General

4 DAYS CAPE TOWN 

DAY 1 : CAPE TOWN

Guests are met upon arrival at Cape Town International Airport or any other location of their choice in Cape Town. From here a drive of about fifteen minutes brings the tour to Vergelegen, one of the most impressive of all the wine estates in the Western Cape. This historic wine farm is located on the outskirts of Somerset West at the foot of the Helderberg. Here guests partake in wine tasting after a brief explanation of the wine-making process and the cultivars that are grown in South Africa. Another wine farm is then visited en route to the town of Stellenbosch, where your guide will highlight some of the most notable attractions in South Africa’s second oldest town. The tour of Stellenbosch is followed by a journey of about 40 minutes to Cape Town where guests are assisted with check-in at their hotel.

DAY 2 : CAPE TOWN

This day of your Cape Town tour is devoted to the history and attractions found within the city. Adderley Street, the upper half of the Heerengracht, is traversed, before walking down Government Avenue into the heart of Cape Town and enjoying a glimpse of the Houses of Parliament. The tour then visits the pentagonal Castle of Good Hope, oldest of all the buildings in South Africa, which now serves primarily as a museum. It houses both the Good Hope Gallery as well as the Military Museum dedicated to the preservation of military artifacts, which covers both the Dutch as well as the British periods of occupation. Subsequent to visiting the castle and viewing the lovely Dolphin Pool, the tour ventures to District Six where time is devoted to visiting the local museum, housed in the former Methodist Mission in Buitenkant Street. The historic Strand Street is the last point of call before the tour makes its way back to the hotel after a memorable day.

DAY 3 : CAPE TOWN

First on the agenda of the day is a visit to Table Mountain. The flat-topped mountain was given its name by the Portuguese explorer Antonio de Saldanha. We ascend the mountain via the cableway, enjoying marvelous views of the Cape Town city bowl and the Atlantic Ocean beyond. Upon reaching the summit, some time is devoted to visiting different vantage points from where impressive views of the Cape Peninsula can be enjoyed. Your guide also provides some information on the Cape Floral Kingdom, highlighting some of the fynbos species found on the mountain. The visit to the summit of Table Mountain is followed by some time devoted to exploring the world famous Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. The gardens are home to seven thousand species of indigenous plants that create a most remarkable display.

DAY 4 : DEPARTURE

After breakfast the tour travels to Paardevlei near Somerset West, where time is devoted to visiting the Cheetah Outreach. Here guests will gain some insight into the survival plight of the world’s fastest animals. Cheetah used to occur in vast numbers across the countries of Africa and Asia, yet today the number of cheetah in South Africa is only around a thousand. You will learn interesting facts and experience close encounters with a few of these beautiful animals. Jackals, meerkat, servals, caracals and bat-eared foxes may also be observed. Guests are then transferred to the airport for a flight back home after a memorable tour of Cape Town and the surrounding area.

COST- $1221

INCLUDED

  • VERGELEGEN & SEVERAL OTHER WINE ESTATES (INCLUDES WINE TASTING)
  • 3 NIGHTS ACCOMMODATION BASED ON hALF bOARD
  • rETURN tRANSFERS IN cAPE TOWN
  • TOUR OF STELLENBOSCH
  • CASTLE OF GOOD HOPE
  • DISTRICT SIX MUSEUM
  • TABLE MOUNTAIN CABLEWAY ROUND TRIP
  • KIRSTENBOSCH BOTANICAL GARDENS
  • CHEETAH OUTREACH
  • SERVICES OF A REGISTERED GUIDE
  • MEALS AS SPECIFIED IN THE ITINERARY
  • TOURISM LEVY
  • ALL APPLICABLE TAXES
  • LAND TRANSPORTATION IN AIR-CONDITIONED VEHICLES
  • ALL ACTIVITIES AND ENTRANCE FEES TO PLACES MENTIONED IN THE ITINERARY
  • ALL PARK FEES WHERE APPLICABLE

5 DAYS CAPE TOWN TOUR ITINERARY

DAY 1 : CAPE TOWN

Guests are met at Cape Town International Airport by OUR AIRPORT REPRESENTATIVE. The tour then travels to the famous Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, from where guests will embark on a ferry ride which docks at Murray’s Harbor on Robben Island. The harbor is named after the 19th century whaler John Murray. The island is most famous for serving as a detention center for political prisoners, most notably Nelson Mandela. The island was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999, ensuring its protection. You will visit the prison and see the cell where Nelson Mandela served part of his prison sentence. A visit is also included to a limestone quarry where prisoners used to toil their days away. The duration of the tour is approximately two and a half hours. One of the highlights is sure to be the incredible views that can be enjoyed of Cape Town and Table Mountain on the ferry ride to and from the island. Upon returning to the waterfront, guests are met and transferred to their hotel.

