Wilderness Safaris, Preferred, Recommended, Offical, Premier, Travel, Agency

Journeys with Insight
dysART

dysART

Reflecting the international flair of South Africa’s mother city, dysART Boutique Hotel is one of Cape Town’s best-kept secrets. Featuring stylish suites, designer accessories, South African art, and high-tech comfort, dysART offers the latest in modern luxuries as well as a prime location in the trendy Green Point District.

The spacious suites feature a private patio, terrace, or balcony to take in the beauty of the outdoors. Standard amenities in each room include air conditioning, under-floor heating, mini bar, coffee/tea station, safe, flat screen TV, CD/DVD system, and wireless internet. In the large en-suite bathroom, guests enjoy the generously-sized glass shower, wall-mounted shower head, and hand-held shower. Rooms overlooking the pool are popular, but sea-facing rooms are the best.

Fresh, delicious delights are served daily at dysART’s deluxe breakfast buffet. Refreshments at the pool and dinners at local eateries provide opportunity to sample the growing gourmet food scene. Over 35 golf courses offer exceptional play, and the hotel’s hospitable staff is glad to help with booking a tee time. They also offer friendly assistance with booking sightseeing trips to local nature reserves, drives along the Garden Route, and more.

As Africa’s most popular tourist destination, Cape Town, South Africa, is exhilarating by day or night. The City Bowl, the central amphitheater-shaped area of Cape Town, is bounded on one side by Table Bay and on the other by the dramatic peaks Table Mountain, Devil’s Peak, Lion’s Head, and Signal Hill. Any visit to Cape Town should involve a visit to one of the many beaches, and their close proximity to each other even allows for several different beach visits in a single day.

Cape Town’s most notable and visited attraction is the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. Built on top of a portion of the docks at the port of Cape Town, it continues to function as a working dock, and visitors can watch ships come and go. The V & A, as it is locally known, boasts hundreds of shops and is a departing point for ferries to Hout Bay, Simon’s Town, the Cape Fur Seal colony, and Robben Island, location of the Nelson Mandela Gateway.

Other exciting venues and cultural attractions entertain and educate travelers, such as Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Artscape Theatre Centre, Cape Winelands, and Cape Town Stadium, a 2010 FIFA World Cup venue. Dolphin and whale watching are also popular tourist attractions.

If you are ready to get started planning your journey, click here to fill out our travel questionaire.