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Top 10 Trips to Take in the Western Cape

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Top 10 Trips to Take in the Western Cape

If you find yourself in the privileged position of visiting South Africa's Western Cape Province, rent a car and take time out to discover some of the magical tourist destinations on offer. Ranging from the historical Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela and many political activists were imprisoned for years, to the Kirstenbosch Gardens, this province has something to inspire even the most tired of souls.

Cango Caves

Experience the beauty of South Africa's oldest tourist attraction as experienced guides lead you through this South African Landmark.

Cape Wine Tours 

Surrounded by rolling mountains and lush landscapes, the Cape wine lands are a sought after tourist destination. Enjoy the peace and tranquility of the Cape wineries, learn about wine, meet people and have fun with the Cape Wine Academy. Day tours, wine tastings and tailored itineraries will add the pleasure to this must-see part of South Africa.

City Sightseeing

See the sights of Cape Town from the Open Top Red Tour Bus. City Sightseeing Cape Town offer visors the option of taking the scenic route or the historic route through Cape Town. The best way to get to know the city.

Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

Enjoy a relaxing day of serene beauty at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. Set against the backdrop of Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch is home to a variety of plants and animals.

Robben Island

This World Heritage Site off the coast of Cape Town used to be the home of many political prisoners. Today the Robben Island Museum strives to conserve the heritage of this island and to educate and enrich its visitors.

Table Mountain National Park

This Natural World Heritage Site is an international tourist attraction. The National park covers a vast expanse of natural beauty ranging from valleys and cliffs to the beautiful beaches of the Western Cape.

Two Oceans Aquarium

The Two Oceans Aquarium situated at the V&A Waterfront plays host to thousand of marine animals from both the Indian and Atlantic Oceans. This top tourist attraction gives visitors the opportunity to discover the magic of our oceans.

Victoria & Alfred Waterfront

Situated at Cape Town's harbor, the V&A Waterfront is a well-known destination. With something for everyone, the V&A Waterfront hosts a variety of retail outlets, entertainment areas, offices, and hotels and residential areas. The V&A Waterfront combines the elements of life.

Whale Watching at Hermanus

Hermanus is known as one of the best places in the world for whale watching. Discovery Tours in Cape Town offers private tours for visitors to experience these majestic creatures.

White Shark Cage Diving

Dive into the Atlantic Ocean (with the protection of a cage) and experience the thrill of swimming with sharks. Meet these superior predators face to face with African Dive Safaris.

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