DAY 2 : CAPE TOWN

Table Mountain is one of the world’s most recognizable natural landmarks and Cape Town’s most visited tourist attraction. We devote this morning of your Cape Town tour to exploring the summit of this massive monolith. In addition to the splendid views that can be enjoyed, the mountain is home to an impressive array of fauna and flora. You are sure to find the antics of the rock hyrax (dassies) interesting, and the diversity of flowering fynbos species quite astounding. Upon descending the mountain via the cableway, your guide will accompany you to Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. The gardens comprise more than 500 hectares, with an additional 478 hectares of fynbos. Kirstenbosch is a nature lover’s paradise with over 7000 species of plants found in the gardens. Your tour of Kirstenbosch will end during the late afternoon, after which you will return to your hotel in the company of your experienced tour guide.

DAY 3 : CAPE TOWN

Guests are met after breakfast for a tour of Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, located in one of the two most southern national parks in South Africa. The tour makes its way through Green Point and passes the magnificent beach at Camps Bay en route to Hout Bay, from where it travels via the scenic Chapman’s Peak drive to the town of Noordhoek and on to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. The reserve boasts over 40km of coastline and is home to more than a thousand floral species and a wealth of wildlife. Exceptional views of False Bay can be enjoyed from the lookout at Cape Point on a sheer cliff that towers over 300m above the water’s edge. The visit to Cape Point is followed by a short journey to Boulders Beach, where some time is devoted to viewing a colony of African penguins before traveling back to Cape Town via Muizenberg.

DAY 4 : CAPE TOWN

The winelands are the focus of this day of your Cape Town tour .The tour travels along the national highway to the town of Paarl. Here we devote some time to exploring the historic character of this town, located in an area that was first settled in 1668. From Paarl the tour ventures to two of the finest wine estates in the area, where guests may learn about the creation and appreciation of South African wines, both through discussions hosted by local experts as well as by sampling a wide range of quality red and white wines. Upon conclusion of the wine farm visits, a short stop is made in the town of Stellenbosch before returning to the overnight destination in Cape Town.

DAY 5 : DEPARTURE

A short tour is conducted that highlights the various features of the V&A Waterfront. A visit is then made to the Two Oceans Aquarium, a marine wonderland with transparent tunnels and tanks that house a fascinating diversity of marine life from the Indian and Atlantic oceans. Guests are then afforded the opportunity to browse around the markets and shops before being transferred to Cape Town International Airport for a flight back to their country of origin after an amazing tour of Cape Town and her highlights.

PRICE PER PERSON:

FROM: USD $1472

ACCOMMODATION:

  • STANDARD: 4 NIGHTS PORTSWOOD
  • LUXURY: 4 NIGHTS COMMODORE
  • EXCLUSIVE: 4 NIGHTS CAPE GRACE

TRANSFERS:

CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO PORTSWOOD / COMMODORE / CAPE GRACE ROUND TRIP

ACTIVITIES:

  • ROBBEN ISLAND (INCLUDES ROUND TRIP FERRY RIDE)
  • TABLE MOUNTAIN CABLEWAY ROUND TRIP
  • KIRSTENBOSCH BOTANICAL GARDENS
  • CAPE OF GOOD HOPE NATURE RESERVE
  • FLYING DUTCHMAN FUNICULAR ROUND TRIP
  • BOULDERS BEACH
  • SEVERAL WINE ESTATES (INCLUDES WINE TASTING)
  • TWO OCEANS AQUARIUM
  • ADDITIONAL:
  • SERVICES OF A REGISTERED GUIDE
  • MEALS AS SPECIFIED IN THE ITINERARY
  • TOURISM LEVY
  • ALL APPLICABLE TAXES
  • LAND TRANSPORTATION IN AIR CONDITIONED VEHICLES
  • ALL ACTIVITIES AND ENTRANCE FEES TO PLACES MENTIONED IN THE ITINERARY
  • ALL PARK FEES WHERE APPLICABLE

