The Western Cape covers an area of 129 370 square kilometres. It lies in the southwest of South Africa and borders on the Atlantic Ocean, in the western half and on the Indian Ocean in the southern half. The scenery, with the folding mountains of Swartberg ad Gederberg mountain ranges, is absolutely breathtaking. The vineyards and the western part of the Garden Route, with its impressive rock formations, add to the Western Cape’s beauty.
KwaZulu Natal, with its hilly landscape along the coast and the Drakensberg Mountain Range, is a kaleidoscope of natural wonders and a magnet of hikers and nature lovers all over the world. The ultra-modern facilities, fascinating multi cultured people, an history rich in heoic deeds and bloody battles is all set against a majestic backdrop of sun, sea, mountains and sky.