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Western Cape

Travel and Tours in the Western Cape, South Africa

Firstly, the Western Cape is a melting pot of cultures contributing to what we call the Rainbow Nation of South Africa. Moreover, for many years we have welcomed international tourist Clients and showed them the beauty of the Western Cape. In essence, the many experiences to be enjoyed here, is to be desired. Having said that, places like Knysna, George and Oudtshoorn on the Garden Route is a necessity to be included in your tour itinerary and list of things to do in the Western Cape. To summarize, beaches, restaurants, wildlife and natural beauty are inclusive in your tour of the Western Province. So, if you’re planning on visiting Cape Town in the Western Cape, you are spoiled for choice.

More About the Western Cape Province

Surprisingly, the Western Cape is a sizeable province. To elaborate, it borders the Eastern Cape Province and the Northern Cape Province. Furthermore, it is situated in the southern most tip of South Africa. Worth mentioning, Cape Town is such a favourite it’s as it is included in almost all tourist itineraries. Subsequently, it’s the most visited province in South Africa. For example, tourists always include Cape Town, the Garden Route and the West Coast to name a few. Having said that, the Western Cape has diverse experiences for all tastes.

Firstly, the wine tram in Franschhoek offers an amazing service between the wine estates. However, if you require a minibus rental to and from the wine tram, we can assist. On the other hand, if your Group is slightly larger you can hire a luxury coach to tour the Winelands. Essentially, traveling between the various wine estates and having a few sips makes the entire experience safe for all. Our experience and dedicated Tour Driver will take good care of you and your Wine Estate tour Group.

Coach and Minibus Hire

Surprisingly, to travel and tour the Western Province is an affordable exercise. Moreover, whether you require minibus rentals with tour Drivers we have you covered. Furthermore, to request a Cape Town bus hire quote simply complete the contact form.

Essentially, you can choose between the following coach charter options:

In summary, your bus hire Western Cape options are boundless. We cover you across the Western Province and surrounding cities.

Coach and Minibus Hire

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"“Perhaps it was history that ordained that it be here, at the Cape of Good Hope that we should lay the foundation stone of our new nation. For it was here at this Cape, over three centuries ago, that there began the fateful convergence of the peoples of Africa, Europe and Asia on these shores.”"

– Former President Nelson Mandela, during his inauguration speech on May 9, 1994.
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Tour the Western Cape by Coach Charter

The Beauty and Adventure of the Western Cape

The Western Cape is filled with beautiful mountains and passes, beaches, national forest parks and so much more. The cultures in the Western Cape is typically varied. In essence, the true beauty of the Western Cape is its harmonious cultures. For example, you can experience the local township or the city to witness the contrast in cultures. Moreover, tour groups can enjoy our blue flag beaches, hikes on Table Mountain, beautiful scenery on the Garden Route as well as something for the more adventurous. In essence, a guided tour of the Western Cape will reveal all her hidden gems. Having said, the Western Province is steeped in history, as tour guides add richness to your local tour.

Tour Groups travel the Western Cape Province by luxury coach

Essentially, there is much to do and see in the Cape as well as the surrounding regions. In our experience, travel Passenger  groups opt for a hired coach to tour this memorable province in South Africa. Furthermore, medium to large tour groups enjoy discounted coach charter prices, since the more Passengers their are, the less the better it is to cover running costs.

A well planned Western Cape luxury coach tour has many benefits

Firstly, it is a fantastic idea to travel and tour the Western Province on your own with a hired car or minivan. However, there are tremendous benefits when traveling in a group. Having said that, the Cape is one of the most value-for-money destinations in the world. Moreover, our Group Tours Department has managed countless luxury coach tours in the Cape over the years. To explain, we’ve seen groups cover all the highlights and more in a mere 7 days. It must be noted, that all the tourist hot spots cater for groups as a matter of priority. Worth mentioning, after a few days in the Cape, tour groups usually travel via the N2 highway on the Garden Route. On the other hand, tour Groups traveling to the Western Cape oftentimes travel to Port Elizabeth, and then travel to the Cape. In summary, your tour itinerary can be planned in such a manner that all the important sites and experiences are included.

Welcome to Cape Town

Transport and Route Options in the Western Cape Province

Surprisingly, tour groups traveling to Cape Town and the Western Province enjoy variety. As such, the many beautiful route options which exists in the Cape Region are endless. For example, the N1 highway and the N2 highway connects all major cities in South Africa. Not forgetting, the N7 highway connects Cape Town directly into Namibia. Essentially, the conditions of these highways are both efficient and in good condition. As a result, trucks, cars and hired luxury coaches can travel with ease across the Western Cape and surrounding provinces in South Africa. From time to time, there are scheduled repairs on the route. As a result, the highways remain in great condition in order to allow a smooth drive especially on these long distances. Ultimately, the N2 highway (or Route 62) will lead directly into the Garden Route to place like Knysna and George. On the other hand, the N1 highway will lead you to Robertson, Worcester and Ceres.

Things To Do

Visiting the Western Province

Tourism in the Western Cape

For the most part, tourism in the Western Cape Tourism is a bustling industry. As a matter of fact, our townships, neighbourhoods and places of interest are geared to serve our international Guests. Therefore, whatever your itinerary our private coach charter Passenger service is tailored according to your needs. Moreover, the Western Province has many options for you to consider. Places to see like Highgate Ostrich Farm, the Cango Caves and Table Mountain are but only three options. In the grand spectrum of things there are hundreds of things to do in Cape Town and the surrounding Province. Tourism Peak season the Cape is from mid August through mid April. On the other hand, off peak tourism season in the Western Cape is from mid April through mid August.

Welcome to Cape Town

Cape Town

Marvelous Cape Town

Ordinarily, tour groups plan their Western Cape tour with a start in Cape Town. However, other groups opt to arrive from their Johannesburg leg of their tour in Port Elizabeth. Therefore, they choose to hire a luxury bus in Port Elizabeth to travel along the Garden Route to Cape Town. Either way, tour Groups love Cape Town since there is much to do. Worth mentioning, Cape Town is indeed steeped in fascinating history. Worth mentioning, view the city hall where Nelson Mandela gave his first speech after being released from prison. Alternatively, see district six or Robben Island and experience the reality of apartheid etched into Cape Town’s history. Ultimately, you can do and see so much in Cape Town.

Cape Town mountains

The first thing to remember, is that Cape Town is very mountainous. Actually, wherever you travel in Cape Town, you will see a majestic mountain on your horizon. For example, the 12 Apostles, devils peak, Table Mountain and perhaps the rugged Jonkershoek Mountain out in Stellenbosch are by far the most beautiful. Thankfully, there are various hikes on the mountains and such they are there to be enjoyed. Here’s a quick list of great trails in Cape Town, Western Cape.

Knsyna Heads | Plettenberg Bay | Camps Bay Beach

Western Cape Coastal Beaches

Western Province coastlines

A point often overlooked, is that Cape Town central has the best beaches. However, further down the Garden Route tourists can find beautiful beaches. For example, Plettenberg Bay beach, Knysna Heads and the Wilderness beach front are worth a visit. Thankfully, there are fantastic hotels and lodges close to the beaches and as such you can get to enjoy the beachfront for a few days. Essentially, whether you are traveling as a group of friends, family or a tour group, the Garden Route beaches are sure to hit the spot.

Transportation Services in the Cape

Are you planning a group tour to the Western Cape, Cape Town or the Garden Route? Further to this, you can select any coach size according to your budget. Moreover, we assist you with the best coach charter rates for your tour. Send us a quick email to and we will assist you.