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Don’t miss one of the most interesting tours – a city orientation of the mother city Cape Town, the oldest town of South Africa and one of the most beautiful cities in the world!

We’ll show you the Castle and beautiful City Hall, visit the Company Garden, the Bo-kaap Malay Quarter with its funky colourful houses and walk through the city centre to the famous Greenmarket Square. And last but not least we take the cable car up Table Mountain, weather permitting. You feel like hiking up the mountain? Up to you…

We collect you at your hotel between 08h00- 08h30 and return to your hotel around 15h30.
Babuka Africa




The Mother City- Day Tour

Don’t miss one of the most interesting tours – a city orientation of the mother city Cape Town, the oldest town of South Africa and one of the most beautiful cities in the world!

We’ll show you the Castle and beautiful City Hall, visit the Company Garden, the Bo-kaap Malay Quarter with its funky colourful houses and walk through the city centre to the famous Greenmarket Square. And last but not least we take the cable car up Table Mountain, weather permitting. You feel like hiking up the mountain? Up to you…

We collect you at your hotel between 08h00- 08h30 and return to your hotel around 15h30.
Vendor : Babuka Africa

Sunclare Building 4th floor, 21 Dreyer Street, Claremont, Western Cape, South Africa

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South Africa is perfect for family travel. The family garden route & safari tour combines all the must do for children.

Not only extremely child friendly hotels, but also plenty of activities making this tour to a fantastic family experience.
Explore Cape Town and the Garden Route with the comfort of your own, child friendly guide, who will make sure to include all the fun stuff for your children.
Itinerary
DAY 1 / CAPE TOWN
On arrival at the airport, you will be greeted by your own private guide and transferred, via a little city orientation, to your hotel. Check in, time to relax and recover after this long flight with your children.

Overnight in 4 star hotel in family unit or interleading rooms
DAY 2 / CITY & CAPE PENINSULA
After breakfast your guide will pick you up and take you straight to Table Mountain for a ride in the cable car ( wheather dependent, this might have to be postponed to the afternoon).

Afterwards drive along the False Bay to Simons Town, for a visit of Scratch Patch, a mineral world for kids to play and collect some of the beautiful gemstones as a souvenir.

The drive continues to Boulders Beach, for a visit of the Penguin colony. These cute little Penguins steal everyone’s heart while waddling clumsily along the beach.

Lastly, a must see: the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, also known as the Cape of Storms. Take a walk to the lighthouse and enjoy the great panorama of the ocean.

Return to the hotel in the late afternoon.

Overnight in 4 star hotel in family or interleading rooms incl breakfast
DAY 3 / WINELANDS FOR YOUNG & OLD
After a lovely breakfast, pick up by your guide and drive to Paarl. Along the way, you stop at the Butterfly World, a tropical garden in a 1000m2 green house with an abundance of free flying exotic butterflies. Great fun for the young ones.

Thereafter you are visiting Fairview and the spice route where you have a choice of biltong tasting, beer tasting, chocolate tasting, wine tasting, grappa tasting, cheese tasting etc… :o), while the kids enjoy themselves on a playground or feeding the goats at the goat tower.

The drive continues to Stellenbosch for a visit of the toy and miniature museum ( closed on Tuesdays ). And lastly you are taken to the Cheetah encounter at Somerset West. Here the kids have the opportunity to learn about Cheetahs and touch some of the little cubs ( at an extra charge).

Return to the hotel in the afternoon.

Overnight in 4 star hotel in family or interleading rooms incl breakfast
DAY 4 / OUDTSHOORN
After breakfast check out. Your guide picks you up at your hotel at about 8am. You travel along the Klein Karoo and the Langeberg Range to Oudtshoorn, where you visit an ostrich farm and enjoy a typical BBQ lunch with ostrich steak. Thereafter you learn everything about the ostriches during an interesting tour.

Overnight in 4 Star Guesthouse incl breakfast + BBQ lunch
DAY 5 / KNYSNA
After breakfast, check out and drive over the Outeniqua Pass and along the coastal road to Knsyna. Here you take a ferry over the Knysna lagoon to Featherbed Island, a remote Nature Reserve. After enjoying a scrumptious lunch buffet, you are taken by tractor up to the highest point with magnificent views while a guide explains about fauna and flora. From here you can either walk back down and take pictures along the way or hop back onto the tractor.

