EXPLORE Western Cape

Hugged by the Indian and Atlantic oceans, the Western Cape is one of the most well-known of the South African provinces, offering some of the best and better-known attractions in South Africa. The province is divided into five different regions, each of which has its own special flair.  

The desert expanse of the Cape Karoo and its endless skies is the place to go for the brightest stars and the pinnacle of peace and tranquillity. Take a break from the cellphone and computer screens to recharge and reconnect with nature, and spend some time with the ones you love.

A stone’s throw from Cape Town, take a drive through the canola fields and mountainous terrain of the Cape Overberg. Dotted with interesting farmstalls and tucked-away restaurants, this region is still largely undiscovered and teeming with wholesome gems. 

Known as ‘Africa’s Garden’, the Garden Route is a stretch of road lined with luscious vegetation and peppered with some of the best beaches in the country. From the Cango Caves to the Knysna Elephants, there really is something for everyone along this adventurous bit of South African coastline. With some of the most diverse accommodation Western Cape has to offer, it's a popular choice for solo travellers, couples and families alike.  

Home to wine town heavy-weights like Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Robertson, the Cape Winelands boast good food, great wine and an even better time. Punctuated with verdant mountain passes and wine estates that rank among the best in the world, the Cape Winelands is not to be missed. 

Comprising of 44 small coastal towns and fishing villages, as well as the West Coast National Park, the Cape West Coast is the perfect location for surf, sand and some of the most impressive wildflowers in the region. Sample homemade treats and marvel at the powerful ocean from one of the many quaint seaside venues. 

Where history, nature and urban brilliance meet, Cape Town is one of the world’s most sought-after destinations for a reason. Hike the iconic Table Mountain, visit the historic Robben Island, shop at the lavish V&A Waterfront or chill out on Clifton beaches. With so much to do and see in Cape Town, you won’t be left wanting.  

With so many unique venues to choose from, it won't be hard to find the Western Cape accommodation that is perfectly suited to you and your family.  

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Exclusive Big 5 Family Safari in the Eastern Cape

Hlosi Game Lodge

Hlosi Game Lodge offers an intimate and exclusive family safari in the Eastern Cape at the Amakhala Game Reserve. With only six exclusive chalets, including two family suites, 4-star Hlosi welcomes and caters for children of all ages and specialises in creating exclusive and unforgettable child-friendly safari experiences.

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Guest Story: A perfect family beach holiday in Plettenberg Bay

Robberg Beach Lodge

What a beautiful Lodge, excellent service (5 star), location is one of the best in this country. We received outstanding service from a team that exceeded every need we had as a family. The breakfast is outstanding and they catered for my children's needs which included items not on the normal breakfast menu.

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