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Enjoy a thrilling tour of Cape Town that showcase some of the cities top tourist attractions. These include:1) A cable car to the summit of Table Mountain,2) a ferry ride to the infamous Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years.3) A guided tour to the Bo Kaap area where slaves were housed in the 17th century, This colorful suburb is full of history and heritage 4) Take a stroll through The Company Gardens. This is the where the sailors of the past used to stop to buy fresh fruit and vegetables on route to the East. It was owned by the Dutch Easy Trading Company back in the day. There are a few interesting attractions to see that include the Queen Victoria statue, St. George’s Cathedral and Desmond Tutus statue. 5) Visit the oldest colonial building in South Africa known as the Castle of Good Hope. It was built in 1660 by the Dutch in anticipation of a British attack on Cape Town.
Check out the city streets and popular sights of Cape Town on this open-top, double-decker bus tour. Enjoy the convenience of hop-on hop-off service and choose from two routes that make exploring this coastal city a breeze. Select a one day option for a time-crunched tour, or opt a canal or harbour cruise as part of the experience.
Discover the wonders of Cape Town and the entire Cape Peninsula on this full-day tour. Explore pristine, white-sand beaches, visit the nature reserve Cape Point, watch penguins at Boulder's Penguin Colony, and stroll around Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.
A very affordable and personalised half day tour lead by an experienced local tourist guide. Your tour will be small and private. Your guide is well travelled internationally and is fully aware of travellers expectations and needs.
Explore the stunning coastline of South Africa as you navigate the incredible Cape Peninsula. See where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet and revel in the natural beauty of this incredible destination.
Two-hour game drive in open air 4x4Lunch under the trees or in the boma-style restaurantRelax by the pool in summer or by the fireplace in winterThe Klein KarooDrive by through the magnificent semi desert of the Klein KarooReturn to Cape Town via the Huguenot tunnelTour Details:Get up close and personal with Africa's famous Big Five and other wild animals on our Full Day Safari Tour, a two and a half hour drive from Cape Town. As the Game Reserve is situated in the Western Cape, you will not need to worry about the risk of malaria. Enjoy some of the Cape's most unique flora and fauna, beautiful landscapes and wildlife all in one day! The elephants and lions have all been rescued by the team at the reserve, after encountering a virtual wipe out due to settlement and agricultural development. You will also find the cheetah rescue and rehabilitation centre which was founded in 2001, home to numerous cheetahs.
Explore Bo-Kaap at your own pace using a dowloaded tour on your smartphone. After downloading the VoiceMap app, you can walk through the neighborhood; your GPS position will trigger narrative about each important site as you pass. No tour groups or buses; focus on what you are interested in and enjoy walking with your private group.
Explore the perennially popular Sea Point Promenade. Unofficially known as Cape Town’s favourite walkway, this flat, scenic walk is beloved by joggers, dog-walkers and families. This is a great spot for a sunset stroll and features breathtaking ocean views and a healthy dose of fresh sea air.Your guide is a proud Sea Point local and a history boffin who’ll guide you through the Sea Point Promenade’s hidden histories and contemporary attractions. Discover why Darwin decided this spot was worth a visit on one of his famous geological expeditions. Enjoy some quirky local sculpture and public art. While the beach here isn’t the best for swimming, take a dip in the popular Sea Point swimming pool.The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.
Explore the magnificent Kirstenbosch botanical gardens at your own pace. This audio guide takes you on a loop through the lower slopes of the garden where you will be introduced to the main plant collections and other points of interest along the way. The tour is ready whenever you feel like taking a stroll. It plays audio automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smart phone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline. If you'd like a basic introduction to the fantastical flora of the western Cape and other parts of South Africa, and to be guided through some of the most scenic and interesting parts of the garden, this is the tour for you!
This seaside stroll includes the evocative history of shipwrecks, gun batteries, early lighthouses and tragic suicide. The route sets out from Fort Wynyard, along Beach Road to the wreck of the RMS Athens. It then follows the promenade as far as Green Point Lighthouse before looping inland through Green Point Urban Park. Turning back to Beach Road it passes Three Anchor Bay Beach before ending at the sculpture of the five white horses.You're joined by Justin Fox on this walking audio tour. Justin has an abiding passion for the Mouille Point seafront, where he has lived since 2000. Along the way, he will tell you about his favourite spots and add in some interesting tidbits to the history of the area.
