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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.
We will enjoy views of spectacular landscapes, rugged mountain ranges and gently sloping hills of wheat and canola fields that look a bit like mid-ocean swell waves. We stop above Sir Lowry’s pass for a photo opportunity and striking sights of False Bay lying below.Our expedition continues through the beautiful green, gold and brown citrus orchards of the overberg, stopping at a Farm stall for some refreshments. We proceed with our trip through Caledon, the seventh oldest town in South Africa, agricultural hub of the Overberg area and known for the iron-rich hot springs.Our tour will lead us to The Cape Agulhas Lighthouse that has stood for over 150 years as a maritime chaperone over the notorious 'Cape of Storms', at the most southern tip of Africa. This official meeting point of the Indian Ocean and Atlantic Ocean is also the point of convergence of the Mozambique and Benguela currents.We'll also visit the Shipwreck museum in Bredasdorp and the African penguins at Stony Point
We drive towards signal Hill, then after proceed to Chapman's Peak embarking on the 9 km route with its 114 curves, climbing steeply up to Chapman's Point. The drive offers stunning panoramic views of the sandy bays below, ocean and mountains. we'll have a stopover for photo opportunities and a moment to take in the breathtaking scenery.Afterwards, we head to Boulders Beach, to see the world famous African Penguins Colony.Later on, we proceed to Cape Point to experience breathtaking views, serene beaches and historic landmarks. We'll also get an opportunity to hop on the Flying Dutchman Funicular for a 3 minute ride to the lighthouse. On our way out we check out the Cape of Good Hope and possibly do a short hike to enjoy a bird's eye view of Cape Point.From Cape Point we visit St James beach where we'll have a chance to see the multi-colored changing huts and spend some time at the beach.The tour ends with a signature wine experience in the heart of South Africa's Wine lands.
We drive towards Chapman's Peak embarking on the 9 km route with its 114 curves, climbing steeply up to Chapman's Point. The drive offers stunning panoramic views of the sandy bays below, ocean and mountains. we'll have a stopover for photo opportunities and a moment to take in the breathtaking scenery.Afterwards, we head to Boulders Beach, an attraction nestled between Simon's Town and Cape Point. Here we visit the world famous African Penguins Colony.Later on, we proceed to Cape Point to experience breathtaking views, serene beaches and historic landmarks. We'll also get an opportunity to hop on the Flying Dutchman Funicular for a 3 minute ride to the lighthouse. On our way out we check out the Cape of Good Hope and possibly do a short hike to enjoy a bird's eye view of Cape Point.From Cape Point we visit St James beach where we'll have a chance to see the multi-colored changing huts and spend some time at the beach.
Franschoek ,Established originally by 176 French Huguenot refugees in 1688 and one of the oldest town in South Africa , now known as the culinary capital of South Africa having some of the best restaurants in the country including one of the top 50 in the world. The Huguenot Monument is dedicated to the cultural influence of the first French settlers and today their influence is still found in the wide variety of boutique wineries.Originally called Elephants Corner.First reconnaissance done by Simon van der Stel in 1687 and later called French Corner and finally Franschhoek due to the first 176 French Huguenots who had settled in the valley in 1688 Initially and grew to 201 by 1692. By 1700 over a million vine plants had been planted in the valley. Now home to famous wine estates in Franschoek.The Huguenot Monument is dedicated to the cultural, skills and craftsmanship of these early pioneers .Today Franschoek is known as the culinary capital of S. Africa with the finest restaurants.
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.
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.
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.
See the best of South Africa's famed Garden Route on this 6-day adventure from Cape Town. Visit rugged Cape Agulhas, sip local beer and wine, hike in the gorgeous Tsitsikamma National Park, float through Wilderness National Park in a canoe and soak in the sun on the beautiful beaches of the southern coast. Top it all off with a safari at Addo Elephant National Park.
Get up close to a variety of shark species without fear on this shark cage diving trip from Cape Town. Your guides take you out onto the water to find the best shark-spotting conditions depending on the season and conditions. No experience is required and the small group size ensures great viewing opportunities.
TABLE MOUNTAIN AND ROBBEN ISLAND TOURThis tour is weather permitted.Your trip to Cape Town is not complete without a trip up Table Mountain as well as a ferry ride to Robben Island. This tour includes 3 of the big 7 must see attractions in Cape Town: Table Mountain, V&A Waterfrontand Robben Island.
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.
Founded in 1679 by the then govender of the Cape Colony Simon Van Der Stel on the banks of The Eerste Rivier. During 1690 French Huguenot viticultural refugees settled in Stellenbosch and immediately planted grapes in the fertile valleys around Stellenbosch making it the centre of the South African Wine Industry. Stellenbosch has the largest number of wine estates in the Western Cape and created what is known as the Stellenbosch wine route. Establish in 1971 by Frans Malan from Simonsig , Spatz Sperling from Delheim and Neil Joubert from Spier Wine Estate. Stellenbosch is also a leading university town with roughly 29,000 students per year..Stellenbosch has arguably the best wine estates in the country if not certainly the largest variety with 173 magnificent wine estates. We do 4 various wine tours in Stellenbosch and cherry pick simply the very best of the best.
Perhaps one of the most seductive coastlines in the world stretching over 300 kilometers from Mossel Bay to the Storms River, the sheer range of topography, vegetation, wildlife and outdoor activities is simply incomparable from picturesque lagoons and lakes, rolling hills to the awesome Outeniqua and Tsislkamma mountains added to the mildest climate in S. Africa offering all year round activities such as hiking and eco - tourism with an abundance of over 300 species of bird life to be found in a variety of habitats ranging from fynbos to forest to wetlands.Our Garden Route Tour encompasses a visit to Cape L` Agulhas, the southern most point of the African continent and Waenhuiskrans, The cango Caves, Highgate Ostrich Farm,Herolds Wine Estate
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!
We visit and see every important tourist attraction that Cape Town has to offer literally in one day, ideal and especially for tourists with time constraintsWarm water proof clothing in winter is a must though even in the middle of summer it can get very cold on top of Table Mountain and suntan lotion is recommended.
We only use experienced mature accredited tour guidesWe only do private toursWe provide extraordinary attention to detail while remaining interestingWe only use new quality vehiclesWe do not charge extra for tours that over run their allocated timesWe go that extra mile by providing little extra`s like late night shopping for food, medicine or necessities free of charge within reasonWe try and build up enduring friendships where possible
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.
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)