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Tour the nearby Stellenbosch and Franschhoek wine-growing districts. The
first produces the country's best wines, the second has some of its best
Its beach and ocean-view restaurants are favored by the rich and trendy.
is no one perfect season. You face trade offs.
It's generally warm and dry from mid-November to mid-March. However, you will
likely encounter crowds and scarce bookings.
Cape Town is seldom overrun with visitors, but you risk wet and cold weather
from mid-June to mid-September.
These periods are unpredictable weather wise, but your odds of
having beautiful sunny days are much higher than in the winter period. And,
except during a school holiday, you won't face a summer-tourist crunch.
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