After being dropped by the Ferry, you are heading to the Knysna Waterfront for some time at leisure. Here you find lovely shops with handcrafted art or just enjoy the view over the lagoon with a cup of coffee in one of the cafes.

Overnight in 4 star hotel in family or interleading rooms incl breakfast
DAY 6 / PLETTENBERG BAY
Today your guide takes you to Monkeyland Prime Sanctuary in Plettenberg Bay .This primate sanctuary is currently the top eco-tourism attraction on the Garden Route. Monkeyland has captured the hearts of visitors in it/s efforts to rehabilitate and free previously caged primates. They are free to move about the forest and this they do most harmoniously.

Afterwards walk trunk-in-hand with the elephants. See the stables where the elephants sleep at night. Guests learn about elephant anatomy and are able to feed them. On some hot or rainy days you may see the elephants swimming.

Return to the hotel in the afternoon

Overnight in 4 star hotel in family or interleading rooms incl breakfast
DAY 7 / ST FRANCIS BAY
After breakfast check out and drive to Tsitsikamma National Park. Here you go for a little walk to the Stormsriver Bridge. It’s quite a unique place, where ocean meets mountains and thus creates a jungle like rain forest. Definitely enjoyed by young and old.

The drive continues to St Francis Bay, known for its long beach, peace and tranquillity.

Overnight in 4 star hotel in family or interleading rooms incl breakfast
DAY 8 / KARIEGA GAME RESERVE
After breakfast, check out and drive to Kariega Game Reserve. Here your guide will say good bye, as you are well looked after by the rangers and the team of the lodge:

Kariega Game Reserve is a family-owned and operated private game reserve in the Eastern Cape. This malaria-free South African game park is home to some of the richest biodiversity in Southern Africa, as well as two abundant rivers – the picturesque Kariega and Bushman's Rivers.

This game lodge is perfect for travelling with children, as it’s malaria free and very childen friendly: The Main Lodge welcomes children with a complimentary play area and midday activities. These are mainly about having fun but also aimed to inspire, excite and educate.

Game Drives:
Children of all ages are encouraged to enjoy morning and afternoon game drives with their parents (as well as the river cruise). For children 5 years and under it is the ranger’s and General Manager’s discretion as to whether they can be taken to sightings of the more dangerous Big 5 wildlife for safety reasons.

Play Area:
This area is situated at Main Lodge and is ideal when the weather is bad or during evening meal times – when Mom and Dad sometimes have to deal with restless kids! The area is equipped with:
Fun and wildlife DVDs
Books, toys, puzzles, colouring-in books, play-dough, games, etc.
Black-board
Table tennis

Midday Activities:
There are children's activities on offer between 11am and 2pm. Please discuss these with your ranger.

Children will enjoy one or more of the following safari activities (weather permitting):
A guided trail within the boundaries of Main Lodge where they will learn more about their beautiful surroundings and the miracles of nature, including plants, insects and animal tracks. The group will have time to ask questions and interact with the ranger. They may be given a fun short test and will each receive a Junior Ranger Certificate
Learning how to create moulds of animal tracks using plaster of Paris. These can serve as great souvenirs from their time at Kariega
Fun and interactive games, including matching animal spoor to dung types and sounds to birds
Target practice where children can try their hand at shooting with a traditional "catty” (a safe Y shaped slingshot)
Creating Bushman paintings
Practicing wildlife survival skills demonstrated by the ranger (depending on the age of the children)
- See more at: http://www.kariega.co.za/experience/kids-on-safari#sthash.KhG2EX83.dpuf

2 overnights fully inclusive at Kariega Main Lodge ( family unit )
DAY 10 / GOOD BYE
After breakfast, check out and transfer to Port Elizabeith airport for flight back home via Cape Town or Johannesburg. Time to say good bye!
Included
registered private tour guide
luxury air-conditioned vehicle
accommodation in family unit / interleading room
entrance fees as mentioned in itinerary
transfers from/to hotel/airport
1 bottle of water / juice per person daily
Not Included
entrance fees not mentioned in itinerary
meals not mentioned in itinerary
all drinks

Babuka Africa




Family Garden Route & Safari

South Africa is perfect for family travel. The family garden route & safari tour combines all the must do for children.

