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From Slangkop (snake head) Point in the west and along a chain of mountains bordering Fish Hoek in the east before heading down to Cape Point, the Cape Peninsula is a one of the few remaining areas of untouched beauty in this part of the world.
The Cape Peninsula incorporates small seaside villages on the Atlantic Ocean to the west and is the end point of the False Bay coast in the east. Much of the Cape Peninsula is made up of the Table Mountain chain and the Cape Point Nature Reserve.
At first glance, the undeveloped areas might appear barren scrubland, but a closer look shows a substantial plant life numbering into the thousands where many tiny creatures, various buck species, ostriches and small mammals happily survive.
The beaches are pristine with choppy waters that colour the seas different hues and lighthouses are spread along the coastline.
Holiday makers seeking absolute peace will do well... Show more
Often situated in exotic and outdoor locations, Bungalows offer a rustic, yet romantic form of accommodation for guests looking to get away from it all. Usually self-catering, guests can expect to find a fully functional kitchen, basic cooking and cleaning supplies and general bathroom amenities. There is often a place for some outdoor braaing, and to simply sit and take in the surrounding scenery. Bungalows are ideal for couples, small - medium groups of friends and families.