 

5 DAYS CAPE TOWN (Golf Package)

DAY 1 : CAPE TOWN

Guests are welcomed at Cape Town International Airport by our airport representative  before heading off to the foot slopes of Table Mountain for a cable car ride to the top. It takes less than five minutes for the rotating car to ferry visitors up to 1067m above sea level, where they will enjoy spectacular views of Cape Town’s city bowl and Table Bay – a fitting introduction to the Mother City! Following the Table Mountain excursion, guests will enjoy a tour of the historic Cape Castle, the oldest building still standing in South Africa. Guests arrive at their luxury accommodation on the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront in the late afternoon.

DAY 2 : CAPE TOWN

The Royal Cape Golf Club is the focus of the first leg of your Cape Town golf tour. Established in 1885, the links/parklands combination course was the first golf course in South Africa. Still widely celebrated, the Royal Cape Golf Club has hosted the South African Open ten times and offers a rewarding round for even the most experienced of golfers. Guests return to their overnight accommodation on the waterfront in the afternoon, where they may explore the area at their leisure. Opt for a sunset cruise in Table Bay , indulge in some shopping or have your pick of the waterfront’s fine selection of restaurants.

DAY 3 : CAPE TOWN

Erinvale is one of the most esteemed golf courses in the Cape and happens to be where you will enjoy a stimulating game of golf this morning. Erinvale hosted the World Cup of Golf in 1996 and the SA Open in 2005. Stretched across the verdant slopes of the Helderberg in Somerset West, this handsome parklands course will prove a highlight of your Cape Town golf tour. The afternoon is spent enjoying a wine tasting experience and cellar tour at the historic Vergelegen Wine Estate, which boasts more than 300 years of wine craft. Guests are returned to their waterfront accommodation in the late afternoon.

DAY 4 : CAPE TOWN

Today we trace the coast of False Bay traveling south toward Arabella Golf Course in Kleinmond. This coastal drive is one of the most scenic in the country, with various viewpoints to enjoy whale watching from between June and November. During this time, Southern Right whales journey up from the icy waters of the Southern Ocean to calve in the coves of Walker Bay. Arabella Golf Course enjoys an inimitable position on the Bot River Lagoon. The links/parklands combination course was designed by Peter Matkovich and is surrounded by striking natural scenery. Before returning to Cape Town, the tour stops in the charming seaside town of Hermanus for lunch.

DAY 5 : DEPARTURE

Atlantic Beach Golf Course serves as the last course of the 5 Day Cape Town Golf Tour. Its incomparable views of Table Mountain from across Table Bay make it the ideal course to bid farewell to the Mother City from. The links-style Atlantic Beach offers a trying round, with summer days often badgered by the famous South-Easter wind running up the coast. Upon conclusion of the game, guests are returned to Cape Town International following an unforgettable Cape Town golf holiday.

COST $2750

INCLUDED IN THE COST

  • ACCOMMODATION AS SPECIFIED IN THE ITINERARY
  • ROUND OF GOLF ON THE ROYAL CAPE GOLF COURSE
  • ROUND OF GOLF ON THE ERINVALE GOLF COURSE
  • ROUND OF GOLF ON THE ARABELLA GOLF COURSE
  • ROUND OF ON THE ATLANTIC BEACH GOLF COURSE
  • SERVICES OF A REGISTERED GUIDE/RESIDENT RANGERS
  • MEALS AS SPECIFIED IN THE ITINERARY( Half Board)
  • TOURISM LEVY
  • ALL APPLICABLE TAXES
  • LAND TRANSPORTATION IN AIR-CONDITIONED VEHICLES
  • OPEN 4X4 GAME DRIVES AT PRIVATE GAME RESERVES
  • ALL ACTIVITIES AND ENTRANCE FEES
  • ALL PARK FEES WHERE APPLICABLE

 

CAPE TOWN & WINE COUNTRY TOUR – 7 DAYS

DAY 1 : CAPE TOWN

Upon arrival at Cape Town International Airport you will be met by our Airport Representative, who will be holding a sign with your name. From the airport the Cape Town and Wine Country Tour makes its way to the overnight destination where guests are afforded the opportunity to relax and freshen up. During the late afternoon, your guide will accompany you to Table Bay Harbor for a sunset cruise. The sunset cruise lasts about an hour and a half. It offers magnificent views of Table Mountain with Lion’s Head and Devil’s Peak – the sentinels standing guard alongside the mountain. Upon conclusion of the cruise, your guide will accompany you back to the hotel.

