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This full day tour 09h00 – 15h30 offers tourists an opportunity to visit Cape of Good Hope, where the two oceans; Indian and Atlantic meet.
Highlights:

Scenic view of the beautiful beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay
View of fishing industry of Hout Bay
A drive through the famous Chapman’s Peak
Penguins at Boulders Beach in Simonstown
Beauty of nature; flowers, plants, trees etc at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
Cape Peninsula Tours:
This is one of the spectacular tours in Cape Town. You start this tour by driving along the Atlantic seaboard. Here you get panoramic views of the beautiful beaches of Cape Town. You drive past Clifton, a residential suburb with the four famous bikini beaches. These beaches are good for tanning but not for swimming. Just before entering Camps Bay there is the Maidens Cove parking area which is a must stop. Camps Bay Beach can be seen from the photo stop at Maidens Cove. After Camps Bay, you proceed to Hout Bay, which is at the start of Chapmans Peak Drive which was the brain child of Sir Frederick de Waal, the first administrator of the Cape Province. In Hout Bay you get the opportunity to buy fresh fish. You can also book a boat to Duiker Island to see the seals. But there is an additional cost for the trip. You proceed to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve on your way to Cape Point to see the mythical meeting place of two oceans; Indian and Atlantic.Depending on the schedule tourists can have lunch at their cost

On the way back, a detour is made to Boulders Baech in Simonstown to see the penguins. The last stop before you go back to the hotel is Kirstenbosch Gardens where you see the best of nature; different plants and flowers.
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Cape Peninsula Tour

This full day tour 09h00 – 15h30 offers tourists an opportunity to visit Cape of Good Hope, where the two oceans; Indian and Atlantic meet.
Highlights:

Scenic view of the beautiful beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay
View of fishing industry of Hout Bay
A drive through the famous Chapman’s Peak
Penguins at Boulders Beach in Simonstown
Beauty of nature; flowers, plants, trees etc at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
Cape Peninsula Tours:
This is one of the spectacular tours in Cape Town. You start this tour by driving along the Atlantic seaboard. Here you get panoramic views of the beautiful beaches of Cape Town. You drive past Clifton, a residential suburb with the four famous bikini beaches. These beaches are good for tanning but not for swimming. Just before entering Camps Bay there is the Maidens Cove parking area which is a must stop. Camps Bay Beach can be seen from the photo stop at Maidens Cove. After Camps Bay, you proceed to Hout Bay, which is at the start of Chapmans Peak Drive which was the brain child of Sir Frederick de Waal, the first administrator of the Cape Province. In Hout Bay you get the opportunity to buy fresh fish. You can also book a boat to Duiker Island to see the seals. But there is an additional cost for the trip. You proceed to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve on your way to Cape Point to see the mythical meeting place of two oceans; Indian and Atlantic.Depending on the schedule tourists can have lunch at their cost

On the way back, a detour is made to Boulders Baech in Simonstown to see the penguins. The last stop before you go back to the hotel is Kirstenbosch Gardens where you see the best of nature; different plants and flowers.
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, 33 Freesia Street, Goodwood, Western Cape, South Africa

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Full Day 09h00 – 15h30. This is a one tour which is popular among the tourists hence it always ranks high on visitors’ itineraries. The Cape Winelands forms part of the greater Western Cape and is one of the Wine Capitals of the world.
Highlights:

Vineyards stretching endlessly
Animal life
Farm stalls
Taal Monument in Paarl
Huguenot Memorial Museum in Franschoek
Cape Winelands Tours:
The Cape Winelands gives you an opportunity to discover various types of wines that appeal to personal and individual taste. You start your day by visiting various wine estates in Durbanville and Paarl. Famous among the wine estates in Durbanville, is Durbanville Wine Estate. You can do the wine cellar tour, do wine tasting and wine purchasing. We proceed to Fairview Wine Estate in Paarl which is famous for goat’s cheese. Thereafter you visit the Taal Monument in Paarl. Then we proceed to Franschoek, driving past the famous prison of Groot Drakenstein. This the prison where the former State President Nelson Mandela spent his last prison days.
In Franschoek, you can have lunch in one of the popular residents. This place is famous for its good restaurants and food. Thereafter we make our way back to Cape Town and to your hotel.
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Cape Winelands Tours