Not only extremely child friendly hotels, but also plenty of activities making this tour to a fantastic family experience.
Explore Cape Town and the Garden Route with the comfort of your own, child friendly guide, who will make sure to include all the fun stuff for your children.
Itinerary
DAY 1 / CAPE TOWN
On arrival at the airport, you will be greeted by your own private guide and transferred, via a little city orientation, to your hotel. Check in, time to relax and recover after this long flight with your children.

Overnight in 4 star hotel in family unit or interleading rooms
DAY 2 / CITY & CAPE PENINSULA
After breakfast your guide will pick you up and take you straight to Table Mountain for a ride in the cable car ( wheather dependent, this might have to be postponed to the afternoon).

Afterwards drive along the False Bay to Simons Town, for a visit of Scratch Patch, a mineral world for kids to play and collect some of the beautiful gemstones as a souvenir.

The drive continues to Boulders Beach, for a visit of the Penguin colony. These cute little Penguins steal everyone’s heart while waddling clumsily along the beach.

Lastly, a must see: the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, also known as the Cape of Storms. Take a walk to the lighthouse and enjoy the great panorama of the ocean.

Return to the hotel in the late afternoon.

Overnight in 4 star hotel in family or interleading rooms incl breakfast
DAY 3 / WINELANDS FOR YOUNG & OLD
After a lovely breakfast, pick up by your guide and drive to Paarl. Along the way, you stop at the Butterfly World, a tropical garden in a 1000m2 green house with an abundance of free flying exotic butterflies. Great fun for the young ones.

Thereafter you are visiting Fairview and the spice route where you have a choice of biltong tasting, beer tasting, chocolate tasting, wine tasting, grappa tasting, cheese tasting etc… :o), while the kids enjoy themselves on a playground or feeding the goats at the goat tower.

The drive continues to Stellenbosch for a visit of the toy and miniature museum ( closed on Tuesdays ). And lastly you are taken to the Cheetah encounter at Somerset West. Here the kids have the opportunity to learn about Cheetahs and touch some of the little cubs ( at an extra charge).

Return to the hotel in the afternoon.

Overnight in 4 star hotel in family or interleading rooms incl breakfast
DAY 4 / OUDTSHOORN
After breakfast check out. Your guide picks you up at your hotel at about 8am. You travel along the Klein Karoo and the Langeberg Range to Oudtshoorn, where you visit an ostrich farm and enjoy a typical BBQ lunch with ostrich steak. Thereafter you learn everything about the ostriches during an interesting tour.

Overnight in 4 Star Guesthouse incl breakfast + BBQ lunch
DAY 5 / KNYSNA
After breakfast, check out and drive over the Outeniqua Pass and along the coastal road to Knsyna. Here you take a ferry over the Knysna lagoon to Featherbed Island, a remote Nature Reserve. After enjoying a scrumptious lunch buffet, you are taken by tractor up to the highest point with magnificent views while a guide explains about fauna and flora. From here you can either walk back down and take pictures along the way or hop back onto the tractor.

After being dropped by the Ferry, you are heading to the Knysna Waterfront for some time at leisure. Here you find lovely shops with handcrafted art or just enjoy the view over the lagoon with a cup of coffee in one of the cafes.

Overnight in 4 star hotel in family or interleading rooms incl breakfast
DAY 6 / PLETTENBERG BAY
Today your guide takes you to Monkeyland Prime Sanctuary in Plettenberg Bay .This primate sanctuary is currently the top eco-tourism attraction on the Garden Route. Monkeyland has captured the hearts of visitors in it/s efforts to rehabilitate and free previously caged primates. They are free to move about the forest and this they do most harmoniously.

Afterwards walk trunk-in-hand with the elephants. See the stables where the elephants sleep at night. Guests learn about elephant anatomy and are able to feed them. On some hot or rainy days you may see the elephants swimming.

Return to the hotel in the afternoon

Overnight in 4 star hotel in family or interleading rooms incl breakfast
DAY 7 / ST FRANCIS BAY
After breakfast check out and drive to Tsitsikamma National Park. Here you go for a little walk to the Stormsriver Bridge. It’s quite a unique place, where ocean meets mountains and thus creates a jungle like rain forest. Definitely enjoyed by young and old.

The drive continues to St Francis Bay, known for its long beach, peace and tranquillity.

