A stay in Cape Town is an absolute must for any visitor to South Africa.  With Table Mountain providing a magnificent backdrop and set on a peninsula of soaring, rocky heights and lush valleys, this city is blessed with immense natural beauty, and the fast pace and bright lights of a great urban centre meld effortlessly.

Capital of the Western Cape Province, it is often known as the 'Mother City'.  It is rich in history, with a fascinating blend of old an new cultures.  With turquoise coastlines and lush wine regions just around the corner, Cape Town is a gem waiting to be discovered.

Warmed by the African sun, Cape Town's climate is typically Mediterranean, caressed by its warm dry heat in summer and moist wet winters.  But no matter what the season, the air is always crisp, as the area is frequently visited by the 'Cape Doctor', a south-easterly wind that sweeps over the peninsula and eliminates pollution.
Yes - Cape Town really does have it all, but read on for more things to do in and around Cape Town!
Table Mountain from Table View