Full Day 09h00 – 15h30. This is a one tour which is popular among the tourists hence it always ranks high on visitors’ itineraries. The Cape Winelands forms part of the greater Western Cape and is one of the Wine Capitals of the world.
Highlights:

Vineyards stretching endlessly
Animal life
Farm stalls
Taal Monument in Paarl
Huguenot Memorial Museum in Franschoek
Cape Winelands Tours:
The Cape Winelands gives you an opportunity to discover various types of wines that appeal to personal and individual taste. You start your day by visiting various wine estates in Durbanville and Paarl. Famous among the wine estates in Durbanville, is Durbanville Wine Estate. You can do the wine cellar tour, do wine tasting and wine purchasing. We proceed to Fairview Wine Estate in Paarl which is famous for goat’s cheese. Thereafter you visit the Taal Monument in Paarl. Then we proceed to Franschoek, driving past the famous prison of Groot Drakenstein. This the prison where the former State President Nelson Mandela spent his last prison days.
In Franschoek, you can have lunch in one of the popular residents. This place is famous for its good restaurants and food. Thereafter we make our way back to Cape Town and to your hotel.
Vendor : Sibahle Travel and Tours

, 33 Freesia Street, Goodwood, Western Cape, South Africa

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Tour 09h00 – 16h00

Highlights include:

Tourist keen to see spot a whale or two need only walk along the cliff path that stretches for 12 kilometers from one end of the town to the other. Whales can be seen as close as 20 meters away frolicking on the sheltered bay or just beyond the breakers. The rumbling sound from the whale cries help horn signals to the visitors as to where the whales can be spotted.

Hermanus Whale Watching Tours:
In doing this tour, from Cape Town, you drive through the spectacular views of False Bay. You pass through the scenic coastal road, curvy mountain pass, Clarens Drive. In reaching Hermanus, you experience the view of one of nature’s giants. You get an opportunity of watching the whales from Hermanus and Walker Bay surrounding area. You can also decide on watching the whales in a boat. The boat trip which is plus minus R600 is at your cost.
On your way back, you visit various wine estate; such as Bouchard Finlayson in the beautiful Hemel and Aarde Valley. You can do wine tasting and cellar tour. You can also have lunch at your own cost in one of the restaurants.
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Hermanus Whale Watching

Tour 09h00 – 16h00

Highlights include:

Tourist keen to see spot a whale or two need only walk along the cliff path that stretches for 12 kilometers from one end of the town to the other. Whales can be seen as close as 20 meters away frolicking on the sheltered bay or just beyond the breakers. The rumbling sound from the whale cries help horn signals to the visitors as to where the whales can be spotted.

Hermanus Whale Watching Tours:
In doing this tour, from Cape Town, you drive through the spectacular views of False Bay. You pass through the scenic coastal road, curvy mountain pass, Clarens Drive. In reaching Hermanus, you experience the view of one of nature’s giants. You get an opportunity of watching the whales from Hermanus and Walker Bay surrounding area. You can also decide on watching the whales in a boat. The boat trip which is plus minus R600 is at your cost.
On your way back, you visit various wine estate; such as Bouchard Finlayson in the beautiful Hemel and Aarde Valley. You can do wine tasting and cellar tour. You can also have lunch at your own cost in one of the restaurants.
Vendor : Sibahle Travel and Tours

, 33 Freesia Street, Goodwood, Western Cape, South Africa

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Daily tours depart by ferry from the Nelson Mandela Gateway at the Waterfront at 09h00, 11h00 and 13h00.
Highlights include:

For nearly 400 years, Robben Island about 12 kilometre from Cape Town was a place of banishment. Robben Island was where apartheid regime rulers sent those regarded as political troublemakers, social outcasts and the unwanted of society. Robben Island became internationally known for its institutional brutality. The duty of those who the island prison was to isolate opponents of apartheid and crush their morale. Some freedom fighters spent more than a quarter of a century in prison for their beliefs.