Overnight in 4 star hotel in family or interleading rooms incl breakfast
DAY 8 / KARIEGA GAME RESERVE
After breakfast, check out and drive to Kariega Game Reserve. Here your guide will say good bye, as you are well looked after by the rangers and the team of the lodge:

Kariega Game Reserve is a family-owned and operated private game reserve in the Eastern Cape. This malaria-free South African game park is home to some of the richest biodiversity in Southern Africa, as well as two abundant rivers – the picturesque Kariega and Bushman's Rivers.

This game lodge is perfect for travelling with children, as it’s malaria free and very childen friendly: The Main Lodge welcomes children with a complimentary play area and midday activities. These are mainly about having fun but also aimed to inspire, excite and educate.

Game Drives:
Children of all ages are encouraged to enjoy morning and afternoon game drives with their parents (as well as the river cruise). For children 5 years and under it is the ranger’s and General Manager’s discretion as to whether they can be taken to sightings of the more dangerous Big 5 wildlife for safety reasons.

Play Area:
This area is situated at Main Lodge and is ideal when the weather is bad or during evening meal times – when Mom and Dad sometimes have to deal with restless kids! The area is equipped with:
Fun and wildlife DVDs
Books, toys, puzzles, colouring-in books, play-dough, games, etc.
Black-board
Table tennis

Midday Activities:
There are children's activities on offer between 11am and 2pm. Please discuss these with your ranger.

Children will enjoy one or more of the following safari activities (weather permitting):
A guided trail within the boundaries of Main Lodge where they will learn more about their beautiful surroundings and the miracles of nature, including plants, insects and animal tracks. The group will have time to ask questions and interact with the ranger. They may be given a fun short test and will each receive a Junior Ranger Certificate
Learning how to create moulds of animal tracks using plaster of Paris. These can serve as great souvenirs from their time at Kariega
Fun and interactive games, including matching animal spoor to dung types and sounds to birds
Target practice where children can try their hand at shooting with a traditional "catty” (a safe Y shaped slingshot)
Creating Bushman paintings
Practicing wildlife survival skills demonstrated by the ranger (depending on the age of the children)
- See more at: http://www.kariega.co.za/experience/kids-on-safari#sthash.KhG2EX83.dpuf

2 overnights fully inclusive at Kariega Main Lodge ( family unit )
DAY 10 / GOOD BYE
After breakfast, check out and transfer to Port Elizabeith airport for flight back home via Cape Town or Johannesburg. Time to say good bye!
Included
registered private tour guide
luxury air-conditioned vehicle
accommodation in family unit / interleading room
entrance fees as mentioned in itinerary
transfers from/to hotel/airport
1 bottle of water / juice per person daily
Not Included
entrance fees not mentioned in itinerary
meals not mentioned in itinerary
all drinks

Vendor : Babuka Africa

Sunclare Building 4th floor, 21 Dreyer Street, Claremont, Western Cape, South Africa

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For first timers to South Africa, the Cape Town & Garden Route is the perfect destination. The roads are well signposted and maintained that take you to beautiful areas to be explored. Don’t worry about safety – I assure you, Cape Town and the Garden Route are very safe! You just follow some rules, that apply to overseas countries as well, and you will be absolutely fine.

Most people presume it’s called the Gardenroute because of its many beautiful gardens. But in fact it’s called Gardenroute because it reminds of the Garden of Eden.

It’s a small area but of such beauty and diversity: Wilderness on the Indian Ocean with long unspoiled beaches, Knsyna – the heart of the Gardenroute surrounded by forest and a lagoon where oysters are cultivated. Oudtshoorn in the ‘Klein Karoo’, a half desert with plenty of ostrich farms, the beautiful and upmarket Plettenberg Bay with stunning views and Tsitsikamma, a tropical forest bordering the Indian Ocean.

Here is an example of a Cape Town & Garden Route Tour which can be tailor-made to your liking:

Itinerary
DAY 1 / CAPE TOWN
On arrival at Cape Town airport, transfer to your hotel / guesthouse, or assistance with collecting of your rental vehicle. Time to relax and refresh from the long flight. I recommend an early dinner at one of the many Restaurants at the Waterfront.

Overnight at 4 star hotel / guesthouse incl breakfast
DAY 2 / CITY TOUR
Take the red hop on, hop off bus for a city orientation tour, which also stops at Table Mountain for a ride in the cable car. Or book a tour with your own private tourguide, who will show you all the beautiful historical buildings and explains about Cape Town and its people.

