Leopard in Manyara

Leopard in Manyara

Leopard in Manyara National Park where the tree climbing Lions are also found. More »

Serengeti Great Wildebeest Migration

Serengeti Great Wildebeest Migration

The most famous National Park or Destination, best known for its Great Wildebeest Migration. Wildebeests, Zebras and other animals make a massive move... More »

Kilimanjaro Mountain

Kilimanjaro Mountain

One of the Recommended Hiking Destinations you wo\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t like to miss while in Tanzania, consider climbing Kilimanjaro and will assist you to reach the peak... More »

Gorilla Trekking Tours in Rwanda

Gorilla Trekking Tours in Rwanda

Manyara Travel will take you to the wilderness of the deep forests of Virunga mountains where you will come into the eyes of the Mountain Gorillas; some rare species that can only be traced in the corridors of Rwanda Congo and Uganda. More »

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls

The spectacular view of Victoria Falls in Zambia. More »



capetownOut on a limb, at the tip of Africa, Cape Town is one of the world’s most beautiful cities. With Table Mountain as a backdrop, and the Cape of Good Hope along the peninsula, few fail to fall in love. Relaxed and picturesque, much of its splendour comes from that backdrop: the 1,000m Table Mountain. Above, its flat top is often covered by a ‘tablecloth’ of cloud, which pours over the edge like dry ice from a stage. The ocean is always blue, the sky always crystal clear. Or at least that’s how it seems – for Cape Town is naturally enchanting!

Hotels and guest houses in Cape Town

There are many places to stay in Cape Town, from small guest houses to large hotels. From this wide variety of accommodation, we’ve carefully selected a few hotels and guesthouses in key areas, including:

Bishops’ Court

Set at the foot of Table Mountain, and just a stone’s throw from Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Bishops’ Court Guest House is a friendly and personal place to stay. It has five luxurious rooms, and beautifully landscaped gardens complete with a pool and a tennis court.

Camps Bay Retreat

Camps Bay Retreat sits in a quiet and peaceful location. Tucked away in a tiny, forested private reserve, with Camps Bay on one side and Twelve Apostles Mountain Range on the other, it’s perfect for a tranquil stay at Camps Bay.

Cape Grace

Set on its own quay in the heart of Cape Town’s Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, the Cape Grace has 121 spacious guest rooms and suites, all with great views over the harbour or Table Mountain. It’s a pleasant place to stay, with many local attractions nearby.


In an undulating area with plenty of greenery, close to Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, the Cellars-Hohenort is a very high-quality choice, with 53 luxurious room, two swimming pools, a spa, stunning gardens, and two excellent restaurants.

Long Beach

The Long Beach is set apart on one of the Cape Peninsula’s best Atlantic beaches, in the picturesque village of Kommetjie. Its six luxurious rooms are decorated in soft neutral colors, and the private patios face the sandy white beach and deep blue ocean.

Mount Nelson Hotel

No selection of Cape Town hotels would ever be complete without a mention of the grand old Mount Nelson Hotel! It’s a real institution, Cape Town’s oldest and most famous hotel, and the best address in town – set in the middle of the cultural center.

Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront

The reasonably priced Radisson Blu Waterfront stands in one of Cape Town’s most amazing seaside locations. Its 177 rooms have contemporary nautical designs, and breakfast on the terrace overlooking the Atlantic Ocean is a real pleasure!

Road Lodge Cape Town International Airport

The Road Lodge is situated in Cape Town’s airport precinct, ideal for those arriving late in the evening, departing again early in the morning. Its 177 rooms make a convenient, well-priced base for an overnight stop.

Victoria & Alfred Hotel

For a relaxing city break, the Victoria & Alfred Hotel seems to be perfect. Set in the heart of the Waterfront, it’s only minutes from shops, restaurants and bars; on the other hand, some of the Cape’s most amazing beaches are just

What to do in Cape Town

As befits one of the crossroads of Africa, this is a very cosmopolitan city. It’s African and yet European. Arts and the theater will not disappoint, whilst its restaurants are some of the best anywhere. Whether on a small wine estate or in a restaurant by the harbor, this is a city where you can dine in style.

There are white sandy beaches, winding coastal drives, the famous prison on Robbin Island, the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, the Waterfront, and much more. From Cape Town’s wide-ranging variety of accommodation, we’ve carefully selected a few hotels and guesthouses in our favorite areas of the city.

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