Activities

A diverse range of exciting land, sea and air activities are waiting for you when you visit our inspiring city and the surrounding 5 regions of the Western Cape. Delight in local flair at our events, both big and small, and celebrate our culture through unique tourism experiences.

tulbagh

Tranquility is the operative word in this place of tradition, scenic beauty and majestic mountain ranges.Set in a beautiful landscape, Tulbagh is famous for its heritage and magnificent country living. Tulbagh is a historic town with a wealth of Cape...more

robertson

With over 160 years of history, Robertson has grown into one of the most attractive Cape Winelands towns, with Victorian buildings, jacaranda-lined streets, vineyards banked with beautiful roses, columns of red and yellow cannas as well as bright bou...more

The Granary

The Granary is situated in the heart of the quaint and picturesque village of Darling which is nestled in a fold of the West Coast Hills, surrounded by vineyards and wild flower reserves. A mere 45 minutes from Cape Town, it is the ideal place to use...more

beaufort west

The main road was named after Sir Rufane Donkin, who lost his beloved wife and was so devastated that he had her heart embalmed and carried it with him until he died ā€“ her heart was buried with him in England.The town is probably best known as the bi...more

Vindoux Wellness Centre

Vindoux Day Spa provides you with  a personal spa experience like no other.Our highly qualified therapists will guide you through your healing journey with expert hands. Our treatments are Fynbos inspired giving them a unique feel and aroma. Share your spa experience with a loved one in our couples treatment room or prepare for the gift of life with a pregnancy massage on a specialized bed....more

witsand

Situated at the mouth of the Breede River along the shores of the mighty Indian Ocean, Witsand offers the best of both worlds.Long stretches of pristine beach are complimented by wonderful displays of fynbos (Cape Flora) - the coastal village falls w...more