The western cape province of South Africa comes complete with a diverse range of big, beautiful cities, small towns, and natural attractions. From it’s mountainous regions, wind-swept beaches, and fruitful valleys, the region offers something for everyone.
How to get there
Cape Town’s International Airport is the country’s second largest after Johannesburg. There is also an airport in George which offers connections to most major cities in South Africa.
There are inter-city trains from Cape Town to Johannesburg, Worcester, Beaufort West, Durban, Kimberley, Bloemfontein, Pietermaritzburg and East London available.
Driving or taking a bus are also options if you are travelling to the Western Cape from anywhere else in the country.
Regions and popular places
- Cape Peninsula;
- Cape Winelands;
- The Overberg;
- The Garden Route;
- The Little Karoo; and
- Route 62.
What to do in the Western Cape
With the picturesque and recreational offerings of the Western Cape, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to activities.
Where to stay in the Western Cape
Where to eat in the Western Cape