WESTERN CAPE ACCOMMODATION
Regarded as one of South Africa’s premier tourist destinations, the Western Cape offers the best nature has to offer- incredible mountains, vineyards and ocean. This remarkable province offers a plethora of incredible sights such as the famous Garden Route, the world-renowned Winelands and the vibrant capital, Cape Town is affectionately known as ‘The Mother City’.
The accommodation in the Western Cape is as varied as the province itself, from the luxurious, comfortable and affordable-hotels, lodges, guest houses, self-catering apartments and safari retreats. Guests are in for a treat with offerings ranging from beachfront offerings, Winelands countryside estates or mountain hideaways.
Thousands of tourists flock to the Western Cape annually to enjoy the regions scenic nature, its rich history, and good food and of course world class wine. The province is incredibly photogenic and with the sea, blue skies and mountains there are bountiful of activities to enjoy.
South Africa’s most popular tourist destination offers the urban thrills of the Mother City, the quaintness and Naval history in Simon’s Town, one of the oldest towns, the ostrich-farming towns in the Klein Karoo’s region or The Overberg and Hermanus for whale watching in The Garden Route’s lakes and forests and the and vineyards present another take on the Cape.
For extra kicks, try bungee jumping or cage-diving among Great Whites.
WHEN TO VISIT
The Western Cape climate is diverse, altered by the varied landscape and scenery and the influence of the surrounding ocean currents. The winter month in the province is generally rainy and icy cold and the summer month is warm and dry. Snow on the Western Cape Mountains is a common occurrence in the winter occasionally reaching down into the more inland valleys.
aha HARBOUR BRIDGE
It is known that location and convenience go hand-in-hand, and the state-of-the-art aha Harbour Bridge Hotel & Suites is no exception!