Known as the Mother City, beautiful Cape Town boasts more than its fair share of magnificent natural beauty, cultural marvels and historical sites. Quintessentially modern and cosmopolitan, it is home to gourmet restaurants, a thriving café culture and neighbouring Cape Winelands combined with natural wonders ranging from the famed Table Mountain to miles and miles of beautiful beaches and the confluence of two great oceans. The city effortlessly merges unique architecture, rich history and a fascinating allure of cultures. This heady mix of history, culture and beauty has resulted in Cape Town appearing time and time again on lists of the world’s most favourite cities.
Cape Town brings to the table a world of delights, from watching the waves roll in on a secluded stretch of beach while enjoying a delicious beach picnic, to an exclusive sunset yacht cruise complete with champagne and oysters, or the joy of panoramic views from the top of Table Mountain. You can also while away the day in the lush enclave of the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, or explore the colourful world of bygone eras at any of the city’s many museums. Indulge in the old-world ritual of high tea in the gracious atmosphere of the Mount Nelson, or celebrate the outdoors on a leisurely Cape Winelands bicycle tour.
Phinda Private Game Reserve
Set within easy reach of the Indian Ocean coastline and the famous UNESCO World Heritage Site of the iSimangaliso / Greater St Lucia Wetland Park in northern KwaZulu-Natal, &Beyond Phinda Private Game Reserve is known for its prolific wildlife, diversity of habitats, and a wide range of safari activities. Thanks to its coastal rainfall pattern, the lush green environment of this reserve contains seven distinct ecosystems, often referred to as the ‘Seven Worlds of Wonder.’ These diverse landscapes and vegetation shelter an abundance of wildlife, including not only the Big 5 but much rarer and secretive species, such as the elusive cheetah or the endangered black rhino.