Western Cape - South Africa
The Western Cape (with Cape Town as its capital) boasts a mix of mountains, vineyards, and oceans that appeal to millions of visitors, its attractions border on iconic and is the most popular with foreign visitors. The Western Cape's allure is not merely expansive beaches, fashionable vineyards and effortless mountains, lesser-known regions like the valleys of the Klein Karoo, untamed wilderness areas and numerous nature reserves draws visitors who want to explore the province's more exceptional moments.
You will experience salty lagoons, beachside restaurants, unique architecture, and historical seaside fishing villages. Marvel at the San rock art, incredible rock formations, fields of rolling wheat, whales, blue cranes, ostrich farms, a lake district, indigenous forests, great white sharks and mountain passes leaving you spellbound.
From Cape Town, it is an easy drive to the Winelands. Coast along Route 62, into the Overberg in pursuit of whales, up the West Coast to enjoy the annual spring flowers, into the Olifants River Valley and its heavily fragranced citrus groves, the banks of the Breede River, the hiking trails of the Cederberg, the diversity of the Klein Karoo's historic towns, and the impressiveness of the Garden Route.