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Western Cape Travel Guide / If the Western Cape were a woman, she would turn heads. As a province of South Africa, the Western Cape draws millions of visitors each year to a seemingly small area if compared with other provinces in South Africa, but one that is so beautiful that it can’t help the distinct attention it draws.

Affixed to the tip of Africa as it is, the Western Cape lies bordered by two oceans - the Indian Ocean to the south and the Atlantic to the west - which goes a long way to clarify its allure. The wild Cape Agulhas coast, the extraordinary magnificence of the Garden Route, the sparse, sweeping stretches of sand, punctuated only by rocky outcrops and fishing villages, of the West Coast notwithstanding, it is not the coastline alone that draws the crowds. The constant reassuring presence of immense peaks form the backdrop to a land so lovely in parts that the emerald lakes and indigenous forests of the Wilderness, the sun-drenched vineyards of the Cape Winelands, the magnificent passes to reach the interior and the wide, windswept arid spaces of the Klein Karoo seem part of a fantasy landscape that often defies description.  Find more Accommodation in Western Cape
Cape Karoo
Many people believe the Cape Karoo is a dry place known for its warm days and cold nights and where little happens. This in fact is untrue, as a part of the landscape transforms into a bright wonderful flower fest during some months. Drawing buses full of tourists as well as locals. Blue skies falling over the Mountains are a recipe for a relaxed atmosphere.
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Cape Town
Situated on the southwestern tip of Africa, Cape Town and the Western Cape is recognised as one of the most beautiful places on earth. Offering a range of attractions, breathtaking sights and endless activities, it is a year-round holiday destination with friendly people, a mild climate and rich cultural heritage.
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Garden Route & Little Karoo
The Garden Route includes towns such as Witsand, Stilbaai, Albertina , Wilderness, Sedgefield, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay and the Tsitsikamma forest. These are towns who offer the most beautiful coastline, and breathtaking golden beaches. Forests, and bird life so spectacular one will not find beautiful scenery on this level anywhere else. All along the Garden Route one will find landscapes so different from one another, each of them will take your breath away. Visitors will definitely come back to enjoy some more of the Garden Route goodness.
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Overberg
The Overberg landscape includes a combination of green valley's beautiful Mountain ranges and forests. This great scenery is what brings loads of visitors to this area yearly. The Overberg stretches from the Hottentots-Holland Mountains in the west, right to Swellendam in the east. All the areas included offer visitors an incredible coastline, amazing towns and lots to explore.
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West Coast
The West Coast with its unspoiled beautiful beaches and mountain ranges is an area very popular among visitors.
Visitors will feel welcome from the minute they set foot in the province. The people of the West Coast are so friendly and welcoming, and are willing to share their lovely beaches and great fresh sea food with everyone.
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Winelands
The green fertile valleys of the Cape Wine lands are dressed with amazing mountain ranges. Visitors can visit small towns and monuments among plenty other attractions. Thanks to the climate of winter rainfall and warm summers, winemakers can produce some of the best wines in the country.
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