Western Cape is one of the most popular tourist destinations in South Africa and offers a broad range of attractions. From the tourism hot-spot of Cape Town to the lovely scenery of the Garden Route the region offers something for everyone. So this is the right place for starting your South Africa experience.
The Western Cape is easily accessible from the rest of the country by car.
Greyhound  offers a plethora of inter-city routes nation-wide.
The main bus companies offer regular services in the Western Cape (e.G. Intercape, Greyhound, Translux) as does the Baz Bus.
There is a good road network and as some places are not accessible by public transport this is a good way to travel the Cape. Car rental is available in Cape Town and in the larger towns.
CABS Car Hire (CABS Car hire), 14 Montreal Drive, Cape Town, Airport Industria, ☎ +27 (0)21 386 5500 (firstname.lastname@example.org), . Always open. CABS Car hire has been operating since 1990, and has branches at all major airports in South Africa.from R150 per day. (-33.978643,18.586561)
First Car Rental (First Car Rental), Unit E Colstein Terrace, 88 Belvedere Road, Rondebosch, ☎ +27 (0) 21 683 8715 (toll free: 0861 011 323, email@example.com), . 24 hours. Find out more about First Car Rental - a care hire company that provides affordable car rental in the Western Cape. From R165 per day. (S33°58'10.52,E18°35'32.09)
By a guide
There are a few hundred registered and qualified guides who know their way in Cape Town and the Western Cape. The Cape Tour Guides Association  can provide travellers with a list of all tour guides and their specialities.
The Western Cape offers nearly everything a traveler could want. From buzzling night-life in Cape Town and Stellenbosch to wonderful beaches and many outdoor options. So the basic itinerary should include some days in Cape Town, a visit to the Cape of Good Hope (and don`t miss the penguins at Boulders Beach), wine tasting in Paarl or Franschhoek or Robertson, Swartland and Overberg, and a trip along the Garden Route. There are also a number of smaller National Parks with hiking trails for a day out. One of the newer 'primary unusual destinations' is Soekershof Walkabout  located in Klaas Voogds along Route 62. This place consists among others of the largest permanent hedge maze in the world; a philosophers garden and unique succulent gardens with the oldest cactus -anno 1910- of South Africa. Visitors can earn a memento by fulfilling a quest.
In the Robertson Valley are diverse hiking trails such as Arrangies Kop and Die Vrolijkheid
Cape Town offers everything you want. Along the coast look-out for some fish and oysters, while in the Cape Winelands head for some of the countries finest dining experiences.
The Western Cape winelands produce very good wine.
This is the region to taste South Africa`s best wine. Tour the cellars around Paarl, Stellenbosch and Franschhoek but check for a driver before ...
Recently the wine producing areas in the Overberg, Swartland and Robertson are gaining international recognition. Not only is the wine tasting in these areas for free. While the wine of the traditional wine producing areas of South Africa are moved to the lower shelves of the European supermarkets the ones from the upcoming areas can be found in top restaurants and special liquor stores and wine boutiques in Europe and North America as premium brands.
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