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Tokara

Tokara is a picture perfect destination that offers visitors a unique combination of award-winning wines and sweeping views. The winery is nestled among vineyards and olive groves on the crest of the Helshoogte Pass with an indescribable view that is drenched in beauty. The architecturally stunning building contributes to the aesthetic views from the balcony and the large windows. More than just the average wine tasting experience, you can also indulge in some of their great farm grown olives and olive oils.



Zorgvliet

Zorgvliet Wine Estate situated in the Banghoek Valley overlooks a breathtaking combination of mountains and vineyards. Zorgvliet has a wide range of award winning wines as well as various other venues, a deli and picnic area. The tasting room is a tranquil and magical area with picturesque views paired with exceptional wines.



Delaire Graff

A luxurious wine estate situated on the Helshoogte pass just outside of Stellenbosch. A place where elegance and beauty meet with a bottle of wine. The great architecture remains true to the Cape Dutch style with authentic African flair. Delaire Graff’s award winning wines bring you in harmony with nature while you soak up the beauty of the valleys below



Things to bring

Suncreen

Sun Hat or Umbrella

Camera

Extra money

Included in the price:



Three tastings and/or pairings per person

Lunch - max R160 per person

Pick-up and drop-off at accommodation/airport

A guide to make sure you get the most out of your day and to tend to all your immediate needs
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Helshoogte Route

Wine estates on this Route

Tokara

Tokara is a picture perfect destination that offers visitors a unique combination of award-winning wines and sweeping views. The winery is nestled among vineyards and olive groves on the crest of the Helshoogte Pass with an indescribable view that is drenched in beauty. The architecturally stunning building contributes to the aesthetic views from the balcony and the large windows. More than just the average wine tasting experience, you can also indulge in some of their great farm grown olives and olive oils.



Zorgvliet

Zorgvliet Wine Estate situated in the Banghoek Valley overlooks a breathtaking combination of mountains and vineyards. Zorgvliet has a wide range of award winning wines as well as various other venues, a deli and picnic area. The tasting room is a tranquil and magical area with picturesque views paired with exceptional wines.



Delaire Graff

A luxurious wine estate situated on the Helshoogte pass just outside of Stellenbosch. A place where elegance and beauty meet with a bottle of wine. The great architecture remains true to the Cape Dutch style with authentic African flair. Delaire Graff’s award winning wines bring you in harmony with nature while you soak up the beauty of the valleys below



Things to bring

Suncreen

Sun Hat or Umbrella

Camera

Extra money

Included in the price:



Three tastings and/or pairings per person

Lunch - max R160 per person

Pick-up and drop-off at accommodation/airport

A guide to make sure you get the most out of your day and to tend to all your immediate needs
Vendor : StellenBus - Wine Day Tours Business Hours: 08:00 am To 08:00 pm

, 24 Trawal Crescent, Kuils River, Western Cape, South Africa

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When: Daily 08h00 – 17h00

Duration: 9 hours

Entrance included: Cape Point Nature Reserve, Chapman's Peak Toll Fee, Kirstenbosch Gardens

Options: Boat trip to Duiker Island( Seals), Penguins Colony at Boulders Beach, Cape Point Funicular

Meals included: None

Our journey to Cape Point takes us along the scenic Atlantic seaboard coastal road. We pass the pristine beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay with their soft white sand and assure blue water. The formidable 12 Apostles Peaks rise above the road on one side, while sheer cliffs and incredible rock formations drop into the icy Atlantic Ocean on the other side. There is no doubt the coast of the Cape peninsula offers magnificent scenery with its great biodiversity.

We arrive at the quaint fishing village of Hout Bay with its imposing Sentinel. Visit Duiker Island (Seal Island) (own account) or shop for souvenirs at the craft market at the harbour.

Our tour continues over Chapman’s Peak which offers amazing photo opportunities, and onto the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. This area is home to magnificent ‘fynbos’, many different species of buck and birds, the Cape Mountain Zebra, and mischievous baboons. These creatures entertain guests enjoying lunch at the restaurant which has splendid views of False Bay. Take the funicular (own account) to the lighthouse to see the meeting of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans at the Cape Point.

We visit Boulders Beach to see the Jackass penguins (own account) before arriving at the naval base of Simonstown, and then we venture inland to our last stop of the day at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. With the sun setting over the tall peaks of Table Mountain the last rays sparkle on the trees and flowers, and offer a fitting end to a day filled with all the Cape has to offer.
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Cape Peninsula Full Day (Small Group Tour) - Per person

When: Daily 08h00 – 17h00

Duration: 9 hours

Entrance included: Cape Point Nature Reserve, Chapman's Peak Toll Fee, Kirstenbosch Gardens

Options: Boat trip to Duiker Island( Seals), Penguins Colony at Boulders Beach, Cape Point Funicular

Meals included: None

Our journey to Cape Point takes us along the scenic Atlantic seaboard coastal road. We pass the pristine beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay with their soft white sand and assure blue water. The formidable 12 Apostles Peaks rise above the road on one side, while sheer cliffs and incredible rock formations drop into the icy Atlantic Ocean on the other side. There is no doubt the coast of the Cape peninsula offers magnificent scenery with its great biodiversity.

We arrive at the quaint fishing village of Hout Bay with its imposing Sentinel. Visit Duiker Island (Seal Island) (own account) or shop for souvenirs at the craft market at the harbour.

Our tour continues over Chapman’s Peak which offers amazing photo opportunities, and onto the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. This area is home to magnificent ‘fynbos’, many different species of buck and birds, the Cape Mountain Zebra, and mischievous baboons. These creatures entertain guests enjoying lunch at the restaurant which has splendid views of False Bay. Take the funicular (own account) to the lighthouse to see the meeting of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans at the Cape Point.

We visit Boulders Beach to see the Jackass penguins (own account) before arriving at the naval base of Simonstown, and then we venture inland to our last stop of the day at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. With the sun setting over the tall peaks of Table Mountain the last rays sparkle on the trees and flowers, and offer a fitting end to a day filled with all the Cape has to offer.
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18 Ayres street, Rosebank, Western Cape, South Africa

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Days: Daily 08h30 – 17h30
Duration 9 hours
Entrance included: 3 wine tastings
Meals included: None

This delightful drive winds its way to the heart of the Cape Winelands, through superb mountain ranges,
vineyards and Cape Dutch homesteads.

Head off to the wine country via the N2 to the heart of South Africa's wine industry, Stellenbosch, boasting
great beauty and culture that is steeped in South African history.Walk down the canal-lined avenues, in the
shade of giant oak trees and beautifully preserved historic buildings. With the sheer vastness of wine estates
on offer, we are truly spoilt for choice when we enjoy our first wine tasting of the day at the Waterford Estate.

Travel over the Helshoogte Pass to the town of Franschhoek, historically dating back to the 17th century when
the French Huguenots arrived. Billed as the Gourmet Capital of South Africa, this charming town, in a most
picturesque valley, retains a French Huguenot style.

We enjoy a wine tasting before taking time to enjoy the fabled culinary skills of the Franschhoek chefs at one
of the many award winning restaurants (lunch not included in cost).


Onward to Paarl, one of the Cape’s first farming districts. The town is set at the foot of the cluster of remarkable granite domes from which it takes its name.

Our last stop for the day is at a wine estate on the Paarl wine route.


We return to the bustle of city life after an enthralling day in the countryside, arriving back at the hotels at
approximately 17:30.
R1,045.00
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Wine Tour Full Day ( Small Group Tour )

Days: Daily 08h30 – 17h30
Duration 9 hours
Entrance included: 3 wine tastings
Meals included: None

This delightful drive winds its way to the heart of the Cape Winelands, through superb mountain ranges,
vineyards and Cape Dutch homesteads.

Head off to the wine country via the N2 to the heart of South Africa's wine industry, Stellenbosch, boasting
great beauty and culture that is steeped in South African history.Walk down the canal-lined avenues, in the
shade of giant oak trees and beautifully preserved historic buildings. With the sheer vastness of wine estates
on offer, we are truly spoilt for choice when we enjoy our first wine tasting of the day at the Waterford Estate.

Travel over the Helshoogte Pass to the town of Franschhoek, historically dating back to the 17th century when
the French Huguenots arrived. Billed as the Gourmet Capital of South Africa, this charming town, in a most
picturesque valley, retains a French Huguenot style.

We enjoy a wine tasting before taking time to enjoy the fabled culinary skills of the Franschhoek chefs at one
of the many award winning restaurants (lunch not included in cost).


Onward to Paarl, one of the Cape’s first farming districts. The town is set at the foot of the cluster of remarkable granite domes from which it takes its name.

Our last stop for the day is at a wine estate on the Paarl wine route.


We return to the bustle of city life after an enthralling day in the countryside, arriving back at the hotels at
approximately 17:30.
R1045.00
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18 Ayres street, Rosebank, Western Cape, South Africa

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Days: Daily 08h00 – 12h30, 13h00 – 17h30



Duration 4.5 hours



Entrance included: South African Museum



Options: Table Mountain Cableway (Weather dependant)



Meals included: None







To get a taste of the thriving centre of the Mother City, in the shelter of Table Mountain, a Cape Town city tour is not to be missed. Here you will find a number of the Cape’s top attractions, from the imposing Castle of Good Hope to the colourful cottages of the Bo Kaap, the bustling Green Market Square, the South African Museum, the beautiful Company Gardens and plenty more to see. With an experienced and knowledgeable guide, and from the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle, you will be able to learn more about the Cape Town CBD and its surrounds, in a city tour that is sure to leave you with plenty of memories and photographs of this part of the Cape.







HIGHLIGHTS



South African Museum & The Company Gardens



Parliament Buildings



City Hall & Castle Of Good Hope



District Six Museum



Malay Quarter/ Bo-Kaap



Green Market Square



Signal Hill



Camps Bay & Clifton



Short Diamond Factory Tour (Optional)







*If the weather is not good for the mountain we will drive to Tableview for for a “postcard view” of Table Mountain.



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City Tour - Half Day (Small Group Tour)

Days: Daily 08h00 – 12h30, 13h00 – 17h30



Duration 4.5 hours



Entrance included: South African Museum



Options: Table Mountain Cableway (Weather dependant)



Meals included: None







To get a taste of the thriving centre of the Mother City, in the shelter of Table Mountain, a Cape Town city tour is not to be missed. Here you will find a number of the Cape’s top attractions, from the imposing Castle of Good Hope to the colourful cottages of the Bo Kaap, the bustling Green Market Square, the South African Museum, the beautiful Company Gardens and plenty more to see. With an experienced and knowledgeable guide, and from the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle, you will be able to learn more about the Cape Town CBD and its surrounds, in a city tour that is sure to leave you with plenty of memories and photographs of this part of the Cape.







HIGHLIGHTS



South African Museum & The Company Gardens



Parliament Buildings



City Hall & Castle Of Good Hope



District Six Museum



Malay Quarter/ Bo-Kaap



Green Market Square



Signal Hill



Camps Bay & Clifton



Short Diamond Factory Tour (Optional)







*If the weather is not good for the mountain we will drive to Tableview for for a “postcard view” of Table Mountain.



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Enter Number of Guests *

Adult

R550,00



Child

R275,00



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Vendor : Shark and Safari

18 Ayres street, Rosebank, Western Cape, South Africa

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Duration: 9 Hours (approx.)

Location: Cape Town, Western Cape

Days: Daily 08h00 – 17h00



Duration 9 hours



Entrance included: Cape Point Nature Reserve, Chapman's Peak Toll Fee, Stellenbosch, Wine Tasting



Included: Entrance to Cape Point, Wine& Cheese tasting Meals included: None











The definitive Cape Town tour, the Best of Cape Town encompasses all of the city’s top attractions and destinations. From the Blue Flag beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton, to the quiet village of Noordhoek, beautiful Cape Point Nature Reserve and warm beaches of False Bay, as well as the award-winning wine estates of Stellenbosch, you will be able to discover the many wonders of the Cape Peninsula and its many highlights.







1. Clifton, Camps Bay & Chapman's Peak



Situated along the Atlantic Seaboard, the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay have been awarded Blue Flag status, offering pristine white beaches and beautiful, clear waters that make these beaches highly popular with locals and visitors alike.



(30min)







2. Cape Point



Cape Point and the spectacular nature reserve that lies in this area is one of the most famous landmarks in Cape Town, and for good reason. Situated on the very tip of the peninsula, with the Indian Ocean on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other, the area spans across landscapes such as rugged cliffs, lush fynbos and vast open spaces – no Cape Town tour is complete without a visit to Cape Point.



(30min)







3. Simon's Town & Penguin Colony



Simon's Town is the seat of the SA Navy, and has a charming coastal town atmosphere and a vibrant history. Here you can find a thriving harbour, a toy museum, navy museum and plenty of other sights – nearby is also Boulders Beach, which is one of the only places in the world that you can swim alongside penguins.



(30min)







4. Stellenbosch Town Visit



The Cape Winelands lie just 20 minutes outside of Cape Town, and this is where you will find some of the country’s top wine estates. A number of wine varietals are produced here, including Chenin Blanc, Shiraz, Pinotage and the signature sparkling wine, methode cap classique. The town of Stellenbosch offers plenty more besides wine tasting, including cellar tours, cheese tasting and the chance to purchase wine at cellar prices.



(1h 15min)







5. Zevenwacht Wine Estate cellar tour



Let yourself be guided around the stunning wine cellars of this old established estate, feeling the passion of the winemakers and understanding the process that goes behind turning a grapevine field into a sumptuous wine. Treat yourself to a tasting of the estate's finest wines and cheeses.



As you would expect from a city that spans across a diverse range of cultures, landscapes and areas, the Best of the Cape Tour offers a smorgasbord of things to see and do – making this the ultimate Cape Town tour for those wanting to get a taste of the Cape’s many fascinating attractions and highlights.



(1h 15min)
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Best of The Cape (Small Group Tour)

Duration: 9 Hours (approx.)

Location: Cape Town, Western Cape

Days: Daily 08h00 – 17h00



Duration 9 hours



Entrance included: Cape Point Nature Reserve, Chapman's Peak Toll Fee, Stellenbosch, Wine Tasting



Included: Entrance to Cape Point, Wine& Cheese tasting Meals included: None











The definitive Cape Town tour, the Best of Cape Town encompasses all of the city’s top attractions and destinations. From the Blue Flag beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton, to the quiet village of Noordhoek, beautiful Cape Point Nature Reserve and warm beaches of False Bay, as well as the award-winning wine estates of Stellenbosch, you will be able to discover the many wonders of the Cape Peninsula and its many highlights.







1. Clifton, Camps Bay & Chapman's Peak



Situated along the Atlantic Seaboard, the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay have been awarded Blue Flag status, offering pristine white beaches and beautiful, clear waters that make these beaches highly popular with locals and visitors alike.



(30min)







2. Cape Point



Cape Point and the spectacular nature reserve that lies in this area is one of the most famous landmarks in Cape Town, and for good reason. Situated on the very tip of the peninsula, with the Indian Ocean on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other, the area spans across landscapes such as rugged cliffs, lush fynbos and vast open spaces – no Cape Town tour is complete without a visit to Cape Point.



(30min)







3. Simon's Town & Penguin Colony



Simon's Town is the seat of the SA Navy, and has a charming coastal town atmosphere and a vibrant history. Here you can find a thriving harbour, a toy museum, navy museum and plenty of other sights – nearby is also Boulders Beach, which is one of the only places in the world that you can swim alongside penguins.



(30min)







4. Stellenbosch Town Visit



The Cape Winelands lie just 20 minutes outside of Cape Town, and this is where you will find some of the country’s top wine estates. A number of wine varietals are produced here, including Chenin Blanc, Shiraz, Pinotage and the signature sparkling wine, methode cap classique. The town of Stellenbosch offers plenty more besides wine tasting, including cellar tours, cheese tasting and the chance to purchase wine at cellar prices.



(1h 15min)







5. Zevenwacht Wine Estate cellar tour



Let yourself be guided around the stunning wine cellars of this old established estate, feeling the passion of the winemakers and understanding the process that goes behind turning a grapevine field into a sumptuous wine. Treat yourself to a tasting of the estate's finest wines and cheeses.



As you would expect from a city that spans across a diverse range of cultures, landscapes and areas, the Best of the Cape Tour offers a smorgasbord of things to see and do – making this the ultimate Cape Town tour for those wanting to get a taste of the Cape’s many fascinating attractions and highlights.



(1h 15min)
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18 Ayres street, Rosebank, Western Cape, South Africa

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Charged at R650 PP

Wine estates on this Route

Kanonkop

Situated just below the Simonsberg Mountains where they cultivate some of South Africa’s highest quality wines, Kanonkop is a fourth generation family estate currently in the hands of Paul & Johann Krige. Nestled in the Simonsberg area, also known as the “red wine bowl”, it thus it has a wide variety of red wines including their prestigious Kanonkop Pinotage. Their year round traditional Snoek Braai (fish barbeque) is a culinary delight, but requires a booking of 15 or more people and their summer cheese platters below the oaks is a red wine tasting experience of grand proportions.



Muratie

Hidden away in the Knorhoek Valley in the North of Stellenbosch, Muratie Wine Estate, owned by Rijk Melck and his family is an experience not to be missed. The farm dates back to 1685 and is the epicenter of many colourful stories and characters that have been revived through the naming of their wines. Muratie keeps the tone set just right with the cobwebs on the very old wine bottles and a very cozy setting in their tasting room. The wines at Muratie are truly a great tasting experience.



L’Avenir

L’Avenir Vineyards combine Stellenbosch sunshine with French inspiration to produce wines that capture the everyday sunny essence of the estate with light-hearted flash of French. They focus on producing not only elegant wines but also wines that showcase their unique setting. Two great cornerstones in the South African wine industry would be the Chenin Blanc and also the great South African Pinotage. A big focus of this winery is delicacy and balance, and these qualities are kept in mind throughout the whole experience.



Things to bring

Suncreen

Camera

Sun Hat or Umbrella

Extra money

Included in the price:



Three tastings and/or pairings per person

Lunch - max R160 per person

Pick-up and drop-off at accommodation/airport

A guide to make sure you get the most out of your day and to tend to all your immediate needs
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Wine Tour Guide


Helderberg Route

Charged at R650 PP

Wine estates on this Route

Kanonkop

Situated just below the Simonsberg Mountains where they cultivate some of South Africa’s highest quality wines, Kanonkop is a fourth generation family estate currently in the hands of Paul & Johann Krige. Nestled in the Simonsberg area, also known as the “red wine bowl”, it thus it has a wide variety of red wines including their prestigious Kanonkop Pinotage. Their year round traditional Snoek Braai (fish barbeque) is a culinary delight, but requires a booking of 15 or more people and their summer cheese platters below the oaks is a red wine tasting experience of grand proportions.



Muratie

Hidden away in the Knorhoek Valley in the North of Stellenbosch, Muratie Wine Estate, owned by Rijk Melck and his family is an experience not to be missed. The farm dates back to 1685 and is the epicenter of many colourful stories and characters that have been revived through the naming of their wines. Muratie keeps the tone set just right with the cobwebs on the very old wine bottles and a very cozy setting in their tasting room. The wines at Muratie are truly a great tasting experience.



L’Avenir

L’Avenir Vineyards combine Stellenbosch sunshine with French inspiration to produce wines that capture the everyday sunny essence of the estate with light-hearted flash of French. They focus on producing not only elegant wines but also wines that showcase their unique setting. Two great cornerstones in the South African wine industry would be the Chenin Blanc and also the great South African Pinotage. A big focus of this winery is delicacy and balance, and these qualities are kept in mind throughout the whole experience.



Things to bring

Suncreen

Camera

Sun Hat or Umbrella

Extra money

Included in the price:



Three tastings and/or pairings per person

Lunch - max R160 per person

Pick-up and drop-off at accommodation/airport

A guide to make sure you get the most out of your day and to tend to all your immediate needs
Vendor : StellenBus - Wine Day Tours Business Hours: 08:00 am To 08:00 pm

, 24 Trawal Crescent, Kuils River, Western Cape, South Africa

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Charged at R650 PP



Blaauwklippen

Stellenbosch’s oldest wine farm with more than 334 years of heritage. Blaauwklippen has a luxurious wine tasting room as well as a refreshing outside patio and beautiful children’s play area. One of Blaauwklippen’s most famous wines is the Zinfandel, a wine that has earned Blaauwklippen some of its formidable international fame.