Overnight at 4 star hotel / guesthouse incl breakfast
DAY 3 / CAPE OF GOOD HOPE
Explore the beauty of the Cape Peninsula and take a drive along beautiful coastal roads and suburbs to Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. Enjoy beautiful views from the lighthouse and take a picture at the most south westerly point of Africa. Visit the Penguin Colony at Boulders and Kirstenbosch Garden, one of the most beautiful botanical gardens in the world.

Tip: lunch at Harbour House in Kalk Bay, beautifully located at a small working harbour with fantastic views and excellent food.

overnight at 4 star hotel / guesthouse incl breakfast
DAY 4 / STELLENBOSCH OR FRANSCHHOEK
After breakfast check out and drive to the winelands, mere 70km from Cape Town. Visit beautiful winefarms with rolling vineyards, taste some of the excellent locally produced wines and enjoy a picnic lunch under shady oak trees.

Overnight at a 4 star hotel / guesthouse incl breakfast
DAY 5 / OUDTSHOORN
Travel along the Klein Karoo on route 62 and the Langeberg Range to Oudtshoorn. Here you can visit an ostrich farm and learn everything about the ostriches during an interesting tour.

Tip: enjoy a typical BBQ with mouth watering ostrich steak on Safari Ostrich Farm

overnight at 4 star hotel / guesthouse incl breakfast
DAY 6-8 / KNYSNA
Knysna lies in the heart of the Gardenroute. There is so much to see and explore. Take the ferry to Featherbed Island, taste oysters that are cultivated in Knysna lagoon, visit Monkeyland and the Elephant sanctuary in Plettenberg Bay and take a long walk on Nature's Valley remote beach.

overnight at 4 star hotel / guesthouse incl breakfast
DAY 9 / SWELLENDAM OR HERMANUS
Drive along the N2 to the third oldest town of South Africa. This charming town lies on the foot of the Langeberg mountains and is known for its youngberries, architecture and history. Take a walk to waterfalls through indigenous forest at Merloth Nature

During July - November I recommend a stay in Hermanus. Famous for their majestic nature and gargantuan size, the Southern Right Whale has always been a fascination for many. Their playful nature and rarity have made them a famous addition to the Cape Whale Coast between July and November every year.

overnight at 4 star hotel / guesthouse
DAY 10 / GOOD BYE
From Swellendam it's a 2.5 h drive to Cape Town airport or 1.5h from Hermanus. Drop off your rental vehicle and catch a flight back home.

Time to say good bye .

Babuka Africa




Cape Town & Garden Route

For first timers to South Africa, the Cape Town & Garden Route is the perfect destination. The roads are well signposted and maintained that take you to beautiful areas to be explored. Don’t worry about safety – I assure you, Cape Town and the Garden Route are very safe! You just follow some rules, that apply to overseas countries as well, and you will be absolutely fine.

Most people presume it’s called the Gardenroute because of its many beautiful gardens. But in fact it’s called Gardenroute because it reminds of the Garden of Eden.

It’s a small area but of such beauty and diversity: Wilderness on the Indian Ocean with long unspoiled beaches, Knsyna – the heart of the Gardenroute surrounded by forest and a lagoon where oysters are cultivated. Oudtshoorn in the ‘Klein Karoo’, a half desert with plenty of ostrich farms, the beautiful and upmarket Plettenberg Bay with stunning views and Tsitsikamma, a tropical forest bordering the Indian Ocean.

Here is an example of a Cape Town & Garden Route Tour which can be tailor-made to your liking:

Itinerary
DAY 1 / CAPE TOWN
On arrival at Cape Town airport, transfer to your hotel / guesthouse, or assistance with collecting of your rental vehicle. Time to relax and refresh from the long flight. I recommend an early dinner at one of the many Restaurants at the Waterfront.

Overnight at 4 star hotel / guesthouse incl breakfast
DAY 2 / CITY TOUR
Take the red hop on, hop off bus for a city orientation tour, which also stops at Table Mountain for a ride in the cable car. Or book a tour with your own private tourguide, who will show you all the beautiful historical buildings and explains about Cape Town and its people.

Overnight at 4 star hotel / guesthouse incl breakfast
DAY 3 / CAPE OF GOOD HOPE
Explore the beauty of the Cape Peninsula and take a drive along beautiful coastal roads and suburbs to Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. Enjoy beautiful views from the lighthouse and take a picture at the most south westerly point of Africa. Visit the Penguin Colony at Boulders and Kirstenbosch Garden, one of the most beautiful botanical gardens in the world.