Guests will be picked up from the Hotel or the location of their choice at 7:45 am and depart to an afternoon safari situated approximately 130 km from the Mother City/Cape Town.Guests will drive through the N1 and pass the magnificent Huguenot Tunnel and edmire the marvelous contruction of the 1984 era before reaching the snow city of Worcester.After being mesmerised with splendid mountain views from all directions, you will arrive at a refreshment stop where you will have a chance to grab a cup of coffee or a drink before proceeding with the journey.Experience in passing the life of the local people in the areas of De Doorns as well as local farming life and food production sites before you are welcomed by friendly staff members standing on your way to the wild.
Road worthiness of all our vehicles guaranteedOur safety protocol is up to industry standardPunctuality & ProfessionalismAccredited guides & driversOur prices are affordable Our services are not only limited to just pick up and go, but we also provide the following services:AIRPORT TRANSFERSSAFARISTOURSPRIVATE CHAUFFEURPOINT TO POINT TRANSPORT
This half day tour showcases some of the most iconic attractions of Cape Town. The perfect tour if you are looking at getting out of the city in favour of connecting with nature and mind-blowing scenery Highlights include:Penguins at Boulders BeachBreathtaking tour of Cape PointExhilarating drive along the Chapman’s Peak cliff pass. No hidden costsFree pick up from your hotel
Expand your palate and enjoy three wine tastings at the most prestigious, award-winning wine farms(*) of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl. Enjoy wine tasting, cheese tasting and cellar tours all while gaining knowledge about some of the most unique wines in the worldEnjoy a unique ride on the vintage-style Franschhoek Tram, passing through breath-taking views and vineyards - one of the best ways to explore the true beauty of FranschhoekVisit Paarl and its vibrant Afrikaans culture, and the Drakenstein prison, where Nelson Mandela last stayed before being released
The reason why we are in the industry is because we what to share our wine culture in South Africa. Taking you on a trip from where it started and to where are currently one of the most beautiful wine routes in the world.
This walk takes you off the beaten path, to all the spots that Muizenbergers love. Your host is Coleen, a local who has lived here for over 30 years. She knows the curious little shops that come and go, its studios and eateries intimately, but she'll also guide you to all the iconic sights this humble village has to offer. With a love of theatre, her passion for people-watching, storytelling and quirky anecdotes, she will keep you entertained and informed on this “local is lekker” walkabout. What’s not to love about the locals who have decorated the heart of the village with murals and mosaics, or the bakery, so tiny you could miss it, but boasting the best sourdough bread baked with age-old techniques and our famous “truck eating bridge” that is almost as iconic as the mountain and the beachfront. So, step into the shoes of a seasoned local, and enjoy a relaxed seaside stroll with some interesting facts and insights!
This is a must do tour, when in Cape Town!! This trip takes you along the amazing coastal drive besides the 2 oceans that border the Cape peninsula; The Atlantic Ocean on the eastern side and the Indian Ocean to the west. Visit the South western tip of Africa at the Cape of Good Hope, dubbed 'Cape of Storms" by Portuguese Bartholomew Dias in 1488. Take the Cape Point tram to the lighthouse or an optional 20 minute hike. Get up - and - close the African penguins in their sanctuary at Boulders Penguin Beach and take pictures with the penguins.
Get intrigued by physically walking into the facts of our rich history and experience first hand the memories of some communities that are no longer in existence. From the Bo-Kaap colourful houses to the historical Langa and District Six vibrant communities, its an unforgettable half day experience that has the potential to change your life.
Walk the streets of Woodstock/Salt River with a local tour guide and discover over 100 beautiful street art pieces from world-renowned local and international artists. During the tour, our audio local guide will tell you to look beyond the wall and see the impact of public art on the community, on the kids, on the artists.Public art, street art and murals have a direct impact on creating jobs for artists, tour guides, little shops, and an even more powerful indirect impact. It creates a safer and cleaner neighbourhood and more cohesion and inclusion among the residents. Because behind each wall there is an educational message, it opens debates and learning about world issues. Meet at a coffee shop run by old orphans, walk around the Salt River/ Woodstock neighbourhood - a short 10 minutes drive from Cape Town city centre - and meet with locals and learn about the Cape Malay culture specific to Cape Town ( and rich in history)
A journey through revolutionary struggle in Cape Town. Written by journalist and activist Gael Reagan, and produced by Iain Harris, the Revolution Route is infused with performance poetry and original music. It explores stories and characters of resistance to oppression, from the Khoekhoe resistance to colonial invasion, through the apartheid struggle where figures like Mandela, Kgosana, Biko and Haron feature strongly.The Route was written by Gael Reagan, who was a journalist for underground newspaper Grass Routes in the late 1980s, covering the revolution as it took place. In the 1990s she covered the Truth and Reconciliation Commission for SABC TV, and in the 2000s, she was the arts editor for Cape Town daily newspaper the Cape Times. She is presently working as a freelance journalist.