DAY 2 : CAPE TOWN

This day of your Cape Town tour is devoted to visiting the Whale Route and the town of Hermanus. The tour makes its way through Gordon’s Bay, located on the eastern shore of False Bay on to Betty’s Bay, which used to be a whaling station in centuries past. The route is one of the most picturesque in South Africa, with sweeping ocean and mountain views. A quick stop is made at the Harold Porter National Botanical Garden, where an abundance of flowering plants, a waterfall and impressive scenery may be admired. The tour then travels to Hermanus where we stroll along the cliff top path – a great spot for land-based whale watching between the months of June and November. After the visit to Hermanus the tour travels back to Cape Town via the national highway and the impressive Sir Lowry’s pass.

DAY 3 : CAPE TOWN

We devote this day of your Cape Town and Wine Country Tour to exploring two of the natural icons of Cape Town . Table Mountain, which stands guard over the city, is the most popular of all the tourist attractions in South Africa. The mountain is ascended via the cableway, which departs from the top of Kloof Nek Road. The cable car, which can accommodate up to 65 people, operates on all days, except when high winds or bad weather hamper the safe operation of the service. We spend about an hour atop the mountain admiring the incredible views of Cape Town’s city bowl and the Cape Peninsula. Some time allotted to lunch is followed by a visit to Kirstenbosch , South Africa’s premier botanical garden, which is located on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain. In peak flowering season, almost 1 500 flowering plants are on display. The tour makes its way back to the hotel during the late afternoon.

DAY 4 : CAPE TOWN

Adventure is on the agenda of this day as you travel to Gansbaai for an up close view of the most fearsome predator to roam the world’s oceans – the great white shark. The drive to Gansbaai is about two hours, after which a boat trip of five miles brings you to Dyer Island’s Shark Alley. Here you will start chumming for sharks. The dive master will explain the diving process and the safety precautions involved. Guests will then descend into the shark-ridden sea, protected by an enforced cage. Snacks and refreshments are provided on board. The excursion lasts about four and a half hours, after which we return to Cape Town.

DAY 5 : WINELANDS

Breakfast is followed by a drive of about forty minutes to the town of Stellenbosch, one of South Africa’s oldest and most beautiful towns. The town boasts magnificent architecture and sits at the heart of one of the most important wine-producing regions in South Africa. Some time is devoted to walking down the oak-lined Dorp Street, where your guide will provide some insight into the history of the region. A stop is made at “OomSamie se Winkel”, a general dealer which dates back to 1904. The tour then leaves town to explore two of the magnificent wine estates in the region. Here fine wines are produced on estates established as long ago as 1692. The wine making process, from the planting and harvesting of grapes to the fermenting and bottling of the final product, is explained by a local expert. You will also have the opportunity to sample some of the fine wines before traveling to the overnight destination.

DAY 6 : WINELANDS

This day of your tour of the Cape focuses on the town of Franschhoek and the wine route surrounding the town . The name of the town translates to ‘French Corner’ in honor of the 200 French Huguenot families that settled in the region in 1688 and brought with them the fine wine making skills for which France is revered. We devote some time to visiting the Huguenot Memorial Museum and the Huguenot Monument before embarking on a tour of two of the grandest wine estates in this beautiful valley. Here you will experience first-hand the process by which wine is produced in South Africa. The opportunity to sample a glass of some of the finest wine in the region is followed by a return journey to the hotel, where you should arrive in the early evening.

DAY 7 : DEPARTURE

The morning is devoted to exploring Cape Town’s famous V&A Waterfront, where a quick visit is made to the Two Oceans Aquarium. Guests have the opportunity to shop for souvenirs after which they are transferred to Cape Town International Airport after a most memorable tour of Cape Town and the nearby wine country in the company of an experienced African Sky guide.

