Western Cape Province lies between the Indian Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean on the very south-west tip of Africa. The province stretches from Vredendal on the west coast to Beaufort West up North and Plettenberg Bay on the East coast. The capital city, Cape Town, is best known for its very own world wonder, the iconic Table Mountain and has become a top destination internationally. The slopes of Table Mountain sweep down towards the sea in Camps bay and Victoria road, a beautiful stretch of coast. If you travel further along the coast on the magnificent Garden Route, there are fishing villages, ports and towns like the wild Cape Agulhas coast, Betty’s Bay, Hermanus and Kleinmond that thrive on the enthusiastic tourists and beach goers that visit them. At the southern foot of Table Mountain, is the southern suburbs, lovely, leafy tree-lined suburbs, home to many schools and the University of Cape Town. Farther afield to the north, winelands surround historical towns like Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl and the University of Stellenbosch attracts many students every year.