Cape Town


There is so much to visit in Cape Town. The list of hidden treasures and must-do’s is long and we’re happy to assist you with making bookings, give recommendations and help in any way possible.

For foodies

Cape Town and surroundings are the walhalla for foodies. Situated at the sea border and with inhabitants coming from all over the world, you can find each and every cuisine at all gourmet levels.

Wine tours

South Africa is very much the ‘land of milk and honey’ for wine lovers with its world-class wines. There’s dozens of wineries to discover, starting with Cape Town’s very own wine valley around the corner of Hout Bay: Constantia!

And there’s the iconic regions of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, or Hermanus with its ‘Hemel-En-Aarde’ wine region, just a 1-hour drive away.



Of course there is Kruger and its Big 5. But don’t underestimate the Western Cape either.

Hiking & other activities

Table Mountain National Park – there is no way to leave Cape Town without having climbed (by foot or by going up with cableway) THE Table Mountain. And there is so much more hiking to do…

Also, and don’t forget golf, surfing, biking and horse riding!

Beaches & surfing

Plenty of choice: the beach of Hout Bay in, well, a bay welcoming seals and whales. There’s trendy Camps Bay and fancy Clifton, calm Llandudno and surfer’s paradises Kommetjie, Muizenberg and Blauberg. All of them offering soft white sand.