Western Cape

Cape Town – a city with a diverse range of attractions, sights and activities to offer. From lavish and luxurious to back-packing on a budget, Cape Town has something for everyone.  From the landmark beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay to the vibrant V&A Waterfront and Cape Town city center and the award winning wine farms of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek – time spent in Cape Town will not be forgotten.

Babylonstoren, Stellenbosch

Dating back to 1692, Babylonstoren is an historic Cape Dutch farm that boasts one of the best-preserved werfs (farm yards) in the Cape. Beloved for its magnificent gardens that are laid out over eight acres, the gardens are divided into 15 sections that comprise fruit, berries, bees for pollinating, indigenous plants, fragrant lawns, a prickly pear maze, a Clivia tunnel and a plethora of trees with historical and botanical import. Every aspect of Babylonstoren including the contemporary Farm Hotel & Spa, the Farm Shop and Bakery – are led by the ever-changing tapestry and botanical diversity of the gardens.

Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve and Wellness Retreat, Cederberg

Nestled in the foothills of the Cederberg Mountains lies an ecological oasis within a roughly hewn and magical land, which offers a distinctive wilderness experience among open plains and ancient sandstone formations.

The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa, Cape Town

The award-winning Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa part of the family-run Red Carnation Hotel Collection is situated on Cape Town’s most scenic route. Poised above the Atlantic Ocean, the 5-star boutique hotel is flanked by the majestic Table Mountain National Park, a World Heritage Site, and the Twelve Apostles mountain range.

Cape Heritage Hotel, Cape Town

Experience contemporary chic and historic graciousness at the Cape Heritage Hotel. Situated in Cape Town’s fashionable Heritage Square, this intimate boutique hotel offers direct access to the city’s vibrant street life, business precinct, shopping and fine dining. Guests feel at home among the burnished hardwoods and beautifully exposed original wall niches and murals, perfectly complimented by rich, tasteful furniture and décor that reflects Cape Town’s diverse cultural heritage.