$1962

INCLUDED IN THE COST

  • 7 DAYS 6 NIGHTS ACCOMMODATION BASED ON HALF BOARD
  • CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO PORTSWOOD / COMMODORE / CAPE GRACE
  • PORTSWOOD / COMMODORE / CAPE GRACE TO MAISON CHABLIS / LE FRANSCHHOEK / LANZERAC
  • MAISON CHABLIS / LE FRANSCHHOEK / LANZERAC TO CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
  • ACTIVITIES:
  • TABLE BAY SUNSET CRUISE
  • HERMANUS DAY TRIP
  • TABLE MOUNTAIN CABLEWAY ROUND TRIP
  • KIRSTENBOSCH BOTANICAL GARDENS
  • SHARK CAGE DIVING
  • TOUR OF STELLENBOSCH
  • SEVERAL WINE FARMS (INCLUDES WINE TASTING)
  • HUGUENOT MEMORIAL
  • TWO OCEANS AQUARIUM
  • ADDITIONAL:
  • SERVICES OF A REGISTERED GUIDE
  • MEALS AS SPECIFIED IN THE ITINERARY
  • TOURISM LEVY
  • ALL APPLICABLE TAXES
  • LAND TRANSPORTATION IN AIR CONDITIONED VEHICLES
  • ALL ACTIVITIES AND ENTRANCE FEES TO PLACES MENTIONED IN THE ITINERARY
  • ALL PARK FEES WHERE APPLICABLE

 

BEACHES & CHAMPAGNE HONEYMOON – 10 DAYS

DAY 1-4 : CAPE TOWN

Guests will be met on arrival at Cape Town International Airport by our Airport representative. Guests are then transferred to Camps Bay, set along the shores of the Atlantic and under the ever-watchful Twelve Apostles, and the starting point of the Beaches and Champagne Honeymoon. Camps Bay is one of Cape Town’s most prestigious areas and is a favorite among those wishing to spend time on a Cape Town beach. Guests spend four nights at Ocean View House on a bed and breakfast basis. Ocean View House is within close proximity to the beach and the various entertainment locations in the Camps Bay area. Alternatively, enjoy a sunset cruise or go for a picnic on Table Mountain .

DAY 5-7 : OVERBERG

Guests are met after breakfast and a scenic coastal drive brings them to the heart of South Africa’s Overberg region and the coastal town of Hermanus. From June to November, Hermanus is famous for its land-based whale watching . The area, however, has much to offer throughout the year. En route to Hermanus, we make a few short stops to admire the natural beauty with which the area is blessed.

Guests spend three nights at the Hermanus Beach Villa with breakfast included. The villa has double room apartments with sweeping views of the ocean, and occasionally one will be able to spot a whale or two as they pass by. Take a leisurely stroll along the cliff path or follow one of the many hiking trails and enjoy some of the amazing scenery. The luxury guest house is not only close to the beach but is in close proximity to local restaurants and shops, allowing guests the opportunity to enjoy a romantic dinner or some honeymoon shopping.

DAY 8-9 : CAPE WINELANDS

Breakfast is followed by a drive through South Africa’s apple producing region en route to the Cape winelands and the town of Franschhoek. The route travels along the shore of the Theewaterskloof Dam before crossing over the impressive Franschhoek Pass and descending into the town of Franschhoek.

Franschhoek is revered as the food and wine capital of South Africa. Guests spend two nights at Maison Chablis in Franschhoek. The town offers a host of small shops and award-winning restaurants. Activities on offer in the area include hiking trails, horseback riding, several spas and wine tasting.

DAY 10 : DEPARTURE

A last morning spent in the Drakenstein Valley is followed by a transfer to Cape Town International Airport where your South African Beaches and Champagne honeymoon in the Western Cape ends. Memories of three remarkably different areas, fine hotels, guest houses and settings which can only be described as breathtaking are sure to last a lifetime.

PRICE PER PERSON:

FROM: USD $1182

 

ACCOMMODATION (Based on Bed and Breakfast):

  • 4 NIGHTS OCEAN VIEW HOUSE
  • 3 NIGHTS HERMANUS BEACH VILLAS
  • 2 NIGHTS MAISON CHABLIS

TRANSFERS:

  • CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL TO OCEAN VIEW HOUSE
  • OCEAN VIEW HOUSE TO HERMANUS BEACH VILLA
  • HERMANUS BEACH VILLA TO MAISON CHABLIS
  • MAISON CHABLIS TO CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

ADDITIONAL:

MEALS AS SPECIFIED IN THE ITINERARY

TOURISM LEVY

ALL APPLICABLE TAXES

LAND TRANSPORTATION IN AIR-CONDITIONED VEHICLES

ALL PARK FEES WHERE APPLICABLE

 

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