Full Day Tour
Indicative Prices are Per Person
|Number of Participants||Priced from|
|1 pax||ZAR 3 100|
|2 pax||ZAR 1 650|
|3 – 5 pax||ZAR 1 235|
|6 – 9 pax||ZAR 1 120|
|10 – 15 pax||ZAR 960|
|16 – 20 pax||ZAR 895|
|21 – 27 pax||ZAR 800|
|28 – 37 pax||ZAR 755|
|38 – 42 pax||ZAR 715|
Your first stop is in the old town of Paarl where you enjoy a wine tasting at the renowned KWV Wine Emporium. Next you visit the French Huguenot town of Franschhoek with a its bustling main street, lined with restaurants, book stores and fine chocolate shops. You are free to have lunch at any of the restaurants in Franschhoek. Next you enjoy another wine tasting at one of the Stellenbosch wine estates before heading into the town of Stellenbosch where you’ll have some free time to do shopping before returning to your hotel in the late afternoon.
One of the Western Cape’s premier wine regions, Paarl is home to a number of well-respected wine producers, including KWV, Laborie, Nederburg, Fairview and Plaisir de Merle.
Situated in the heart of Paarl, KWV has something for every guest. The KWV Sensorium is a perfect union of South African art and the fine art of wine making. Guests can drink in the beauty of their collection of modern South African art venue as they taste some of their finest wines and brandies.
Idyllically situated in the Cape Winelands, this peaceful country retreat is one of the oldest towns in South Africa. The once sleepy little village was named Franschhoek, meaning ‘French Corner’ as it was founded by French Huguenots. The fertile valley of Franschhoek boasts a rich heritage showcased at the fascinating Huguenot Memorial Museum and the Cape Dutch architecture in much of the village remains remarkably well preserved. Visitors can explore the area’s many world-class wine estates and impressive range of excellent restaurants or simply browse the quaint, upmarket boutiques strewn along the town’s lovely tree-lined avenues.
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.
Stellenbosch Wine Region
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.
|Vehicle & Fuel||International & Domestic Flights|
|Driver / Guide||Travel Insurance (essential)|
|2 Wine Tastings||Visa if Required|
|Items of a personal nature, gratuities, curios|
|Park & River Usage Fees|
|Immunization, inoculation & Medication|
|All services, meals & drinks not specified above|
T’s & C’s Apply