Cape Town tours2018-08-02T13:27:21+00:00

CAPE TOWN TOURS

Wild Life Safari Tour including Private Transfer To and From Aquila Reserve

Highlights

• Enjoy a wildlife safari from Cape Town during this private tour
• Search for ‘Big 5’ animals like rhinos, lions, leopards, elephants and buffalo
• Observe other safari animals like giraffes, hippos and cheetahs
• Stop by a winery on the return trip for a tasting and cheese pairing
• Private guide ensures personalized attention and service

Overview

Trade the urban jungle of Cape Town for a safari amidst real wild animals during this 9-hour private safari excursion. Travel by private vehicle to a game reserve to search for ‘Big 5’ animals like rhinos, lions, leopards, elephants and buffalo, plus other creatures like giraffes, hippos and cheetahs, observing these majestic creatures in their natural habitat. On the way home, stop by a winery for a tasting and cheese pairing. A private guide, breakfast and lunch, entrance fees, wine tasting and round-trip hotel transport are covered.

What to Expect

You will be collected from your centrally located hotel in Cape Town. You will be transferred to the game reserve in a private Vehicle, with a private qualified accredited tour guide, but when you reach the game reserve you will join other people in a 4×4 open Safari truck. Your tour will include transfers to and from the game reserve, game drive in a 4×4 open truck, full buffet breakfast, full buffet lunch (Halaal friendly with vegetarian options). Please note that if you prefer to be in your own 4×4 truck on the safari game drive, this can be arranged at an additional cost. Please advise us upon making the booking so that we can check availability of a private 4×4 truck.

On your way back to Cape Town, the route is flexible. Should you want to taste some really top cheese paired with some top wines, which are produced in the region. You guide will be more than happy to stop at one or two wineries on our way back to Cape Town, for this marvelous experience.

Price From R4 500.00 pp

Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl Wine Tasting Private Tour from Cape Town

Highlights

• Full-day private wine tour to Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl wine regions from Cape Town
• Travel with a private guide, passionate about the New World wines of South Africa
• Tour four prestigious wine estates including Fairview and Boschendal
• Sample fortified wine, chocolate, cheese and, of course, South African wine varieties like PintotageOverview
Sample some of South Africa’s best-known wines in the lands where they’re grown during a private tour of Paarl, Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. From Cape Town you’ll head for the Cape Winelands region to visit four different wineries. During each stop, learn about how the combination of climate, soil and grape varietals create the unique wines for which South Africa is known throughout the world. Taste wines, fortified wines, cheese and chocolate on this decadent private tour.

What to Expect

Begin your day with pickup at your Cape Town hotel in a luxury vehicle and head straight for the famous Stellenbosch wine region. The climate is akin to the Mediterranean, a longtime wine-growing region.
The first stop on your tour is the Muratie wine estate, a local favorite with lots of rustic charm, where you’ll start with something sweet. At Muratie, sample dessert wine and locally-made chocolate.
Next, head for the nearby Paarl wine region to visit the Fairview Wine Estate for a cellar tour and wine tasting session. Along with the winery’s well-known white wines, nibble on delicious cheeses.
Stop for lunch in Franschhoek, a eight kilometers away, internationally famous for its gourmet dining options. Get recommendations from your private guide for where to get something to eat (own expense) from the many restaurants and cafes in the pretty town.
After your lunch break, visit the La Motte or Haute Cabriere wine estate outside Franschhoek in the Helderberg Mountains. Take in the splendid views from the winery while you taste their wines and learn how growing wine grapes in the mountains differs from growing them down in the valley.
The final winery visit of the day is at Boschendal, one of the oldest wine estates in the country, dating back to the 1600s. From the outside, the winery may look traditional and old-fashioned, but when you see the cellars you’ll notice they are state-of-the-art. Enjoy your tour’s last wine tasting among the barrels in the cellar before getting back into your vehicle for the relaxing drive back to Cape Town. Arrive in the early evening.

Price From R1 150.00pp

Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point from Cape Town

Highlights
• Explore the Cape Peninsula, including the Cape of Good Hope, on this flexible private tour
• Relax during the road trip aboard your private vehicle, complete with onboard Wi-Fi
• Pick from among sights like the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve and the penguin colony at Boulders Beach
• Private, South African flag-badge tourist guide ensures personalized service and expert knowledge.
Overview
take a leisurely exploration of the amazing scenery and fascinating wildlife of the Cape Peninsula on this flexible-length private tour. Travel by private vehicle, complete with onboard Wi-Fi. Among the sights is a wine tasting at Cape Point Vineyards, a visit to the penguins of Boulders Beach, or a visit to the beautiful Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. A private guide, national park fees, private vehicle and round-trip hotel transport are covered.
Price From R2 000.00

