Video: Cape Town's coastline from Llandudno, Camps Bay, Clifton to Sea Point.

We absolutely LOVE Cape Town and if you choose to let us plan your trip to this fantastic city, we will not take you to the common tourist places, but instead show you the real Cape Town and all the places Capetonians prefer to hang out.

There are many reasons to visit Cape Town - Here we mention a few of them:



Cape Town has an exquisite natural beauty with picturesque landscape, several wonderful beaches and breathe-taking hills and valleys. 

When it comes to scenic drives Cape Town will not disappoint you.

The most famous icon of Cape Town is Table Mountain, which is a flat-topped mountain overlooking the city of Cape Town. Instead of taking the cable car to the top of the mountain, why not go hiking together with your guide Nathan Mengel. 

When you reach the top you can enjoy stunning views of Cape Town city centre, the Atlantic Ocean and the surrounding mountains and suburbs.



Cape Town has some of the world's best cuisine, so if you are passionate about food this is the place to go. When you get the bill you will be smiling even more since eating out is very affordable!

Take a look at some of these world-class restaurants:


​Harbour House


The Test Kitchen


Afternoon Tea at Hotel Mount Nelson



There are a lot of beaches with soft white sand along Cape Town's coastlines. One of them is Clifton 4th beach, which undoubtedly is the most popular of Clifton's four beaches. Unofficial the beach for the rich and beautiful and often used in the summer as location by film crews and photographers shooting an advertise or next years bikini fashion. A beautiful setting with giant boulders and a great atmosphere.

Just down the road from Clifton is Camps Bay with a palm-lined strip set with numerous restaurants, cafes and bars on the one side and a big beautiful beach on the other side.

We also highly recommend Llandudno beach, which has a relaxed and cosy atmosphere.

Just remember that the Atlantic Ocean is icy-cold and it therefore takes a bit of mental convincing to jump in!



The Cape Winelands are, with its mountains, vineyards and Cape Dutch architecture dating back to the 17th century, amongst the most scenic winelands in the world.

Situated only an hour's drive from Cape Town you can explore the wonderful towns such as Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Wellington.

Stellenbosch is the second oldest settlement in South Africa after Cape Town and a must visit if going to the Cape Winelands. Take a walk around this beautiful old town and perhaps do some shopping.

In Franschhoek you'll find the elegant wine estates such as la Petite Ferme and Boschendal.

Even closer to Cape Town you'll find Cape Town's oldest wine producing region Contantia, where you can enjoy wine tasting at some of the country's most beautiful estates.



Best months to visit Cape Town:

Summer:   November - December - January - February              13ºc - 29ºc   

Autumn:   March - April - May                                                           10ºc - 27ºc     

Spring:       September - October                                                           9ºc - 23ºc














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