Cape Town & Winelands



Cape Town

Between the majestic, Table Mountain and Table Bay, lies South Africa’s mother city, Cape Town.  A modern metropolis with an extended seafront, but holds dear its origins as a 17th century replenishment station with history and cultures abound.  Pristine beaches and secluded coves encircle Table Mountain, which is home to some 8500 floral species, making it one of the most beautiful places on earth. CAPE TOWN is southern Africa's most beautiful, most romantic and most visited city. Indeed, few urban centres anywhere can match its setting along the mountainous Cape Peninsula spine, which slides into the Atlantic Ocean. By far the most striking – and famous – of its sights is Table Mountain, frequently shrouded by clouds, and rearing up from the middle of the city. More than a scenic backdrop, Table Mountain is the solid core of Cape Town, dividing the city into distinct zones with public gardens, wilderness, forests, hiking routes, vineyards and desirable residential areas trailing down its lower slopes. Standing on the tabletop, you can look north for a giddy view of the city centre, its docks lined with matchbox ships. To the west, beyond the mountainous Twelve Apostles, the drop is sheer and your eye sweeps across Africa's priciest real estate, clinging to the slopes along the chilly but spectacularly beautiful Atlantic seaboard. To the south, the mountainsides are forested and several historic vineyards and the marvellous Botanical Gardens creep up the lower slopes. Beyond the oak-lined suburbs of Newlands and Constantia lies the warmer False Bay seaboard, which curves around towards Cape Point.

Cape Winelands

The Winelands are characterized by majestic mountains, valleys carpeted with vineyards, quaint villages, good wine and food, art, culture and much more.  Apart from natural beauty it provides ample opportunity for wine lovers to sample the best of the local produce. The Cape Winelands is another of the huge draw cards to South Africa that manage to effortlessly combine the beauty of ripening vineyards, Cape Dutch manor homes and excellent cuisine in valleys surrounded by indigo mountains to such effect that visitors return to fully appreciate the many wine routes and estates on offer. 

Many of these are within easy reach of Cape Town, particularly those in Stellenbosch, Paarl, Franschhoek and Wellington, but there are those slightly further afield in other wine-producing valleys - the Breede River Valley, the Swartland and the Olifants River Valley, to name but a few that are equally inviting.

Highlights include:

  • Cape Town with rich culture and history
  • Cape Point Nature Reserve & West Coast National Park
  • Table Mountain, one of the 7 natural wonders of the world 
  • Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Boulders, World of birds, Robben Island etc. 
  • The Winelands represents the heart of the wine industry including historical towns of Paarl, Stellenbosch, Franschoek, Wellington as main features 
  • Leading and world renowned wineries Nederburg, Zonebloem, KWV, Neethlingshof, Laborie to name but a few.

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