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Butterfly World

Walk into the lush tropical gardens at Butterfly World Zoo and be greeted by the sound of running water, birdsong and free flying butterflies, while taking care not to step on the green tree iguana lying on the path.

CBD Intaka Island

Intaka Island, an award-winning 16 hectare wetlands and bird sanctuary, is home to 177 species of indigenous fynbos plants and 120 bird species.

Strand & Gordons Bay

Gordons Bay, a breathtaking coastal village, lies in a corner of False Bay where the majestic Hottentots Holland Mountain dips it’s toes in the ocean.The Strand originated as a Fishing and Holiday Resort.

Spier Wine Farm, Stellenbosch

Enjoy a beautiful meander through nature, see magnificent Proteas. There is so much to explore at Spier, dive into history, learn more about nature and spot interesting art pieces.


World renowned for its spectacular beauty, superb Cape wines and world class restaurants.

Rooi Els

Rooi Els perches like a child's puzzle piece on the edge of Route 44, the first little seaside village after leaving Gordon's Bay.

Riebeeck West

Only an hour from Cape Town, you will love the rural atmosphere of these quaint villages with a wide range of choice in accommodation, places to eat and drink, opportunities to do a bit of retail therapy or taste the delicious local wine, olives and other products.


The Bo-Kaap, which lies on the fringes of Cape Town’s city centre, is full of character and colourful houses, many of which are national monuments and date back to the 1750s, with cobbled streets that rise up to meet the lower slopes of Signal Hill on which the suburb lies.


Peace, silence, tranquillity and lots of space to explore are only some of the terms to describe the beautiful West Coast. And if you throw in , bokkoms, flamingos, fisherfolk and stunning long pristine beaches, then you know you’re in Velddrif!

Du Toitskloof, Paarl

It is a beautiful drive that winds its way up the side of the mountain that gives one a beautiful view over the Paarl valley, including an excellent take of Paarl rock.


Natural assets such as illustrious mountains, the Kogelberg Biosphere, Theewaterskloof Dam, the Blue Crane, special natural protection areas and unique “fynbos”, bird and wildlife species makes Theewaterskloof a place to enjoy.

Big Bay

The unsurpassed views across the bay of Table Mountain and Robben Island, together with the open streches of white sandy beaches makes Big Bay a popular holiday destination for both local and international visitors.

Spice Route

The modern day Spice Route in Paarl is a sensory feast for today’s connoisseurs of craftsmanship and authenticity.


This is a great spot to sit and soak up the commanding 360-degree views of Cape Town, Table Bay, the nearby peaks of the surrounding mountains and the rest of the Table Mountain National Park, in which the Cableway is situated.

Simon’s Town

Simon’s Town is one of the most delightful little villages in Cape Town. Situated about 40 km outside of the city, en route to the Cape Point Nature Reserve, this quaint town is the residence of the South African navy and steeped in nautical history.

World of Birds

The World of Birds is the largest bird park in Africa and one of the few large bird parks in the World. With Hout Bay's tropical garden setting, this area is a sanctuary for birds and other animals.


Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden lives up to its reputation as the most beautiful garden in Africa and one of the great botanic gardens of the world.

Kalk Bay

A gem on the False Bay coastline, Kalk Bay is known for its raw beauty, interesting shops, vast selection of restaurants and stunning views.


One of the last traditional fishing villages on the West Coast. Most certainly the most romantic and peaceful place on this scenic and wonderful coastline.

Table view – Blouberg

Bloubergstrand suburb of Cape Town along the shores of Table Bay, 15 km due north of the city centre of Cape Town. The beach at Bloubergstrand is a popular location for a classic view of Table Mountain across the bay.

Hout Bay

Hout Bay is recognised as one of South Africa’s leading destinations for local tourists and has become a popular place for international tourists to base their South African holiday.