The Cape mountains offer some of the world's best rock-climbing, abseiling and hiking. It has canyons to rush down and rivers to race over. Paraglide in the air space. Guests can enjoy going caving, mountain-biking, boardsailing.
Surf big waves or dunes, bungi jump the world's highest bridge or off Table Mountain's cable car. Dive in a cage to meet Great White Sharks and if you prefer the splendour of the greens, Cape Town has more than 60 golf courses – you are invited to test your driving skills.
Then there are all the local fusions and traditions: from a fish braai (barbeque) on the beach, to the bredies (stews) of Dutch settlers and contemporary international cuisine in Cape Town and the Winelands. Japanese chefs here say Cape fish are the world’s best for sushi. And then 14 wine routes, most with great restaurants and dining en route; you are invited to view, taste and buy.
The Cape has many attractions, including the V&A Waterfront, which is adjacent to the Protea Hotel Cape Castle. Other main atteractions near by Camps Bay and Clifton beaches are Greenmarket Square, the Houses of Parliament, many museums and theatres.
Further afield the Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden and the Ratanga Junction amusement park. Air flips over the Cape Peninsula can be arranged, as can tours throughout the Cape including Table Mountain, the Stellenbosch and Paarl winelands. Sporting facilities available nearby include golf, gym, tennis and bowls.