Tip: lunch at Harbour House in Kalk Bay, beautifully located at a small working harbour with fantastic views and excellent food.

overnight at 4 star hotel / guesthouse incl breakfast
DAY 4 / STELLENBOSCH OR FRANSCHHOEK
After breakfast check out and drive to the winelands, mere 70km from Cape Town. Visit beautiful winefarms with rolling vineyards, taste some of the excellent locally produced wines and enjoy a picnic lunch under shady oak trees.

Overnight at a 4 star hotel / guesthouse incl breakfast
DAY 5 / OUDTSHOORN
Travel along the Klein Karoo on route 62 and the Langeberg Range to Oudtshoorn. Here you can visit an ostrich farm and learn everything about the ostriches during an interesting tour.

Tip: enjoy a typical BBQ with mouth watering ostrich steak on Safari Ostrich Farm

overnight at 4 star hotel / guesthouse incl breakfast
DAY 6-8 / KNYSNA
Knysna lies in the heart of the Gardenroute. There is so much to see and explore. Take the ferry to Featherbed Island, taste oysters that are cultivated in Knysna lagoon, visit Monkeyland and the Elephant sanctuary in Plettenberg Bay and take a long walk on Nature's Valley remote beach.

overnight at 4 star hotel / guesthouse incl breakfast
DAY 9 / SWELLENDAM OR HERMANUS
Drive along the N2 to the third oldest town of South Africa. This charming town lies on the foot of the Langeberg mountains and is known for its youngberries, architecture and history. Take a walk to waterfalls through indigenous forest at Merloth Nature

During July - November I recommend a stay in Hermanus. Famous for their majestic nature and gargantuan size, the Southern Right Whale has always been a fascination for many. Their playful nature and rarity have made them a famous addition to the Cape Whale Coast between July and November every year.

overnight at 4 star hotel / guesthouse
DAY 10 / GOOD BYE
From Swellendam it's a 2.5 h drive to Cape Town airport or 1.5h from Hermanus. Drop off your rental vehicle and catch a flight back home.

Time to say good bye .

Vendor : Babuka Africa

Sunclare Building 4th floor, 21 Dreyer Street, Claremont, Western Cape, South Africa

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Dear hiking friends, Join us for the beautiful Twelve Apostles hike along a mountain range with beautiful views of Camps Bay and Cape Town:
Twelve Apostles

Difficulty: A (easy to difficult)
Duration: ca 5 – 6 hours

This beautiful hike starts on the western side of Table Mountain, just above Camps Bay and runs along one of the many gorges of the Twelve Apostle mountain range.

Once on top, we continue our hike for about 1.5 hours through interesting valleys of diverse fauna and flora until we reach the Cable Car station.

For the descent we will either take the Cable Car down ( weather dependent ) or wander down Platteklip Gorge at the front of Table Mountain.

I recommend this hike summer and winter likewise.

Meeting point: at Table Mountain Cable Car kiosk. Silke will contact you beforehand to discuss details.

Please note: Transfer can be arranged at extra cost

Included
private registered Table Mountain hiking guide
one way Table Mountain cable car ticket
assistant at 5+ guests
Not Included
meals + drinks


Babuka Africa




Twelve Apostles- Hiking

Dear hiking friends, Join us for the beautiful Twelve Apostles hike along a mountain range with beautiful views of Camps Bay and Cape Town:
Twelve Apostles

Difficulty: A (easy to difficult)
Duration: ca 5 – 6 hours

This beautiful hike starts on the western side of Table Mountain, just above Camps Bay and runs along one of the many gorges of the Twelve Apostle mountain range.

Once on top, we continue our hike for about 1.5 hours through interesting valleys of diverse fauna and flora until we reach the Cable Car station.

For the descent we will either take the Cable Car down ( weather dependent ) or wander down Platteklip Gorge at the front of Table Mountain.

I recommend this hike summer and winter likewise.

Meeting point: at Table Mountain Cable Car kiosk. Silke will contact you beforehand to discuss details.

