Cape Point

The Atlantic Seaboard is one of the most sought-after destinations in the Western Cape with its beautiful beaches and scenic promenade for walking and jogging Close to the city centre including areas such as; Camps Bay, Clifton, Bantry bay, Greenpoint and Seapoint.

Hout Bay - Seal Island cruise visit Duiker Island home of the Cape Fur Seals While aboard you are surrounded with breath-taking scenery of the famous Chapman’s Peak Drive and the Sentinel Mountain.

Chapman’s Peak Drive between Noordhoek and Hout Bay on the Atlantic Coast on the south-western tip of South Africa is one of the most spectacular marine drives in the world. The 9 km route with its 114 curves skirts Chapman’s Peak, the 593 m southerly extension of Constantia Berg and follows the rocky coastline to unfold stunning views in both directions.

Cape of Good Hope - where two oceans meet and perhaps the most scenically spectacular park in South Africa. Cape Point itself is one of the greatest landmarks in the world, jutting like a rocky knife into the broiling Atlantic Ocean. Explore the wild coastline with its clean white beaches, hike the cliff hugging trails high above the sea and climb to the top of the point (or take the funicular) for one of the Cape's Peninsula's defining views. The Cape Point Nature Reserve protects many endangered animal and plant species.

Penguins at Boulders Beach - on the False Bay coast, so not only is the water is a little warmer and the scenery stunning, but you'll find an interesting wildlife relationship in action: here it's the penguins who rule and the people who make way for their diminutive neighbours.

Simonstown - boasts gracious architectural buildings; hidden corners, cobbled streets and tiny lanes and it is the major base of the SA Navy.

The 'Historical Mile' between Muizenberg and Kalk Bay will take you past Posthuys, the oldest building in South Africa.

Groot Constantia - the oldest wine estate in the country with many well maintained historical buildings. It's beautifully laid out, and the whole place has an air of calm and quiet confidence about it. Since it was developed by Simon Van der Stel in 1685 the estate has had an unbroken history of wine production.

Kirstenbosch Gardens voted one of the top seven botanical gardens in the world and one of the top ten most desirable tourist destinations in South Africa. Renown for the beauty and diversity of the Cape flora it displays and for the magnificence of its setting against the mountain. Sunset concerts in the summer months offer a variety of entertainment.