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A Bygone Era

Victoria Falls is recognised as one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Journey to this magical place and witness the greatest mass of falling water on earth.
Drakensberg Mountains
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A World in One Country

Cape Town has it all; a fascinating mix of vibrancy, history and culture, and spectacular natural beauty, all rubbing shoulder under the watchful and iconic magic of Table Mountain.
The Marine

Luxury Cape Spectacular

The very best of South Africa from the Twelve Apostles Mountains, to the stunning West Coast and the award-winning winelands, there is no shortage of breath-taking moments.
Machangulo Pool

City, Safari & Beach

Included in this holiday package are the three biggest reasons to come to South Africa. See the wild animals of Africa, while getting to enjoy the bustling city and surf.
Breede river valley

Jewels of the Cape - West Coast

A treasure trove of unspoilt beaches, incredible mountain ranges, rich geographical diversity, and the most astounding carpet of wild flowers in spring.
Hermanus whale

Jewels of the Cape - Whales

Hermanus, the jewel of the Overberg offering the best land-based whale watching in the world. With an abundance of plant, animal and bird life - a paradise for nature lovers.
Franschhoek winelands

Jewels of the Cape - Wine Route

The Winelands Region offers breath-taking scenery, historic homesteads, superb restaurants and of course, copious quantities of fabulous wine routes with a 300-year history.
Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls, City & Safari

Victoria Falls supports an entire rainforest, carves canyons and births rainbows in its mist. View wildlife in their natural habitat and experience the Cape Peninsula, this holiday is a stunner.
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City, Victoria Falls & Rovos Rail

One of the most luxurious trains in the world, combining the finest elements of modern travel with the romance and elegance of a bygone era, luxury train travel through Africa
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The Cape Holiday Destinations

The Western Cape is the first choice and most visited destination of South Africa for first time visitors. “The fairest Cape in all the circumference of the World”; Sir Francis Drake’s description remains as true today.

At its heart lies the Cape Peninsula and the Mother City Cape Town, one of the world’s most beautiful cities, in an idyllic setting at the foot of Table Mountain. A visit to Cape Town is much more than a City Break! Cape Point offers rugged cliffs, scenic coastline, baboons and wild ostriches. The wooden walkways of Boulders beach allow you to observe the African penguins in their natural habitat without disturbing them. Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens is a must for every visitor to Cape Town and is a haven for lovers of nature, flora and fauna.

A string of quaint fishing villages runs along the rugged West Coast, covered in spring by a dazzling carpet of flowers. To the east are the endless miles of white sandy beaches, each with its unique charm. A region celebrated for its unique people and extraordinary places, and where the sun shines 90% of the year. A stay in one of the traditional West Coast fishing villages should be on every visitor wish list.

Inland are the spectacular Winelands, with beautiful manicured vineyards stretching to the horizon. The fertile green valleys of the Cape Winelands are surrounded by spectacular mountain ranges and it is the largest wine producing region in South Africa.

The Whale Coast has the distinction of splitting the oceans. At Cape Agulhas, the southernmost tip of the continent, the waters are cleaved into the Atlantic and Indian Oceans.  Rimmed by these two great oceans, it’s a playground for all the inhabitants of the earth and sea, a nursery of the great Southern Right whale and a garden of delight, from its rare floral kingdom, to the fields of grain and orchards of fruit. Walker Bay (Hermanus) offers the best land based whale watching in the world.

The wide-open spaces of the Klein Karoo are full of surprises from charming country towns to breath-taking mountain passes. This is a landscape fashioned almost entirely by water. Gorges follow rivers that cut through towering mountains and passes cross-imposing terrain, leaving one stunned by the visual beauty of nature. Route 62, the longest wine, mountain and fruit route in the world, is the best way to explore this spectacular, and often forgotten region.

The Garden Route, famed worldwide, is an area of outstanding natural beauty, comprising lakes, lagoons, indigenous forests, Edwardian passes, towering mountain ranges and unspoilt coastline. Simply put, with its abundance of closely-protected nature reserves and National Parks, Mother Nature presents visitors with an up-close and personal experience with the best she has to offer!

No visit to South Africa is complete without a wildlife experience! The many Big 5 game reserves in the Eastern Cape offer a natural extension to your holiday of discovery.

 

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V&A Hotel

Victoria & Alfred Hotel

LOCATION: V&A Waterfront, Cape Town Framed by the ocean and Table Mountain, the elegance of the Victoria & Alfred Hotel
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The Last Word Long Beach

LOCATION: Kommetjie, Cape Town The Last Word Long Beach is right on the beach in the picturesque lobster-fishing village of
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The Last Word Constantia

LOCATION: Constantia, Cape Town The Last Word Constantia is located in the heart of the Cape Town’s most famous and

Lawhill Luxury Apartments

LOCATION: V&A Waterfront, Cape Town Regardless of your reason for visiting Cape Town, Lawhill Luxury Apartments is the perfect place
Dock House - View

Dock House Boutique Hotel & Spa

LOCATION: V&A Waterfront, Cape Town Dock House Boutique Hotel & Spa is a unique and opulent jewel in the crown
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Azamare

LOCATION: Camps Bay, Cape Town Azamare is situated in picturesque Camps Bay, a vibrant suburb of Cape Town, surrounded by