Western Cape 

The Western Cape is the most south western province in South Africa, covering many of South Africa's tourist destinations and attractions. The Western Cape can be divided in the following regions: Cape Peninsula Cape WinelandsEast of Cape Town and easily …
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Cape Town is the second largest city in South Africa and is the capital of the Western Cape Province, as well as being the legislative capital of South Africa.
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Knysna, pearl of the scenic Garden Route, is situated between George and Plettenberg Bay.
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Fish Hoek is a picturesque town situated about halfway down the Cape Peninsula, between Cape Town and Simon's Town.
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The Cape Peninsula is in Western Cape of South Africa, encompassing the Cape Town metro area, Cape Point and the False Bay area.
Garden Route
The Garden Route in the Western Cape is one of South Africa's main tourist attractions and is generally considered to stretch from Mossel Bay to Storms River along the Indian ocean.
Cape Winelands
The Cape Winelands are a region in the south of South Africa. The winelands boasts some of the most majestic scenery in South Africa.
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Overberg is an area rich in biodiversity between Cape Town and the Garden Route From Cape Town, either take the N2 highway, or drive around False Bay to Pringle Bay, then cruise along the coast to Kleinmond and beyond.
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The West Coast Region, located along the South-West Coast of South Africa, skirts the Atlantic ocean from Bloubergstrand in the Cape Metropolitan Area in the south, to the provincial border in Namaqualand in the north, all within the Western Cape.
Little Karoo
The Little Karoo is in the Western Cape province of South Africa, between the Swartberge and the Garden Route.
Cape Karoo
The Cape Karoo is in the Western Cape province of South Africa.
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