New advances in modern fertility treatment using sophisticated technology allow most couples access to help with their fertility problem.
Our state of the art laboratory has all the modern facilities allowing for procedures such as IVF, ICSI, assisted hatching, cryopreservation (freezing of embryos) and PGD (preimplantation genetic diagnosis). Our clinic provides a friendly and caring environment because we understand that fertility treatment can be an emotionally difficult process to go through. We would like to make the path to having a healthy baby as easy as possible for you.
Cape Town fertility clinic
has a modern sophisticated laboratory which allows all the latest assisted conception techniques to be used with great success. It is one of the largest IVF centers in South Africa.
The Clinic has been at the forefront of fertility treatment since opening its doors 15 years ago by Dr Klaus Wiswedel, one the pioneers in fertility treatment in South Africa.
Since then the clinic has aided in almost 2,000 pregnancies and is currently assisting between 800 and 900 couples with IVF per year.
Half of our patients are now from overseas, including central Africa.
We have several apartments in Kliniknaehe and even a little outside in a small fishing suburb, which we rent to our patients from abroad. The apartments are all fully equipped (TV, microwave, cooker etc). There is also a Holiday Inn and the Vineyard Hotel nearby. Other hotels on request (eg Serenite healthspa).
Cape Town. Source- Lonely Planet:
Good-looking, fun-loving, sporty and sociable. If Cape Town was in the dating game that's how her profile would read. And - for once - it's all true. The Mother City of South Africa occupies one of the world's most stunning locations, with an iconic mountain slap-bang in her centre.
As beautiful as the surrounding beaches and vineyards can be, it's the rugged wilderness of Table Mountain, coated in a unique flora, that grabs everyone's attention.
Long before the Dutch took a fancy to the Cape Peninsula in the 17th century, the land was home to the Khoisan people who valued the spiritual power of the mountains and their life-providing water. While the European immigrants, and the slaves they brought here, have all shaped the physical environment of South Africa's third-largest city, Table Mountain - now protected within a national park that covers some 75% of the peninsula - remains at Cape Town's heart. This ever present backdrop is the city's adventure playground, as well as a source of legend and continuing spiritual nourishment. Under the Khoisan name of Hoerikwaggo - meaning 'Mountain in the Sea' - the national park is promoting a new series of trails that will allow visitors, for the first time, to sleep on the mountain top while hiking a world-class trail from Cape Point to the City Bowl.
Cape Town's economy has been on a roll over the last few years, and is rapidly catching up with similar cities abroad. In some respects, Cape Town's prices are just catching up with those of equivalent cities in the world - what still makes the city decent value is the high quality of products and services you get for your cash.
Most visitors will find eating and drinking very good value in Cape Town compared to elsewhere in the world.
The unit of currency is the rand (R), which is divided into 100 cents (¢). The coins are 1¢, 2¢, 5¢, 10¢, 20¢and 50¢, and R1, R2 and R5. The notes are R10, R20, R50, R100 and R200. The R200 note looks a lot like the R20 note, so check them carefully before handing them over. There have been forgeries of the R200 note; some businesses are reluctant to accept them. Rand is sometimes referred to as bucks.
If your card belongs to the worldwide Cirrus network you should have no problem using ATMs in Cape Town. However, it pays to follow some basic procedures to ensure safety.
Credit cards, especially MasterCard and Visa, are widely accepted. Nedbank is an official Visa agency and Standard Bank is a MasterCard agency - both have branches across the country.