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Cape Town

Africa’s most vibrant city

Table Mountain is the most iconic landmark in South Africa, the most photographed of the city’s many attractions. But Cape Town has so much more to offer. Don’t miss the magnificent Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens and the buzz of the city behind for a few hours; an extraordinary 70% of the flowers here are endemic to region. Then travel out to Boulders Beach where penguin abound - a truly unique sight in Africa!

While many of the cities finest hotels are located along the historic Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, the quieter suburbs towards the foot of Table Mountain and along the Peninsula are also home to a collection of delightful boutique properties. For those who enjoy fine dining Cape Town is a gastronomic delight with a vast collection of world class restaurants showcasing mouth watering cuisine from around the world.
 
No trip to the ‘Mother City’ would be complete without a visit to Robben Island, the UNESCO World Heritage Site where Nelson Mandela was incarcerated before the fall of Apartheid. You should also take a boat ride around Cape Peninsula, especially if it is during the whale watching season. Truly adventurous travellers can try open sea sailing, shark cage diving, sand-boarding, abseiling, paragliding, and even go snorkelling with the seals. The opportunities are endless.
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Ellerman House
Ellerman House is the quintessential private retreat for a family or group of friends, and the spa is truly world class. Be sure to dine in at least one night as the cellars are stocked with 17,000 bottles of wine.
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Mount Nelson
The Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel is one of Cape Town’s most luxurious resorts. It’s right at the foot of Table Mountain, painted in the same pale pink that has made it a distinctive city landmark since it was built in 1918.
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Sea Five Boutique Hotel
Staying at Sea Five Boutique Hotel you’re only 300m away from Camps Bay, the most glamorous beach in Cape Town. We love the laid back feel of this beach house, its Atlantic views, and the elegant decor which seems to have been transported from the French Riviera.
Accommodation:
The Cape Grace
Experience contemporary Cape culture and hospitality when you stay at the five-star Cape Grace. This charming property is on a private quay between Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront and the exclusive yacht marina, so you can’t get any closer to the water.