Cape Town, considered to be one of the great scenic cities of the world. The city, situated in the southwestern part of the Cape Province, lies at the foot of Table Mountain (1088 meters) on the shore of Table Bay, in which lies Robbin Island. Cape Town is often called the "Mother City of South Africa" because of its historical significance.

Cape Town

Stellenbosch is the oldest town in South Africa after Cape Town. It is undoubtedly the most scenic and historically preserved town in Southern Africa with elegant Cape Dutch, Victorian and Georgian architecture contained within oak lined streets. The town is situated in a magnificent mountain valley, and is the center of the country's wine industry, and also home to the world-renowned 'Maties' University.


Llandudno, situated only 18 kilometres from the centre of Cape Town is one of the numerous beautiful beaches along the Western Cape coast. An obundance of tranquil little coves are perfect for those that seek complete peace and privacy. The beaches are picture perfect with many framed by bushes, trees and giant boulders and many with a good surfable wave.