The ferry takes 30 minutes to the tiny harbour. From there a bus ride takes one to historic places like the kramat, leper graveyard, a church designed by Sir Ebert Baker and the lime quarry where political prisoners endured lengthy hours of though physical labour. Driving along the shipwreck strew coast you can spot some antelope, plentiful seabirds and the lighthouse. The last stop is the maximum security prison where Nelson Mandela was jailed for 27 years.
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Robben Island Tour

Daily tours depart by ferry from the Nelson Mandela Gateway at the Waterfront at 09h00, 11h00 and 13h00.
Highlights include:

For nearly 400 years, Robben Island about 12 kilometre from Cape Town was a place of banishment. Robben Island was where apartheid regime rulers sent those regarded as political troublemakers, social outcasts and the unwanted of society. Robben Island became internationally known for its institutional brutality. The duty of those who the island prison was to isolate opponents of apartheid and crush their morale. Some freedom fighters spent more than a quarter of a century in prison for their beliefs.

The ferry takes 30 minutes to the tiny harbour. From there a bus ride takes one to historic places like the kramat, leper graveyard, a church designed by Sir Ebert Baker and the lime quarry where political prisoners endured lengthy hours of though physical labour. Driving along the shipwreck strew coast you can spot some antelope, plentiful seabirds and the lighthouse. The last stop is the maximum security prison where Nelson Mandela was jailed for 27 years.
Vendor : Sibahle Travel and Tours

, 33 Freesia Street, Goodwood, Western Cape, South Africa

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Half Day Tour 09h00 – 13h00.
Highlights include:

Bo Kaap
District Six and the Museum
Cape Flats; Langa, Gugulethu, Khayelitsha, Mitchells Plain etc
Township Tours
This tour gives your exposure to the vibrant township life. You interact with the locals, have conversation and get to know first-hand their daily struggles. To get a better understanding of the life of the township, the residents take you to places which they visit almost every day. You also get a taste of Africa cuisine. Tourists are given an opportunity to actively participate in preparing African cuisine. You get an opportunity to taste an African beer, Umqombothi. Sibahle Tours provides you with branded enamel mugs. These are taken home as a form of memorial. You also given an opportunity to visit a Sangoma, known for predicting the future. As Sibahle Tours is working together with a crèche, Amy Kids, in Gugulethu, you can also visit. If you so wish, you may also make a donation as a way of supporting the community.

On a Sunday, you can come and worship in the township, where you experience the vibrant way of worshipping. You can choose from various denominations; Methodist, Anglican etc. Here you can do rhythmic dancing and singing at the beat of drums.
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Township Tour

Half Day Tour 09h00 – 13h00.
Highlights include:

Bo Kaap
District Six and the Museum
Cape Flats; Langa, Gugulethu, Khayelitsha, Mitchells Plain etc
Township Tours
This tour gives your exposure to the vibrant township life. You interact with the locals, have conversation and get to know first-hand their daily struggles. To get a better understanding of the life of the township, the residents take you to places which they visit almost every day. You also get a taste of Africa cuisine. Tourists are given an opportunity to actively participate in preparing African cuisine. You get an opportunity to taste an African beer, Umqombothi. Sibahle Tours provides you with branded enamel mugs. These are taken home as a form of memorial. You also given an opportunity to visit a Sangoma, known for predicting the future. As Sibahle Tours is working together with a crèche, Amy Kids, in Gugulethu, you can also visit. If you so wish, you may also make a donation as a way of supporting the community.

On a Sunday, you can come and worship in the township, where you experience the vibrant way of worshipping. You can choose from various denominations; Methodist, Anglican etc. Here you can do rhythmic dancing and singing at the beat of drums.
Vendor : Sibahle Travel and Tours

, 33 Freesia Street, Goodwood, Western Cape, South Africa

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