Cavalli

Cavalli was born of a love triangle between Horses, Wine, and Art. This is a very modern wine farm, with sleek, contemporary architecture and a unique atmosphere in the heart of the winelands. Being a very young farm it surprises with new and sometimes surprising tastes. Cavalli also boasts a memorabilia collection worth seeing, from the helmets of iconic F1 drivers to the guitars of legendary rock artists.



Rust & Vrede

Rust & Vrede is one of Stellenbosch’s older Wine farms with just over 320 years of passion experience in the winemaking business. The current family who has nurtured this gem for the past 32 years has created a culture of producing high quality red wines seen in their Syrah, Merlot as well as Cabernet. Rust & Vrede has received many notable accolades for their wines, not the least of which included a specific request by Nelson Mandela to have their wines listed at the Nobel Peace Prize dinner. Widely acclaimed as South Africa’s premium red wine estate.



Things to bring

Suncreen

Sun Hat or Umbrella

Camera

Extra money

Included in the price:



Three tastings and/or pairings per person

Lunch - max R160 per person

Pick-up and drop-off at accommodation/airport

A guide to make sure you get the most out of your day and to tend to all your immediate needs
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StellenBus - Wine Day Tours


Wine Tour Guide


Simonsberg Route

Charged at R650 PP



Blaauwklippen

Stellenbosch’s oldest wine farm with more than 334 years of heritage. Blaauwklippen has a luxurious wine tasting room as well as a refreshing outside patio and beautiful children’s play area. One of Blaauwklippen’s most famous wines is the Zinfandel, a wine that has earned Blaauwklippen some of its formidable international fame.



Cavalli

Cavalli was born of a love triangle between Horses, Wine, and Art. This is a very modern wine farm, with sleek, contemporary architecture and a unique atmosphere in the heart of the winelands. Being a very young farm it surprises with new and sometimes surprising tastes. Cavalli also boasts a memorabilia collection worth seeing, from the helmets of iconic F1 drivers to the guitars of legendary rock artists.



Rust & Vrede

Rust & Vrede is one of Stellenbosch’s older Wine farms with just over 320 years of passion experience in the winemaking business. The current family who has nurtured this gem for the past 32 years has created a culture of producing high quality red wines seen in their Syrah, Merlot as well as Cabernet. Rust & Vrede has received many notable accolades for their wines, not the least of which included a specific request by Nelson Mandela to have their wines listed at the Nobel Peace Prize dinner. Widely acclaimed as South Africa’s premium red wine estate.



Things to bring

Suncreen

Sun Hat or Umbrella

Camera

Extra money

Included in the price:



Three tastings and/or pairings per person

Lunch - max R160 per person

Pick-up and drop-off at accommodation/airport

A guide to make sure you get the most out of your day and to tend to all your immediate needs
Vendor : StellenBus - Wine Day Tours Business Hours: 08:00 am To 08:00 pm

, 24 Trawal Crescent, Kuils River, Western Cape, South Africa

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Spier
Spier is more than just an innovative and iconic destination. Situated in the heart of South Africa’s Cape Winelands, Spier produce award-winning wines that have achieved global recognition on all stages. Guests and visitors can experience the art of fine wine through tasting in their beautiful open-plan tasting room.

Neethlingshof
The range of Neethlingshof premium reds are subtly oaked, showing softer tannins and harmony, while the Neethlingshof premium whites exhibit pure expression of fruit. Driving up the imposing stone pine avenue, a stunning vista unfolds complete with pristine Cape Dutch buildings, rolling green vineyards and a cozy cellar where the full range of wines may be tasted and purchased.

Brenaissance
Situated in the secluded beauty of the Devon Valley at the heart of the Stellenbosch Winelands, Brenaissance Wine & Stud Estate. The Estate offers visitors & guests a truly unique destination with delicious wines to match. A family-like aura is noted at this farm where it almost feels like the Breytenbach’s, owners of Brenaissance, are hosting you themselves. Don’t miss out on a cozy and welcoming experience.
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Stellenbosch Hills Wine Tour

Spier
Spier is more than just an innovative and iconic destination. Situated in the heart of South Africa’s Cape Winelands, Spier produce award-winning wines that have achieved global recognition on all stages. Guests and visitors can experience the art of fine wine through tasting in their beautiful open-plan tasting room.

Neethlingshof
The range of Neethlingshof premium reds are subtly oaked, showing softer tannins and harmony, while the Neethlingshof premium whites exhibit pure expression of fruit. Driving up the imposing stone pine avenue, a stunning vista unfolds complete with pristine Cape Dutch buildings, rolling green vineyards and a cozy cellar where the full range of wines may be tasted and purchased.

Brenaissance
Situated in the secluded beauty of the Devon Valley at the heart of the Stellenbosch Winelands, Brenaissance Wine & Stud Estate. The Estate offers visitors & guests a truly unique destination with delicious wines to match. A family-like aura is noted at this farm where it almost feels like the Breytenbach’s, owners of Brenaissance, are hosting you themselves. Don’t miss out on a cozy and welcoming experience.
Vendor : StellenBus - Wine Day Tours Business Hours: 08:00 am To 08:00 pm

, 24 Trawal Crescent, Kuils River, Western Cape, South Africa

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FYNBOS
Fynbos is a type of heath land unique to the Western Cape of South Africa. It is the richest floral kingdom in the world. The Green Mountain Trail walks through the Kogelberg Biosphere, a 100,000 hectare area that is home to 1900 plant species – the densest in the world. Listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site there are several endemics, among them the Marsh Rose (Orothamnus zeyheri), the Silver Pagoda (Mimetes hottentoticus) and Mimetes stockii.

FARMS
All the farms we visit are family owned and each has its own story.

BEAUMONT is a charming family-run farm and winery and is the final stop on the Green Mountain Trail where lunch and wine-tasting is enjoyed. It has the region’s oldest wine cellar, and is steeped in history, dating back to the 1700s.

OAK VALLEY is one of the largest in the area known for its fruit, cut flowers, beef cattle and for its high quality, cool climate, wines. It also produces acorn-fed, free range pork, that source their food from the 4,000 plus oak trees that give the farm its name.

PAUL CLUVER covering an area of over 2,000 hectares this is the largest farm in the Green Mountain Trail family. Half of the estate has been set aside for conservation into perpetuity. The farming of apples and pears is combined with a Hereford stud and ecotourism activities, including outdoor concerts, and adds to the wine production activities of the estate.

PORCUPINE HILLS is an olive farm and is the starting point for the walk. Black eagles nest on the cliffs directly above the homestead. The farm also boasts a large expanse of renosterveld, an endangered feature in the Cape Floral Kingdom.

WILDEKRANS COUNTRY HOUSE is a historic 1811 homestead with a rambling country garden. Home to a private collection of South African contemporary art and antique furniture, the atmosphere is relaxed, quirky and ancient, all rolled into one.

FOOD
The combination of fresh air and hiking never fails to build an appetite. The diversity of the area is also be appreciated by the palate where the food and wines enjoyed by trailists reflect the differences in soils and rainfall. Feedback from walkers describes the food as: ‘a veritable feast’ and ‘it’s as much a gourmet experience as it is a hike’. The cuisine is seasonal and fresh, produced on many of the participant farms. Apricots and apples, watermelon and winter melon, plums and peaches are just a few of the locally grown ingredients that find their way onto the dinner plates of Green Mountain Trail walkers.
Walkers frequently ask for the recipes of the dishes served on the trail so we figure we’re on the right track! Some of the favourites are: melanzane, slow-cooked lamb shanks, fresh herbed fish poached in Sauvignon blanc, and berry pavlova.

FURRIES
On the higher reaches of the walk hikers may catch sight of klipspringers standing like sentinels against the sky. Nesting Verreaux’s eagles is another special for the area.

Bontebok, grysbok, duiker, eland, zebra, springbok may all be seen on the plains while secretive leopard and caracal slip by unseen or by night.

With over 200 species of birds sighted in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve the walker can expect to be rewarded with sunbirds, sugarbirds and many others. The evocative cry of the fish eagle may also be heard in the silence of the wild.
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Fynbos

FYNBOS
Fynbos is a type of heath land unique to the Western Cape of South Africa. It is the richest floral kingdom in the world. The Green Mountain Trail walks through the Kogelberg Biosphere, a 100,000 hectare area that is home to 1900 plant species – the densest in the world. Listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site there are several endemics, among them the Marsh Rose (Orothamnus zeyheri), the Silver Pagoda (Mimetes hottentoticus) and Mimetes stockii.

FARMS
All the farms we visit are family owned and each has its own story.

BEAUMONT is a charming family-run farm and winery and is the final stop on the Green Mountain Trail where lunch and wine-tasting is enjoyed. It has the region’s oldest wine cellar, and is steeped in history, dating back to the 1700s.

OAK VALLEY is one of the largest in the area known for its fruit, cut flowers, beef cattle and for its high quality, cool climate, wines. It also produces acorn-fed, free range pork, that source their food from the 4,000 plus oak trees that give the farm its name.

PAUL CLUVER covering an area of over 2,000 hectares this is the largest farm in the Green Mountain Trail family. Half of the estate has been set aside for conservation into perpetuity. The farming of apples and pears is combined with a Hereford stud and ecotourism activities, including outdoor concerts, and adds to the wine production activities of the estate.

PORCUPINE HILLS is an olive farm and is the starting point for the walk. Black eagles nest on the cliffs directly above the homestead. The farm also boasts a large expanse of renosterveld, an endangered feature in the Cape Floral Kingdom.

WILDEKRANS COUNTRY HOUSE is a historic 1811 homestead with a rambling country garden. Home to a private collection of South African contemporary art and antique furniture, the atmosphere is relaxed, quirky and ancient, all rolled into one.

FOOD
The combination of fresh air and hiking never fails to build an appetite. The diversity of the area is also be appreciated by the palate where the food and wines enjoyed by trailists reflect the differences in soils and rainfall. Feedback from walkers describes the food as: ‘a veritable feast’ and ‘it’s as much a gourmet experience as it is a hike’. The cuisine is seasonal and fresh, produced on many of the participant farms. Apricots and apples, watermelon and winter melon, plums and peaches are just a few of the locally grown ingredients that find their way onto the dinner plates of Green Mountain Trail walkers.
Walkers frequently ask for the recipes of the dishes served on the trail so we figure we’re on the right track! Some of the favourites are: melanzane, slow-cooked lamb shanks, fresh herbed fish poached in Sauvignon blanc, and berry pavlova.

FURRIES
On the higher reaches of the walk hikers may catch sight of klipspringers standing like sentinels against the sky. Nesting Verreaux’s eagles is another special for the area.

Bontebok, grysbok, duiker, eland, zebra, springbok may all be seen on the plains while secretive leopard and caracal slip by unseen or by night.

With over 200 species of birds sighted in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve the walker can expect to be rewarded with sunbirds, sugarbirds and many others. The evocative cry of the fish eagle may also be heard in the silence of the wild.
Vendor : Green Mountain Trail Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, Houw Hoek Village, Elgin, Elgin, Western Cape, South Africa

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FARMS
All the farms we visit are family owned and each has its own story.

BEAUMONT is a charming family-run farm and winery and is the final stop on the Green Mountain Trail where lunch and wine-tasting is enjoyed. It has the region’s oldest wine cellar, and is steeped in history, dating back to the 1700s.

OAK VALLEY is one of the largest in the area known for its fruit, cut flowers, beef cattle and for its high quality, cool climate, wines. It also produces acorn-fed, free range pork, that source their food from the 4,000 plus oak trees that give the farm its name.

PAUL CLUVER covering an area of over 2,000 hectares this is the largest farm in the Green Mountain Trail family. Half of the estate has been set aside for conservation into perpetuity. The farming of apples and pears is combined with a Hereford stud and ecotourism activities, including outdoor concerts, and adds to the wine production activities of the estate.

PORCUPINE HILLS is an olive farm and is the starting point for the walk. Black eagles nest on the cliffs directly above the homestead. The farm also boasts a large expanse of renosterveld, an endangered feature in the Cape Floral Kingdom.

WILDEKRANS COUNTRY HOUSE is a historic 1811 homestead with a rambling country garden. Home to a private collection of South African contemporary art and antique furniture, the atmosphere is relaxed, quirky and ancient, all rolled into one.

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Green Mountain - Farm Tours

FARMS
All the farms we visit are family owned and each has its own story.

BEAUMONT is a charming family-run farm and winery and is the final stop on the Green Mountain Trail where lunch and wine-tasting is enjoyed. It has the region’s oldest wine cellar, and is steeped in history, dating back to the 1700s.

OAK VALLEY is one of the largest in the area known for its fruit, cut flowers, beef cattle and for its high quality, cool climate, wines. It also produces acorn-fed, free range pork, that source their food from the 4,000 plus oak trees that give the farm its name.

PAUL CLUVER covering an area of over 2,000 hectares this is the largest farm in the Green Mountain Trail family. Half of the estate has been set aside for conservation into perpetuity. The farming of apples and pears is combined with a Hereford stud and ecotourism activities, including outdoor concerts, and adds to the wine production activities of the estate.

PORCUPINE HILLS is an olive farm and is the starting point for the walk. Black eagles nest on the cliffs directly above the homestead. The farm also boasts a large expanse of renosterveld, an endangered feature in the Cape Floral Kingdom.

WILDEKRANS COUNTRY HOUSE is a historic 1811 homestead with a rambling country garden. Home to a private collection of South African contemporary art and antique furniture, the atmosphere is relaxed, quirky and ancient, all rolled into one.

Vendor : Green Mountain Trail Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, Houw Hoek Village, Elgin, Elgin, Western Cape, South Africa

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FOOD
The combination of fresh air and hiking never fails to build an appetite. The diversity of the area is also be appreciated by the palate where the food and wines enjoyed by trailists reflect the differences in soils and rainfall. Feedback from walkers describes the food as: ‘a veritable feast’ and ‘it’s as much a gourmet experience as it is a hike’. The cuisine is seasonal and fresh, produced on many of the participant farms. Apricots and apples, watermelon and winter melon, plums and peaches are just a few of the locally grown ingredients that find their way onto the dinner plates of Green Mountain Trail walkers.
Walkers frequently ask for the recipes of the dishes served on the trail so we figure we’re on the right track! Some of the favourites are: melanzane, slow-cooked lamb shanks, fresh herbed fish poached in Sauvignon blanc, and berry pavlova.
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Food - Cuisine in the Mountains

FOOD
The combination of fresh air and hiking never fails to build an appetite. The diversity of the area is also be appreciated by the palate where the food and wines enjoyed by trailists reflect the differences in soils and rainfall. Feedback from walkers describes the food as: ‘a veritable feast’ and ‘it’s as much a gourmet experience as it is a hike’. The cuisine is seasonal and fresh, produced on many of the participant farms. Apricots and apples, watermelon and winter melon, plums and peaches are just a few of the locally grown ingredients that find their way onto the dinner plates of Green Mountain Trail walkers.
Walkers frequently ask for the recipes of the dishes served on the trail so we figure we’re on the right track! Some of the favourites are: melanzane, slow-cooked lamb shanks, fresh herbed fish poached in Sauvignon blanc, and berry pavlova.
Vendor : Green Mountain Trail Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, Houw Hoek Village, Elgin, Elgin, Western Cape, South Africa

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FURRIES
On the higher reaches of the walk hikers may catch sight of klipspringers standing like sentinels against the sky. Nesting Verreaux’s eagles is another special for the area.

Bontebok, grysbok, duiker, eland, zebra, springbok may all be seen on the plains while secretive leopard and caracal slip by unseen or by night.

With over 200 species of birds sighted in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve the walker can expect to be rewarded with sunbirds, sugarbirds and many others. The evocative cry of the fish eagle may also be heard in the silence of the wild.
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Furries

FURRIES
On the higher reaches of the walk hikers may catch sight of klipspringers standing like sentinels against the sky. Nesting Verreaux’s eagles is another special for the area.

Bontebok, grysbok, duiker, eland, zebra, springbok may all be seen on the plains while secretive leopard and caracal slip by unseen or by night.

With over 200 species of birds sighted in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve the walker can expect to be rewarded with sunbirds, sugarbirds and many others. The evocative cry of the fish eagle may also be heard in the silence of the wild.
Vendor : Green Mountain Trail Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, Houw Hoek Village, Elgin, Elgin, Western Cape, South Africa

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Activity Description
Cycle with an e-bike through the picturesque Jonkershoek Valley and visit 2 wine farms and a coffee shop in the heart of town. Wine Farms are conveniently close to each other and linked with cycling track that makes cycling safe. Included in the tour is 2 wine tastings and a coffee.

About the E-Bikes: Electric Bicycles or and e-bike handles like a normal bicycle but they assist you when you pedal. They are fitted with a motor and a battery. The moment you start to pedal then the motor kicks in and assists you on your journey! This makes cycling more fun with less effort!
Your Guide will assist you in understanding your e-bike as well as adjusting the seat post and handing out helmets.

Arrangements
Duration3 hours 30 minutesWhenAll year roundWhereStellenbosch Tourism Information Centre 36 Market Steet Stellenbosch, 7600WeatherThis service is weather dependantWhat to WearComfortable clothesThings to BringWarm Jacket Money for shoppingGuests or SpectatorsKids under the age of 18 cannot do wine tasting but will be treated with a soda.
Requirements
Minimum Age3 yearsMinimum Height0.0 mMaximum Height0.0 mFitness LevelNo Fitness RequirementQualificationsNot ApplicableMaximum Weight120.0 kgCertificationNone RequiredExperience LevelNo Experience Requirement
Inclusions and Exclusions
Inclusions
2 Wine Farm Visits
E-Bike
Guide
Protective Gear
2 Wine Tastings
Snacks
Coffee

ExclusionsLunch - there are great lunch options very close to the start and finish spot - ask your guide.
Notes
Booking Essential
In case of bad weather we re schedule or do full refund
Plenty of time for shopping
E-Bikes equipped with Wine Saddle Bags
Kids Bike Seats Available (Kids between 3 – 5 years)
Kids Half Bikes Available (Kids between 6 – 12 years)
Kids under the age of 18 cannot do wine tasting but will be treated with a soda.
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Vinebikes - E-Bike Wine Tour Stellenbosch

Activity Description
Cycle with an e-bike through the picturesque Jonkershoek Valley and visit 2 wine farms and a coffee shop in the heart of town. Wine Farms are conveniently close to each other and linked with cycling track that makes cycling safe. Included in the tour is 2 wine tastings and a coffee.

About the E-Bikes: Electric Bicycles or and e-bike handles like a normal bicycle but they assist you when you pedal. They are fitted with a motor and a battery. The moment you start to pedal then the motor kicks in and assists you on your journey! This makes cycling more fun with less effort!
Your Guide will assist you in understanding your e-bike as well as adjusting the seat post and handing out helmets.

Arrangements
Duration3 hours 30 minutesWhenAll year roundWhereStellenbosch Tourism Information Centre 36 Market Steet Stellenbosch, 7600WeatherThis service is weather dependantWhat to WearComfortable clothesThings to BringWarm Jacket Money for shoppingGuests or SpectatorsKids under the age of 18 cannot do wine tasting but will be treated with a soda.
Requirements
Minimum Age3 yearsMinimum Height0.0 mMaximum Height0.0 mFitness LevelNo Fitness RequirementQualificationsNot ApplicableMaximum Weight120.0 kgCertificationNone RequiredExperience LevelNo Experience Requirement
Inclusions and Exclusions
Inclusions
2 Wine Farm Visits
E-Bike
Guide
Protective Gear
2 Wine Tastings
Snacks
Coffee

ExclusionsLunch - there are great lunch options very close to the start and finish spot - ask your guide.
Notes
Booking Essential
In case of bad weather we re schedule or do full refund
Plenty of time for shopping
E-Bikes equipped with Wine Saddle Bags
Kids Bike Seats Available (Kids between 3 – 5 years)
Kids Half Bikes Available (Kids between 6 – 12 years)
Kids under the age of 18 cannot do wine tasting but will be treated with a soda.
Vendor : Scootours Cape Town Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, 16 Reyger Street Simonswyk Stellenbosch 7600, Stellenbosch, Western Cape, South Africa

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Immerse yourself in Cape Town’s rich heritage with guided historical walking tours. Take in the natural beauty, the history and the harvest of the Cape Winelands. Navigate to the 200-year-old naval base in Simon’s Town. Learn about the indigenous people of Cape at San Culture Centre !Khwa ttu. Give ear to local storytelling in Langa township, and even discover the hidden history of Freemasonry in the Cape.
Favourite heritage in Cape Town’s centre
With September being heritage month in South Africa, here are a selection ofe buildings, art and design relating to its past. Starting with architecture and the built environment:

Tuynhuys – a beautiful facade showing what 18th century Cape Town would have looked like. First it was a tool shed for Company’s Gardens, hence its name which means garden house! But for over two centuries its been for the highest political authority of the land (it is next to Parliament). It is now part of the President’s office and extremely hard to get access to. Next to Parliament, the main facade is visible from Government Ave. It was restored – based on old records, a hidden balustrade and the expert judgement of the conservation consultants and client. (One of the team felt so strongly that the cherubs were too large, he resigned from the appointed architectural practice!).

