Cape Point & Winelands
Full Day Tour
Indicative Prices are Per Person
|Number of Participants||Priced from|
|1 pax||ZAR 3 620|
|2 pax||ZAR 2 170|
|3 – 5 pax||ZAR 1 755|
|6 – 9 pax||ZAR 1 605|
|10 – 15 pax||ZAR 1 425|
|16 – 20 pax||ZAR 1 345|
|21 – 27 pax||ZAR 1 250|
|28 – 37 pax||ZAR 1 200|
|38 – 42 pax||ZAR 1 155|
This full day tour explores the scenic beauty of Cape Town. You start the tour with a boat cruise to Seal Island and a short visit to the Hout Bay craft market. Travelling through Chapman’s Peak drive with its breath-taking views you arrive at Cape Point Nature reserve where you take the funicular to the viewing point. After some time at Cape Point your next stop is Boulders Beach to see the famous Penguin colony.
There are plenty of restaurants to choose from for lunch (for your own account).
After lunch you depart for the Cape Winelands and visit the Historic town of Stellenbosch and one of the renowned wine estates for a wine tasting and return to your hotel in the late afternoon.
Located in Cape Town, South Africa, Nauticat Charters Seal Island Boat Trip offers visitors a lovely experience. Open to the public 365 days a year, Nauticat Charters provides daily cruises to the seal colony situated just off the coast of Hout Bay. Here, visitors can enjoy spectacular views of the seals and other marine wildlife in their natural habitat. The boat features a full cash bar and glass viewing windows below deck. The Nauticat is the largest of the ships that do this cruise, and it requires a minimum of 20 people to go out on a trip.
Chapman’s Peak Drive winds it way between Noordhoek and Hout Bay. Situated on the Atlantic Coast, at the south-western tip of South Africa, it is one of the most spectacular marine drives anywhere in the world. The 9km route, with its 114 curves, skirts the rocky coastline of Chapman’s Peak. The drive offers stunning 180° views with many areas along the route where you can stop and take in the scenery or sit down for a relaxing picnic.
Cape Point is a spectacular sight, covered in endemic fynbos and home to breath-taking bays, beaches and rolling green hills and valleys, just 60km outside of Cape Town. Cape Point falls within the Cape Floral Region, a World Heritage Site. The Cape Floral Region is one of the richest areas for plants in the world – it is home to nearly 20% of Africa’s flora. Cape Point is open daily and is a must-see.
The Boulders Visitor Centre is home to the famous colony of Jackass Penguins, so called for their hilarious braying call. This is a truly special experience and Table Mountain National Park staff are knowledgeable and offer guided tours. After you have fallen in love with the penguins head to the secluded Boulders Beach and take a swim in the comparatively warm waters of the False Bay.
The recorded history of Stellenbosch goes back to 1679, when it was discovered by the Cape’s first governor, Simon van der Stel, who earmarked it as a fertile valley ideal for agriculture and coined its name (a Dutch derivative of ‘van der Stel’s bush’). Along with Constantia, Stellenbosch was one of the earliest wine regions in the country, and to this day, continues to produce a kaleidoscopic range of fine wines. Historical tours of the town take in it many well-preserved old buildings, some constructed as early as the 18th century.
Tokara is a picture perfect destination which offers visitors a unique combination of award-winning wines, brandy and olive oils, a gallery of fine art, a restaurant featuring one of South Africa’s leading chefs as well as a delicatessen. The winery, on the R310 outside Stellenbosch, is nestled among vineyards and olive groves on the crest of the Helshoogte Pass with sweeping views across False Bay and all the way to Table Mountain.
Tokara prides itself on making wines that are site specific. Even though vineyards were initially planted on the southern slopes of the Simonsberg Mountain at the Stellenbosch property, two other farms, Highlands in the Elgin district and Siberia in the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley near Hermanus, were additionally acquired. In doing so Tokara is able to produce wines which express the distinct characteristics of these three prime wine producing regions.
|Vehicle & Fuel||International & Domestic Flights|
|Driver / Guide||Travel Insurance (essential)|
|Entry Fees||Visa if Required|
|Wine Tastings||Items of a personal nature, gratuities, curios|
|Park & River Usage Fees|
|Immunization, inoculation & Medication|
|All services, meals & drinks not specified above|
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