversity and wonder of the natural forests and flora that are found in South Africa. It focuses mainly on exhibiting indigenous plants, but there are ...

  • Western Cape

    Big Bay Beach

    With superb views of both Table Mountain and Robben Island, Big Bay Beach near Blouberg in Table Bay is a stretch of soft white sand with two rocky points stretching out into the sea creating a small bay. Despite the somewhat chilly water of the Atlantic Ocean, Big Bay Beach is a popular spot for surfing, wind-surfing, kite-surfing and swimming, offering visitors the safety factor of a ...

  • Western Cape

    Climate

    The Cape Town area of the Western Cape has a Mediterranean climate. Inland and coastal temperatures usually differ as the mild, dry and very sunny summers warm the coast with temperature lows of 15 degrees and highs averaging 27 degrees, and inland temperatures are often 3 – 5 degrees higher than the coastal areas. Winter along the coast is chilly but hardly ever drops below 7 degrees and ...

  • Hiking Trails

    Hoerikwaggo Trail

    Taking its name from the original Khoi'san word for Table Mountain, which they call 'mountain in the sea', the Hoerikwaggo Trail offers hikers a spectacular 97 kilometer trail, winding its way through the Table Mountain National Park (TMNP) from Cape Town to Cape Point. The scenery along the Hoerikwaggo Trail is breath-taking, while the flora and fauna is varied and fascinating, with many ...

  • Cape Town

    Cape Point

    Cape Point, located in the southern section of Table Mountain National Park, is one of Cape Town’s major attractions. Standing at Cape Point and looking out at the waves crashing on the rugged rocks below, one can imagine the courage of explorers who passed this way centuries ago. The shipwrecks at Cape Point bear testimony to the fact that many did not reach their destination.

  • Cape Town

    Signal Hill

    Signal Hill in Cape Town is a renowned tourist attraction. The large flat-topped hill located beside Lion's Head and looking out at nearby Table Mountain is a spectacular look-out point standing proudly between Green Point and the City Bowl. Also referred to as the Lion's Flank, Signal Hill is popular with both locals and visitors from afar.

  • Western Cape

    Camps Bay Beach

    Camps Bay beach is one of the most popular beaches in Cape Town. With lush green mountains in the background and the wide open ocean before you, there is no doubt as to why this amazing beach draws swimmers, sun bathers and families looking for fun. A vibrant cosmopolitan beachfront, Camps Bay will keep you coming back for more.