With near-vertical cliffs and a flat-topped summit at over 3,300 feet high, Table Mountain forms a dramatic backdrop to the city of Cape Town. The clouds that often form on top of the mountain are known colloquially as the “tablecloth.”
Visitors to this unique landform will get to experience the mountain’s unusually rich biodiversity. Lucky walkers may encounter species like the dassie, or rock hyrax, which was once the most common mammal on the mountain but is now becoming increasingly rare, or the Table Mountain ghost frog, which only exists in this unique environment.
Track Africa’s famed “Big Five:” the lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and Cape buffalo, for a chance to view and photograph these elusive creatures.
Discover South Africa’s wine country while wandering through charming Cape Dutch towns and walking in the hills above a historic wine estate.
Once referred to as the “Tavern of the Seas,” Cape Town is a cosmopolitan city that boasts a rich history and culture.
This stunning beach also happens to be home to colony of African Penguins and is the only place in the world where you can get up close to this charming species.
This luxurious accommodation is built on the banks of the dry Mutlumuvi riverbed. Constructed of natural materials such as stone, wood, thatch, and canvas, it fits elegantly into the environment.
Savor gorgeous views over Walker Bay from the coastal bluffs of Fernkloof Nature Reserve while enjoying the over 1,250 species of plants that grow here.