The old shul, now part of the South African Jewish Museum, Hatfield St, I like the quality of displays, simplicity and the way it is so well maintained. It tells the story of how Cape Town developed from the point of view of Jewish immigrants from overseas – there is a ramp leading from one part of the museum to another, reminiscent of a ship’s gangplank. As a European immigrant myself, albeit Christian, this has a resonance for me. Its small portico is Art Deco ‘Egyptian’ in style. It can be seen from Company’s Garden, next to the much grander, newer synagogue.

Company Garden’s Visitor Centre – a small heritage building, on the Queen Victoria Rd side of the Garden. It has a very good exhibition about the Garden’s history. Home to Cape Town Heritage Trust, there is a small ‘heritage’ shop and you can book fynbos tea tastings and info sessions (it is easy to forget the Cape’s hugely important and unique natural heritage, fynbos.)

The Hanafee Mosque at the corner of Dorp and Long Street. I like its size, proportions, exterior’s details colours and the way they use outside for praying too occassionally. I’ve been allowed in, without asking in advance, which I really appreciate.

Wagenaar reservoir ruins and model underground in Golden Acre – an unexpected location and a good reminder about water being so precious and why Cape Town developed. It is also reminds me of how the sea used to be so much closer to the centre of town pre the massive land reclamation, starting in the 1940s.

Grand Central, Darling Street – the former main post office. This huge building is a good reminder of how important the mail ship and post were. Its tall, modern ‘Art Deco’ style caused quite a stir when it opened. The original 1940s stone carvings and old Post Office counters are still in situ and a huge contrast to its current use as a market stalls selling all sorts from hair braiding to fried food!

Koopmans-de Wet House, Strand St, the exterior is Cape Neo-Classical as its finest (but it does need some maintenance work!). It helps me imagine what Cape Town would have looked like in the 19th century. I like the sound of its last owner, Maria Koopmans-de Wet – she was a heritage activist! She campaigned to stop the Castle of Good Hope being knocked down about 100 years ago.

Prestwich Memorial, corner of Buitengracht Street and Somerset Road – like the Company Garden’s Visitor Centre, it has a really good small heritage exhibition. Off to one side is the ossuary with over 2 500 boxes of bones from nearby unmarked graves, probably slaves, sailors, poor people, and Khoi. There is a really sad side to much of Cape Town’s heritage that shouldn’t be ignored.

Turning now to art – it can be a brilliant way to convey the invisible past, in a contemporary and sometimes surprising way:

Artists’ Wilma Cruise and Gavin Younge The Memorial To The Slaves – 11 granite blocks laid out across Church Square – silent, poignant reminders of who really built Cape Town.

Jacques Coetzee’s Open House, a bright, large and fun artwork referencing the colonial style buildings on Long St where it is, and RDP houses built by the government in townships. Its hard to depict 20 years of democracy, but this works for me.

For a reminder of how Africa used to be seen with a colonial lens of the mid 20th century, the frieze around Mutual Heights – South Africa’s first sky scraper (I recommend popping into the lobby on Darling Street to see the high gold ceiling and marble walls – it is like stepping back in time and the Empire State Building in New York)

Homecoming Centre’s gates, District 6, Buitenkant Street based on an artwork by the late Peter Clarke. One of the most beautiful burglar bars in town! And a lovely way to enter this renovated heritage building which I always enjoy visiting for events and exhibitions.

Artist Roderick Sauls’ apartheid-era benches outside the High Court Annex on Queen Victoria Street one for whites only, the other not. It seems bizaar that people were sent to this court to see if a pencil would stay in their hair – if it did, they were classified as black, in aparteid.

Joburg based artist, Ruth Sach’s Cissie Gool Memorial (Longmarket at the Buitenkant Street end) – often used to sit on by smokers, unaware that it is an artwork or memorial!

Conrad Botes’ Purple Shall Govern commemorating the End Conscription Campaign’s commandeering the Police’s dye spraying in 1989 (Burg and Church Streets).
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Immerse yourself in Cape Town’s rich heritage with guided historical walking tours. Take in the natural beauty, the history and the harvest of the Cape Winelands. Navigate to the 200-year-old naval base in Simon’s Town. Learn about the indigenous people of Cape at San Culture Centre !Khwa ttu. Give ear to local storytelling in Langa township, and even discover the hidden history of Freemasonry in the Cape.
Favourite heritage in Cape Town’s centre
With September being heritage month in South Africa, here are a selection ofe buildings, art and design relating to its past. Starting with architecture and the built environment:

Tuynhuys – a beautiful facade showing what 18th century Cape Town would have looked like. First it was a tool shed for Company’s Gardens, hence its name which means garden house! But for over two centuries its been for the highest political authority of the land (it is next to Parliament). It is now part of the President’s office and extremely hard to get access to. Next to Parliament, the main facade is visible from Government Ave. It was restored – based on old records, a hidden balustrade and the expert judgement of the conservation consultants and client. (One of the team felt so strongly that the cherubs were too large, he resigned from the appointed architectural practice!).

The old shul, now part of the South African Jewish Museum, Hatfield St, I like the quality of displays, simplicity and the way it is so well maintained. It tells the story of how Cape Town developed from the point of view of Jewish immigrants from overseas – there is a ramp leading from one part of the museum to another, reminiscent of a ship’s gangplank. As a European immigrant myself, albeit Christian, this has a resonance for me. Its small portico is Art Deco ‘Egyptian’ in style. It can be seen from Company’s Garden, next to the much grander, newer synagogue.

Company Garden’s Visitor Centre – a small heritage building, on the Queen Victoria Rd side of the Garden. It has a very good exhibition about the Garden’s history. Home to Cape Town Heritage Trust, there is a small ‘heritage’ shop and you can book fynbos tea tastings and info sessions (it is easy to forget the Cape’s hugely important and unique natural heritage, fynbos.)

The Hanafee Mosque at the corner of Dorp and Long Street. I like its size, proportions, exterior’s details colours and the way they use outside for praying too occassionally. I’ve been allowed in, without asking in advance, which I really appreciate.

Wagenaar reservoir ruins and model underground in Golden Acre – an unexpected location and a good reminder about water being so precious and why Cape Town developed. It is also reminds me of how the sea used to be so much closer to the centre of town pre the massive land reclamation, starting in the 1940s.

Grand Central, Darling Street – the former main post office. This huge building is a good reminder of how important the mail ship and post were. Its tall, modern ‘Art Deco’ style caused quite a stir when it opened. The original 1940s stone carvings and old Post Office counters are still in situ and a huge contrast to its current use as a market stalls selling all sorts from hair braiding to fried food!

Koopmans-de Wet House, Strand St, the exterior is Cape Neo-Classical as its finest (but it does need some maintenance work!). It helps me imagine what Cape Town would have looked like in the 19th century. I like the sound of its last owner, Maria Koopmans-de Wet – she was a heritage activist! She campaigned to stop the Castle of Good Hope being knocked down about 100 years ago.

Prestwich Memorial, corner of Buitengracht Street and Somerset Road – like the Company Garden’s Visitor Centre, it has a really good small heritage exhibition. Off to one side is the ossuary with over 2 500 boxes of bones from nearby unmarked graves, probably slaves, sailors, poor people, and Khoi. There is a really sad side to much of Cape Town’s heritage that shouldn’t be ignored.

Turning now to art – it can be a brilliant way to convey the invisible past, in a contemporary and sometimes surprising way:

Artists’ Wilma Cruise and Gavin Younge The Memorial To The Slaves – 11 granite blocks laid out across Church Square – silent, poignant reminders of who really built Cape Town.

Jacques Coetzee’s Open House, a bright, large and fun artwork referencing the colonial style buildings on Long St where it is, and RDP houses built by the government in townships. Its hard to depict 20 years of democracy, but this works for me.

For a reminder of how Africa used to be seen with a colonial lens of the mid 20th century, the frieze around Mutual Heights – South Africa’s first sky scraper (I recommend popping into the lobby on Darling Street to see the high gold ceiling and marble walls – it is like stepping back in time and the Empire State Building in New York)

Homecoming Centre’s gates, District 6, Buitenkant Street based on an artwork by the late Peter Clarke. One of the most beautiful burglar bars in town! And a lovely way to enter this renovated heritage building which I always enjoy visiting for events and exhibitions.

Artist Roderick Sauls’ apartheid-era benches outside the High Court Annex on Queen Victoria Street one for whites only, the other not. It seems bizaar that people were sent to this court to see if a pencil would stay in their hair – if it did, they were classified as black, in aparteid.

Joburg based artist, Ruth Sach’s Cissie Gool Memorial (Longmarket at the Buitenkant Street end) – often used to sit on by smokers, unaware that it is an artwork or memorial!

Conrad Botes’ Purple Shall Govern commemorating the End Conscription Campaign’s commandeering the Police’s dye spraying in 1989 (Burg and Church Streets).
Vendor : Culture Connect SA Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

60 Alma Road , Rosebank, Western Cape, South Africa

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Woodstock is one of Cape Town’s oldest suburbs and the hub of South Africa’s major contemporary artists, art galleries and art studios. A gritty, creative, residential area close to the City Centre, its must-see highlights include the Old Biscuit Mill, a neighbourhood food and design market, WHATIFTHEWORLD a former synagogue, now a fully established art gallery, the Woodstock Exchange, a former industrial building, now a nerve centre of hipster activity, with shops by artists, photographers, fashion designers, film directors, traders, and more.

At the City Centre, visit a variety of galleries, including South Africa’s premier art gallery, the Iziko South African National Gallery. Contemporary art galleries include AVA (Association of Visual Arts) South Africa’s first arts society, Smith, Chandler House, Ebony Curated, State of the Art and more.
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Contemporary Art Tours

Woodstock is one of Cape Town’s oldest suburbs and the hub of South Africa’s major contemporary artists, art galleries and art studios. A gritty, creative, residential area close to the City Centre, its must-see highlights include the Old Biscuit Mill, a neighbourhood food and design market, WHATIFTHEWORLD a former synagogue, now a fully established art gallery, the Woodstock Exchange, a former industrial building, now a nerve centre of hipster activity, with shops by artists, photographers, fashion designers, film directors, traders, and more.

At the City Centre, visit a variety of galleries, including South Africa’s premier art gallery, the Iziko South African National Gallery. Contemporary art galleries include AVA (Association of Visual Arts) South Africa’s first arts society, Smith, Chandler House, Ebony Curated, State of the Art and more.
Vendor : Culture Connect SA Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

60 Alma Road , Rosebank, Western Cape, South Africa

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Discover the history of Cape Town, as told through art and architecture. Learn about the dark days of slavery at the Iziko Slave Lodge, one of the oldest buildings in Cape Town, where 9000 slaves from Africa and Asia were held captive. Admire the extraordinary Islamic heritage and culture of Bo-Kaap, an area formerly known as the ”Malay Quarter”. Bo-Kaap is a must-see as arguably the most photographed place in Cape Town due to its brightly coloured houses, cobbled stones, dramatic mountain background and Cape Dutch and Cape Georgian architectural styles. View outstanding examples of “moderne” architecture, typically Art Deco. From Mutual Heights, the tallest building in Africa at the time when it was built in 1939, to Mullers shop, which still serves as an optometrist, its original purpose.
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Architecture And Design Tours

Discover the history of Cape Town, as told through art and architecture. Learn about the dark days of slavery at the Iziko Slave Lodge, one of the oldest buildings in Cape Town, where 9000 slaves from Africa and Asia were held captive. Admire the extraordinary Islamic heritage and culture of Bo-Kaap, an area formerly known as the ”Malay Quarter”. Bo-Kaap is a must-see as arguably the most photographed place in Cape Town due to its brightly coloured houses, cobbled stones, dramatic mountain background and Cape Dutch and Cape Georgian architectural styles. View outstanding examples of “moderne” architecture, typically Art Deco. From Mutual Heights, the tallest building in Africa at the time when it was built in 1939, to Mullers shop, which still serves as an optometrist, its original purpose.
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60 Alma Road , Rosebank, Western Cape, South Africa

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Join Culture Connect SA on a tour of The Old Granary Building, a recently refurbished 204-year old former granary that was declared a Provincial Heritage Site in March 2017. Built in 1812, this historic structure initially served as a house and a bakery. It later became the town granary, then a magistrate’s court, a post office, government offices, and a women’s prison. It currently serves as the home of the Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation in order to restore and rehabilitate the building from its colonial history of war, slavery and later apartheid, to a peace centre, offices, restaurant and exhibition centre.

The tour is led by the City of Cape Town’s Senior Heritage Professional, Margot van Heerden as well as Kobus van Wyk of GAPP Architects.
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Old Granary Building Tour

Join Culture Connect SA on a tour of The Old Granary Building, a recently refurbished 204-year old former granary that was declared a Provincial Heritage Site in March 2017. Built in 1812, this historic structure initially served as a house and a bakery. It later became the town granary, then a magistrate’s court, a post office, government offices, and a women’s prison. It currently serves as the home of the Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation in order to restore and rehabilitate the building from its colonial history of war, slavery and later apartheid, to a peace centre, offices, restaurant and exhibition centre.

The tour is led by the City of Cape Town’s Senior Heritage Professional, Margot van Heerden as well as Kobus van Wyk of GAPP Architects.
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60 Alma Road , Rosebank, Western Cape, South Africa

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Discover the social history and creativity of Newlands as we explore vernacular architecture, ranging from the historical SACS Michaelis House and its stables (now Montebello Design Centre) to modern contemporary homes.

We visit the studios of artists and ceramicists, such as Sarah Waters, as well as top South African galleries David Kruts Projects and Barnard Gallery.

Learn the social controversies of this neighbourhood, ranging from water to Forced Removals, and how Newlands developed from farms into a prosperous, highly desirable suburb.

The walking tour is being developed by Culture Connect founder Kate Crane Briggs and architect Louise van Riet who lives and works in Newlands (it was the subject of her MPhil thesis).
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Newlands Architecture, Art and Design Tour

Discover the social history and creativity of Newlands as we explore vernacular architecture, ranging from the historical SACS Michaelis House and its stables (now Montebello Design Centre) to modern contemporary homes.

We visit the studios of artists and ceramicists, such as Sarah Waters, as well as top South African galleries David Kruts Projects and Barnard Gallery.

Learn the social controversies of this neighbourhood, ranging from water to Forced Removals, and how Newlands developed from farms into a prosperous, highly desirable suburb.

The walking tour is being developed by Culture Connect founder Kate Crane Briggs and architect Louise van Riet who lives and works in Newlands (it was the subject of her MPhil thesis).
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60 Alma Road , Rosebank, Western Cape, South Africa

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Tour Highlights
Cape Point Nature Reserve, Houtbay, Boulders Beach Penguins, Cape Winelands and Shark Cage diving.

Day 1
Leave after breakfast for a full day Cape Peninsula Tour Stop at Houtbay, drive through Chapman’s Peak drive, visit cape point nature reserve and take the furnicular up to cape point lighthouse Lunch Stop in simonstown, After Lunch visit the penguins at boulders beach

Day 2
Leave after breakfast for a full day winelands Tour Lunch stop at one wine estate Tour ends after 4pm

Day 3
Visit Gaainsbay for a fullday shark cage diving, weather dependant Optional activity will be a picnic lunch at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.

Other optional activities
Paragliding in Cape Town
Township Tour in cape Town
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Tour of Cape Town City, The Winelands, and Marine Shark Tours

Tour Details
Tour Highlights
Cape Point Nature Reserve, Houtbay, Boulders Beach Penguins, Cape Winelands and Shark Cage diving.

Day 1
Leave after breakfast for a full day Cape Peninsula Tour Stop at Houtbay, drive through Chapman’s Peak drive, visit cape point nature reserve and take the furnicular up to cape point lighthouse Lunch Stop in simonstown, After Lunch visit the penguins at boulders beach

Day 2
Leave after breakfast for a full day winelands Tour Lunch stop at one wine estate Tour ends after 4pm

Day 3
Visit Gaainsbay for a fullday shark cage diving, weather dependant Optional activity will be a picnic lunch at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.

Other optional activities
Paragliding in Cape Town
Township Tour in cape Town
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63 Mont Blanc, Hibiscus Ave, Strand 7140, Cape Town., Strand, Western Cape, South Africa

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An eye-opening botanical tour of the indigenous and exotic trees of Arderne Gardens and Wynberg Park, both public parks. Professional landscape architect and university lecturer, Clare Burgess, guides us through the hidden gems planted in the municipal parks as she explains their historical and cultural significance to the Cape. Arderne Gardens is home to six of South Africa’s declared Champion trees and Wynberg Park showcases some of Cape Town’s famous endangered Silver trees. We end the tour with tea and cakes under gum trees, in picturesque surroundings. Pre-booking essential.
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Arderne Gardens & Wynberg Park – Trees

An eye-opening botanical tour of the indigenous and exotic trees of Arderne Gardens and Wynberg Park, both public parks. Professional landscape architect and university lecturer, Clare Burgess, guides us through the hidden gems planted in the municipal parks as she explains their historical and cultural significance to the Cape. Arderne Gardens is home to six of South Africa’s declared Champion trees and Wynberg Park showcases some of Cape Town’s famous endangered Silver trees. We end the tour with tea and cakes under gum trees, in picturesque surroundings. Pre-booking essential.
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60 Alma Road , Rosebank, Western Cape, South Africa

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Keen to explore Cape Town’s art culture but don’t know where to begin? A visit to some of the city’s most prominent art galleries is a great way to start. Take a look at our list of some of Cape Town’s best art galleries.

NORVAL ART FOUNDATION
Well worth the short drive out of town! New purpose built museum and sculpture garden, focusing on South African ‘greats’. It centres around Louis Norval’s significant private collection, with an impressive line-up of temporary exhibitions. Like most South African art spaces, it is not too big and has a good range of events.

Address: 4 Steenberg Rd, Steenberg Estate, Cape Town, 7945
Telephone: 087 654 5900
Opening hours: 10am – 5:15pm (closed Tuesdays) and open until 7:15pm on Saturdays

IZIKO SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL ART GALLERY
South Africa’s first art museum, the Iziko South African National Gallery, has wonderful old galleries – wooden floor boards and high ceilings. Exhibitions are usually contemporary South African art, interspersed with works from its extensive historical collections. It has an active Friends scheme that is well worth joining if you live in Cape Town, or visit regularly.

Address: Government Avenue, Company’s Garden, Cape Town
Telephone: 021 481 3970
Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 10am – 5pm

ZEITZ Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (ZMOCAA)
Opening last September (2017), this public, not-for-profit contemporary art museum, collects and exhibits twenty-first-century contemporary art from Africa and its Diaspora. If this sort of art isn’t your cup of tea, it is well worth visiting for the jaw-dropping architecture, designed by Thomas Heatherwick CBE in partnership with local practices.

Address: Silo District, S Arm Rd, Waterfront, Cape Town
Telephone: 087 350 4777
Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 10 am – 6pm | Tuesdays closed

THE AVA GALLERY
A gem located in the heart of Cape Town, the Association for Visual Arts (AVA) is South Africa’s oldest not-for-profit gallery and the ideal or discovering emerging artists. A panel of artists and art historians carefully select works to exhibit.

Address: 35 Church Street, Cape Town
Telephone: 021 424 7436
Opening hours: Tuesday – Thursday 10am – 5pm | Saturday 10am – 1pm | Sunday – Monday closed

STEVENSON GALLERY
STEVENSON Gallery is Cape Town’s Kunsthaus Zürich, or for me, Whitecapel in London where I worked many years ago. If you can’t face the entry fees Zeitz MOCAA or Norval, this is a worthy alternative. You’ll be tempted too by their publications.

