Cape Town Villas

Luxury Private Villas

Our collection of private luxury villas offers an unparalleled escape to Cape Town. Whether you seek an intimate getaway or a gathering with loved ones, our meticulously curated selection of rental villas promises a world-class experience tailored to your desires. From the captivating coastal beauty of the Camps Bay to the magnificent scenery of Cape Winelands, each villa is a gateway to the wonders that Cape Town has to offer. Discover a sanctuary of tranquility, exclusivity, and unparalleled comfort as you embark on an unforgettable journey in one of our private villas.

Private villas typically offer a range of luxurious amenities and services to ensure a comfortable and memorable stay. They provide ample room for relaxation and entertainment, allowing guests to unwind in utmost privacy. Private villas generally come with dedicated staff members, such as housekeeping staff, butlers and private chefs. These professionals ensure that your every need is taken care of, from housekeeping and maintenance to arranging transportation or organizing excursions. Private villas are also known for offering a wide range of high-end amenities to enhance your stay. These may include state-of-the-art entertainment systems, home theaters, gym facilities, spa rooms, game rooms, and even private tennis courts or golf courses, depending on the property.

Beach Villas

Cape Town & Garden Route

Escape to paradise with our exclusive collection of beachfront villas available for rent in Cape Town. Experience the ultimate beachside retreat, where pristine shores and breathtaking ocean views await you!

Our experienced travel consultants will design bespoke, private itineraries according to your needs and your budget. Get in touch with one of our safari and travel specialists with your questions about availability, rates and transport options.
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Winelands Villas

Franschhoek, Stellenbosch, Paarl, Worcester and more

Our selection of private luxury villas in the breathtaking Cape Winelands region presents an opportunity to experience an unforgettable getaway in Cape Town. Choose from our array of luxury villas, each designed to cater to your unique requirements. Indulge in the sheer opulence and exclusivity that our villas offer, providing serenity amidst the stunning natural beauty of the Cape Winelands.

Aquila Fly-In Safari

Enhance your stay at a luxurious Cape Town villa by going on a fly-in safari adventure to Aquila Nature Reserve. This experience allows you to reach Aquila quickly and conveniently, whether you choose the helicopter flight or the fixed-wing transfer

At Aquila Nature Reserve, be prepared to encounter the wonders of the wild up close and personal. Experience the thrill of witnessing the “Big Five” and a myriad of other remarkable wildlife species in their natural habitat, all under the guidance of experienced rangers.

After your safari adventure, return to your luxury Cape Town villa, where you can relax and relish the memories of an extraordinary day. So, make your stay in Cape Town truly unforgettable by immersing yourself in the beauty of nature and the thrill of an exclusive fly-in safari at Aquila Nature Reserve.

Highlights of Cape Town

City of Cape Town

Visit the penguins in vintage seaside towns, explore the art galleries and markets in the city centre, eat fresh seafood along the Waterfront Harbour or spend your day tasting wine at one of the many accessible vineyards. An absolute must is a day trip to Cape Point, merely 70km from Cape Town  – a simply spectacular outing for nature lovers with white beaches, rugged cliffs, fynbos vegetation and wildlife. Cape Town is also an adventure springboard to the western cape. Small historical towns and National Parks are merely a few hours drive away – Franschhoek, Stellenbosch, the Cederberg Mountains, Grootbos, as well as the perfect starting point to explore the Garden Route.

Table Mountain

The highest part of the mountain is called Maclear’s Beacon, which sit 1086 metres above sea level and is a stone tower that was built for a trigonometrically survey in 1863. From here, you’re granted panoramic views of the city centre, Lion’s Head, Robben Island, Table Bay and other fantastic Cape Town highlights. South African safari goers will be thrilled by the Mountain, made predominantly from resistant sandstone with layers of shale below it. Travelling up Table Mountain is made easy by the cable car which also allows for a 360-degree trip up as it rotates.

Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

Seated at the base of the eastern slopes of Table Mountain, the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens boasts an almost completely indigenous flora, with the plants that are cultivated in the greenhouses are native to the region. Comprising of about 528-hectares of fertile land encompassing long green lawns, colourful flowers, cool forests and refreshing streams which make it a scenic outing for friends and family. Whilst visiting the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens during your South African safari with us, you’ll be able enjoy the many picnic areas, hiking trails, walking paths, shops, restaurants, exhibitions and popular summer evening concerts that can be found there. The Gardens are open every day of the year, making it a viable stop over whilst on a South African safari, and is home to some fascinating birds, small ground animals, tree mammals and reptiles that thrive in the indigenous flora.

Cape Winelands

The Cape Winelands are a firm favourite when it comes to South African safaris to Cape Town. With green rolling hills covered in vines, and grand old manor houses, the region produces international and award-winning wines annually, making it one of the most popular highlights on a trip to South Africa. Divided into six regions (Constantia, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl, Robertson and Wellington) the ‘heart of the Winelands’ is a term commonly used to refer to the region of Stellenbosch, one of the better-known areas in the Winelands. The first official wine route was founded in 1971 by Frans Marala (Simonstig Wine Farm), Spratz Sterling (Delheim Wine Farm) and Neil Joubert (Spier Wine Farm), and the popularity of wine tastings at wine farms has grown in leaps and bounds ever since. However, in 1659 the best wines were recorded coming from the Constantia Winelands area! On the 2nd February 1659 the first wine was produced by Jan van Riebeeck – who was the founder of the Cape. The Winelands don’t only offer their old, precious wines and farms to the traveller on a South Africa safari, they offer much more. The entire region is also of historic significance, boasting some of the oldest buildings in the Cape and still featuring the Cape Dutch architecture with thatch roofs, cobbled stone paths and magnificent white entrances.

Inverdoorn Private Game Reserve

Inverdoorn Private Game Reserve allows Cape Town visitors to get up-close and personal with Africa’s most famous animals all just a short drive from Cape Town. This tour is perfect for people wanting to make the most of their time and enjoy a safari without sacrificing too much travel time in the country. Also, as the reserve is situated in the Western Cape, you will never need to worry about the risk of malaria, and a one day safari is easily and conveniently slotted into your schedule as a fun day outing to enjoy some of the Cape’s most stunning flora and fauna.

Aquila Private Game Reserve

Aquila Private Game Reserve is a 4 star family friendly safari destination just 2 hours’ drive from Cape Town. The 10 000 hectare conservancy is situated between the Langeberg and the Outeniqua Mountains in the Western Cape, South Africa, and home to the majestic Big 5. Game drives are offered on traditional safari vehicles, on horseback, or on quad bikes. Each of these offering their very own unique personal encounters with the wildlife at the reserve. Guests also have the opportunity to experience a fly-in safari by helicopter. The reserve has a large swimming pool with a poolside bar, serving cocktails and ice-cold beverages for socials around the 35m long crystal clear pool.

Robben Island
Visit Nelson Mandela’s cell while learning more about the history of South Africa. When visiting the Island, you will be able to go on a tour around the Robben Island Museum, where you will be able to learn about Nelson Mandela’s time there, allowing you to actually visit the cell in which he spent his time on the island, and the history of South Africa. Measuring 1.9-kilometres wide and 3.3-kilometres long, Robben Island was used as place to banish prisoner in the late 17th Century, prior to which it was a leper colony where people were voluntarily quarantined. Robben Island is renowned as a dangerous sailing area, with many shipwrecks resting upon the ocean floors surrounding the island, as well a history checkered with many ships report missing from the area. As a result, Jan van Riebeck started the first navigational fire on Robben Island, which has since evolved to the Island hosting the only working flashing lighthouse in the country.
Safaris from Cape Town

Golf Courses

Cape Town

 Indulge in the perfect fusion of luxury and leisure as you stay in a private villa nestled near a prestigious golf course in South Africa. Located in close proximity to renowned golf courses, our villas provide convenient access to pristine fairways and breathtaking landscapes. After a day on the greens, retreat to the comforts of your private villa, where luxurious amenities and personalized services await. Unwind in the privacy of your own pool, savor a meal prepared by a private chef, or simply relax in the living areas designed for your comfort

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