At the meeting point of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans, Agulhas National Park occupies a wild, intoxicating stretch of coast with whale-filled bays and rocky promontories.
Arniston, one of the gems of the Cape, is a charming fishing village of pretty whitewashed fishermen's cottages set against turquoise water, rocky cliffs and rolling white sand dunes.
The Atlantic Seaboard of the Cape Peninsula stretches from the popular V&A Waterfront in town along the western flank of the peninsula southwards to Cape Point. Take in the breathtaking scenery while driving along the coast with the magnificent Twelve Apostles and other mountain ranges on the on
Beaufort West, the oldest town of the area and gateway to the fascinating Karoo, is a typical platteland dorp at the foot of the Nuweveld Mountains.
Betty's Bay, the sleepy town an hour's drive from Cape Town, is as laid back as it is pretty.
Bontebok National Park, situated 240 km from Cape Town and 8 km from Swellendam, boasts 120 types of bontebok.
Cape Agulhas, once known as the 'Cape of Storms' with over 250 ship wrecks along the coast, is officially the southernmost point of the African continent.
The Cape Peninsula, curving 75-kilometres into the sea as the southwestern tip of Africa, is often described as one of the world's most beautiful places.
Cape Town, fondly known as The Mother City, is one of the most picturesque cities in the world.