Address: STEVENSON Cape Town, Buchanan Building, 160 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock
Telephone: 021 462 1500
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm | Saturday 10am – 1pm |

SMAC CAPE TOWN
The gallery with the great name, SMAC (Stellenbosch Modern and Contemporary) is a good one for buy top-tier South African art at a manageable price. Make sure you visit their ‘store room’!

Address: 1st Floor, The Palms, 145 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock (it is hard to find)
Telephone: 021 461 1029
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm Saturday 10am – 3pm

GOODMAN GALLERY

Established in Johannesburg, 1966, Goodman Gallery is South Africa’s first contemporary art gallery of note. No surprises it has many of South Africa’s big names: William Kentridge, Sue Williamson and David Goldblatt. But it also has international artists who engage in a dialogue with the African context.

Address: 3rd Floor, Fairweather House,176 Sir Lowry Rd, Woodstock, Cape Town
Telephone: 021 462 7573/4
Opening Hours: Tuesday–Friday 9:30am – 5:30pm | Saturday 9:30am–4:00 (most commercial galleries in Cape Town close on Sat pm so this is a good place to go then) | Monday closed

BLANK PROJECTS
Blank Projects offers experimental art practices by mainly emerging artists, some of whom are now mid-career and whose works are exhibited at the Zeitz MOCAA and at New York Art Fairs.

Sidenote: If you want a good place for the best salad in town, stop by The Kitchen on Woodstock’s the main road – they have expanded into Blank’s former gallery.

Address: 10 Lewin Street, Woodstock, Cape Town
Telephone: 021 462 4276
Opening hours: Monday closed | Tuesday – Friday 9am – 5pm | Saturday 10am – 1pm

WHATIFTHEWORLD
WHATIFTHWORLD is the home of a group of young contemporary Southern African artists. If you are particularly interested in film, this is your place. Some of my favourite South African mid-career artists are represented by this gallery that pops up in the art fairs around the world.

Address: First Floor, 16 Buiten St, Cape Town City Centre, 8000 (it moved from Woodstock mid 2018)
Telephone: 021 447 2376
Opening hours: Mondays and Sundays closed | 9:30am – 5pm (Fridays 4pm) | Saturday 9:30am – 1pm

GUILD GALLERY
The best high-end design shop in town, Guild is the only gallery that represents locally made collectible designs in South Africa. – Some delightfully quirky, such as Porky Hefer, and others more classic and uniquely African. As well as a shop, it has regular exhibitions of contemporary furniture, lighting, art, and jewellery that have redefined perceptions of African design.

Address: Shop 5B, Silo 5, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
Telephone: 021 461 2856
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 6pm | Saturday 10am – 2pm | Sunday closed

EVERARD READ/CIRCA GALLERY

Originally founded in Johannesburg in 1913, Everard Read is South Africa’s oldest commercial gallery, with galleries in Cape Town, Joburg and London. The artists they represent range from Dylan Lewis, well known for his bronze cats, to Brett Murray whose painting of Jacob Zuma when he was president was highly controversial.

Address: 3 Portswood Rd, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
Telephone: 021 418 4527
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 6pm | Saturday 9am – 1pm | Sunday closed
Admission: Free



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Must-See Cape Town Art Galleries

Keen to explore Cape Town’s art culture but don’t know where to begin? A visit to some of the city’s most prominent art galleries is a great way to start. Take a look at our list of some of Cape Town’s best art galleries.

NORVAL ART FOUNDATION
Well worth the short drive out of town! New purpose built museum and sculpture garden, focusing on South African ‘greats’. It centres around Louis Norval’s significant private collection, with an impressive line-up of temporary exhibitions. Like most South African art spaces, it is not too big and has a good range of events.

Address: 4 Steenberg Rd, Steenberg Estate, Cape Town, 7945
Telephone: 087 654 5900
Opening hours: 10am – 5:15pm (closed Tuesdays) and open until 7:15pm on Saturdays

IZIKO SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL ART GALLERY
South Africa’s first art museum, the Iziko South African National Gallery, has wonderful old galleries – wooden floor boards and high ceilings. Exhibitions are usually contemporary South African art, interspersed with works from its extensive historical collections. It has an active Friends scheme that is well worth joining if you live in Cape Town, or visit regularly.

Address: Government Avenue, Company’s Garden, Cape Town
Telephone: 021 481 3970
Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 10am – 5pm

ZEITZ Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (ZMOCAA)
Opening last September (2017), this public, not-for-profit contemporary art museum, collects and exhibits twenty-first-century contemporary art from Africa and its Diaspora. If this sort of art isn’t your cup of tea, it is well worth visiting for the jaw-dropping architecture, designed by Thomas Heatherwick CBE in partnership with local practices.

Address: Silo District, S Arm Rd, Waterfront, Cape Town
Telephone: 087 350 4777
Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 10 am – 6pm | Tuesdays closed

THE AVA GALLERY
A gem located in the heart of Cape Town, the Association for Visual Arts (AVA) is South Africa’s oldest not-for-profit gallery and the ideal or discovering emerging artists. A panel of artists and art historians carefully select works to exhibit.

Address: 35 Church Street, Cape Town
Telephone: 021 424 7436
Opening hours: Tuesday – Thursday 10am – 5pm | Saturday 10am – 1pm | Sunday – Monday closed

STEVENSON GALLERY
STEVENSON Gallery is Cape Town’s Kunsthaus Zürich, or for me, Whitecapel in London where I worked many years ago. If you can’t face the entry fees Zeitz MOCAA or Norval, this is a worthy alternative. You’ll be tempted too by their publications.

Address: STEVENSON Cape Town, Buchanan Building, 160 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock
Telephone: 021 462 1500
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm | Saturday 10am – 1pm |

SMAC CAPE TOWN
The gallery with the great name, SMAC (Stellenbosch Modern and Contemporary) is a good one for buy top-tier South African art at a manageable price. Make sure you visit their ‘store room’!

Address: 1st Floor, The Palms, 145 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock (it is hard to find)
Telephone: 021 461 1029
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm Saturday 10am – 3pm

GOODMAN GALLERY

Established in Johannesburg, 1966, Goodman Gallery is South Africa’s first contemporary art gallery of note. No surprises it has many of South Africa’s big names: William Kentridge, Sue Williamson and David Goldblatt. But it also has international artists who engage in a dialogue with the African context.

Address: 3rd Floor, Fairweather House,176 Sir Lowry Rd, Woodstock, Cape Town
Telephone: 021 462 7573/4
Opening Hours: Tuesday–Friday 9:30am – 5:30pm | Saturday 9:30am–4:00 (most commercial galleries in Cape Town close on Sat pm so this is a good place to go then) | Monday closed

BLANK PROJECTS
Blank Projects offers experimental art practices by mainly emerging artists, some of whom are now mid-career and whose works are exhibited at the Zeitz MOCAA and at New York Art Fairs.

Sidenote: If you want a good place for the best salad in town, stop by The Kitchen on Woodstock’s the main road – they have expanded into Blank’s former gallery.

Address: 10 Lewin Street, Woodstock, Cape Town
Telephone: 021 462 4276
Opening hours: Monday closed | Tuesday – Friday 9am – 5pm | Saturday 10am – 1pm

WHATIFTHEWORLD
WHATIFTHWORLD is the home of a group of young contemporary Southern African artists. If you are particularly interested in film, this is your place. Some of my favourite South African mid-career artists are represented by this gallery that pops up in the art fairs around the world.

Address: First Floor, 16 Buiten St, Cape Town City Centre, 8000 (it moved from Woodstock mid 2018)
Telephone: 021 447 2376
Opening hours: Mondays and Sundays closed | 9:30am – 5pm (Fridays 4pm) | Saturday 9:30am – 1pm

GUILD GALLERY
The best high-end design shop in town, Guild is the only gallery that represents locally made collectible designs in South Africa. – Some delightfully quirky, such as Porky Hefer, and others more classic and uniquely African. As well as a shop, it has regular exhibitions of contemporary furniture, lighting, art, and jewellery that have redefined perceptions of African design.

Address: Shop 5B, Silo 5, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
Telephone: 021 461 2856
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 6pm | Saturday 10am – 2pm | Sunday closed

EVERARD READ/CIRCA GALLERY

Originally founded in Johannesburg in 1913, Everard Read is South Africa’s oldest commercial gallery, with galleries in Cape Town, Joburg and London. The artists they represent range from Dylan Lewis, well known for his bronze cats, to Brett Murray whose painting of Jacob Zuma when he was president was highly controversial.

Address: 3 Portswood Rd, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
Telephone: 021 418 4527
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 6pm | Saturday 9am – 1pm | Sunday closed
Admission: Free



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60 Alma Road , Rosebank, Western Cape, South Africa

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A walking tour first around workshops and studios on Chasmay Road Campus. This includes The Sewing Cafe, a training centre for graduates of the Evangeline Life Skills Project. And award-winning Zizamele Ceramics hosted by its founder and director, Toni Burton.

Then we’ll drive to the popular public library. Voyokazi Tatana, its head, will give us a glimpse of its activities. Its former librarian, Sue Alexander, will speak about its arts ‘graduates’ and success stories.

We finish with Nonny’s home-made, classic isiXhosa lunch in her house nearby.

Don’t miss out of this township tour with a difference.

Date: to be confirmed (Oct or Nov 2018 likely)
Venue: Chasmay Road Campus, Masiphumelele
Time: 10 – 13:30
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Masiphumelele Township Creativity Tour

A walking tour first around workshops and studios on Chasmay Road Campus. This includes The Sewing Cafe, a training centre for graduates of the Evangeline Life Skills Project. And award-winning Zizamele Ceramics hosted by its founder and director, Toni Burton.

Then we’ll drive to the popular public library. Voyokazi Tatana, its head, will give us a glimpse of its activities. Its former librarian, Sue Alexander, will speak about its arts ‘graduates’ and success stories.

We finish with Nonny’s home-made, classic isiXhosa lunch in her house nearby.

Don’t miss out of this township tour with a difference.

Date: to be confirmed (Oct or Nov 2018 likely)
Venue: Chasmay Road Campus, Masiphumelele
Time: 10 – 13:30
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60 Alma Road , Rosebank, Western Cape, South Africa

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Local resident, community activist, and qualified guide, Bilqees Baker, takes us on a Bo-Kaap walking tour to private, sacred and public spaces. We visit the so-called slave tree, South Africa’s oldest mosque, Cape Town’s leading spice shop, and community projects. We’ll also learn about the country’s first political prisoners, slave history and problems with large property developments. We finish with a homemade Cape Malay lunch in Bilqees’ friend’s house, Neesa Bosch, on Wale Street.
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Bo-Kaap Walking Tour, Slave Route & Cape Malay Lunch

Local resident, community activist, and qualified guide, Bilqees Baker, takes us on a Bo-Kaap walking tour to private, sacred and public spaces. We visit the so-called slave tree, South Africa’s oldest mosque, Cape Town’s leading spice shop, and community projects. We’ll also learn about the country’s first political prisoners, slave history and problems with large property developments. We finish with a homemade Cape Malay lunch in Bilqees’ friend’s house, Neesa Bosch, on Wale Street.
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60 Alma Road , Rosebank, Western Cape, South Africa

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Scenic drive through Sea Point, Clifton and Camps Bay


Stop at Maiden’s Cove for photos


Continue to Hout Bay, stop at Hout Bay harbour


Group Tour – Optional boat trip to Seal Island @ own expense


Private Tour – Boat trip to Seal Islandboat incl. in price


Continue via Chapman’s Peak Drive – one of the most beautiful scenic drives in the Western Province


Stop for photos


Next stop Noordhoek


Here you have the option to taste some local roasted coffee – its the best in the region – @ own expense


Optional – Wine tasting at the Cape Point Vineyards, specializing in white wine – 1 of the best Sauvignon Blanc’s


Continue to Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope


Optional – Lunch at Cape point or Cape Point Vineyards – @ own expense


Next stop Boulder’s Beach in Simon’s town where you can meet the African Penguins


Continue along False Bay, on your way back to the own


En route drive through Muizenberg – where the locals fetch water from the mountain


There are souvenir shops and markets at Hout Bay, Cape Point and Boulder’s Beach.
R1,200.00
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Cape Peninsula Tour- per person

Scenic drive through Sea Point, Clifton and Camps Bay


Stop at Maiden’s Cove for photos


Continue to Hout Bay, stop at Hout Bay harbour


Group Tour – Optional boat trip to Seal Island @ own expense


Private Tour – Boat trip to Seal Islandboat incl. in price


Continue via Chapman’s Peak Drive – one of the most beautiful scenic drives in the Western Province


Stop for photos


Next stop Noordhoek


Here you have the option to taste some local roasted coffee – its the best in the region – @ own expense


Optional – Wine tasting at the Cape Point Vineyards, specializing in white wine – 1 of the best Sauvignon Blanc’s


Continue to Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope


Optional – Lunch at Cape point or Cape Point Vineyards – @ own expense


Next stop Boulder’s Beach in Simon’s town where you can meet the African Penguins


Continue along False Bay, on your way back to the own


En route drive through Muizenberg – where the locals fetch water from the mountain


There are souvenir shops and markets at Hout Bay, Cape Point and Boulder’s Beach.
R1200.00
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1, 1 St Augustine Road Montaque Village Lavender Hill Steenberg Cape Town South Africa 7945, Lavender Hill, Western Cape, South Africa

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This expert guided day trip takes you to the beautiful Cederberg mountain conservancy 2.5 hours outside Cape Town. We will walk an easy 5km trail to view one of the best open-air galleries of San Bushmen rock art accessible from Cape Town. See this fine art and experience the ancient landscape that was once home to the stone-age hunter-gatherer San people.

This tour departs 7am in the winter (1 Apr – 30 Sept)
and 6am in the summer (1 Oct – 31 March).
You're will be back in the city by s???undown.
R2,200.00
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Cape Town Outside specialises in expert guided day trips in the city, on the Cape Peninsula, up the coast and into the mountains.


San Bushmen ‍‍‍Rock Painting - (A Cape Town Outside specialty trip)

This expert guided day trip takes you to the beautiful Cederberg mountain conservancy 2.5 hours outside Cape Town. We will walk an easy 5km trail to view one of the best open-air galleries of San Bushmen rock art accessible from Cape Town. See this fine art and experience the ancient landscape that was once home to the stone-age hunter-gatherer San people.

This tour departs 7am in the winter (1 Apr – 30 Sept)
and 6am in the summer (1 Oct – 31 March).
You're will be back in the city by s???undown.
R2200.00
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, 18 Armour Road, Hout Bay, Western Cape, South Africa

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Depart from Cape Town

First stop Stellenbosch – the second oldest town in South Africa

Visit 2 wine farms for a wine tasting

Lunch in Franschhoek

Visit 3rd wine farm

Stop for photos at Mandela’s Statue at Drakenstein Correctional Centre

Back to Cape Town
R1,200.00
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Winelands Tour- per person

Depart from Cape Town

First stop Stellenbosch – the second oldest town in South Africa

Visit 2 wine farms for a wine tasting

Lunch in Franschhoek

Visit 3rd wine farm

Stop for photos at Mandela’s Statue at Drakenstein Correctional Centre

Back to Cape Town
R1200.00
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1, 1 St Augustine Road Montaque Village Lavender Hill Steenberg Cape Town South Africa 7945, Lavender Hill, Western Cape, South Africa

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Depart: 07:30 | Return: 13:00

First stop Table Mountain. Cable car ticket @ own expense
Stop at Signal Hill for photos
Scenic drive through Camps Bay, Clifton and Sea Point
Stop at Maiden’s Cove for photos
Drive through the V&A Waterfront
Drive through Cape Town city
Visit the Noon Gun
Visit the Bo- Kaap (Cape Malay Quarters)
Visit a Diamond Factory.
(excl. Table Mountain cable car ticket)
R650.00
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City Tour- Per person

Depart: 07:30 | Return: 13:00

First stop Table Mountain. Cable car ticket @ own expense
Stop at Signal Hill for photos
Scenic drive through Camps Bay, Clifton and Sea Point
Stop at Maiden’s Cove for photos
Drive through the V&A Waterfront
Drive through Cape Town city
Visit the Noon Gun
Visit the Bo- Kaap (Cape Malay Quarters)
Visit a Diamond Factory.
(excl. Table Mountain cable car ticket)
R650.00
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1, 1 St Augustine Road Montaque Village Lavender Hill Steenberg Cape Town South Africa 7945, Lavender Hill, Western Cape, South Africa

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(Payment must be made 1 month in advance)



Depart: 08:00 | Return: 17:00 – 18:00



Day 1



Depart from Cape Town

Tea break and leg stretch at Riviersonderend (2hrs drive out of Cape Town)

Lunch break at Albertinia – @ own expense

Drive to Knysna – check into hotel

Guided sunset boat ride to Knysna Heads

Dinner at Knysna Waterfront – @ own expense

Day 2



Pick-up at 08:00

Visit the Cango Caves in Oudtshoorn

Visit the Ostrich farm – optional lunch @ own expense

Visit the Cango Wildlife Ranch

Enjoy some refreshments after a busy day

Head back to Knysna

The rest of the day you are free to explore the town or just relax

Day 3



Pick-up at 09:30

Start heading back to Cape Town

Optional skydiving at Mossel Bay, on our way back to Cape Town – @ own expense

Includes:



All entrance fees in Oudtshoorn

Guided sunset boat ride to Knysna Heads

Breakfast (lunch & dinner @ own expense)

Optional airport transfer @R450
R15,000.00
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Garden Route Tour- Per person-(Payment must be made 1 month in advance)

(Payment must be made 1 month in advance)



Depart: 08:00 | Return: 17:00 – 18:00



Day 1



Depart from Cape Town

Tea break and leg stretch at Riviersonderend (2hrs drive out of Cape Town)

Lunch break at Albertinia – @ own expense

Drive to Knysna – check into hotel

Guided sunset boat ride to Knysna Heads

Dinner at Knysna Waterfront – @ own expense

Day 2



Pick-up at 08:00

Visit the Cango Caves in Oudtshoorn

Visit the Ostrich farm – optional lunch @ own expense

Visit the Cango Wildlife Ranch

Enjoy some refreshments after a busy day

Head back to Knysna

The rest of the day you are free to explore the town or just relax

Day 3



Pick-up at 09:30

Start heading back to Cape Town

Optional skydiving at Mossel Bay, on our way back to Cape Town – @ own expense

Includes:



All entrance fees in Oudtshoorn

Guided sunset boat ride to Knysna Heads

Breakfast (lunch & dinner @ own expense)

Optional airport transfer @R450
R15000.00
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1, 1 St Augustine Road Montaque Village Lavender Hill Steenberg Cape Town South Africa 7945, Lavender Hill, Western Cape, South Africa

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Depart: 07:30 | Return: 17:00 – 18:00

Visit Table Mountain
Stop at Maiden’s Cove for photos
Drive via Chapman’s Peak Drive – one of the most beautiful scenic drives in the Western Province
Visit Cape of Good Hope
Visit Cape Point
Visit Boulder’s Beach in Simon’s town where you can meet the African Penguins
Drive to Stellenbosch
Optional lunch @ own expense
Visit 2 wine farms in Stellenbosch
Back to Cape Town
R2,500.00
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Best of the Cape Tour- Per person

Depart: 07:30 | Return: 17:00 – 18:00

Visit Table Mountain
Stop at Maiden’s Cove for photos
Drive via Chapman’s Peak Drive – one of the most beautiful scenic drives in the Western Province
Visit Cape of Good Hope
Visit Cape Point
Visit Boulder’s Beach in Simon’s town where you can meet the African Penguins
Drive to Stellenbosch
Optional lunch @ own expense
Visit 2 wine farms in Stellenbosch
Back to Cape Town
R2500.00
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1, 1 St Augustine Road Montaque Village Lavender Hill Steenberg Cape Town South Africa 7945, Lavender Hill, Western Cape, South Africa

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Depart: 09:00 | Return: 17:00 – 18:00

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Create your own Tour- per peson

Depart: 09:00 | Return: 17:00 – 18:00

Enquire about available options for around the Cape by your tour guide
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1, 1 St Augustine Road Montaque Village Lavender Hill Steenberg Cape Town South Africa 7945, Lavender Hill, Western Cape, South Africa

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Take this off-the-beaten-track knowledgeable guided day trip around the Cape Peninsula. We'll visit some the iconic places on the peninsula on some places off the beaten path. ??You'll experience the landmark Cape of Good Hope and learn about the history, culture and rich natural heritage of the Cape. We will have flexibility to stop en route for photos shoots, coffee and shopping in quaint Kalk Bay fishing village, you'll see the famous penguin colony, learn about the giant surf at Dungeons,??? drive the spectacular cliff-side Chapman’s Peak road and round it off with sundowners in trendy Camps Bay
R1,600.00
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CapeTownOutside


Cape Town Outside specialises in expert guided day trips in the city, on the Cape Peninsula, up the coast and into the mountains.


