A diverse range of exciting land, sea and air activities are waiting for you when you visit our inspiring city and the surrounding 5 regions of the Western Cape. Delight in local flair at our events, both big and small, and celebrate our culture through unique tourism experiences.

riebeek valley

Nestling on the foothills of the Kasteelberg Mountain in a Tuscany-style valley just 70km from Cape Town, Riebeek Valley is as renowned for its excellent wines, as it is for olive growing and its annual Olive Festival. Sun kissed days and fresh count...more


A scenic one-hour drive from the Mother City of Cape Town, the town of Breedekloof awaits. Award winning wines, country living and a natural playground of crystal clear streams and majestic mountains keep people coming back.There is more to the Breed...more

southern peninsula

Looking south from the Constantiaberg and Muizenberg Mountains, one can see the seaside suburbs that hug the shores of False Bay, from Muizenberg through Kalk Bay, Fish Hoek and Simon’s Town all the way to Cape Point. Indonesian, Xhosa, Dutch and Bri...more

Cape Columbine Nature Reserve

The reserve covers an area of 263ha along the rocky stretch of coastline with numerous inlets and coves. This area was declared a nature reserve in December 1973. The vegetation of typical West Coast veld ranges from the well-known West Coast fynbos ...more


This town offers some of the world's best white shark cage diving, boat and shore-based whale watching and fishing spots.These marine attractions should not be the only things to lure you, however. Some of the best-conserved fynbos (Cape Flora) adorn...more