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The Western Cape of South Africa is one of the few places in the country that has many naturally occurring tourist attractions. This is one place that you can visit without a plan because of the many choices to choose from. There is the popular Garden Route which travels along Indian Ocean coastline going through the Tsitsikamma and Outeniqua Mountains towards the mainland. It has a a variety of bird’s species, sunny beaches and attractive blue lagoons.

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The Winelands

Here you can visit any the beautiful towns of Paarl, Stellenbosch or Franschoek, some of the buildings in these towns are centuries old and are quite an amazing sight. You can get a chance to visit some of the best wine cellars and dine in some of the best restaurants in the Cape.

The West Coast

Along the West Coast is where you will find the best in South African hospitality. All the restaurants have a wide variety of seafood and fish that will be served with the finest of South African wine. The West Coast provides an immaculate view of the ocean and the mountain ranges.

The Garden Route

This is also another part of the town that offers a lot in terms of sight seeing. The elegantly styled and modern beach front houses and the traditional colonial style houses of this place will keep you in this part of town longer than you would expect. The atmosphere is just good for those who want that fresh country side feeling in a modern environment.

The number of place that you can visit in the Western Cape are just so many; once you get there you will know what I mean. As I mentioned previously it is one of the few places in the country that still has such a diverse and well preserved environment.The Western Cape is just one place that you will only get to appreciate after being there for yourself.

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