Walking is one of the best ways of getting close to nature in the Western Cape. If walking is high on your agenda and you also enjoy quality leisure time, book yourself a luxury getaway in Western Cape where scenic walks and trails are par for the course.
Visit Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve in Cederberg South and be enchanted by the gigantic rock formations for which the Cederberg Mountains are famous. This is a wonderworld of nature. A dramatic landscape will cast its spell on you and reveal a multitude a wonders. Weathered rocks of sandstone stand as monuments to time. Wild animals … Continue reading “4 Days in the Life of… Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve”
The season of whales is here! Whale season in the Western Cape is from June through to November. Exclusive Getaways recommends some great getaways for whale watching this season. Get your fair share of the annual whale migration miracle: when the oceans of the Western Cape offer hospitality to Southern Right, Humpback and Brydes whales. Book … Continue reading “Top Whale-Watching Getaways in Western Cape: Where to Grab One This Season”
Gordon’s Bay is a pretty coastal haven just 57 km away from Cape Town. Oozing charm and the good looks of mountainside, ocean, beach and harbour, Gordon’s Bay is a great getaway spot in Western Cape. There’s beauty galore, plenty of sightseeing and outdoor activity, and shoulder rubbing with stunning neighbouring places. We recommend two … Continue reading “Gordon’s Bay: Grand Getaways in a Gorgeous Coastal Haven Close To Cape Town”
Real luxury on holiday is being able to do what suits you, when it suits you. Privacy is another holiday luxury, often missing – or limited – in mainstream hotels. Having sole use of a holiday villa for your family, gives you the luxury of a private, self-made experience. It also gives you ample space … Continue reading “5 Opulent Sole-Use Family Getaways in Western Cape”
The Cederberg wilderness in Western Cape, and Namaqualand and the Green Kalahari in Northern Cape, are magnificent destinations brimming with raw natural beauty and exceptional outdoor activities. Rugged, ancient and vast, these areas inspire awe and make breathcatching first impressions.
Celebrate the Western Cape’s gorgeous coastlines by experiencing them afresh. Book a luxurious coastal getaway with Exclusive Getaways, pack your bag and head for an awesome oceanside spot in the Western Cape:
Launch a splendid South African tour in beautiful Cape Town and conclude with an exciting Big Five safari in the Kruger National Park, visiting famous wine country along the way.
In many parts of the Cape, farming and farm life are much a part of the lifestyle. Wine, fruit and veggies, grain, flowers and fynbos, ostriches, and milk and dairy are some of the produce of Cape farms. Some working farms also welcome stayover guests to enjoy farmstays while daily farm operations tick over. Farmstays … Continue reading “5 Fabulous Farmstays in the Cape”
Although the Western Cape as a whole wrestles the grip of a harsh and prolonged drought, there are indeed some pockets in the region that are relatively free from water scarcity and where use of water is not currently restricted. For Capetonians and so many others in the Western Cape who’ve been curtailing and measuring … Continue reading “Splash Out on an Exclusive Getaway in Western Cape Areas Without Water Restrictions”