Iconic Cape Town in a day

Take this off-the-beaten-track knowledgeable guided day trip around the Cape Peninsula. We'll visit some the iconic places on the peninsula on some places off the beaten path. ??You'll experience the landmark Cape of Good Hope and learn about the history, culture and rich natural heritage of the Cape. We will have flexibility to stop en route for photos shoots, coffee and shopping in quaint Kalk Bay fishing village, you'll see the famous penguin colony, learn about the giant surf at Dungeons,??? drive the spectacular cliff-side Chapman’s Peak road and round it off with sundowners in trendy Camps Bay
R1600.00
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Vendor : CapeTownOutside Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, 18 Armour Road, Hout Bay, Western Cape, South Africa

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Visit 3 to 5 off-the-beaten-path boutique estates for wine tasting. This professionally guided day trip is flexible to suit your preferences which we can discuss en route in the hour’s drive out of the City of Cape Town to the Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl winelands. We'll introduce you to some really special wines
R1,400.00
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CapeTownOutside


Cape Town Outside specialises in expert guided day trips in the city, on the Cape Peninsula, up the coast and into the mountains.


The Cape Winelands off the beaten track

Visit 3 to 5 off-the-beaten-path boutique estates for wine tasting. This professionally guided day trip is flexible to suit your preferences which we can discuss en route in the hour’s drive out of the City of Cape Town to the Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl winelands. We'll introduce you to some really special wines
R1400.00
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Vendor : CapeTownOutside Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, 18 Armour Road, Hout Bay, Western Cape, South Africa

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This professionally guided half-day trip will take you wine tasting in Cape Town's beautiful mountainside vineyards. lncluded is a guided visit to the historic Groot Constantia Cape Dutch homestead, the manor house of the first vineyard in the country and a cellar tour to show you how wine is made.
R900.00
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CapeTownOutside


Cape Town Outside specialises in expert guided day trips in the city, on the Cape Peninsula, up the coast and into the mountains.


Constantia win‍‍‍elands

This professionally guided half-day trip will take you wine tasting in Cape Town's beautiful mountainside vineyards. lncluded is a guided visit to the historic Groot Constantia Cape Dutch homestead, the manor house of the first vineyard in the country and a cellar tour to show you how wine is made.
R900.00
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Vendor : CapeTownOutside Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, 18 Armour Road, Hout Bay, Western Cape, South Africa

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Situated on the South-West tip of Africa, Cape Town and Western Cape are recognised as one of most beautiful places on earth. Offering a range of attractions, breath-taking sights and endless activities. It is a year round holiday destination with friendly people, a mild climate and rich cultural heritage.

Affectionately nicknamed The Mother City of South Africa nestles in one of most dramatic scenic settings of any city on earth. Cradled by the imposing bulk of Table Mountain, Devil’s Peak and Lion’s Head- This is the famed Tavern of the Seas – a vital heaven for the world seafarers. On this sight seen and walking tour we will visit Parliament and Company Gardens – walking tour, driving through District Six, Bo Kaap, City Hall, and The Castle of Good Hope – Key ceremony, Sparkling tour to 2 famous Jewellery shops.

Services: A/C Transport, Qualified Certified Tour guide, Driver, entrée fees are included.

Start: 09.00: Duration 08 hours.

Rate: From $ 120.00 p.p.

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Rozigal Tours


We are an award-winning tour company that specializes in individual tour packages. Rozigal Tours takes its name from Bulgaria’s national flower, the Rose. Established in 1992, we excel in arranging inbound and outbound tours.


Cape Town and the Mother City

Situated on the South-West tip of Africa, Cape Town and Western Cape are recognised as one of most beautiful places on earth. Offering a range of attractions, breath-taking sights and endless activities. It is a year round holiday destination with friendly people, a mild climate and rich cultural heritage.

Affectionately nicknamed The Mother City of South Africa nestles in one of most dramatic scenic settings of any city on earth. Cradled by the imposing bulk of Table Mountain, Devil’s Peak and Lion’s Head- This is the famed Tavern of the Seas – a vital heaven for the world seafarers. On this sight seen and walking tour we will visit Parliament and Company Gardens – walking tour, driving through District Six, Bo Kaap, City Hall, and The Castle of Good Hope – Key ceremony, Sparkling tour to 2 famous Jewellery shops.

Services: A/C Transport, Qualified Certified Tour guide, Driver, entrée fees are included.

Start: 09.00: Duration 08 hours.

Rate: From $ 120.00 p.p.

Vendor : Rozigal Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Anderson square ,unit 9, Anderson Square ap 9, Good Wood, Goodwood, Western Cape, South Africa

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Going up Table Mountain on 1,860 metres by Cable Car is unforgettable and the view from the top of the Mountain is one of the most impressive views of Cape Town and Cape Peninsula. Table Mountain is flat -topped mountain forming a prominent landmark overlooking the city of Cape Town in South Africa and is featured on the flag of Cape Town and other local Government insignia. After coming down we will visit world renowned for the beauty and diversity of the Cape flora it displays and for the magnificence of its setting against the eastern slopes of Table Mountain. Kirsten bosh grows only indigenous South African plants and is cover 528 hectares and supports a diverse fynbos flora and natural forest. Only 60 hectares are cultivated. The garden is under UNESKO protection as the smallest garden in the world with more than 7,000 different species.

Our tour will continue driving via Kloof Nek from where is beautiful view to Indian Ocean. We will stop to visit Groot Constantia- first wine farm started export wines to Europe. We will visit museum of Simon’s Van der Stell and have wine tour with tasting of 5 types of wines.

Services: A/C Transport, Qualified Certified Tour guide, Driver, entrée fees are included.

Start: 09.00: Duration 08 hours.

Rate: From $ 130.00 p. p
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Rozigal Tours


We are an award-winning tour company that specializes in individual tour packages. Rozigal Tours takes its name from Bulgaria’s national flower, the Rose. Established in 1992, we excel in arranging inbound and outbound tours.


Table Mountain and Kirstenbosch

Going up Table Mountain on 1,860 metres by Cable Car is unforgettable and the view from the top of the Mountain is one of the most impressive views of Cape Town and Cape Peninsula. Table Mountain is flat -topped mountain forming a prominent landmark overlooking the city of Cape Town in South Africa and is featured on the flag of Cape Town and other local Government insignia. After coming down we will visit world renowned for the beauty and diversity of the Cape flora it displays and for the magnificence of its setting against the eastern slopes of Table Mountain. Kirsten bosh grows only indigenous South African plants and is cover 528 hectares and supports a diverse fynbos flora and natural forest. Only 60 hectares are cultivated. The garden is under UNESKO protection as the smallest garden in the world with more than 7,000 different species.

Our tour will continue driving via Kloof Nek from where is beautiful view to Indian Ocean. We will stop to visit Groot Constantia- first wine farm started export wines to Europe. We will visit museum of Simon’s Van der Stell and have wine tour with tasting of 5 types of wines.

Services: A/C Transport, Qualified Certified Tour guide, Driver, entrée fees are included.

Start: 09.00: Duration 08 hours.

Rate: From $ 130.00 p. p
Vendor : Rozigal Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Anderson square ,unit 9, Anderson Square ap 9, Good Wood, Goodwood, Western Cape, South Africa

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Breath-taking scenic beauty contrasts with the harsh rugged conditions of the most south-westerly edge of the African continent. The richest empire of the world with the greatest conservation of plant species. Approximately 600 Erica species live there, on the rest of the world only 26! We will travel along the Atlantic Coast through the well-known upmarket suburbs of Clifton, Camps Bay. We will stop in Hout Bay for on optional cruise to Duiker (Seal) Island , or walk on the Harbour , our tour continue via panorama route Chapman’s Peak, stop for pictures and visit the jackass penguins at Boulders’ Beach. It is time for lunch at Black Marlin restaurant with delicious sea foods delicatessen and more. We will continue to our last point- Cape of Good Hope National Reserve. You will visit Cape Point where you can ascend the forbidding cliffs by funicular (optional). We will return via Scarborough and OU Kaapse Weg to the city in the late afternoon and drop of at your hotel or airport.

Services: A/C Transport, Qualified Certified Tour guide, Driver, entrée fees, Lunch are included

Start: 09.00. Duration 09 hours

Rate: From $ 150.00 p.p.

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Rozigal Tours


We are an award-winning tour company that specializes in individual tour packages. Rozigal Tours takes its name from Bulgaria’s national flower, the Rose. Established in 1992, we excel in arranging inbound and outbound tours.


Cape Point and Cape Peninsula

Breath-taking scenic beauty contrasts with the harsh rugged conditions of the most south-westerly edge of the African continent. The richest empire of the world with the greatest conservation of plant species. Approximately 600 Erica species live there, on the rest of the world only 26! We will travel along the Atlantic Coast through the well-known upmarket suburbs of Clifton, Camps Bay. We will stop in Hout Bay for on optional cruise to Duiker (Seal) Island , or walk on the Harbour , our tour continue via panorama route Chapman’s Peak, stop for pictures and visit the jackass penguins at Boulders’ Beach. It is time for lunch at Black Marlin restaurant with delicious sea foods delicatessen and more. We will continue to our last point- Cape of Good Hope National Reserve. You will visit Cape Point where you can ascend the forbidding cliffs by funicular (optional). We will return via Scarborough and OU Kaapse Weg to the city in the late afternoon and drop of at your hotel or airport.

Services: A/C Transport, Qualified Certified Tour guide, Driver, entrée fees, Lunch are included

Start: 09.00. Duration 09 hours

Rate: From $ 150.00 p.p.

Vendor : Rozigal Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Anderson square ,unit 9, Anderson Square ap 9, Good Wood, Goodwood, Western Cape, South Africa

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When one reflects on the splendours of the Cape – lush green valleys, rugged mountains, azure seas and sky- than the Cape win lands are usually the top list. Visitors pour into the Western Cape to experience our viticulture, restored Cape Dutch farmsteads with their distinctive gables and thatched roofs, and the mountains that form dramatic backdrop to all of this. Cape win lands are some of the most scenic in the world and wine tourism is one of South Africa’s fastest growing industries. South Africa also has the largest number of Fair-trade certified wineries in the world and the biggest single Fairtrade accredited project worldwide was recently launched at Du Toitskloof Cellar in Rawsonville in the Western Cape. The Cape‘s wine lands stretch from the coast to the plains of the Little Karoo, where grapes are also growing in the riverine valleys. There is currently some 560 wineries and 4,400 primary producers of vineyards in the Cape, divided by the Wine of Origin Scheme into 4 main regions. The Breede River Valley, The Little Karoo, Coastal and Oliphant’s River. Nestled between towering mountains in the beautiful Cape wine lands lies the magnificent Franschoek Valley . This is the food and wine heartland of the country, where splendid wines are grown

And our top chefs create international cuisine. Here breath-taking scenery, warm hospitality, world class cuisine and the finest wines all combine to create lasting memories. Spectacular vineyards cover these mountain slopes settled more than 300 years ago by the Huguenots , who brought with them their age- old French wine and food culture. This is a valley rich in history cantered around a picturesque village of friendly, welcoming people. Only 50 minutes from Cape Town, Franschoek is ideal base while exploring the entire Cape wine lands. We will visit Stellenbosch, panorama tour and wine tasting with chocolate pairing, Franschoek stop for picture and some shopping, Picnic lunch in Crocodile farm with visit to farm (optional), Second wine farm visit for wine tasting pairing with cheese and last city – Paarl sightseen tour and visit Taal monument the only one in the world. Return to Cape Town hotel or airport to travel back.

Services: Transport A/C , Certified Tour guide, Driver

Start: 09.00; Duration – 09 hours

Rate:From $ 150.00
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Rozigal Tours


We are an award-winning tour company that specializes in individual tour packages. Rozigal Tours takes its name from Bulgaria’s national flower, the Rose. Established in 1992, we excel in arranging inbound and outbound tours.


Cape Winelands Tour

When one reflects on the splendours of the Cape – lush green valleys, rugged mountains, azure seas and sky- than the Cape win lands are usually the top list. Visitors pour into the Western Cape to experience our viticulture, restored Cape Dutch farmsteads with their distinctive gables and thatched roofs, and the mountains that form dramatic backdrop to all of this. Cape win lands are some of the most scenic in the world and wine tourism is one of South Africa’s fastest growing industries. South Africa also has the largest number of Fair-trade certified wineries in the world and the biggest single Fairtrade accredited project worldwide was recently launched at Du Toitskloof Cellar in Rawsonville in the Western Cape. The Cape‘s wine lands stretch from the coast to the plains of the Little Karoo, where grapes are also growing in the riverine valleys. There is currently some 560 wineries and 4,400 primary producers of vineyards in the Cape, divided by the Wine of Origin Scheme into 4 main regions. The Breede River Valley, The Little Karoo, Coastal and Oliphant’s River. Nestled between towering mountains in the beautiful Cape wine lands lies the magnificent Franschoek Valley . This is the food and wine heartland of the country, where splendid wines are grown

And our top chefs create international cuisine. Here breath-taking scenery, warm hospitality, world class cuisine and the finest wines all combine to create lasting memories. Spectacular vineyards cover these mountain slopes settled more than 300 years ago by the Huguenots , who brought with them their age- old French wine and food culture. This is a valley rich in history cantered around a picturesque village of friendly, welcoming people. Only 50 minutes from Cape Town, Franschoek is ideal base while exploring the entire Cape wine lands. We will visit Stellenbosch, panorama tour and wine tasting with chocolate pairing, Franschoek stop for picture and some shopping, Picnic lunch in Crocodile farm with visit to farm (optional), Second wine farm visit for wine tasting pairing with cheese and last city – Paarl sightseen tour and visit Taal monument the only one in the world. Return to Cape Town hotel or airport to travel back.

Services: Transport A/C , Certified Tour guide, Driver

Start: 09.00; Duration – 09 hours

Rate:From $ 150.00
Vendor : Rozigal Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Anderson square ,unit 9, Anderson Square ap 9, Good Wood, Goodwood, Western Cape, South Africa

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Cape Town historical City tour - most interesting places of attraction. History, culture and traditions of Malay Quarter - Bo-Kaap colorful Streets. Excursions to museums and to the oldest surviving building in South Africa – «Castle of Good Hope». The origin of the castle dates back to Jan van Riebeeck, who arrived here in 1652. This is the oldest surviving building and well preserved too, the pentagonal fortress built by personnel of the Dutch East India Company back in the 1660s-70s, Walking tour thru Company Gardens and Waterfront Victoria and Alfred. Trip to Robben Island- Boat trip to Robben Island whose prison was once home to former South African president Nelson Mandela as well as many other apartheid political freedom fighters. Visit the Robben Island Museum and a tour around the island. Return to hotel.

Services: A/C Transport, Qualified, Certified Tour Guide, Driver entrée fees include

Start: 09.00 a.m., Duration: 8 hours.

Rate: $ 120.00 p.p
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Rozigal Tours


We are an award-winning tour company that specializes in individual tour packages. Rozigal Tours takes its name from Bulgaria’s national flower, the Rose. Established in 1992, we excel in arranging inbound and outbound tours.


City Tour and Robben Island Trip

Cape Town historical City tour - most interesting places of attraction. History, culture and traditions of Malay Quarter - Bo-Kaap colorful Streets. Excursions to museums and to the oldest surviving building in South Africa – «Castle of Good Hope». The origin of the castle dates back to Jan van Riebeeck, who arrived here in 1652. This is the oldest surviving building and well preserved too, the pentagonal fortress built by personnel of the Dutch East India Company back in the 1660s-70s, Walking tour thru Company Gardens and Waterfront Victoria and Alfred. Trip to Robben Island- Boat trip to Robben Island whose prison was once home to former South African president Nelson Mandela as well as many other apartheid political freedom fighters. Visit the Robben Island Museum and a tour around the island. Return to hotel.

Services: A/C Transport, Qualified, Certified Tour Guide, Driver entrée fees include

Start: 09.00 a.m., Duration: 8 hours.

Rate: $ 120.00 p.p
Vendor : Rozigal Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Anderson square ,unit 9, Anderson Square ap 9, Good Wood, Goodwood, Western Cape, South Africa

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Cape Agulhas (10 hours) - the meeting place of the Indian and Atlantic oceans. Cape Agulhas is the official point where the cold Benguela current of the Atlantic Ocean and the warm Agulhas current of the Indian Ocean meets. It is the most Southern point of the African continent, which coast is also known as the "Graveyard of the ships". Cape Agulhas Museum and Lighthouse are the witnesses of numerous maritime disasters. Shipwrecks are of great interest to divers in this place.

Highlights: Sir Lowry’s pass, Orchard farm stall- stop for refreshment, Botriver, Caledon, Visit Struisbaai beach the Lighthouse at Cape Aghulas.

Servises: A/C Transport, Qualified, Certified Tour Guide, Driver, all entrée fees include.

Start: -07.00 a.m. 10-12 hours

Rate:$ 180.00
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Rozigal Tours


We are an award-winning tour company that specializes in individual tour packages. Rozigal Tours takes its name from Bulgaria’s national flower, the Rose. Established in 1992, we excel in arranging inbound and outbound tours.


Cape Aghulas

Cape Agulhas (10 hours) - the meeting place of the Indian and Atlantic oceans. Cape Agulhas is the official point where the cold Benguela current of the Atlantic Ocean and the warm Agulhas current of the Indian Ocean meets. It is the most Southern point of the African continent, which coast is also known as the "Graveyard of the ships". Cape Agulhas Museum and Lighthouse are the witnesses of numerous maritime disasters. Shipwrecks are of great interest to divers in this place.

Highlights: Sir Lowry’s pass, Orchard farm stall- stop for refreshment, Botriver, Caledon, Visit Struisbaai beach the Lighthouse at Cape Aghulas.

Servises: A/C Transport, Qualified, Certified Tour Guide, Driver, all entrée fees include.

Start: -07.00 a.m. 10-12 hours

Rate:$ 180.00
Vendor : Rozigal Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Anderson square ,unit 9, Anderson Square ap 9, Good Wood, Goodwood, Western Cape, South Africa

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Historic Tour Lambert’s Bay
Discover the rich history of the early inhabitants of the West Coast at Steenbokfontein caves where the oldest known examples of parietal art (wall paintings) in South Africa was found.
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Experience the beautiful vineyards, mountains and vistas of South Africa's wine country with me, a registered Tour Guide specializing in Food & Agri tourism.


Lambert’s Bay Tours

Historic Tour Lambert’s Bay
Discover the rich history of the early inhabitants of the West Coast at Steenbokfontein caves where the oldest known examples of parietal art (wall paintings) in South Africa was found.
Vendor : WWWTours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

1101Winetender, 15 Jasuslalandi street , Lamberts Bay, Western Cape, South Africa

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Discover "The Diamond of the West Coast" with a walk through history of Lambert’s Bay.
The harbour with folk tales of fishing, counting of snoek and the building of the harbour and breakwater walls.
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Experience the beautiful vineyards, mountains and vistas of South Africa's wine country with me, a registered Tour Guide specializing in Food & Agri tourism.


Lambert’s Bay Town Tour

Discover "The Diamond of the West Coast" with a walk through history of Lambert’s Bay.
The harbour with folk tales of fishing, counting of snoek and the building of the harbour and breakwater walls.
Vendor : WWWTours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

1101Winetender, 15 Jasuslalandi street , Lamberts Bay, Western Cape, South Africa

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Discover the smallest Wine Route in South Africa, Lambert’s Bay Wine Route and as we stop off at Kookfontein Wine Farm, Teubes Family Wines and West Coast Brewery.
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Experience the beautiful vineyards, mountains and vistas of South Africa's wine country with me, a registered Tour Guide specializing in Food & Agri tourism.


