A FEW WORDS ABOUT CAPE TOWN AND SURROUNDINGS
This spectacular cosmopolitan city bids its visitors an indulgent experience – bearing both aesthetic beauty and historic substance. Table Mountain is pinned one of the New 7 Wonders of the World. Contained within the Table Mountain National Park is Cape Point, the most south-westerly point of Africa. Another must see is Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens. Attracting millions of visitors each year, the V&A Waterfront rewards its visitors with a superior shopping experience. This popular tourist destination holds an amazing aquarium, award winning eateries, lively nightspots and a beautiful historical harbor. Constantia farm propositions its guests with an intimate wine-tasting experience. Popular Tourist destination, Robben Island, offers visitors insight into the life and times of late South African President, Nelson Mandela. He was imprisoned here for 18 years. Wine lovers head inland and taste world class wines as you explore the Cape Winelands.
Beside the shimmering shoreline of the Cape South Coast visitors can expect to see the whales. Hermanus is 1 of the top 12 whale watching destinations in the world. If you find yourself seduced by the splendid scenery of this landscape, you’ll find particular pleasure in the beautiful selection of sights the Garden Route offers. The way is abundant with hidden treasure, such as the Cango Caves, an impressive network of caverns made of crystalized mineral. Located in the basin of the Sundays River Region of the Eastern Cape you will find the Addo Elephant National Park. A memorable wildlife experience awaits you as you enter the homeland of the Big 5, namely Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo, Lion and Leopard. When you look to the majestic mountains of the north; the colorful spring flowers of the Cape West Coast and Namaqualand, and the dramatic rock formations of the Cederberge – it’s undeniable. Cape Town is a celebration of culture, creativity, tastes, sounds and sights that stir the spirit of men.