Cape Town is consistently voted as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and it’s easy to see why! Table Mountain provides a backdrop like no other. That, along with the stunning white beaches, history, culture, and cuisine in this vibrant city, makes it clear why many people have Cape Town on their bucket list.

From the moment you arrive, you will be swept up with the energy and the beauty, and will want to return again and again. Well known for its iconic flat-topped mountain, there are many ways one can experience Cape Town….

Some key places to visit: Table Mountain, Robben Island, Kirstenbosch National Park, District Six Museum, V&A Waterfront, Cape of Good Hope, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Bo-Kaap, Simon’s Town and Southern Peninsula (Boulders Penguin Colony), Clifton Beaches, Sea Point Promenade, Constantia, Company Gardens, Zeitz MOCAA Museum, Blouberg Strand, Muizenberg Beach, Long street, Castle of Good Hope, Signal Hill, Lions Head, Camps Bay Beach.

Our top accommodation spots in Cape Town

21 NettletonRead more
A mere 10 minutes from the V&A Waterfront and nestled against the slopes of Table Mountain’s Lion’s Head, in one of the finest positions in Clifton, this elegant mansion has much to offer.

Twelve Apostles Hotel & Spa – Read more
Dramatically located above the Atlantic Ocean, flanked by the majestic Twelve Apostles and Table Mountain, this award-winning hotel offers luxurious rooms and exquisite dining experiences.

The Marly  – Read more
Camps Bay, under the Twelve Apostles mountain range, is a chic suburb on the trendy Atlantic Seaboard. Sidewalk cafes, bars and a casual, relaxed atmosphere make this spot a beachcomber’s paradise, while the sparkling nightlife attracts the young and the young at heart. It’s a mere seven minutes from the centre of Cape Town, one of the world’s most beautiful cities.

Sea Star Rocks  – Read more
Sea Star Boutique Hotel offers sweeping views of Camps Bay, Lion’s head and Table Mountain, a refined distance from the buzz of the strip. Only 15 minutes from the CBD and conveniently accessible from Camps Bay drive, this boutique hotel offers 3 suites, an infinity pool, jacuzzi and private plunge pool.

Taj Hotel  – Read more
The hotel famous for its deep connection to Cape Town’s inner city and for its unrivalled location in the historic St George’s Mall district – has been built on this ethos since its launch in 2010. It offers uniquely curated experiences for business travellers, families, global and local tourists, as well as Capetonians who are deeply in love with their city.

Tintswalo Atlantic – Read more
Sitting at the foot of Chapman’s Peak, the lodge is perched on a pebbled beach and enjoys panoramic views of the picturesque Hout Bay harbour, the dramatic Sentinel mountain peak, and the Atlantic Ocean beyond.