Lambert's Bay Wine & Beer Tour

Discover the smallest Wine Route in South Africa, Lambert’s Bay Wine Route and as we stop off at Kookfontein Wine Farm, Teubes Family Wines and West Coast Brewery.
Vendor : WWWTours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

1101Winetender, 15 Jasuslalandi street , Lamberts Bay, Western Cape, South Africa

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Namaqua Wine & Beer Tour
Join us for a fun day of exploring the Namaqua Wine Route and the rural towns of Graafwater, Klawer, Spruitdrift, Vredendal, Lutzville, Strandfontein and Doornbay.
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Experience the beautiful vineyards, mountains and vistas of South Africa's wine country with me, a registered Tour Guide specializing in Food & Agri tourism.


Cederberg Tours

Namaqua Wine & Beer Tour
Join us for a fun day of exploring the Namaqua Wine Route and the rural towns of Graafwater, Klawer, Spruitdrift, Vredendal, Lutzville, Strandfontein and Doornbay.
Vendor : WWWTours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

1101Winetender, 15 Jasuslalandi street , Lamberts Bay, Western Cape, South Africa

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Total time: Approximately 7-8 hours.
Please note that the entry fee to the Cape Point Nature Reserve is excluded.

A scenic ride to Cape Point via Camps Bay, Hout Bay, the world famous Chapman’s Peak Drive (if open), Kommetjie, and Misty Cliffs. The return trip from Cape Point will be via Simonstown, stopping at the penguin colony at Boulders Beach, Fish Hoek, scenic Boyes Drive, along the M3 stopping at Rhodes Memorial. Tour excludes entry to Cape Point Nature Reserve.

Cape Point is a spectacular, narrow finger of land, covered in endemic fynbos and home to picturesque bays, beaches, rolling green hills and valleys. It falls within the Cape Floral Region, a World Heritage Site, and is the most southerly point within the Good Hope section of Table Mountain National Park. The Cape Floral Region is one of the richest areas for plants in the world – it is home to nearly 20% of Africa’s flora.

Apart from the spectacular view, you’ll be able to see the most powerful lighthouse on the South African coast, which helps guide ships safely through perilous waters that have seen to the end of many a vessel.

Look out, too, for pelagic birds of which there are a large variety, zebra, eland, and the many species of reptiles and small mammals. Chacma baboons are common here, especially at the point itself. Don’t be tempted to feed the baboons and rather stay well away, as they can be aggressive.

Cape Point is open daily and is a must-see.

N.B. CAPE TOWN TRIKE TOURS values and respects the environment in which we live and travel, and it is requested that clients do the same.
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Cape Town Trike Tours


CAPE TOWN TRIKE TOURS was born out of an idea that Cape Town tourism needed something new, innovative, and exciting with regards to guided day tours, trike tours was born


The Cape Point Tour

Total time: Approximately 7-8 hours.
Please note that the entry fee to the Cape Point Nature Reserve is excluded.

A scenic ride to Cape Point via Camps Bay, Hout Bay, the world famous Chapman’s Peak Drive (if open), Kommetjie, and Misty Cliffs. The return trip from Cape Point will be via Simonstown, stopping at the penguin colony at Boulders Beach, Fish Hoek, scenic Boyes Drive, along the M3 stopping at Rhodes Memorial. Tour excludes entry to Cape Point Nature Reserve.

Cape Point is a spectacular, narrow finger of land, covered in endemic fynbos and home to picturesque bays, beaches, rolling green hills and valleys. It falls within the Cape Floral Region, a World Heritage Site, and is the most southerly point within the Good Hope section of Table Mountain National Park. The Cape Floral Region is one of the richest areas for plants in the world – it is home to nearly 20% of Africa’s flora.

Apart from the spectacular view, you’ll be able to see the most powerful lighthouse on the South African coast, which helps guide ships safely through perilous waters that have seen to the end of many a vessel.

Look out, too, for pelagic birds of which there are a large variety, zebra, eland, and the many species of reptiles and small mammals. Chacma baboons are common here, especially at the point itself. Don’t be tempted to feed the baboons and rather stay well away, as they can be aggressive.

Cape Point is open daily and is a must-see.

N.B. CAPE TOWN TRIKE TOURS values and respects the environment in which we live and travel, and it is requested that clients do the same.
Vendor : Cape Town Trike Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Trike Tours - A new way, 194 Radio Road, Mikpunt Klipheuwel, Durbanville, Western Cape, South Africa

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Your open option tour. You tell us where you want to go, when you want to leave, how long you want to stay...and we`ll do it for you.

There are no restrictions on the route or the destination other than that you must be able to complete your tour from start to finish in daylight hours, unless it is a more than one day tour, and the tour must be within the province of the Western Cape.

Obvioulsy, we can`t quote a price until we know the detail, so why not go to our bookings page (or phone us) and send it to us now! We`ll get back to you as soon as possible.

N.B. CAPE TOWN TRIKE TOURS values and respects the environment in which we live and travel, and it is requested that clients do the same.
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Cape Town Trike Tours


CAPE TOWN TRIKE TOURS was born out of an idea that Cape Town tourism needed something new, innovative, and exciting with regards to guided day tours, trike tours was born


The Custom Tour

Your open option tour. You tell us where you want to go, when you want to leave, how long you want to stay...and we`ll do it for you.

There are no restrictions on the route or the destination other than that you must be able to complete your tour from start to finish in daylight hours, unless it is a more than one day tour, and the tour must be within the province of the Western Cape.

Obvioulsy, we can`t quote a price until we know the detail, so why not go to our bookings page (or phone us) and send it to us now! We`ll get back to you as soon as possible.

N.B. CAPE TOWN TRIKE TOURS values and respects the environment in which we live and travel, and it is requested that clients do the same.
Vendor : Cape Town Trike Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Trike Tours - A new way, 194 Radio Road, Mikpunt Klipheuwel, Durbanville, Western Cape, South Africa

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Total time: Approximately 8 hours

A scenic ride to Hermanus via the N2 to the Strand, Gordens Bay, the breathtakingly beautiful Clarence Drive (more below) to Rooi Els, Kleinmond, and Hermanus. Return via the Houwhoek Pass to Grabouw, the majestic Sir Lowry’s Pass back along the N2.

The scenic R44 Clarence Drive departs from Gordons Bay to Rooiels, Pringle Bay, Betty`s Bay and Kleinmond along a steep coastal road carved from rocky sea cliffs. There are magnificent views across False Bay to Table Mountain and the rest of the Cape Peninsula.

Clarence Drive provides pleasant whale watching spots, all along the route where you can stop and watch the Southern Right Whales visit the sheltered shallow bays of the South African coastline each year. Clarence Drive leads through the Kogelberg Biosphere, the first and only Biosphere in South Africa to be proclaimed by United Nations` Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO): a testament to the stunning diversity and large number of its flowering plants, many of which are found nowhere else in the fynbos biome. The whole Hangklip-Kleinmond area (Rooiels, Pringle Bay, Betty`s Bay and Kleinmond) is to be managed according to international principles, which aim to combine conservation, sustainable use of natural resources and wise development.

Hermanus:
With its unparalleled scenic beauty, modern infrastructure, upmarket shops and endless adventure options, it’s little wonder that Hermanus has grown in size and popularity during the last decade. Visitors from near and far flock to the town to enjoy its many charms while local residents and homeowners savour the privilege of living in this unique region.

N.B. CAPE TOWN TRIKE TOURS values and respects the environment in which we live and travel, and it is requested that clients do the same.
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Cape Town Trike Tours


CAPE TOWN TRIKE TOURS was born out of an idea that Cape Town tourism needed something new, innovative, and exciting with regards to guided day tours, trike tours was born


The Hermanus Tour

Total time: Approximately 8 hours

A scenic ride to Hermanus via the N2 to the Strand, Gordens Bay, the breathtakingly beautiful Clarence Drive (more below) to Rooi Els, Kleinmond, and Hermanus. Return via the Houwhoek Pass to Grabouw, the majestic Sir Lowry’s Pass back along the N2.

The scenic R44 Clarence Drive departs from Gordons Bay to Rooiels, Pringle Bay, Betty`s Bay and Kleinmond along a steep coastal road carved from rocky sea cliffs. There are magnificent views across False Bay to Table Mountain and the rest of the Cape Peninsula.

Clarence Drive provides pleasant whale watching spots, all along the route where you can stop and watch the Southern Right Whales visit the sheltered shallow bays of the South African coastline each year. Clarence Drive leads through the Kogelberg Biosphere, the first and only Biosphere in South Africa to be proclaimed by United Nations` Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO): a testament to the stunning diversity and large number of its flowering plants, many of which are found nowhere else in the fynbos biome. The whole Hangklip-Kleinmond area (Rooiels, Pringle Bay, Betty`s Bay and Kleinmond) is to be managed according to international principles, which aim to combine conservation, sustainable use of natural resources and wise development.

Hermanus:
With its unparalleled scenic beauty, modern infrastructure, upmarket shops and endless adventure options, it’s little wonder that Hermanus has grown in size and popularity during the last decade. Visitors from near and far flock to the town to enjoy its many charms while local residents and homeowners savour the privilege of living in this unique region.

N.B. CAPE TOWN TRIKE TOURS values and respects the environment in which we live and travel, and it is requested that clients do the same.
Vendor : Cape Town Trike Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Trike Tours - A new way, 194 Radio Road, Mikpunt Klipheuwel, Durbanville, Western Cape, South Africa

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Total time: Approximately 2 to 3 hours. Please note that Signal Hill sunset tours are not available over weekends. Please also note that no Signal Hill sunset tours will be given as from Dec 15th to Jan 15th. The Chapmans Peak sunset tour however, will still be available during this period as well as during weekends.

For the romantic at heart...collection from hotel or residence approx. 2 hours before sunset. We travel through Cape Town, along Sea Point to Camps Bay, and then up onto Signal Hill where you will enjoy a bottle of sparkling wine and some finger snacks (included) while you watch the magnificent African sunset over the Atlantic Ocean with Robben Island in the background.

Please note that this tour can also take place on Chapmans Peak via Hout bay at a cost of R1700-00. To complete the perfect day, why not combine this tour with one of our other tours...speak to us for a special package.

Collection for both sunset tours is at the V&A Waterfront motorcycle parking area, right opposite Ferryman`s pub approx. 2 hours before sunset. Collection time will obviously vary during the year. Once your booking has been secured you will be notified of the collection time.

Romantic love reaches out in little ways, showing attention and admiration. Surprise the love of your life with this unforgettable Sunset tour. The action of taking that special person on the Sunset tour whispers: “You are the most special person in my life.”
About Signal Hill
In 1660 Van Riebeeck established a look-out post at Kloof Nek and in 1668 a temporary look-out was also established on Signal Hill which was 100 metres higher. The first flag was hoisted and the guns fired on 27.03.1673 to announce the arrival of the Alkmaar. A month later the flagstaff was split in two by lightning as was to happen a number of times in the future

Signal Hill was also the start of a point-to-point signalling system. By gun or the hoisting of flags messages could be sent to Salt River, Tygerberg, Muldersvlei, Paarl etc. until the whole colony was alerted to any danger in a matter of hours.

For three and a half centuries Signal Hill has played a prominent part in the lives of Capetonians and a display of its past history could broaden the experience and add considerably to the interest of tourists and local visitors to the area.

N.B. CAPE TOWN TRIKE TOURS values and respects the environment in which we live and travel, and it is requested that clients do the same.
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Cape Town Trike Tours


CAPE TOWN TRIKE TOURS was born out of an idea that Cape Town tourism needed something new, innovative, and exciting with regards to guided day tours, trike tours was born


The Sunset Tour

Total time: Approximately 2 to 3 hours. Please note that Signal Hill sunset tours are not available over weekends. Please also note that no Signal Hill sunset tours will be given as from Dec 15th to Jan 15th. The Chapmans Peak sunset tour however, will still be available during this period as well as during weekends.

For the romantic at heart...collection from hotel or residence approx. 2 hours before sunset. We travel through Cape Town, along Sea Point to Camps Bay, and then up onto Signal Hill where you will enjoy a bottle of sparkling wine and some finger snacks (included) while you watch the magnificent African sunset over the Atlantic Ocean with Robben Island in the background.

Please note that this tour can also take place on Chapmans Peak via Hout bay at a cost of R1700-00. To complete the perfect day, why not combine this tour with one of our other tours...speak to us for a special package.

Collection for both sunset tours is at the V&A Waterfront motorcycle parking area, right opposite Ferryman`s pub approx. 2 hours before sunset. Collection time will obviously vary during the year. Once your booking has been secured you will be notified of the collection time.

Romantic love reaches out in little ways, showing attention and admiration. Surprise the love of your life with this unforgettable Sunset tour. The action of taking that special person on the Sunset tour whispers: “You are the most special person in my life.”
About Signal Hill
In 1660 Van Riebeeck established a look-out post at Kloof Nek and in 1668 a temporary look-out was also established on Signal Hill which was 100 metres higher. The first flag was hoisted and the guns fired on 27.03.1673 to announce the arrival of the Alkmaar. A month later the flagstaff was split in two by lightning as was to happen a number of times in the future

Signal Hill was also the start of a point-to-point signalling system. By gun or the hoisting of flags messages could be sent to Salt River, Tygerberg, Muldersvlei, Paarl etc. until the whole colony was alerted to any danger in a matter of hours.

For three and a half centuries Signal Hill has played a prominent part in the lives of Capetonians and a display of its past history could broaden the experience and add considerably to the interest of tourists and local visitors to the area.

N.B. CAPE TOWN TRIKE TOURS values and respects the environment in which we live and travel, and it is requested that clients do the same.
Vendor : Cape Town Trike Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Trike Tours - A new way, 194 Radio Road, Mikpunt Klipheuwel, Durbanville, Western Cape, South Africa

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Total time: Approximately 8 hours

Route: Along the N2 to Somerset West, over the majestic Sir Lowry’s Pass, Grabouw, the scenic Franschoek Pass to Franschoek, Hellshoogte Pass to historic Stellenbosch, for lunch and wine tasting at the Spier Wine Estate. From there we head to Simonsig Wine estate for some more wine tasting, and then back home along the N1. Two wine tastings are included in the tour price.
The fertile green valleys of the Cape Winelands are surrounded by proud mountain ranges. Towns and villages have many historic homesteads and monuments, and every so often fruit orchards are to be seen, whose produce may be found in all corners of the world. It is the Mediterranean climate and winter rainfall of the south-western Cape that produces some of the best wines in the country.

The rich, fertile soils along the Breede River Valley and especially the areas of Somerset West, Paarl, Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, have become world famous for their whites, reds, sherries, ports and brandies.

N.B. CAPE TOWN TRIKE TOURS values and respects the environment in which we live and travel, and it is requested that clients do the same.
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CAPE TOWN TRIKE TOURS was born out of an idea that Cape Town tourism needed something new, innovative, and exciting with regards to guided day tours, trike tours was born


The Winelands Tour

Total time: Approximately 8 hours

Route: Along the N2 to Somerset West, over the majestic Sir Lowry’s Pass, Grabouw, the scenic Franschoek Pass to Franschoek, Hellshoogte Pass to historic Stellenbosch, for lunch and wine tasting at the Spier Wine Estate. From there we head to Simonsig Wine estate for some more wine tasting, and then back home along the N1. Two wine tastings are included in the tour price.
The fertile green valleys of the Cape Winelands are surrounded by proud mountain ranges. Towns and villages have many historic homesteads and monuments, and every so often fruit orchards are to be seen, whose produce may be found in all corners of the world. It is the Mediterranean climate and winter rainfall of the south-western Cape that produces some of the best wines in the country.

The rich, fertile soils along the Breede River Valley and especially the areas of Somerset West, Paarl, Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, have become world famous for their whites, reds, sherries, ports and brandies.

N.B. CAPE TOWN TRIKE TOURS values and respects the environment in which we live and travel, and it is requested that clients do the same.
Vendor : Cape Town Trike Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Trike Tours - A new way, 194 Radio Road, Mikpunt Klipheuwel, Durbanville, Western Cape, South Africa

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The first photo stop is at Maiden’s Cove. From this magnificent lookout visitors have a glimpse of Cape Town’s beaches awarded blue flag status by The Discovery Travel Channel and also rated by Forbes as one of the Top 10 Topless beaches in the world.





The tour then continues through Camps Bay, along the curved coastal road set against the Twelve Apostles en route to Hout Bay, a charming fishing hamlet set in one of many valleys along the Atlantic Seaboard of the Cape Peninsula. Here we visit the historical and still-working fishing harbor where visitors get to test their bargaining skills against that of the local crafters as you browse for souvenirs. In Hout Bay you can enjoy some of the best fish and chips in the world. Alternatively guests can (on their own account) also take this opportunity to enjoy a short boat trip to Seal Island where more than 70 000 South African fur seals laze around on the rocks or frolic in the freezing water of the Atlantic.





Leaving Hout Bay, guests are treated to one of the highlights of the day: Chapman’s Peak Drive. Carved out of the face of the near-vertical western flank of the mountain range, this spectacular drive was regarded as a major engineering feat at its completion. This dramatic drive ends with panoramic views across the bay and an overview of the 8km long, unspoiled soft white sandy beaches of Noordhoek.





Now the tour makes its way toward the crème de la crème, the best of the best: The Cape of Good Hope. Situated in 17 750 hectares of nature reserve and home to a variety of wildlife, this expanse of land has captured the imagination of European sailors from the moment they first laid eyes upon it. From the still functional lighthouse at the most south western point of the African continent, guests overlook the mythical place where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meets.





After leaving The Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, the tour continues to Boulders Beach, where guests are afforded the unique opportunity to view a colony of African Jackass Penguins at close range. This endangered land-based penguin colony at Boulders Beach is one of only a few in the world, and viewing is facilitated by the recently constructed boardwalks taking you within a few meters of the birds.





The tour then continues through Simons Town, home to the South African Navy. One last mountain pass offers guests their first panoramic view across False Bay, the Indian Ocean and the greater peninsula before making the journey back into the city. A visit to Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens is optional on our return to the city.All prices for day tours include entry fee to Nature


Reserve and Wine Tasting only.
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Roots Africa Tours offers comfortable, guided tours in luxury, air-conditioned vehicles, led by South African Tourism-registered guides. Operating seven days a week, the company also offers various other options, including a tailor-made itinerary.


CAPE POINT & PENINSULA TOUR

The first photo stop is at Maiden’s Cove. From this magnificent lookout visitors have a glimpse of Cape Town’s beaches awarded blue flag status by The Discovery Travel Channel and also rated by Forbes as one of the Top 10 Topless beaches in the world.





The tour then continues through Camps Bay, along the curved coastal road set against the Twelve Apostles en route to Hout Bay, a charming fishing hamlet set in one of many valleys along the Atlantic Seaboard of the Cape Peninsula. Here we visit the historical and still-working fishing harbor where visitors get to test their bargaining skills against that of the local crafters as you browse for souvenirs. In Hout Bay you can enjoy some of the best fish and chips in the world. Alternatively guests can (on their own account) also take this opportunity to enjoy a short boat trip to Seal Island where more than 70 000 South African fur seals laze around on the rocks or frolic in the freezing water of the Atlantic.





Leaving Hout Bay, guests are treated to one of the highlights of the day: Chapman’s Peak Drive. Carved out of the face of the near-vertical western flank of the mountain range, this spectacular drive was regarded as a major engineering feat at its completion. This dramatic drive ends with panoramic views across the bay and an overview of the 8km long, unspoiled soft white sandy beaches of Noordhoek.





Now the tour makes its way toward the crème de la crème, the best of the best: The Cape of Good Hope. Situated in 17 750 hectares of nature reserve and home to a variety of wildlife, this expanse of land has captured the imagination of European sailors from the moment they first laid eyes upon it. From the still functional lighthouse at the most south western point of the African continent, guests overlook the mythical place where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meets.





After leaving The Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, the tour continues to Boulders Beach, where guests are afforded the unique opportunity to view a colony of African Jackass Penguins at close range. This endangered land-based penguin colony at Boulders Beach is one of only a few in the world, and viewing is facilitated by the recently constructed boardwalks taking you within a few meters of the birds.





