The mountainous Western Cape province is the 4th largest and oldest in the country, bounded by the Northern Cape and Eastern Cape. It is best known for Cape Town (SA`s Mother city); Table Mountain (NEW 7 WONDER OF NATURE); Robben Island and The Cape Floral Region (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES). The province makes for some of the best land-based whale watching in the world in Hermanus; has the world`s largest Ostrich population in Oudtshoorn, and boasts diverse flora and fauna. It has a Mediterranean climate, features wide sandy beaches, warm waters and has plenty to do for the adventurous. Self-drive is most definitely recommended to enjoy the magnificent scenery – roads are in good condition and link to the Karoo, the West Coast, Winelands, Overberg, and the Garden Route. The Cape Winelands & Garden Route is an important part of the Western Cape heritage; it is one of the most popular attractions and one of the most recommended routes.

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Sedgefield, Western Cape. From R1265 per night. Luxurious self-catering, tented treehouses offering a unique opportunity to sleep, eat & shower up in the canopy of the forest. *5 Green Hearts*

Knysna, Western Cape. From R730 p.n for 2 people. Luxury self-catering accommodation in an exquisite forested area, the perfect hideaway for honeymooners and all wanting a private, close to nature stay. *4 Green Hearts*

Wilderness, Western Cape. From R808 per night *Incl. Breakfast. 4 Star luxury guest lodge and self-catering accommodation set high on the slopes above the village amidst natural indigenous forests with magnificent views and warm hospitality. *3.5…

Calitzdorp, Western Cape. From R610 p.p.p.n.*Incl meals. Klein-Karoo hospitality with a touch of luxury in a vast and unspoilt natural landscape bordering the Swartberg World Heritage Site. *5 Green Hearts*