Explore Western Cape

Not only is the Western Cape home to Cape Town and Table Mountain National Park, but this area also boasts cultural flair and a brilliant attitude unique to South Africa. The Western Cape welcomes bucket list goers with its world-renowned wilderness areas such as Cederberg and epic vineyards near Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, the top wine-producing region in South Africa. This mountainous and beautiful province is inundated with lush destinations to make every second of your bucket list adventure momentous.

Cape Town and Hermanus are cities meant for casual strolls and losing oneself on a map to the beauties that surround. A road trip on the Garden Route will be unlike any other as the picturesque lane runs through forests, lakes, and small towns. Surfing is a flagship adventure in the Western Cape, emblematic of the culture and its call to adventure. Heli-surfing on the west coast of Africa is another unique, once in a lifetime way to experience this incredible destination. But your visit isn’t over until you’ve also visited places like the stellar Cango Caves and the territory of Bo-Kaap, which brings splashes of Islamic culture to the forefront with its stunning heritage on display. The Western Cape will not give you a minute of downtime — as you’ll be constantly mapping out your next adventure in this beautiful region.

Getting There

Exploring the beautiful Western Cape is simple when flying into the Cape Town International Airport. This is the second largest airport in South Africa and accepts flights from major airports across the world. Your bucket list adventure becomes even easier when you are presented with a variety of travel options from  Newyork city, Dubai, Los Angeles, Toronto, London, Rome and  Las Vegas the International Airport. A true exploration of the Western Cape is best when you are supplied with your own vehicle. Australian citizen can fly direct from Melbourne to Cape TownSydney to Cape TownPerth to Cape TownBrisbane to Cape Town, or Johannesburg to Cape Town. Car rentals are popular options for travelers who wish to experience the land for themselves. Public transport and taxis are also available if you prefer to venture without a rental. 

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