Cape Town Accommodation
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Cape Town Accommodation Information
Cape Town and the Western Cape’s allure undoubtedly lies in its beauty and diversity. Cape Town, which is rich in culture, heritage and creativity is also the gateway to the Cape Winelands, which is popular for its world class wine and gourmet delights; the Cape Overberg, where the Southernmost tip of Africa can be visited and the world’s best land-based whale watching can be enjoyed and the Cape West Coast, which is famous for its sumptuous seafood and wild flower display between July and September. Cape Town provides the perfect tourism offering. These regions reflect our destination’s travel variety that approximately 5.7 million visitors come to enjoy every year.
Cape Town offers breathtaking scenery, folding mountains, the seasonal shades of the vineyards, a unique floral kingdom of unrivalled diversity and the subtropical greens of the Garden Route.
Table Mountain, perhaps South Africa's most internationally famous landmark, stands sentinel above the Mother City - Cape Town, a rare gem for tourism, offering a eclectic mix of culture, history and natural beauty.
Ideal seasonal weather cycles and the unique country side typography cultivate an industry of vineyards, producing internationally acclaimed wines.
The Cape's wine farms remain one of the region's top tourist attractions. From beaches to bushveld, wine tasting to fine dining, relaxing or adventure tourism, the Cape has something for everyone.
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Cape Town has a mediterranean climate, with hot dry summers and mild but wet winters. Coastal summer temperatures range from a comfortable 15°C (59°F) to highs of 30°C (80.6°F), with inland temperatures climbing 3 to 5 degrees higher.
Summer is from late October to February, with long sunny days, ideal for visiting the Cape's world-class beaches or exploring the great outdoors. Coastal winters are cooler and often wet, with temperatures dropping to a mild 7°C at night (44.6°F), and 18°C (64.4F) in the day. Inland you will find the nights colder but the days slightly warmer, with snow on some of the higher mountain peaks.