Accommodation in Western Cape

List of Destinations & Types of Accommodation

Agulhas National ParkNational Park/Reserve - Self Catering
AlbertiniaGame Lodge
Bantry BayHotel
Bontebok National ParkNational Park/Reserve - Self Catering
Bushmans Kloof Wilderness ReserveGame Lodge
Camps BayHotel
Camps BayLuxury Apartment
Camps BaySelf Catering
Cape Town - BloubergstrandBoutique Hotel
Cape Town - CityGuest House
Cape Town - CityGuest House - B and B
Cape Town - CityHotel
Cape Town - Table MountainLodge / Guest House
Cape Town - Table MountainNational Park/Reserve - Self Catering
Cape Town - WaterfrontHotel
Cape Town - WaterfrontLuxury Apartments
De Hoop Nature ReserveSelf Catering - B and B
ElginSelf Catering - B and B
GansbaaiSelf Catering
Garden RouteGuest House
Kagga Kamma Private Game ReserveGame Lodge
Kalk BayGuest House
Karoo - Western CapeGame Lodge
Karoo - Western CapeLodge / Guest House
Karoo - Western CapeTented Camp Lodge
KnysnaLodge - B and B - Guest House
KnysnaNational Park/Reserve - Self Catering
LangebaanSelf Catering
MontaguResort - Hotel - Self-Catering
Mossel BayHotel
mt bijouxGuest House - B and B
Natures ValleyLodge - B and B - Guest House
OudtshoornGuest House - B and B
Plettenberg BayCountry House - B and B
Plettenberg BayHotel
StrandSelf Catering
Touws RiverGame Lodge
West Coast National ParkNational Park/Reserve - Self Catering
Western CapeNational Park/Reserve - Self Catering
Western CapeSelf Catering
WildernessWilderness Camp
Wilderness National ParkNational Park/Reserve - Self Catering


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About Western Cape

The Western Cape is home to the "mother city" of South Africa and is a premier tourist destination. Famous for Table Mountain, vast winelands, magnificent beaches. Entertainment catering for all tastes and magnificant world-class restaurants. Thanks to its scenic beauty and many attractions, tourism is a major and growing force in the Western Cape, which hosts over 50% of the country's international visitors.

Situated on the south-western tip of Africa, the Western Cape is the meeting point of the cold Atlantic and the warm Indian Oceans. In the late 15th century European seafarers arrived here in search of a halfway stop on trade routes to the East and thereby changed the face of South African history forever.

The Western Cape enjoys a mediterranean climate, with hot summers and mild, green winters perfect weather for the production of fruit, grains and most important - wine. Summer days are long and warm, whilst winters can be wet and muggy.

Western Cape Map

Map of Kwa-Zulu Natal tourism areas