The tour then continues through Simons Town, home to the South African Navy. One last mountain pass offers guests their first panoramic view across False Bay, the Indian Ocean and the greater peninsula before making the journey back into the city. A visit to Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens is optional on our return to the city.All prices for day tours include entry fee to Nature


Reserve and Wine Tasting only.
Vendor : Roots Africa Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, 8 Allen Drive Loevenstein 7530, Bellville, Western Cape, South Africa

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The tour departs from the city, along the N1 highway en route to Paarl, Franschhoek and Stellenbosch; towns not only celebrated for their wines but also for a variety of cheeses, olives and much more.
First stop, Paarl. Originally called Tortoise Mountain by the indigenous Khoikhoi and San people, Paarl is said to have been renamed in 1657 when Dutch settlers, who after a rainstorm, saw the large granite outcrop glistening in the new sun, hence naming it “de Diamondt en de Peerlberg” (Diamond and Pearl Mountain) from which the now name “Paarl” was derived.
On our arrival at Paarl, we pass by the Afrikaans Language Monument en route to our first wine tasting stop at the Fairview Wine & Cheese Estate. Situated on 350 hectares of decomposed granite soil on the south western slopes of the Paarl Mountain, Fairview Wine Estate is one of the pioneers of wine production in the region. Guests are invited to taste and pair their favourite premier tiered wines with a variety of goats cheeses on offer in the delightfully relaxing ambiance of what was formerly one of the farm’s old wine cellars. A tour of the cellars and an overview of the production processes can be included on request.
Paarl is the third oldest town in South Africa (after Cape Town and Stellenbosch) and gained international attention on 11 February 1990 when Nelson Mandela was release from one of the prisons here, then called Victor Verster Correctional Centre. After leaving Fairview Wine Estate, we stop at the gates of the prison for a brief photo stop at Nelson Mandela’s world renowned “Long Walk to Freedom” statue before continuing to Franschhoek.
In and amongst a wealth of natural rustic beauty lay opulent wine estates that produce the crisp white wines and classic French-style red wines that this region has become known for.
Meaning “French Corner”, Franschhoek was first settled into in 1688 by French Huguenot refugees who were given land by the Dutch government. Shortly after their introduction into the region, many of the estates were named after the areas in France from which the refugees came i.e. La Motte, Champagne Estates, etc. and produced wines sought after by Napoleon, Bismarck and more.
In Franschhoek, we drive to the top of the mountain pass for a photo stop with panoramic views back across the valley. On return down the mountain pass, guests are invited to leisurely self-walk the streets of this historically preserved Cape Dutch town and browse through a variety of boutique stores. While here, guests are presented with an exquisite choice of lunch venues to choose from.
If time allows, guests are treated to another wine tasting en route to Stellenbosch.
Second only to Cape Town itself, Stellenbosch is the next oldest town and European settlement in South Africa. The town is also affectionately referred to as “Eikestad” in Afrikaans or the “City of Oaks” owing to the scores of oak trees planted by its founder to charm the streets of his new home.All prices for day tours include entry fee to Nature
Reserve and Wine Tasting only.
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Roots Africa Tours offers comfortable, guided tours in luxury, air-conditioned vehicles, led by South African Tourism-registered guides. Operating seven days a week, the company also offers various other options, including a tailor-made itinerary.


WINELANDS TOUR

The tour departs from the city, along the N1 highway en route to Paarl, Franschhoek and Stellenbosch; towns not only celebrated for their wines but also for a variety of cheeses, olives and much more.
First stop, Paarl. Originally called Tortoise Mountain by the indigenous Khoikhoi and San people, Paarl is said to have been renamed in 1657 when Dutch settlers, who after a rainstorm, saw the large granite outcrop glistening in the new sun, hence naming it “de Diamondt en de Peerlberg” (Diamond and Pearl Mountain) from which the now name “Paarl” was derived.
On our arrival at Paarl, we pass by the Afrikaans Language Monument en route to our first wine tasting stop at the Fairview Wine & Cheese Estate. Situated on 350 hectares of decomposed granite soil on the south western slopes of the Paarl Mountain, Fairview Wine Estate is one of the pioneers of wine production in the region. Guests are invited to taste and pair their favourite premier tiered wines with a variety of goats cheeses on offer in the delightfully relaxing ambiance of what was formerly one of the farm’s old wine cellars. A tour of the cellars and an overview of the production processes can be included on request.
Paarl is the third oldest town in South Africa (after Cape Town and Stellenbosch) and gained international attention on 11 February 1990 when Nelson Mandela was release from one of the prisons here, then called Victor Verster Correctional Centre. After leaving Fairview Wine Estate, we stop at the gates of the prison for a brief photo stop at Nelson Mandela’s world renowned “Long Walk to Freedom” statue before continuing to Franschhoek.
In and amongst a wealth of natural rustic beauty lay opulent wine estates that produce the crisp white wines and classic French-style red wines that this region has become known for.
Meaning “French Corner”, Franschhoek was first settled into in 1688 by French Huguenot refugees who were given land by the Dutch government. Shortly after their introduction into the region, many of the estates were named after the areas in France from which the refugees came i.e. La Motte, Champagne Estates, etc. and produced wines sought after by Napoleon, Bismarck and more.
In Franschhoek, we drive to the top of the mountain pass for a photo stop with panoramic views back across the valley. On return down the mountain pass, guests are invited to leisurely self-walk the streets of this historically preserved Cape Dutch town and browse through a variety of boutique stores. While here, guests are presented with an exquisite choice of lunch venues to choose from.
If time allows, guests are treated to another wine tasting en route to Stellenbosch.
Second only to Cape Town itself, Stellenbosch is the next oldest town and European settlement in South Africa. The town is also affectionately referred to as “Eikestad” in Afrikaans or the “City of Oaks” owing to the scores of oak trees planted by its founder to charm the streets of his new home.All prices for day tours include entry fee to Nature
Reserve and Wine Tasting only.
Vendor : Roots Africa Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, 8 Allen Drive Loevenstein 7530, Bellville, Western Cape, South Africa

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Departing from Cape Town city centre, the first stop is in the Bo Kaap. Here we discuss why the arrival of a small expedition of Dutch sailors in 1652 proved to be a monumental turning point in the South African history. Taking a short walk along the romantic cobble stone streets between the brightly coloured homes, your tour guide explains how the framework for racial segregation was established.

Passing some of Cape Town’s landmarks, a short drive brings us to District 6 where we elaborate on the next tier in the South African story: Apartheid South Africa. Once in District 6, we drive through the now decaying ruins of what once was a flourishing mixed race community where 60 000 people lived and worked, but was demolished only to be reserved exclusively for whites. We further elaborate on the introduction of Apartheid, the legislation to justify the demolition of District 6, and the consequences thereof.

The journey continues to Langa, the oldest Black African Township in Cape Town. Along the way we elaborate on the restrictive legislation introduced by the Apartheid regime to enforce racial segregation. On arrival in Langa, we have a photo stop at the site that commemorates the student uprising of 1976, discuss the Pass Laws and the barracks built for African migrant workers.
Now en route to Khayelitsha, we start introducing the last (but most important) leg of the tour: The New South Africa. On arrival in Khayelitsha, reputed to be the largest and fastest growing township in South Africa, the first stop is at the Philani Health and Nutrition Project where guests interact with local mothers who participate in a Women’s Empowerment Programme initiated by Swedish doctor, Dr. Ingrid le Roux.

Depending on a range of variables (i.e. day of the week, time of day, size of the group, etc.) the tour takes on a variety of formats to best suit the guests on the day. Options include visiting a school where guests are entertained by the choir; always an overwhelming experience. Alternately a visit to the Iliso Care Society, a multi faceted outreach programme that includes a soup kitchen, day care centre, sewing project and youth choir amongst other things. Regardless of the format, every single encounter promises to be a potentially life changing experience where cultural values and personal experiences are exchanged at first hand with the locals.
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Roots Africa Tours offers comfortable, guided tours in luxury, air-conditioned vehicles, led by South African Tourism-registered guides. Operating seven days a week, the company also offers various other options, including a tailor-made itinerary.


TOWNSHIP TOUR

Departing from Cape Town city centre, the first stop is in the Bo Kaap. Here we discuss why the arrival of a small expedition of Dutch sailors in 1652 proved to be a monumental turning point in the South African history. Taking a short walk along the romantic cobble stone streets between the brightly coloured homes, your tour guide explains how the framework for racial segregation was established.

Passing some of Cape Town’s landmarks, a short drive brings us to District 6 where we elaborate on the next tier in the South African story: Apartheid South Africa. Once in District 6, we drive through the now decaying ruins of what once was a flourishing mixed race community where 60 000 people lived and worked, but was demolished only to be reserved exclusively for whites. We further elaborate on the introduction of Apartheid, the legislation to justify the demolition of District 6, and the consequences thereof.

The journey continues to Langa, the oldest Black African Township in Cape Town. Along the way we elaborate on the restrictive legislation introduced by the Apartheid regime to enforce racial segregation. On arrival in Langa, we have a photo stop at the site that commemorates the student uprising of 1976, discuss the Pass Laws and the barracks built for African migrant workers.
Now en route to Khayelitsha, we start introducing the last (but most important) leg of the tour: The New South Africa. On arrival in Khayelitsha, reputed to be the largest and fastest growing township in South Africa, the first stop is at the Philani Health and Nutrition Project where guests interact with local mothers who participate in a Women’s Empowerment Programme initiated by Swedish doctor, Dr. Ingrid le Roux.

Depending on a range of variables (i.e. day of the week, time of day, size of the group, etc.) the tour takes on a variety of formats to best suit the guests on the day. Options include visiting a school where guests are entertained by the choir; always an overwhelming experience. Alternately a visit to the Iliso Care Society, a multi faceted outreach programme that includes a soup kitchen, day care centre, sewing project and youth choir amongst other things. Regardless of the format, every single encounter promises to be a potentially life changing experience where cultural values and personal experiences are exchanged at first hand with the locals.
Vendor : Roots Africa Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, 8 Allen Drive Loevenstein 7530, Bellville, Western Cape, South Africa

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Designed to orientate you both culturally and geographically, the city tour dazzles visitors from its historical beginnings to its breath taking views across the city and ocean.

Not to be missed, a Cape Town city tour offers a taste of the thriving Mother City within the shelter of Table Mountain, one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Amongst the Mother City’s top attractions, you will find a fascinating selection ranging from the impressive Castle of Good Hope to the vibrant and multi-coloured cottages of the Bo Kaap, the lively Green Market Square, the South African Museum, the beautiful Company Gardens and plenty more.

From the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle, accompanied by an experienced and knowledgeable guide, Cape Town’s fantastic scenery, Mediterranean climate and friendly people will leave you wanting more. One of the world’s favourite holiday destinations, you will be able to learn more about the city’s surrounds and culture as the tour is sure to create lasting memories.

It is impossible to picture Cape Town without the iconic outline of Table Mountain in the background. The view from below is one thing, but it is quite another to be atop the mountain. Here one is afforded breathtaking uninterrupted panoramic views of Cape Town, Robben Island; the Peninsula with its beautiful beaches and beyond. A flat plateau gives this mountain its unique shape and when the conditions are right a mass of cloud streams over the edge, giving the mountain its table cloth. Visitors and locals alike flock to the mountain for hiking, sight-seeing and other activities.

The city was established as a Dutch halfway station in the 16th century, providing protection and refreshment to weary sailors on their journey around the tip of Africa on route to the Dutch East India. What would become a boiling pot of cultural diversities and foreign influences, it grew steadily through the centuries off French and Dutch settlers, Indonesian and Madagascan slaves as well as English colonists
The Castle of Good Hope is a star fort built in the 17th century. Originally located on the coastline of Table Bay, following land reclamation the fort is now located in the heart of the city. The Castle is the oldest existing colonial building in South Africa and is considered the best preserved example of a Dutch East Indian Company fort in the world which also serves as a museum.

Positioned up against the neckline of Signal Hill, the Malay Quarter (also known as the Bo-Kaap) is a charming and energetic area that was somehow bypassed in the forced removal policies of the Apartheid government. In the early 18th century, a multitude of slaves from Java, Ceylon and other Far Eastern regions were brought to Cape Town, with their descendants known as the Cape Malay’s having settled here after slavery was abolished. This area is characterised by its multi-coloured cottages and steep cobbled streets, as well as its exotic Malay culture. No tours in the Mother City would be complete without a visit to the Bo-Kaap.
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Roots Africa Tours offers comfortable, guided tours in luxury, air-conditioned vehicles, led by South African Tourism-registered guides. Operating seven days a week, the company also offers various other options, including a tailor-made itinerary.


CITY TOUR & TABLE MOUNTAIN

Designed to orientate you both culturally and geographically, the city tour dazzles visitors from its historical beginnings to its breath taking views across the city and ocean.

Not to be missed, a Cape Town city tour offers a taste of the thriving Mother City within the shelter of Table Mountain, one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Amongst the Mother City’s top attractions, you will find a fascinating selection ranging from the impressive Castle of Good Hope to the vibrant and multi-coloured cottages of the Bo Kaap, the lively Green Market Square, the South African Museum, the beautiful Company Gardens and plenty more.

From the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle, accompanied by an experienced and knowledgeable guide, Cape Town’s fantastic scenery, Mediterranean climate and friendly people will leave you wanting more. One of the world’s favourite holiday destinations, you will be able to learn more about the city’s surrounds and culture as the tour is sure to create lasting memories.

It is impossible to picture Cape Town without the iconic outline of Table Mountain in the background. The view from below is one thing, but it is quite another to be atop the mountain. Here one is afforded breathtaking uninterrupted panoramic views of Cape Town, Robben Island; the Peninsula with its beautiful beaches and beyond. A flat plateau gives this mountain its unique shape and when the conditions are right a mass of cloud streams over the edge, giving the mountain its table cloth. Visitors and locals alike flock to the mountain for hiking, sight-seeing and other activities.

The city was established as a Dutch halfway station in the 16th century, providing protection and refreshment to weary sailors on their journey around the tip of Africa on route to the Dutch East India. What would become a boiling pot of cultural diversities and foreign influences, it grew steadily through the centuries off French and Dutch settlers, Indonesian and Madagascan slaves as well as English colonists
The Castle of Good Hope is a star fort built in the 17th century. Originally located on the coastline of Table Bay, following land reclamation the fort is now located in the heart of the city. The Castle is the oldest existing colonial building in South Africa and is considered the best preserved example of a Dutch East Indian Company fort in the world which also serves as a museum.

Positioned up against the neckline of Signal Hill, the Malay Quarter (also known as the Bo-Kaap) is a charming and energetic area that was somehow bypassed in the forced removal policies of the Apartheid government. In the early 18th century, a multitude of slaves from Java, Ceylon and other Far Eastern regions were brought to Cape Town, with their descendants known as the Cape Malay’s having settled here after slavery was abolished. This area is characterised by its multi-coloured cottages and steep cobbled streets, as well as its exotic Malay culture. No tours in the Mother City would be complete without a visit to the Bo-Kaap.
Vendor : Roots Africa Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, 8 Allen Drive Loevenstein 7530, Bellville, Western Cape, South Africa

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Guests are guided along a power packed full day tour to see the best of the Cape Peninsula and Winelands in one all-encompassing round trip. This tour is ideal for visitors who wish to enjoy the best of the Mother City in just one day.

Full Day 09h00 – 18h00

The tour departs from the scenic city bowl situated at the foot of Table Mountain, along the curved coastal road set against the Twelve Apostles en route to The Cape of Good Hope. Then through Simons Town via the Indian Ocean en route to Winelands to enjoy a short walk through and wine tasting in the 18th century Cape Dutch styled historical heart of the South African wine region.
The tour now makes its way toward the crème de la crème, the best of the best: The Cape of Good Hope. Situated in 17 750 hectares of nature reserve and home to a variety of wildlife, this expanse of land has captured the imagination of European sailors from the moment they first laid eyes upon it. From the still functional lighthouse at the most south western point of the African continent, guest overlook the mythical place where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet.

After leaving The Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, the tour continues to Boulders Beach, where guests are afforded the unique opportunity to view a colony of African Jackass Penguins for own account, one of only a few in the world.

The tour continues through Simons Town, home to the South African Navy. A short drive through this coastal town – named after the Dutch governor Simon van der Stel – leads guests along either the coastal roads of Fish Hoek or alternatively the mountain pass via Silver Mines; both offering the guests their first panoramic views across the endless beaches of the False Bay, the Indian Ocean and the greater peninsula.

The tour continues onto and along the R310 coastal road with 20kms of unprecedented panoramic views of the False Bay coast line before cutting inland en route to the Winelands.

Once in the Winelands, we journey to Stellenbosch for a short walk between the quaint galleries, charming restaurants and bustling coffee shops now set in and amongst this 18th century Cape Dutch styled historical heart of the South African wine region. Here guests enjoy a final wine tasting before returning to Cape Town.All prices for day tours include entry fee to Nature
Reserve and Wine Tasting only.
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Roots Africa Tours


Roots Africa Tours offers comfortable, guided tours in luxury, air-conditioned vehicles, led by South African Tourism-registered guides. Operating seven days a week, the company also offers various other options, including a tailor-made itinerary.


GRAND COMBO

Guests are guided along a power packed full day tour to see the best of the Cape Peninsula and Winelands in one all-encompassing round trip. This tour is ideal for visitors who wish to enjoy the best of the Mother City in just one day.

Full Day 09h00 – 18h00

The tour departs from the scenic city bowl situated at the foot of Table Mountain, along the curved coastal road set against the Twelve Apostles en route to The Cape of Good Hope. Then through Simons Town via the Indian Ocean en route to Winelands to enjoy a short walk through and wine tasting in the 18th century Cape Dutch styled historical heart of the South African wine region.
The tour now makes its way toward the crème de la crème, the best of the best: The Cape of Good Hope. Situated in 17 750 hectares of nature reserve and home to a variety of wildlife, this expanse of land has captured the imagination of European sailors from the moment they first laid eyes upon it. From the still functional lighthouse at the most south western point of the African continent, guest overlook the mythical place where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet.

After leaving The Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, the tour continues to Boulders Beach, where guests are afforded the unique opportunity to view a colony of African Jackass Penguins for own account, one of only a few in the world.

The tour continues through Simons Town, home to the South African Navy. A short drive through this coastal town – named after the Dutch governor Simon van der Stel – leads guests along either the coastal roads of Fish Hoek or alternatively the mountain pass via Silver Mines; both offering the guests their first panoramic views across the endless beaches of the False Bay, the Indian Ocean and the greater peninsula.

The tour continues onto and along the R310 coastal road with 20kms of unprecedented panoramic views of the False Bay coast line before cutting inland en route to the Winelands.

Once in the Winelands, we journey to Stellenbosch for a short walk between the quaint galleries, charming restaurants and bustling coffee shops now set in and amongst this 18th century Cape Dutch styled historical heart of the South African wine region. Here guests enjoy a final wine tasting before returning to Cape Town.All prices for day tours include entry fee to Nature
Reserve and Wine Tasting only.
Vendor : Roots Africa Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, 8 Allen Drive Loevenstein 7530, Bellville, Western Cape, South Africa

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GARDEN ROUTE: 4 x Days/ 3 x Nights
Day 1:
Travel through the scenic mountains of the Little Karoo with its changing scenery from lush farmland to semi-desert areas, making this a day full of surprises before arriving among warm welcomes at our B&B venue.
Overnight in Oudtshoorn
Day 2:
Awake to the freshness of the Karoo. After a hearty breakfast we visit the world famous Cango Caves, for a fascinating guided tour.
We then set off to the Crocodile and Cheetah Farm to see these pre-historic creatures and cats.
Even more fascinating is the ostrich farm where to stop for a lunch break and tour.
The afternoon brings us over the mountains through George and the Wilderness en route to Knysna
Overnight in Knysna
Day 3:
After breakfast we depart for a private Game Reserve where we join an exhilarating game drive for an excellent chance of experiencing close encounters with rhinoceros, lion, buffalo, giraffe, black impala etc, before ending the day with an afternoon at leisure.
Overnight in Knysna
Day 4:
We depart for the small southern Cape harbour town of Mossel Bay for a visit to the Dias Museum, built on the site where the Portuguese explorers first met the indigenous Khoi in 1488.
After a short lunch break we leave for Cape Town via the farmlands and rolling hills of the Overberg Region.
END OF TOUR
Note: Cost includes entrance fees specified, accommodation and breakfasts.
Lunches, dinners, drinks and items of a personal nature are excluded.
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Roots Africa Tours


Roots Africa Tours offers comfortable, guided tours in luxury, air-conditioned vehicles, led by South African Tourism-registered guides. Operating seven days a week, the company also offers various other options, including a tailor-made itinerary.