Long Walk to Freedom Private Tour in Cape Town Including Robben Island

Highlights
• Full-day Walk to Freedom private tour from Cape Town
• Explore the colorful Malay quarter of Bo-Kaap
• Learn more about the apartheid regime at the District Six Museum
• Take a guided tour of Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned
• Ideal tour for first-time visitors to Cape Town or those short on time
• This private tour can be customized to your interests and ensures you’ll receive personalized attention from your guide
Overview
Take a walk through history in South Africa’s political capital on this full-day private tour of Cape Town. Discover the city’s multi-cultural heritage with a visit to Bo-Kaap, learn more about the apartheid regime at the District Six Museum, and take a tour of Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for many years. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
What to Expect
Your tour begins with pickup from your Cape Town hotel in time for an 8.30am departure. Travelling by private vehicle, set out to explore the historic city, as your guide offers an introduction to Cape Town’s history, including the apartheid regime, the Mass Democratic Movement’s campaigns, and the long road to freedom.
Stroll around the former township of Bo-Kaap, or the ‘Malay quarter’, with its brightly painted houses and picturesque cobbled lanes, and learn about Cape Town’s Muslim community. Along the way, stop to admire the Auwal Mosque, the oldest mosque in the Southern Hemisphere.
Continue to Zonnebloem, the area formerly known as District Six, where over 60,000 residents were forcibly removed during the apartheid regime. Accompanied by your guide, spend time visiting the District Six Museum, as you uncover the truth about the city’s dark past and honour those affected.
The final stop of the day is Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 18 years before the fall of apartheid. Take a ferry over to the island from the V&A Waterfront and on arrival, join one of the guided bus tours to explore the island’s historic sites, now protected as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
During the tour, learn about the island’s former leper colony and see the graveyard of those who died, then visit the army bunkers and the Maximum Security Prison, where thousands of South Africa’s freedom fighters were incarcerated for years. Along the way, step inside Nelson Mandela’s cell; tour the Lime Quarry and Bluestone quarry, where prisoners were put to work; and see Robert Sobukwe’s house. On return to the V& A Waterfront, your driver will be waiting to take you back to your hotel.
Price From R3 000.00 pp

Whale Watching and Hermanus Wine Route: Private Guided Day Tour from Cape Town

Highlights
• 10-hour private trip to Hermanus from Cape Town
• Go on a 2-3 hour whale-watching boat trip from Hermanus
• Visit 2 wine estates for wine tastings (included) and lunch (own expense)
• See a colony of African penguins at Stoney PointOverview

Spend a day whale watching and wine tasting on this private 10-hour trip to Hermanus from Cape Town. See migrating Southern Right Whales off the coast of Hermanus from June through mid-December. Sample some of the local wines at two estates.

What to Expect

Explore the gorgeous coastal scenery and wildlife of South Africa’s Cape Whale Route with a private 10-hour day trip from Cape Town to Hermanus. Enjoy round-trip transportation for you and your family in a luxury vehicle with your own knowledgeable guide.

Travel to the seaside community of Hermanus, world-famous for its excellent whale watching. Embark on a 2-3 hour boat trip to look for Southern Right Whales, which mate and give birth in this area each year. Marvel at the size of these majestic whales, which often come close to the boats and can even be seen from land. Enjoy light refreshments aboard the boat.

Stop at two wine estates en route back to Cape Town for wine tastings and/or lunch (own expense). Choose the estates you’d like to visit, with Newton-Johnson Family Vineyards and Creation Wines among the options.

Check out the colony of African penguins at Stoney Point. Learn about these unique birds. Return to Cape Town via scenic Route 44 and get dropped off at your accommodation.

Price From R2 500.00pp

Shark Cage Diving in Gansbaai Private Shuttle from CPT Included

Highlights
• Full-day Walk to Freedom private tour from Cape Town
• Explore the colourful Malay quarter of Bo-Kaap
• Learn more about the apartheid regime at the District Six Museum
• Take a guided tour of Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned
• Ideal tour for first-time visitors to Cape Town or those short on time
• This private tour can be customized to your interests and ensures you’ll receive personalized attention from your guide.
Overview
Take a walk through history in South Africa’s political capital on this full-day private tour of Cape Town. Discover the city’s multi-cultural heritage with a visit to Bo-Kaap, learn more about the apartheid regime at the District Six Museum, and take a tour of Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for many years. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.What to Expect
Your tour begins with pickup from your Cape Town hotel in time for an 8.30am departure. Traveling by private vehicle, set out to explore the historic city, as your guide offers an introduction to Cape Town’s history, including the apartheid regime, the Mass Democratic Movement’s campaigns, and the long road to freedom.
Stroll around the former township of Bo-Kaap, or the ‘Malay quarter’, with its brightly painted houses and picturesque cobbled lanes, and learn about Cape Town’s Muslim community. Along the way, stop to admire the Auwal Mosque, the oldest mosque in the Southern Hemisphere.
Continue to Zonnebloem, the area formerly known as District Six, where over 60,000 residents were forcibly removed during the apartheid regime. Accompanied by your guide, spend time visiting the District Six Museum, as you uncover the truth about the city’s dark past and honor those affected.
The final stop of the day is Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 18 years before the fall of apartheid. Take a ferry over to the island from the V&A Waterfront and on arrival, join one of the guided bus tours to explore the island’s historic sites, now protected as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
During the tour, learn about the island’s former leper colony and see the graveyard of those who died, then visit the army bunkers and the Maximum Security Prison, where thousands of South Africa’s freedom fighters were incarcerated for years. Along the way, step inside Nelson Mandela’s cell; tour the Lime Quarry and Bluestone quarry, where prisoners were put to work; and see Robert Sobukwe’s house.On return to the V&A Waterfront, your driver will be waiting to take you back to your hotel.Price From R3 000.00 pp