The Mother City



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Table Mountain, Beaches & Winelands

The Mother City

Visit Cape Town

Great for: Beach, city breaks, food & wine, hiking, history & culture

Situated at the southern point of the world’s most majestic continent, you’ll find Cape Town. Nestled between the iconic Table Mountain and aquamarine Atlantic Ocean, the Mother City has a temperate Mediterranean climate, astonishing natural beauty, world-class wine and dining, rich history, vibrant culture, and a buzzing nightlife scene. All of which make it an excellent year-round destination.

Whether you prefer to spend your days soaking up the sun on Blue Flag beaches, tasting your way through the Winelands, hiking Africa’s oldest mountains, or immersing yourself in Capetonian culture, this stunning city is sure to capture your heart.


Wine tasting at award-winning estates

Sunset cruises on the Atlantic Ocean

Helicopter tours of the peninsula

Outdoor activities on mountains and beaches

Fine-dining experiences at top restaurants

Cultural tours and vibrant nightlife

Featured Itineraries

Maison Noir: Hout Bay, South Africa

Habitas: Namibia

Priced on request for 10 people sharing

The Aven: Camps Bay, South Africa

Villa Lali: Matemwe, Zanzibar

From R44 022 per night for 16 people sharing


Cape Kloof Villa: Cape Town (3 nights)

La Cle Domain: Franschhoek (3 nights)

Cheetah Plains Private Game Reserve: Sabi Sands Nature Reserve (3 nights)

From R84 375 per night for 8 people sharing


Cape Cadogan Boutique Hotel: Cape Town (4 nights)

Lion Sands Ivory Lodge: Sabi Sands Nature Reserve (3 nights)

Stanley & Livingston Boutique Hotel (3 nights)

From R 106 988.00 per person for 10 nights

The Alphen Boutique Hotel: Constantia, Cape Town (3 nights)

Heaven Boutique Hotel: Kigali, Rwanda (1 night)

Wilderness Bisate: Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda (5 nights)

 From R185 450 per person sharing for 9 nights

The Silo Hotel: V&A Waterfront, Cape Town (3 nights)

La Residence: Franschhoek (2 nights)

Birkenhead House, Hermanus (2 nights)

Royal Malewane, Thornybush Game Reserve (3 nights)

From R187,900 per person sharing for 10 nights

Dorp Hotel: Cape Town (4 nights)

Dulini Moya: Sabi Sand Nature Reserve (4 nights)

Sussurro: Vilanculos, Mozambique (4 nights)

 From R164 708 per person sharing for 12 nights

Mount Nelson: Cape Town (4 nights)

Savute Elephant Lodge: Chobe National Park, Botswana (4 nights)

Eagle Island Lodge: Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana Okavango Delta (4 nights)

From $17 720 per person sharing for 12 nights

The Marley Boutique Hotel: Camps Bay, Cape Town (3 nights)

Coot Club: Stanford, South African Whale Coast (3 nights)

From R30 975 per person sharing for 6 nights

  • 21 Nettleton (Cape Town) (3 nights)
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  • Grootbos (Gansbaai) (3 nights)
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  • Simbavati Amani, Camp George or Waterside (Klaserie) (3 nights)
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Ellerman House: Bantry Bay, Cape Town (3 nights)

Tswalu Karkuni: Tswalu Kalahari Game Reserve, South Africa (3 nights)

From R171 900 per person sharing for 6 nights

Mount Nelson: Cape Town (3 nights)

La Cotte Farm: Franschhoek (3 nights)

Londolozi Pioneer Camp: Londolozi Game Reserve, Sabi Sands (3 nights)

From R161 790 per person sharing for 9 nights

  • Mount Nelson: Cape Town, South Africa (3 nights)
  • Matetsi: Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe (3 nights)
  • Belmond Safaris Eagle Island Lodge: Okavango Delta, Botswana (3 nights)

From $11 610 per person sharing for 9 nights


May – September

UK: British nationals can visit South Africa and can stay in the country for 90 days without a visa.

USA: U.S. citizens (U.S. passport holders) visiting the Republic of South Africa for ninety (90) days or less for tourism / business purposes do not need visas.

EU: If you’re traveling with a passport from many EU countries, you do not need a visa to visit South Africa as long as your trip is for tourism or business and isn’t more than 90 days.

India: Yes, Indian passport holders need a visa to enter South Africa. Indian tourists and other short-term visitors can get a visa for South Africa online or through the embassy in India.

UAE: A visa for South Africa from the United Arab Emirates is not required for stays up to 90 days in the country for purposes of tourism or business.


9-18 months in advance

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South African Rand. You shouldn’t carry or pay with USD or other foreign currency. 

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