GARDEN ROUTE TOUR

GARDEN ROUTE: 4 x Days/ 3 x Nights
Day 1:
Travel through the scenic mountains of the Little Karoo with its changing scenery from lush farmland to semi-desert areas, making this a day full of surprises before arriving among warm welcomes at our B&B venue.
Overnight in Oudtshoorn
Day 2:
Awake to the freshness of the Karoo. After a hearty breakfast we visit the world famous Cango Caves, for a fascinating guided tour.
We then set off to the Crocodile and Cheetah Farm to see these pre-historic creatures and cats.
Even more fascinating is the ostrich farm where to stop for a lunch break and tour.
The afternoon brings us over the mountains through George and the Wilderness en route to Knysna
Overnight in Knysna
Day 3:
After breakfast we depart for a private Game Reserve where we join an exhilarating game drive for an excellent chance of experiencing close encounters with rhinoceros, lion, buffalo, giraffe, black impala etc, before ending the day with an afternoon at leisure.
Overnight in Knysna
Day 4:
We depart for the small southern Cape harbour town of Mossel Bay for a visit to the Dias Museum, built on the site where the Portuguese explorers first met the indigenous Khoi in 1488.
After a short lunch break we leave for Cape Town via the farmlands and rolling hills of the Overberg Region.
END OF TOUR
Note: Cost includes entrance fees specified, accommodation and breakfasts.
Lunches, dinners, drinks and items of a personal nature are excluded.
Vendor : Roots Africa Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, 8 Allen Drive Loevenstein 7530, Bellville, Western Cape, South Africa

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GARDEN ROUTE: 4 x Days/ 3 x Nights
Day 1:
Travel through the scenic mountains of the Little Karoo with its changing scenery from lush farmland to semi-desert areas, making this a day full of surprises before arriving among warm welcomes at our B&B venue.
Overnight in Oudtshoorn
Day 2:
Awake to the freshness of the Karoo. After a hearty breakfast we visit the world famous Cango Caves, for a fascinating guided tour.
We then set off to the Crocodile and Cheetah Farm to see these pre-historic creatures and cats.
Even more fascinating is the ostrich farm where to stop for a lunch break and tour.
The afternoon brings us over the mountains through George and the Wilderness en route to Knysna
Overnight in Knysna
Day 3:
After breakfast we depart for a private Game Reserve where we join an exhilarating game drive for an excellent chance of experiencing close encounters with rhinoceros, lion, buffalo, giraffe, black impala etc, before ending the day with an afternoon at leisure.
Overnight in Knysna
Day 4:
We depart for the small southern Cape harbour town of Mossel Bay for a visit to the Dias Museum, built on the site where the Portuguese explorers first met the indigenous Khoi in 1488.
After a short lunch break we leave for Cape Town via the farmlands and rolling hills of the Overberg Region.
END OF TOUR
Note: Cost includes entrance fees specified, accommodation and breakfasts.
Lunches, dinners, drinks and items of a personal nature are excluded.
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Roots Africa Tours


Roots Africa Tours offers comfortable, guided tours in luxury, air-conditioned vehicles, led by South African Tourism-registered guides. Operating seven days a week, the company also offers various other options, including a tailor-made itinerary.


GARDEN ROUTE TOUR

GARDEN ROUTE: 4 x Days/ 3 x Nights
Day 1:
Travel through the scenic mountains of the Little Karoo with its changing scenery from lush farmland to semi-desert areas, making this a day full of surprises before arriving among warm welcomes at our B&B venue.
Overnight in Oudtshoorn
Day 2:
Awake to the freshness of the Karoo. After a hearty breakfast we visit the world famous Cango Caves, for a fascinating guided tour.
We then set off to the Crocodile and Cheetah Farm to see these pre-historic creatures and cats.
Even more fascinating is the ostrich farm where to stop for a lunch break and tour.
The afternoon brings us over the mountains through George and the Wilderness en route to Knysna
Overnight in Knysna
Day 3:
After breakfast we depart for a private Game Reserve where we join an exhilarating game drive for an excellent chance of experiencing close encounters with rhinoceros, lion, buffalo, giraffe, black impala etc, before ending the day with an afternoon at leisure.
Overnight in Knysna
Day 4:
We depart for the small southern Cape harbour town of Mossel Bay for a visit to the Dias Museum, built on the site where the Portuguese explorers first met the indigenous Khoi in 1488.
After a short lunch break we leave for Cape Town via the farmlands and rolling hills of the Overberg Region.
END OF TOUR
Note: Cost includes entrance fees specified, accommodation and breakfasts.
Lunches, dinners, drinks and items of a personal nature are excluded.
Vendor : Roots Africa Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, 8 Allen Drive Loevenstein 7530, Bellville, Western Cape, South Africa

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An historical trip to where Mandela was imprisoned during apartheid.

Walk to Freedom & Robben Island

Full Day – Ferry inclusive, Excludes return transfer –
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Roots Africa Tours


Roots Africa Tours offers comfortable, guided tours in luxury, air-conditioned vehicles, led by South African Tourism-registered guides. Operating seven days a week, the company also offers various other options, including a tailor-made itinerary.


ROBBEN ISLAND

An historical trip to where Mandela was imprisoned during apartheid.

Walk to Freedom & Robben Island

Full Day – Ferry inclusive, Excludes return transfer –
Vendor : Roots Africa Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, 8 Allen Drive Loevenstein 7530, Bellville, Western Cape, South Africa

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This full day tour will take you all the way around the Cape Peninsula to some of Cape Town's most preserved locations - Beginning in Hout bay harbour, nested in the secluded fishing town. The road onwards to the tip of the Peninsula traverses the Capes most scenic route, Chapman's Peak drive. Visit one of the last remaining African Penguin colonies and take a walk in the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.








Who is this tour suited for?


Difficulty rating:


Low - Light walking suitable for most fitness levels





Travel style:


Group Travel or Private





Group:


Small Group (Max:10)



Full itinerary
09:00 - Collection at your lodging

09:30 - Hout bay harbour

10:00 - Goodhope Nature Reserve (Cape Point)

12:00 - Boulders (African Penguin Colony)

13:00 - Lunch stop in Simonstown

14:00 - Kalk Bay town walk

15:00 - Kirstenbosch gardens

17:00 - Drop off at Lodging
What's Included


Entrance fee to the Cape of Goodhope nature Reserve


Entrance fee to Boulders


Entrance fee to Kirstenbosch Gardens


Driver/guide


Spacious vehicle for transport between activities


In-car WiFi




What's Excluded

Meals

Alcohol

Drinks

Personal Goodies

Snacks

Souvenirs

Tips

Extra Entrance Fees

Optional Activities

Visas
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Journey On Adventure Tours


We pride ourselves in offering flexible and unique Adventure Tours throughout Southern Africa. Our primary objective is to operate in a safe and eco-friendly manner and to positively contribute to the local communities.


Cape Peninsula Tour- Per person

This full day tour will take you all the way around the Cape Peninsula to some of Cape Town's most preserved locations - Beginning in Hout bay harbour, nested in the secluded fishing town. The road onwards to the tip of the Peninsula traverses the Capes most scenic route, Chapman's Peak drive. Visit one of the last remaining African Penguin colonies and take a walk in the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.








Who is this tour suited for?


Difficulty rating:


Low - Light walking suitable for most fitness levels





Travel style:


Group Travel or Private





Group:


Small Group (Max:10)



Full itinerary
09:00 - Collection at your lodging

09:30 - Hout bay harbour

10:00 - Goodhope Nature Reserve (Cape Point)

12:00 - Boulders (African Penguin Colony)

13:00 - Lunch stop in Simonstown

14:00 - Kalk Bay town walk

15:00 - Kirstenbosch gardens

17:00 - Drop off at Lodging
What's Included


Entrance fee to the Cape of Goodhope nature Reserve


Entrance fee to Boulders


Entrance fee to Kirstenbosch Gardens


Driver/guide


Spacious vehicle for transport between activities


In-car WiFi




What's Excluded

Meals

Alcohol

Drinks

Personal Goodies

Snacks

Souvenirs

Tips

Extra Entrance Fees

Optional Activities

Visas
Vendor : Journey On Adventure Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

7 Wicklow Gardens, 7 Wicklow Gardens, Wicklow road, Plumstead, Plumstead, Western Cape, South Africa

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Cape Town lends itself to amazing urbanscapes with the mountain and ocean in such close proximity. This Cape Town photo tour focuses on getting the best shots within the golden hours of the day. The guide/photographer leading the tour will take into consideration all the factors to ensure that you are at the best spots at the right time as well as assist you with the technical details. This tour is suited for photographers of all skill levels.


Meals can be purchased at select restaurants at or near the accommodations. Snacks provided


Who is this tour suited for?


Difficulty rating:


Low --> Light walking suitable for all fitness levels





Travel style:


Group Travel (max: 5) or Private(2 or more)





Group:


Small Group (Max:5)





Full Itinerary
Collection before sunrise or sunset.
3 hour photo session in various locations.
Drop off at lodging.

What's Included


Photography gear hire assistance


Driver/Guide/Photographer


Spacious vehicle for transport between activities


In-car WiFi






What's Excluded

Meals

Alcohol

Drinks

Personal Goodies

Extra Snacks

Souvenirs

Tips

Extra Entrance Fees

Optional Activities

Visas







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Journey On Adventure Tours


We pride ourselves in offering flexible and unique Adventure Tours throughout Southern Africa. Our primary objective is to operate in a safe and eco-friendly manner and to positively contribute to the local communities.


Cape Town Golden Hour Photo Tour

Cape Town lends itself to amazing urbanscapes with the mountain and ocean in such close proximity. This Cape Town photo tour focuses on getting the best shots within the golden hours of the day. The guide/photographer leading the tour will take into consideration all the factors to ensure that you are at the best spots at the right time as well as assist you with the technical details. This tour is suited for photographers of all skill levels.


Meals can be purchased at select restaurants at or near the accommodations. Snacks provided


Who is this tour suited for?


Difficulty rating:


Low --> Light walking suitable for all fitness levels





Travel style:


Group Travel (max: 5) or Private(2 or more)





Group:


Small Group (Max:5)





Full Itinerary
Collection before sunrise or sunset.
3 hour photo session in various locations.
Drop off at lodging.

What's Included


Photography gear hire assistance


Driver/Guide/Photographer


Spacious vehicle for transport between activities


In-car WiFi






What's Excluded

Meals

Alcohol

Drinks

Personal Goodies

Extra Snacks

Souvenirs

Tips

Extra Entrance Fees

Optional Activities

Visas







Vendor : Journey On Adventure Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

7 Wicklow Gardens, 7 Wicklow Gardens, Wicklow road, Plumstead, Plumstead, Western Cape, South Africa

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The Southern African Large Telescope, or S.A.L.T, is located just a few hours from Cape Town and is the largest telescope in the Southern Hemisphere. The skies are clear here, light pollution is minimal and the vast Karoo landscapes make for spectacular settings. The small towns in this dessert region are a relic of the past and Shepherds can be found herding their livestock along the road. A pro photographer will accompany you to assist. This is suited to all skill levels.



*Optional consultation for us to learn about your skill level to give the best assistance





Who is this tour suited for?

Difficulty rating:

Low --> Light walking suitable for all fitness levels



Travel style:

Group Travel (max: 5) or Private(2 or more)



Group:

Small Group (Max:5)


Full Itinerary
Day 1 -

Depart Cape Town in the morning.

Arrive in Sutherland around lunch time (We stop for photo ops along the way)

Spend time exploring the town and settling in

Tour of S.A.L.T



Day 2 -

Sunrise photo session

Visit and explore towns in the area

Lunch time and editing assistance

Sunset photo session

Star Clusters and Constellations viewings and presentation



Day 3 -

Sunrise photo session

Visit and explore towns in the area

Lunch time and editing assistance

Depart for Cape Town

Tour ends on arrival in Cape Town







What does this include?

What's Included

Entrance fee to Tankwa Karoo National Park

Entrance and tour of S.A.L.T

Star Clusters and Constellations viewings and presentation

Photography gear hire assistance

Free consultation

Driver/Guide/Photographer

Spacious vehicle for transport between activities

In-car WiFi



What's Excluded

Meals

Alcohol

Drinks

Personal Goodies

Extra Snacks

Souvenirs

Tips

Extra Entrance Fees

Optional Activities

Visas
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Journey On Adventure Tours


We pride ourselves in offering flexible and unique Adventure Tours throughout Southern Africa. Our primary objective is to operate in a safe and eco-friendly manner and to positively contribute to the local communities.


Star Gazer Photography Tour

The Southern African Large Telescope, or S.A.L.T, is located just a few hours from Cape Town and is the largest telescope in the Southern Hemisphere. The skies are clear here, light pollution is minimal and the vast Karoo landscapes make for spectacular settings. The small towns in this dessert region are a relic of the past and Shepherds can be found herding their livestock along the road. A pro photographer will accompany you to assist. This is suited to all skill levels.



*Optional consultation for us to learn about your skill level to give the best assistance





Who is this tour suited for?

Difficulty rating:

Low --> Light walking suitable for all fitness levels



Travel style:

Group Travel (max: 5) or Private(2 or more)



Group:

Small Group (Max:5)


Full Itinerary
Day 1 -

Depart Cape Town in the morning.

Arrive in Sutherland around lunch time (We stop for photo ops along the way)

Spend time exploring the town and settling in

Tour of S.A.L.T



Day 2 -

Sunrise photo session

Visit and explore towns in the area

Lunch time and editing assistance

Sunset photo session

Star Clusters and Constellations viewings and presentation



Day 3 -

Sunrise photo session

Visit and explore towns in the area

Lunch time and editing assistance

Depart for Cape Town

Tour ends on arrival in Cape Town







What does this include?

What's Included

Entrance fee to Tankwa Karoo National Park

Entrance and tour of S.A.L.T

Star Clusters and Constellations viewings and presentation

Photography gear hire assistance

Free consultation

Driver/Guide/Photographer

Spacious vehicle for transport between activities

In-car WiFi



What's Excluded

Meals

Alcohol

Drinks

Personal Goodies

Extra Snacks

Souvenirs

Tips

Extra Entrance Fees

Optional Activities

Visas
Vendor : Journey On Adventure Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

7 Wicklow Gardens, 7 Wicklow Gardens, Wicklow road, Plumstead, Plumstead, Western Cape, South Africa

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The Garden Route is one of the most pristine locations in Southern Africa. Eloquent towns and a blend of fascinating people have led many travellers to extend their visits.

We visit Cape Agulhas, the Southern-most tip of Africa and Knysna forest, the remains of Africa’s ancient forests. On the agenda is Whale watching, Shark cage diving and Caving in the 20 million year old Cango Caves.

This tour wraps up in Port Elizabeth known to locals as the windy city and an obvious favourite for Kite Boarders.



Who is this tour suited for?
Difficulty rating:
Low – Light walking suitable for most fitness levels

Travel style:
Group Travel or Private

Group:
Small Group (Max:10)

Full Itinerary
Day 1: Mossel Bay
Pick up at your lodging and travel via the most scenic road in the Western Cape, Clarens Drive
Visit the Stoney Point African Penguin Colony
Day 2: Oudtshoorn/ Knysna
We visit Oudtshoorn to descend into a 20 million year old cave system, the Cango Caves as well as Knysna,home of some of Africa's last remaining ancient forests. Its believed that very few wild elephant still exist in the forests.

Cango Caves
Walk in the forest (Optional)
Hike (Optional)
Canoe trip (Optional)
Evening boat cruise
We do not support the elephant park or elephant sanctuary and thus do not offer it as an activity. Thank you for understanding.

Day 3: Tsitsikamma / Plettenberg Bay
Natures Valley
Monkeyland & Birds of Eden (optional)
Tsitsikamma Nature Reserve
Plettenberg Bay
Bloukrans Bungee Jump, Highest bridge jump in the world. (Optional)
Day 4: Port Elizabeth
Port Elizabeth city tour
Addo Elephant Park Day drive

What does this include?
What’s Included
Ostrich farm visit
Evening boat cruise
Addo Elephant Park entrance fee
Driver/guide
Spacious vehicle for transport between activities
In-car WiFi
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Journey On Adventure Tours


We pride ourselves in offering flexible and unique Adventure Tours throughout Southern Africa. Our primary objective is to operate in a safe and eco-friendly manner and to positively contribute to the local communities.


Cape Garden Route Tour

The Garden Route is one of the most pristine locations in Southern Africa. Eloquent towns and a blend of fascinating people have led many travellers to extend their visits.

We visit Cape Agulhas, the Southern-most tip of Africa and Knysna forest, the remains of Africa’s ancient forests. On the agenda is Whale watching, Shark cage diving and Caving in the 20 million year old Cango Caves.

This tour wraps up in Port Elizabeth known to locals as the windy city and an obvious favourite for Kite Boarders.



Who is this tour suited for?
Difficulty rating:
Low – Light walking suitable for most fitness levels

Travel style:
Group Travel or Private

Group:
Small Group (Max:10)

Full Itinerary
Day 1: Mossel Bay
Pick up at your lodging and travel via the most scenic road in the Western Cape, Clarens Drive
Visit the Stoney Point African Penguin Colony
Day 2: Oudtshoorn/ Knysna
We visit Oudtshoorn to descend into a 20 million year old cave system, the Cango Caves as well as Knysna,home of some of Africa's last remaining ancient forests. Its believed that very few wild elephant still exist in the forests.

Cango Caves
Walk in the forest (Optional)
Hike (Optional)
Canoe trip (Optional)
Evening boat cruise
We do not support the elephant park or elephant sanctuary and thus do not offer it as an activity. Thank you for understanding.

Day 3: Tsitsikamma / Plettenberg Bay
Natures Valley
Monkeyland & Birds of Eden (optional)
Tsitsikamma Nature Reserve
Plettenberg Bay
Bloukrans Bungee Jump, Highest bridge jump in the world. (Optional)
Day 4: Port Elizabeth
Port Elizabeth city tour
Addo Elephant Park Day drive

What does this include?
What’s Included
Ostrich farm visit
Evening boat cruise
Addo Elephant Park entrance fee
Driver/guide
Spacious vehicle for transport between activities
In-car WiFi
Vendor : Journey On Adventure Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

7 Wicklow Gardens, 7 Wicklow Gardens, Wicklow road, Plumstead, Plumstead, Western Cape, South Africa

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Swartberg Mountains, Klein Karoo
All tours start in Prince Albert at Dennehof Guesthouse or we can arrange pick up at your accommodation.
We take you on a highlighted tour of the Swart Berg Pass as we climb 1000 m to “Die Top”, stopping at the Dance Floor, Die Tronk, Teeberg and Die Top. At Die Top we stop for photo opportunities. This is also our coffee and homemade rusk stop for the trip. You can have a wonder around the area admiring the entire flora. Returning we show you the road to The Hell and the history of the lost valley.

Time: any time during the day

includes :
coffee and homemade rusks at the Top
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Karoo Cycle Tours


Amazing cycle adventures, We take you on a highlighted tour of the Swart Berg Pass as we climb 1000 m to “Die Top”, stopping at the Dance Floor, Die Tronk, Teeberg and Die Top plus many more


Swartberg pass sightseeing

Swartberg Mountains, Klein Karoo
All tours start in Prince Albert at Dennehof Guesthouse or we can arrange pick up at your accommodation.
We take you on a highlighted tour of the Swart Berg Pass as we climb 1000 m to “Die Top”, stopping at the Dance Floor, Die Tronk, Teeberg and Die Top. At Die Top we stop for photo opportunities. This is also our coffee and homemade rusk stop for the trip. You can have a wonder around the area admiring the entire flora. Returning we show you the road to The Hell and the history of the lost valley.

Time: any time during the day

includes :
coffee and homemade rusks at the Top
Vendor : Karoo Cycle Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Dennehof Guesthouse, 20 Christina de Wit street Prince Albert 6930, Prince Albert, Western Cape, South Africa

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All tours start in Prince Albert at Dennehof Guesthouse or we can arrange pick up at your accommodation.
We take you on a highlighted tour of the Swart Berg Pass as we climb 1000 m to “Die Top”, stopping at the Dance Floor, Die Tronk, Teeberg and Die Top. At Die Top we stop for photo opportunities. Then it is a slow drive into the lost valley getting all the history of the inhabitants. We visiting old houses, the school, the info centre and then enjoy a traditional Karoo lunch and chat with local inhabitants at Die Hel kiosk, returning in the afternoon back to Prince Albert.

Time: Start 9am & Finish 4-5pm
includes:
lunch in Die Hell
refreshment on drive.

But we can arrange transport into the Hell for lager groups with full history Talks on the Pass & Lost Valley
(please enquire whatever your needs are) (Minimum 2 pax, Max 6 pax)
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