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Cape Town is one of the most popular holiday destinations in South Africa. Set at the end of the Garden Route

This cosmopolitan city is known for its culture, food, landmarks and vibrant atmosphere. There is something for everyone in the Mother City – beautiful vistas, first-rate accommodation, historical experiences, and fine food and dining await all who travel to the city. The city’s must-visit sites and landmarks include the magnificent Table Mountain, the Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden, the V&A Waterfront and the Company’s Garden. A holiday in Cape Town offers travellers the opportunity to explore the Garden Route, go on a safari in the Eastern Cape, or sample the wines of the Cape Winelands. A Cape Town getaway is ideal for travellers seeking romance, excitement and adventure, and East Cape Tours will ensure that you enjoy an unforgettable holiday in this city!

Plenty of thrilling experiences and activities await travellers in The Mother City. There is something for everyone, making it a fantastic destination for families. The city is known for its vibrant nightlife; sip on cocktails or gin and tonics at a rooftop bar, or dance the night away at one of the Cape Town’s many clubs. Families can spend the day walking through the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, spot sea creatures at the Two Oceans Aquarium, or visit Greenmarket Square, one of Cape Town’s oldest markets.

Our itineraries offer a wonderful experience that is fit for a range of tourists including families, nature tourists and couples seeking a romantic getaway. Enjoy a fantastic trip to one of the best cities in South Africa today!


The Last Word ★★★★★

Guests are presented with a choice of nine classically furnished hotel rooms: five suites and four superior double rooms. Relaxation areas command arresting vistas of the Constantia valley. Take it all in. Welcomed seclusion is provided by a sunken pool, surrounded by an expansive tanning deck. A main attraction is the hotel’s luscious garden, designed to capture a small piece of this region’s natural grandeur. It’s the five star of luxury escapes.

picturesque V&A Waterfront Marina

Waterfront Village ★★★★★

Waterfront Village, situated on the water’s edge in the picturesque V&A Waterfront Marina in Cape Town Central, next to the Cape Grace Hotel and One&Only, offers guests the sumptuousness of a hotel with the freedom of superior serviced apartments. Guests are spoilt for choice with a selection of one to three bedroom apartments, providing a wide selection of accommodation that will suite their individual requirements.

fine dining restaurant, with breathtaking views

Bay Hotel ★★★★★

With the majestic Twelve Apostle mountain range as a backdrop and the Atlantic Ocean less than a minutes’ walk away, The Bay Hotel is surrounded by natural beauty. The Bay Hotel offers guests a choice of two in-house restaurants, four swimming pools, a gym, a spa and conference facilities. The hotel is home to Sandy B Private Beach Club, and Caamil’s Bar – both perfect spots for relaxing and unwinding and the hotel is central to a host of Cape Town attractions.

sophisticated, apartment-style accommodation

Onyx ★★★★★

Set in the heart of Cape Town’s oldest thoroughfare, The Onyx Apartment Hotel is a sophisticated, apartment-style accommodation conveniently located opposite the Cape Town International Convention Centre, 20km away from Cape Town International Airport and just a kilometre away from the city centre. Room types include Studio and Deluxe apartments, each fitted with a private kitchenette with modern appliances, a TV, an en-suite bathroom and Wi-Fi. Additional hotel features include a swimming pool, a spa, a fitness centre and two restaurants. Guests can visit a variety of attractions namely the iconic Table Mountain, Bo-Kaap, the South African Museum, Aquila Game Reserve, and go shark cage diving.

luxury apartment buildings

Lawhill ★★★★★

Situated at the swanky V&A Waterfront, the lavish Lawhill offers a brilliant accommodation at the heart of Cape Town. Guests have a choice between 1 bedroom, 2 bedrooms, and 3 bedrooms apartments to choose from as well as a 3 bedroom penthouse which features an expansive deck and a private pool. Apartments are incredibly spacious and feature an open lounge. All rooms are luxuriously decorated and come fully equipped as well.

Reasons to visit Cape Town
  • While Cape Town is a city, it is by no means a concrete jungle! There are stunning beaches along the coast, and lush gardens and greenery can be found throughout the city
  • The city is not far from the winelands of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl, which means that wine tasting can be added to a Cape Town holiday
  • There are many landmarks and sites of historical importance to visit! You can take a cable car up Table Mountain, take the train to Simon’s Town to see the Just Nuisance statue, take a ferry trip to the historic Robben Island, or walk along the cobbled streets of Bo-Kaap
  • The city comes alive at night, and Cape Town is known for its nightlife. There are many bars and clubs that serve cocktails, and restaurants that serve tapas and tasty meals

Blue Beaches, South Africa

A sea breeze gently flowing through your hair, luscious sand between your toes, clear flowing water to quench the thirst of your eyes… not always the first image that comes to mind when thinking about a renowned safari destination like South Africa.

Four of south africa’s nine provinces are on the coast, and three of these four are abundant in blue flag beaches – there are 46 officially-certified beaches, to be precise. This annual international award symbolising the quality of beaches has strong criteria to be met, which divide into the categories of safety, amenities, cleanliness, environmental information, and environmental management.

The western cape, home of the mother city, cape town, holds a whopping 30 blue flag beaches, while kwazulu-natal and eastern cape have nine and seven respectively. Although south africa is known to have a mild climate compared to other holiday spots, winter in the eastern cape and western cape wouldn’t quite constitute beach weather. This is where kwazulu-natal rises to the occasion, having a tropical climate that is good for a beach day all year round.

Beaches, Western Cape

The white-sanded shoreline of Clifton 4th beach is a popular stop for sundowners, where friends and family meet amongst the rocks and observe an extended sunset made up of countless stunning photographs. As you follow the curve of the shore, the lights from the buildings on the hills are reminiscent of an Italian coastline from a romantic movie.

Famous for being the backdrop of many big Bollywood numbers, Muizenberg beach’s colourful houses match the country’s ever-evolving diversity, and make for bold and exciting photos. The calm waters and flat open sand areas are great for family picnics and sports in the spirit of bonhomie. Hike, surf and sunbathe, or explore the bakeries, pubs and markets – either way, you won’t be disappointed.

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