Cape Town - The city of Cape of Good Hope, the point where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Indian Ocean. A city with incredible natural beauty, a mosaic of nationalities and cultures, a varied landscape, with skyscrapers and huge shopping centers, with beautiful buildings of colonial architecture and aristocratic neighborhoods with quaint streets full of tall trees. The city's port is one of the largest trade ports in the world.
East London, South Africa
East London, affectionately called Buffalo City by the locals, is situated 1000 kilometres from Cape Town on the South East coast of South Africa. The city lies on the Indian Ocean coast, largely between the Buffalo River and the Nahoon River. East London is the second largest industrial centre in the province. The motor industry is the dominant employer. The shores are lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean and with its sub-tropical climate is a sought after tourist destination for local South Africans and international tourist alike. The Sunshine Coast is renowned for its many kilometres of beautiful unpolluted and un-crowded beaches.
Hermanus, South Africa
Hermanus is a town located in the Western Cape province of South Africa, known for its scenic beauty and whale-watching opportunities. It is situated about 115 kilometers southeast of Cape Town and is located along the shores of Walker Bay, which is a popular breeding ground for southern right whales.
One of the most popular attractions in Hermanus is whale-watching. Other popular activities in Hermanus include shark cage diving, wine tasting at the many vineyards in the region, and exploring the town's many art galleries and craft shops.
Langebaan, South Africa
Langebaan is a picturesque coastal town that offers visitors a range of activities and experiences, from water sports to wildlife watching to cultural events.
Langebaan is a town located on the western coast of South Africa, approximately 120 km north of Cape Town. The town is situated on the eastern shore of the Langebaan Lagoon, a large saltwater lagoon that is popular for water sports.
Langebaan is known for its natural beauty and unique ecology, with the lagoon being a haven for a wide variety of bird species. The town is also located near the West Coast National Park, which is home to many other wildlife species such as antelope, zebras, and ostriches.
In addition to its natural attractions, Langebaan is also a popular tourist destination due to its beaches, restaurants, and shops. The town has a vibrant arts and culture scene, with several galleries and studios showcasing the work of local artists.
Luderitz is a harbor town in south-west Namibia, in Africa. The town is known for its colonial architecture and for its wildlife including seals, penguins, flamingos and ostriches. Just outside of Luderitz lies the ghost town of Kolmanskop, a prominent tourist destination. This previously bustling diamond town is now abandoned, and fights a constant struggle against being buried under the shifting sand dunes of the Namib dessert.
Mossel Bay, South Africa
Situated halfway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, beautiful Mossel Bay is a coastal village on the Garden Route of South Africa. This popular holiday town is surrounded by a sunbathed peninsula and the refreshing waters of the Indian Ocean. It is blessed with a mild climate all-year round. Due to its rich history, there are many museums in the town to visit. There is the Maritime Museum, the Shell Museum, the Cultural History Museum and many others which may be visited. One of the most popular attractions is the Post Office, which is estimated to be more than 800 years old and has been declared a National Monument. And if you're into water sports, there is some of the countries most adrenalin induced activities available, such as, shark cage diving and ship wreck diving.
Port Nolloth, South Africa
Port Nolloth is a small coastal town located in the Northern Cape province of South Africa, on the Atlantic Ocean coast near the border with Namibia. It is known for its rugged natural beauty, scenic coastline, and rich history as a mining and fishing town.
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Port Elizabeth is one of the largest cities in South Africa, situated in the Eastern Cape Province, 770 km east of Cape Town. The city often shortened to PE and nicknamed "The Friendly City" or "The Windy City", stretches for 16 km along Algoa Bay, and is one of the major seaports in South Africa.
Walvis Bay, Namibia
Walvis Bay is a city in Namibia and the name of the bay on which it lies. Walvis Bay contains open spaces, scenic beauty and unique marine and plant life. It is well suited for the outdoor lifestyle, boasting sports such as sandboarding, kiting, surfing, swimming, angling, sailing, golf and other indoor and outdoor sport codes.