The True Beauty Of The Cape


Table Mountain is an iconic symbol of Cape Town which is home to the richest, yet smallest floral kingdom on earth and was voted one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2011.

Table Mountain is home to more than 1470 floral species, many of them endemic to the area. The vegetation consists of mainly endangered Peninsula Sandstone Fynbos, but you’ll also find Peninsula Granite Fynbos, Peninsula Shale Renosterveld, and small sections of Afromontane forest.

The mountain is also home to dassies, porcupines, mongooses, snakes and tortoises. You might catch a glimpse of booted eagles and African harrier-hawks.

GROOT CONSTANTIA: A Must For all lovers of wine

Groot Constantia has been producing outstanding quality wines uninterruptedly since 1685 and its award-winning wines are celebrated and enjoyed around the world

A wine is best appreciated accompanied by a meal and chosen to suit the occasion. Pair an elegant Brut Rosé with a gourmet anniversary picnic on our lawns; choose a light and fresh Semillon for an al fresco lunch under our aged oaks; sip an expressive Pinotage during a family feast; or toast a milestone by the fireplace with a dignified glass of Gouverneurs Reserve..


Located near the southern tip of Africa, Cape Town is where the cold Atlantic meets the warm Indian Ocean and the Two Oceans Aquarium showcases the diverse marine life found in and around this unique coming together of habitats. Visitors to the aquarium can learn about the aquarium’s more than 3 000 animals, including sharks, turtles, penguins and jellyfish, through a host of interactive displays that are fun for the whole family.

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