Otherwise known as the ‘Mother’ city
The city of Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities you will ever experience for three main reasons.
- The natural beauty that embellishes the City is overwhelming. Cape Town is surrounded by two Oceans – The Atlantic and Indian Oceans, protected by her own natural Sphynx (Lion’s Head and Signal Hill), and Table Mountain as her backdrop, acting as a natural amphitheatre to the abundant wildlife, nature and beautiful people on her doorstep.
- Colourful with multicultural threads of ethnic backgrounds that truly reflects the country’s slogun as ‘Rainbow Nation’! Blue skies (or dramatic cloud formations) set above flower markets, Oranjezicht city farm (community projects), the pastels of Bo-Kaap’s houses and the African art work in Greenmarket square.
- Quality food and service with a fantastic selection of wines, beers and fresh produce.
The world’s best cities are generally determined by viewing Sights/landmarks in and around the city, culture/arts, restaurants/food, people/friendliness, shopping, and overall value, having been ranked among the top cities in the world by several global travel publications, including Conde Nast in 2015. (Business Tech, Travel & Leisure Magazine)
It is no surprise that Cape Town keeps receiving encores from International and local guests.
”The City of Cape Town has received the top spot on the prestigious New York Times’ list of 52 Places to go in 2014, ahead of such destinations as Los Angeles, the Vatican and the Seychelles.” (City of Cape Town)
This accolade was rather significant as it also commemorated years of democracy and being nominated The Worlds Design Capitol in 2014.
From the world-class hotels such as The Cape Grace (V&A Waterfront) to the marvelous Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve set against the Cederberg Mountain range in the Western Cape.
Only in Cape Town can you escape the crowds and join the Penguins for a swim (50 min. from the city centre)
Glorious colors of the Winelands
Craggy coastline with Superb Beaches
Breath taking views from Table Mountain
Western Cape’s restored Cape Dutch Houses
Victoria & Alfred Waterfront with Shops and Restaurants