Please note: Transfer can be arranged at extra cost

Included
private registered Table Mountain hiking guide
one way Table Mountain cable car ticket
assistant at 5+ guests
Not Included
meals + drinks


Vendor : Babuka Africa

Sunclare Building 4th floor, 21 Dreyer Street, Claremont, Western Cape, South Africa

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Enjoy a beautiful and fun tour, the wine cycle Constantia, in one of the most beautiful parts in South Africa. Just 15 min from Cape Town you find some of the oldest wine farms surrounded by splendid beauty. See, feel and smell this exquisite area while cycling to the wine farms and tasting some of South Africa’s best wines and food.
Meeting point: 9am at the parking area, corner of Constantia Main and Groot Constantia Road.

OR why don’t you take the hop on, hop off bus from Cape Town? Use the purple route, meet us at Groot Constantia and combine the tour with some cycling….. thereafter you continue by bus back to Cape Town. Our times are flexible but booking is essential.

Your guide will meet you here and help you with the set up of the bicycle. A short ride takes you to the beautiful Groot Constantia wine farm. Groot Constantia is known to be the oldest wine farm in South Africa, established in 1685. We visit a museum where you learn about the history of this wine estate.

Thereafter we ride through the beautiful area to Tokai forest for a circular route along indigenous fynbos, which forms part of the Cape Floral Kingdom.

Time for a taste of the delicious wines of this area. We visit the rustic Wine Shop of Constantia Uitsig, and enjoy a taste of six different wines of this well known estate.

From here we continue our cycle through the picturesque Constantia Valley until we reach Klein Constantia. Dating back to 1685 and described as one of the world’s most beautiful farms with views over the False Bay, Klein Constantia produces some of South Africa’s finest wines including one of the world’s best natural sweet wines, Vin de Constance. We enjoy a taste of the excellent wines and learn about the winemaking during a short cellar tour ( in season only ).

Another highlight of the day is a wine tasting and picnic ( weather dependant ) at one of the beautiful wine estat on the slopes of the magnificent Constantiaberg mountains.

A short cycle back to the starting point from where you will make your way back home.

( Guests at Constantia hotels are picked free of charge )

EXCEPT SUNDAYS!
Included
registered private cycle guide
3 wine tastings + cellar tour ( in season only )
picnic
hiring of bicycle
helmet & water bottle provided

Not Included
drinks not mentioned
transfer from/to hotel
Babuka Africa




Wine Cycle Constantia

Enjoy a beautiful and fun tour, the wine cycle Constantia, in one of the most beautiful parts in South Africa. Just 15 min from Cape Town you find some of the oldest wine farms surrounded by splendid beauty. See, feel and smell this exquisite area while cycling to the wine farms and tasting some of South Africa’s best wines and food.
Meeting point: 9am at the parking area, corner of Constantia Main and Groot Constantia Road.

OR why don’t you take the hop on, hop off bus from Cape Town? Use the purple route, meet us at Groot Constantia and combine the tour with some cycling….. thereafter you continue by bus back to Cape Town. Our times are flexible but booking is essential.

Your guide will meet you here and help you with the set up of the bicycle. A short ride takes you to the beautiful Groot Constantia wine farm. Groot Constantia is known to be the oldest wine farm in South Africa, established in 1685. We visit a museum where you learn about the history of this wine estate.

Thereafter we ride through the beautiful area to Tokai forest for a circular route along indigenous fynbos, which forms part of the Cape Floral Kingdom.

Time for a taste of the delicious wines of this area. We visit the rustic Wine Shop of Constantia Uitsig, and enjoy a taste of six different wines of this well known estate.

From here we continue our cycle through the picturesque Constantia Valley until we reach Klein Constantia. Dating back to 1685 and described as one of the world’s most beautiful farms with views over the False Bay, Klein Constantia produces some of South Africa’s finest wines including one of the world’s best natural sweet wines, Vin de Constance. We enjoy a taste of the excellent wines and learn about the winemaking during a short cellar tour ( in season only ).

Another highlight of the day is a wine tasting and picnic ( weather dependant ) at one of the beautiful wine estat on the slopes of the magnificent Constantiaberg mountains.

A short cycle back to the starting point from where you will make your way back home.

( Guests at Constantia hotels are picked free of charge )

EXCEPT SUNDAYS!
Included
registered private cycle guide
3 wine tastings + cellar tour ( in season only )
picnic
hiring of bicycle
helmet & water bottle provided

Not Included
drinks not mentioned
transfer from/to hotel
Vendor : Babuka Africa

Sunclare Building 4th floor, 21 Dreyer Street, Claremont, Western Cape, South Africa

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