Cape Town & Cape region -
a dream holiday at the Cape of Good Hope
Even well-travelled men gasp for breath at the first view of Cape Town with its impressive Table Mountain and its unique location at a vast bay. There's no doubt about it that Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities all over the earth, a lot of people even call it the world's most beautiful city. Swimming with penguins on a wonderful beach in the mornings, enjoying a wine-testing in an ancient vineyard in the picturesque wine regions in the afternoons, or winding down with a good dinner at the Waterfront, a former harbour area which was rebuilt as a promenade, in the evenings – in Cape Town every day is a great experience. Cape Town is difficult to explain, it's simply a must-see! Enjoy Cape Town in the luxurious way with Intosol – we compiled a selection of luxury hotels for you, which rank among the elevated and upper top-level classes. Besides the obligatory ride with the cableway up to the Table Mountain (1088 metres), numerous trips around Cape Town arise. Alone the Cape of Good Hope, where the Atlantic and Indian Ocean merge, is worth a day trip. Located not far from the Cape is Boulders Beach. A large colony of penguins lives here, its species is unique in Africa. A part of this nature reserve is approved for tourist bathing and attracts curious onlookers, who want to swim with penguins for once, again and again. Extensive wine-growing areas entice with ancient, rustic vineyards and a fascinating nature in the back-country of Cape Town. Get inspired by the beauty of this landscape! Cape Town offers an unbelievable variety of possible sports and leisure activities. Due to the ideal wind conditions, the coast particularly attracts wind surfers and kite surfers. However, surfing and sailing are very popular as well. Intosol provides the opportunity to learn both sports under competent guidance. Divers feel especially attracted by the opportunity to experience a “great white shark“ during the “cage diving“ in the ocean and some venturous ones even dare to approach the king of the sea without a cage. The Table Mountain in the back-country and the neighbouring Twelve Apostels mountain range attract climbers and alpinists from all over the world. Great attraction provides for example the abseiling of a steep face of the Table Mountain in a height of 1085 metres. However, also hikers are offered spectacular routes with partly breathtaking views. First-class quality in Cape Town is also offered in classical sports like tennis or golf.
Destinations in Cape Town:
The Table Mountain
The Table Mountain is a must-see for every visitor of Cape Town. Alone the cableway ride – the cable car hovers in the air and the floor rotates, giving everyone a breathtaking 360 degree view - is worth the drive. At the top, terrific views of Cape Town and the Cape region as well as a splendid nature provide unique experiences.
Cape of Good Hope
At the Cape of Good Hope the Indian and Atlantic Ocean merge. The nature reserve with its breathtaking cliffs and amazing vegetation and wildlife attracts millions of tourists every year.
Boulders Beach – Penguin Bay
Located not far from the Cape is Boulders Beach. A large colony of penguins lives here, its species is unique in Africa. A part of this nature reserve is approved for tourist bathing and attracts curious onlookers, who want to swim with penguins for once, again and again.
Stellenbosch & Winelands
A region of downright beauty entices in the back-country of Cape Town: green covered mountains, vast wine-growing areas, and numerous ancient and rusty vineyards captivate visitors. Put the rule to the test and try the excellent South African wine at a wine-testing!
Near Stellenbosch, which is called “City of Thousand Oaks“, the most famous South African vineyard Vergelegen is located: A wonderful ancient tree population, among which some trees are several thousand years old, provides a special attraction.
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